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Mission - The City of Asheville Police Department is dedicated to providing public safety and maintaining order; enforcing the laws of North Carolina, upholding the United States Constitution and enhancing national security. The City of Asheville is committed to supporting a safe city with safe neighborhoods.
About the Department - The Asheville Police Department is made up of 241 sworn and non-sworn men and women. The department also utilizes the strengths, experiences and specialties of more than 150 volunteers. The Asheville Police Department is a nationally accredited police department through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
Guiding Principles - The Asheville Police Department will achieve its mission by committing to excellence through:
- Integrity - Honesty, compassion, trust, and accountability. Police officers have the courage to do what is morally, ethically, and legally right regardless of risk.
- Fairness - The Police Department will treat everyone impartially without favoritism or bias.
- Respect - The Police Department will treat everyone with dignity and courtesy without prejudice.
- Professionalism - The Police Department will deliver quality services through cooperation, open communication and a commitment to continuous improvement.
Notice of Hearing
Noise Ordinance Appeals Board
ASHEVILLE - Notice is hereby given that complaints as it pertains to the Noise Ordinance have been taken to the Noise Ordinance Appeals Board in the following case:
1. Virginia Ritter of 44 Walton Street and Keith Blakely of 40 Walton Street have submitted a Noise Ordinance Violation Complaint Form listing excessive noise from barking dogs at the residence of Andrea McKinney of 32 Scott Street in violation of the City of Asheville Noise Ordinance.
This case will be heard at a regular meeting of the Noise Ordinance Appeals Board on June 27, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. in the Conference Room of the Chief of Police located on the 3rd floor of the Municipal Building/Police Department. All persons with disabilities that need auxiliary aid should contact the ADA Coordinator at 259-5800, TTY number 259-5548, at least 72 hours prior to the public hearing.
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Asheville Police Department
Location: 100 Court Plaza, Asheville, NC, 28801
Mailing: P.O. Box 7148, Asheville, NC 28802
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday
Non-emergency: (828) 252-1110
Chief’s Office: (828) 259-5855
Chief's email: email@example.com