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Warrant Information

If you are wanted on an outstanding Sheriff’s warrant and wish to turn yourself in, please contact the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Warrant Division at 402-599-2633 or 402-599-2634 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Monday through Friday (excluding government holidays) or 911 after the Warrant Division hours. 

If you are wanted on an outstanding warrant and wish to turn yourself in, please contact the Warrant Divison at 402-599-2633. Information may also be forwarded by email to Sgt. Brian Parizek.

You may also inquire if there is a bond and the amount of the bond so you can have the money available when you turn yourself in.  Having bond available when you turn yourself in will generally shorten the length of time you are in custody.

 

NOTE:  Cash only – checks and credit cards are not accepted.

 

You may also turn yourself in at the listed locations:

 

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office

  • Law Enforcement Center, 3601 North 156th St.  – 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
  • Court Services Bureau, 1616 Leavenworth St. 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM M-F excluding government holidays.  

Omaha Police Department:

  • Central Station -  505 South 15th St. (15th and Howard) - 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
  • Southeast Precinct – 2475 Deer Park Blvd (25th and Vinton) - 9am to 5pm M-F Closed Holidays
  • Southwest Precinct – 9864 M St. (98th and M Streets) - 9am to 5pm M-F Closed Holidays
  • Northeast Precinct – 4316 North 30th St. (30th and Taylor) - 9am to 5pm M-F Closed Holidays
  • Northwest Precinct – ( 10245 Wiesman Dr.  ( 103rd St. north of Fort St.) - 9am to 5pm M-F Closed Holidays

Do NOT turn yourself in at the Douglas County Department of Corrections, 710 So. 17th St.

This list is for informational purposes only.  Citizens should not attempt to physically apprehend any individual. Contact law enforcement with information including addresses, phone numbers and vehicle description including license number for those persons you know to have active warrants on file. 

All warrants must be confirmed for validity by authorized law enforcement personnel and should not be acted upon based only on the website listing.