The Fayetteville Police Department Warrant Division serves criminal summons, subpoenas, and warrants issued by the Fayetteville District Court. Approximately 900 warrants are issued each month. The Warrant Division serves approximately 800 warrants each month. This averages to approximately 9,000 warrants and subpoenas each year.
Under normal circumstances, individuals who turn themselves in on an active warrant from the Fayetteville Police Department can be released on a citation without paying any money, as opposed to posting a bond with a bonding company. Individuals released on a citation promise to appear in court at a later date.
The Warrant Division is also responsible for the transport of prisoners arrested on Fayetteville warrants by other agencies. Warrant officers travel thousands of miles each year transporting prisoners.
Inquiries concerning active warrants can be made in person at the police department or you may telephone 479-575-8344. If you have any questions about the Warrant Division you may call 479-575-8343 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.