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One-stop portal: Press releases, graphics and documents related to APD excessive use of force investigation in one place

One-stop portal: Press releases, graphics and documents related to APD excessive use of force investigation in one place

The City of Asheville has gathered all press releases, graphics and documents related to the former Asheville Police officer excessive use of force investigation into this portal on the City of Asheville website. See the links below for complete information. More information will be added as it becomes available.   Open letter from Asheville City


Asheville City Council votes to support City Manager’s release of personnel information related to APD investigation

Asheville City Council votes to support City Manager’s release of personnel information related to APD investigation

Asheville City Council held a special called meeting March 5, 2018, in which the Council went into closed session to consult with the City Attorney about the Aug. 24, 2017, use of force incident involving former Asheville Police Senior Officer Chris Hickman.   This incident follows the March 1, 2018, media release of body-worn video

Asheville Police Professional Standards Report shows dramatic decrease in use of force

Asheville Police Professional Standards Report shows dramatic decrease in use of force

  The Asheville Police Department has released its 2017 Professional Standards annual report.  The Professional Standards report is released yearly to provide a comprehensive picture of the Asheville Police Department’s performance. The report analyzes the department’s vehicle pursuits, use of force, assaults on officers, bias-based policing and administrative investigations for calendar year 2017.   “One of the


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


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