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BUNCOMBE COUNTY JAIL Address

Buncombe County Jail
20 DAVIDSON DRIVE
ASHEVILLE, NC
28801

BUNCOMBE COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 442
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 137
Total Staff Salaries: $5,683,541

Phone:(828) 250-4550

Buncombe County Sheriff's Office

Welcome to the official Facebook site of the Buncombe County Sheriffs Office. Through the use of this site we hope to enhance the information exchange between the sheriffs office and the citizens we serve. In keeping with Sheriff Van Duncan's continued commitment to transparency in government it is our goal to build community partnerships and create community support through an open and direct exchange of information.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, May 21st, 2017 at 2:15am
Car Seat Safety Public Service Announcement

The Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office, Safe Kids Western North Carolina and buckleupnc.org would like everyone to watch this important public safety announcement regarding car seat safety for children.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyOCAuAO0_0&feature=youtu.be
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 19th, 2017 at 3:29am
ATTORNEY GENERAL JOSH STEIN SCAM ALERT

Veterans: Dial Carefully to Avoid This Scam

This telephone scam exploits the Veterans Choice Program, a government initiative that allows some vets to use health care providers outside the VA system. The program has a toll-free telephone number that vets and their families can use to check their eligibility. Crooks have set up a telephone number that is almost identical, which they are publicizing in a letter to veterans.

Vets who call the fake number are told they are entitled to a rebate if they provide a credit card number. There’s no rebate, but charges will be made against the credit card account. The family of a North Carolina veteran received the letter and contacted our office about this scam. Fortunately they did not fall for it.

Scammers commonly utilize look-alikes (logos and fonts that are similar to those used by real companies, agencies, and charities) and sound-alikes (names that are similar to the real thing) to trick us. In this instance, the “hook” is a telephone number that is very close to the actual number.

Don’t let scammers claim a victory at your expense. If you are a vet, or you are helping a vet access health care, remember:
Dial carefully. The REAL Veterans Choice Program number is 866-606-8198.

Hang up. Not sure you are on the line with the actual Veterans
Choice Program? Hang up and start over.

Be skeptical. No government agency, including the VA, will ask for your personal financial account information in this way. If the person on the phone does, they may not be who they say they are.

If you are contacted by a scammer, report it to the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division by calling 1-877-5-NO-SCAM or by filing a complaint online.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Thursday, May 18th, 2017 at 2:36am
REMINDER--Community Oriented Problem Solving (COPS) Team Meeting, Tomorrow, May 18th at 6:00 pm at the Beech Community Center

This morning the COPS team assigned to the Weaverville area for the past 30 day presented their findings to the Sheriff’s Office Command Staff. The team will be holding a community meeting tomorrow, Thursday, May 18th, at the Beech Community Center, located at 15 Sugar Cove Road in Weaverville at 6:00 pm. The purpose of the meeting is to share the Community Oriented Problem Solving (COPS) team’s findings with the Weaverville community. The COPS team has been in the Weaverville area for the past 30 days identifying key issues by speaking with community leaders and residents in an effort to address any quality of life issues they have.

Members of the Sheriff’s Office Command Staff and the COPS team will be in attendance to share the team’s findings. Each COPS Team works in a particular community for 30 days, identifying key issues, speaking with community leaders and residents in the community, creating an action plan, and then presenting their findings and suggestions to the community at the end of the 30 day period.

The COPS team look forward to meeting with members of the Weaverville community tomorrow, May 18th at 6:00 pm at the Beech Community Center.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 6:04am
Asheville-Citizen Times coverage of Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office and Buncombe County Anti-Crime Task Force Swannanoa Narcotics Bust

http://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/crime/2017/05/16/deputies-arrest-4-after-swannanoa-narcotics-bust/324496001/
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 1:00am
Brevard College Presents Recognition Plaque to the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office

Senior Psychology and Criminal Justice major, Danielle Foran, recently presented a recognition plaque to Chief Deputy Terry Rogers of the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office. The honor was presented on behalf of the Criminal Justice Program at Brevard College for the Sheriff’s Office hosting Danielle as an intern with Dr. Sherry Baldwin this semester. Danielle's mother traveled to the awards program at Brevard College from her home in Connecticut, and toured the Sheriff’s Office with Danielle during her visit. Danielle shadowed members of the COPS Team, Family Justice Center, Communications, Superior Court and Detention, in addition to her counseling and Peer Support work with Dr. Baldwin this semester.

The Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office has enjoys a valuable relationship with the Criminal Justice Program at Brevard College. Dr. Timothy Powers, the Director of the Criminal Justice Program at Brevard College, often brings students to visit various programs at the Sheriff’s Office and assigns interns like Danielle for rotations at our agency.