Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office Launches Fugitive Warrant Unit Priority List on PhillySheriff.com

Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office Launches Fugitive Warrant Unit Priority List on PhillySheriff.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ~ January 16th, 2023

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Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office Launches Fugitive Warrant Unit Priority List on PhillySheriff.com


Philadelphia, PA – The Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Rochelle Bilal and the Warrant Unit will announce the release of the Warrant Unit Priority List on its website, PhillySheriff.com. We continue to encourage every Philadelphian to help us get these fugitives out of your homes, off the streets, and safely into custody. 

The Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office has found success responding to tips from the community, as well as coordinating the surrender of fugitives voluntarily. We need the continued support and courage of the community to apprehend these individuals. 

We cannot afford to put law enforcement, fugitives, and their families in harm’s way during operations to bring those who are wanted into custody. The Fugitive Warrant Unit Priority List will make it easier for community members to identify individuals in their friend or family circles who are currently fugitives and bring about an opportunity to avoid danger during the arrest. 

“The Warrant Unit Priority List is part of our community outreach strategy to get fugitives in custody safely, without incident, by encouraging them to turn themselves in. If you know someone who is wanted, let’s continue to provide tips and work together to reduce violence in our community.”

Sheriff Rochelle Bilal.


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About the Office of The Sheriff of Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office wants to ensure that Philadelphia residents can remain in their homes, which is why the Sheriff’s Office supports any programs that help residents. It is important that Philadelphia residents contact the Sheriff’s Office if they believe they have been illegally evicted by someone who was impersonating a Deputy Sheriff. The Sheriff’s Office will also continue to host food giveaways and virtual town halls to answer any questions that residents may have. If there are any questions that a resident may have, they can reach out to the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office at 215-686-3530 or 215-686-3542.

www.PhillySheriff.com

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