The Warrants Officer is primarily responsible for contacting citizens who have outstanding warrants and making arrests on those warrants. The warrants officer also co-ordinates with other agencies to set up warrant round-up projects. In addition, the warrants officer serves as the bailiff for Municipal Court on a daily basis and performs prisoner transfers as needed. Prisoner transfers can be local or statewide. Listed below are some of the duties of the warrants officer:
- Serve as bailiff for Municipal Court on a daily basis;
- Performs prisoner transfers as needed;
- Contacts citizens with outstanding warrants and makes arrests as needed;
- Assists with setting up warrant round up projects;
- Prepares written reports as required.