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Henderson County Jail
“375 1ST AVE., EAST”


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 180
Inmate Capacity: 190
Year Constructed: 2001
Full-Time Staff: 40
Total Staff Salaries: $2,040,800

Phone:(828) 697-4955

Henderson County, NC Offense Statistics
Violent Crime109
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter0
Rape (revised and legacy definition)22
Aggravated Assault65
Property Crime1,005
Motor Vehicle Theft100
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina

This is the official Facebook page of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office (Henderson County, NC). This page exists to provide access to information about the Sheriff’s Office and provide a platform for interaction with the HCSO according to the guidelines outlined herewith. Posting on this page constitutes acceptance of these terms.• In case of emergency, please call 911. • Do not use this page to report a crime. To report a crime, please call (828) 697-4911. • If you post information related to a crime on this page, you may be publicly identifying yourself as a witness. In some instances this may result in a subpoena or possibly endanger yourself or others. • “Friending” or “following” of a citizen by an employee of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office does not indicate an endorsement of that citizen’s actions or comments. • Comments posted by others on this page are not to be considered the opinion of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office; nor does the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office endorse any third party commenters on this page. • The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office assumes no liability for any action or inaction regarding transmissions, communications or content provided by users of this page and other third parties. • The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office reserves the right to remove and/or block anyone who posts inappropriate material as determined by the Agency and to edit or delete any content posted on this page that is deemed inappropriate by the agency. • This page is not intended to be used for addressing questions, complaints or any other requests. If you wish to correspond on any of these subjects, please contact the appropriate division. If you are looking for more information about the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office, please visit www.hendersonsheriff.orgThis agency social media site serves as a limited public forum and all content published is subject to monitoring. User-generated posts may be rejected or removed (if possible) when the content:• is off-subject or out of context • contains obscenity or material that appeals to the prurient interest • contains personal identifying information or sensitive personal information • contains offensive terms that target protected classes • is threatening, harassing or discriminatory • incites or promotes violence or illegal activities • contains information that reasonably could compromise individual or public safety • advertises or promotes a commercial product or service, or any entity or individual • promotes or endorses political campaigns or candidates
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North CarolinaMonday, August 21st, 2017 at 9:32am
School Bus Safety Tips:

• Always arrive at the bus stop at least 5 minutes early.
• While the bus is approaching make sure to stand at least three giant steps away from the curb, wait until the bus has come to a complete stop, the door opens, and the bus driver says that it’s OK to board.
• Always walk on the sidewalk when preparing to cross the street near a bus. Make eye contact with the driver so that you are sure he or she sees you.
• Never walk behind the bus.
• If you are walking beside the bus, walk at least three giant steps away.
• Use the handrail when entering and exiting the bus. Take extra precautions to make sure that clothing with drawstrings and book bags do not get caught in the hand rail or door.
• Never stop to pick something up that you have dropped when a bus is stopped. Tell the bus driver or wait until the bus has driven off to avoid not being seen by the driver.
• In times of low visibility, students need to wear clothes that can be easily seen (bright colors, neon, NOT black, etc.).

If you are planning for your children to walk or bike to school, go over tips before their first journey and consider walking or biking with them on their first day:
• While walking, remember to always travel with a friend. Two heads are better than one, especially if there’s an emergency.
• A stranger is anyone you or your parents don’t know well.
• You or your friend must never take candy, money, medicine or anything else from a stranger.
• If a stranger in a car asks you questions, don’t get close to the car (you could get pulled in) and never get in the car.
• Don’t tell anyone your name or address when you’re walking and don’t think that because someone knows your name that they know you; they may just be looking at your name printed on your lunch box, school bag or T-shirt.
• If you think you’re in any danger, yell, and run to the nearest store or “safe house” or back to school.
• Always tell your parents or teacher if a stranger has approached you.
• Never walk or bike while texting or talking on the phone.
• Don’t walk with headphones on. Make sure you are alert to your surroundings.
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North CarolinaSunday, August 20th, 2017 at 8:34am
The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office encourages parents to sign up for Nixle Emergency Text Alerts. Not only do we use this system to share information on missing persons, evacuation notices and wanted suspects, but also on school lockdowns and threats that could affect school campuses.
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina added 4 new photos — with Don Dessenberger.Sunday, August 20th, 2017 at 3:38am
The results are in! Almost 300 people came through Mills River Park during yesterday's Document Shred & Pill Collection event. This resulted in 82.01 pounds of medications being collected and taken out of homes - less chances of accidental poisoning and abuse/theft! 6,500 pounds of documents were shredded reducing residents' chance of falling victim to identity theft!

Thank you to our deputies and staff and our partners Triad Henderson County, Hope Rx, Henderson County, Local Government Federal Credit Union and the Town of Mills River!

Most importantly, thank you to the community members who attended and are taking charge of their personal safety and making Henderson County a safer place!
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North CarolinaSaturday, August 19th, 2017 at 4:59am
We had a wonderful document shred & pill collection event with Triad Henderson County, Hope Rx, Henderson County in Mills River. Thanks to everyone who came out!
Check out our Facebook events for the next pill collection events or bring your unused medications to the Sheriff's Office lobby Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina added 5 new photos.Saturday, August 19th, 2017 at 2:46am
Proud of our employees and VIPs Henderson County Sheriff's Office Volunteers in Partnership - VIP who volunteer their time at Camp GLOW and in the community! Between this and STAR Camp, our youth have great opportunities to learn how to stay drug free throughout the summer.

Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North Carolina
Henderson County Sheriff's Office, Hendersonville North CarolinaFriday, August 18th, 2017 at 12:00pm
Upcoming Pill Drop Events

The Henderson County Sheriff's Office along with Triad Henderson County, Hope Rx, Henderson County and other community partners are continuing to offer FREE Document Shred and Drug Take Back Days in 2017 across Henderson County.

Mills River – Town Center
Friday, August 18 from 10:00am to 1:00pm
124 Town Center Drive, Mills River
Sponsors: Local Government Federal Credit Union, Town of Mills River, Hope Rx, TRIAD, HCSO
*Document Shred & Drug Take Back

Blue Ridge Community College
Thursday, September 21 from 9:00am to 12:00pm
180 W. Campus Drive, Flat Rock
4th Annual Aging in Place Conference
*Drug Take Back Only

Etowah – United Community Bank
Friday, September 22 from 10:00am to 1:00pm
United Community Bank - Etowah Branch located at 50 United Bank Drive, Etowah
Sponsors: United Community Bank, Hope Rx, TRIAD, HCSO
*Document Shred & Drug Take Back

Flat Rock – Town Hall
Saturday, October 14 from 10:00am to 12:00pm
Flat Rock Village Town Hall located at 110 Village Center Drive, Flat Rock
Sponsors: The Village of Flat Rock
*Document Shred & Drug Take Back

Downtown - Henderson County Sheriff’s Office
Saturday, October 28 from 10:00am to 2:00pm
National Pill Take Back
Sponsors: HCSO, Hope Rx, Wingate Pharmacy
*Drug Take Back Only

The public is always welcome to bring their unused/expired medications to the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office lobby located at 100 North Grove Street during regular business hours (Monday-Friday 8am-5pm).

Prescription pills, capsules, ointments, vitamins, liquids in their original containers, inhalers and patches are accepted. Radioactive chemotherapy medications and sharps/needles/EpiPens cannot be accepted.

Over 5,414 pounds of medication have been collected and destroyed since Sheriff Charles McDonald implemented the drug disposal program in 2013. The Sheriff’s Office provides citizens with this free, environmentally safe, and convenient way to dispose of medications from their homes, reducing the possibility of accidental or intentional misuse or theft.

View the Events tab for more information about upcoming pill drop events!