Warrants Unit

The uniform deputies assigned to the warrants unit have the responsibility of serving all enforceable writs and warrants which include:

  • Baker Act(mental health) and Marchman Act(substance abuse) Orders
  • Writs of Possession
  • Writs of Replevin
  • Service of Temporary and Final Injunctions for Protection
  • Ex-parte orders of commitment
  • Levies
  • Locating and arresting wanted subjects on outstanding warrants.

 

The Warrants unit averages:

  • 100 wanted persons arrested per month
  • 430 civil process (includes evictions, injunctions, ex-parties, levies, etc.) served per month

The Warrants/Civil Unit is responsible for receiving, processing, maintaining active files, and serving or executing all judicial process received by the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. The unit carries out the responsibility of the Sheriff, per Florida State Statue, and by due diligent search will attempt to execute each process.

Each step in the civil process procedure is extremely important and we work diligently to ensure that all laws have been adhered to throughout the process.

The Sheriff is allowed under Florida Statute 30.231 to charge a “reasonable fee” for the service of process. Any extended civil standby may require an off duty Deputy and can be scheduled with our off- duty coordinator. Please check with the Civil Process staff in advance if this is an issue.

Clerks Office

Contact Us

Records Department
(850) 606-3317
Records Email:
lcso_public_records@leoncountyfl.gov
Records Fax: (850) 606-3326
Records Director - Karen Bodiford

Leon County Sheriff's Office
2825 Municipal Way
Tallahassee, FL 32304
Main: (850) 606-3300 - Map

Leon County Detention Center
535 Appleyard Dr.
Tallahassee, FL 32304
(850) 606-3500 - Map

Leon County Sheriff
Warrants & Civil Division
313 S Calhoun St.
Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 606-3450 - Map

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