Reformer in chief: Hooper on policing in Asheville

Reformer in chief: Hooper on policing in Asheville

Volume
23
/ Issue
11

Cover Design Credit:

Norn Cutson

Cover Photography Credit:

Able Allen
The most pivotal law enforcement figure in Asheville is relative newcomer Tammy Hooper, chief of the city’s police department. Xpress recently sat down with Hooper for an extended interview about her role as leader, the state of the department and police-community relations.

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