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Asheville Police Department

Sign up now for Asheville Citizens Police Academy

Sign up now for Asheville Citizens Police Academy

The Asheville Police Department invites residents to apply for the fall semester of its Citizens Police Academy. This free program gives participants insight into the philosophy and policies that govern the APD’s service to the community.   The class is designed to give residents an appreciation for the problems and challenges facing law enforcement, as well

Asheville media offered opportunity to cover rapid deployment training

Asheville media offered opportunity to cover rapid deployment training

From 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. August 3, media representatives are invited to attend rapid deployment training. The training, which has involved the Asheville Police Department, Asheville Fire Department and Buncombe County Emergency Medical Services, will take place at the Career Technical Education building beside Asheville High School (419 McDowell St., Asheville). There will be opportunity

Asheville Police Department releases crime statistics snapshot

Asheville Police Department releases crime statistics snapshot

In fiscal year 2015-2016, the Asheville Police Department responded to 116,977 calls for service, resulting in 10,550 police reports and 4,920 arrests. Take a look at this snapshot of APD at work. Our officers participated in 10,842 hours of training, including training in body-worn cameras, rapid deployment, crisis intervention and implicit bias. Fiscal year 2015-2016


Asheville Police, Fire Department officers to participate in Carolina Brotherhood Ride

Asheville Police, Fire Department officers to participate in Carolina Brotherhood Ride

Firefighters and police officers from North and South Carolina will cycle approximately 460 miles in five days to pay tribute to fallen brothers and sisters from the Carolinas. Riders will head out on July 25 from Columbia, S.C., and will end their journey on July 29 Raleigh. Several Asheville Firefighters and Asheville Police Officers are

Asheville Police Department update on officer-involved shooting

Asheville Police Department update on officer-involved shooting

  In an effort to continue sharing information regarding the July 2, 2016, officer-involved shooting in Deaverview Apartments, the Asheville Police Department would like to inform citizens of the current status of the investigation.   The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation continues to investigate the incident.   The SBI has control over Mr. Williams’



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