- Individuals who have a “failure to pay warrant for your arrest”, or have failed to maintain a payment plan, may be able to qualify for the Amnesty Program scheduled for May 23 – 27, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm, through our Warrant Collections Unit. Learn more about amnesty week
It is the objective of this unit to serve the victims of crime and all citizens of this county, by enforcing and maximizing the collections of court-ordered costs, fines, and restitution in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The never-ending pursuit of achieving the highest level of collections enhances the integrity of the courts, discourages non-compliance by defendants, and assists in restoring victims for the financial loss they suffered as an involuntary participant in the criminal justice system.
Hold defendants accountable and increase the amount of restorative justice experienced by victims of crime through effective collection of fines, costs and victim restitution
Designate the establishment of offender's payment terms as a uniform, administrative process based on the defendant's ability to pay
Improve collections through consistent use of best practices, applied progressively to delinquent balances