Warrants / Transportation Division

Since Sheriff Walton assumed office in 2009

the Warrants/Transports Division has taken many steps to grow and become more efficient with additions such as computer programs and a reporting system to track warrants and evaluate the officers’ and staff’s performance individually. The result is a division which manages a warrant database of over 10,000 active warrants and served 2696 warrants in 2019.
The Warrants/Transports Division coordinates placing holds on offenders in and out of state as well as transports the inmates to the detention facility. The Transport Division averages 10-15 transports a week with some as far as Alaska. The Transport Division also transports inmates sentenced to DOC from the detention facility to DOC’s intake facility.

Questions?

Questions or concerns can be directed to the Warrants Division

The Warrants Division cannot and will not give any information pertaining to an inmates transport date or the status of a transport.