Crime Stoppers of Asheville and Buncombe County


The Asheville-Buncombe Crime Stoppers Board of Directors consists of various members appointed by City Council, Buncombe County Commissioners, Merchants Association and the board itself. The term of office is three years. The board reviews crimes and sets awards for information leading to the arrest and conviction of felony crime offenders and fugitives.

Visit  Crime Stoppers  for more information.

 


Regular Scheduled Meetings

 

The board meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. in the Sheriff’s Office at 60 Court Plaza – Floor 4. The normal length of the meeting is one to two hours.

 

Member contact:  Mike Fisher  (Chairman)

 


Updated 10/17/2019

 

 

 

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