Asheboro Police Department
Chief Jody P. Williams
Welcome to the City of Asheboro Police Department’s Website. The dedicated men and women of the Asheboro Police Department and myself are committed to serving the public and providing the community with a professional organization that is built on a foundation of strong character with Honor, Integrity, and Service.
It is our vision as the Chief of Police for the City of Asheboro, and the dedicated men and women of the Asheboro Police Department, to serve the public and provide our community with a professional organization that is built on a foundation of strong character with Honor, Integrity, and Service.
It is the mission of the Asheboro Police Department to work together with the community, and develop relationships in order to enhance the quality of life for all and to provide each individual with a professional police service; and to do so with honor and integrity.
Honor, Integrity, Service.
The Asheboro Police Department consists of 74 sworn officers and 8 civilian employees working together in three separate fields of operation to maintain an environment in which our citizens, workers, and visitors feel safe.
The Asheboro Police Department is comprised of three separate fields of operation: Administrative Operations, Support Operations, and Field Operations.
Administrative Operations- Includes the Chief of Police and the Administrative Staff. Their responsibilities include the day-to-day operations of the agency, recruitment and hiring of personnel, training, equipment, and policies and procedures that ensure that the citizens of Asheboro are provided a professional service.
Support Operations- These teams supplement all Operations and consist of Special Services; Park Rangers, School Resource Officers, D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), Police Reserves, Evidence, and Animal Control.
Field Operations - The backbone of our department is Field Operations which consist of; Uniformed Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Traffic Enforcement/Accident Team, the Community Resource Team (CRT). Vice/Narcotics Investigations, and the Special Enforcement Team (SET).