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The Warrant Unit is divided into two separate but closely functioning departments. The warrant office is responsible for the entering and maintaining of all warrants issued in Will County. This includes not only warrants generated by the Sheriff's Department but all police departments within the boundaries of Will County. These warrants include ordinance violations, traffic offenses, misdemeanors, felonies, and any other court issued offenses. The warrant office enters all warrants into the state and nationwide computer systems and as such is responsible for the information provided. In addition, the warrant office maintains records regarding quashed, expired, and executed warrants.

The Fugitive Warrants Unit consists of four deputies and one sergeant assigned to apprehending subjects with warrants in Will County.  The Fugitive Warrants Unit conducts fugitive investigations in an effort to locate and apprehend wanted persons.  They work with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to make apprehensions.  The unit works in both an overt and covert capacity, utilizing open source information as well as confidential sources, and provides anonymity to people providing information to locate a wanted subject. 

To search through all of the active warrants issued in Will County, please visit

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