Imigration and Customs
Carroll County Coalition
Sgt. Jim Fisher - 410-386-2255
Corporal Rex Scott - 410-386-2597
Ms. Debbie Reda, Administrative Assistant - 410-386-2224
Ms. Carol Amoss, Administrative Assistant - 410-386-2611
The Warrant Unit locates and arrests individuals in Carroll County wanted on arrest warrants. Responsibilities include maintaining criminal histories, conducting fugitive investigations, entry and removal of warrants in various databases as well as the storage and maintenance of criminal files. Members of the Warrant Section maintain liaison and working relationships with federal, state, and local authorities, and investigate the whereabouts, and locate wanted persons in other states and returns them pursuant to extradition procedures to stand trial for their crimes. Members also search for fugitives locally who are wanted in other jurisdictions throughout the country.
The Warrant Unit receives an average of 100 new arrest warrants from the Circuit and District Courts each month. In addition, the Warrant Unit is responsible for administering the Carroll's Most Wanted Program in cooperation with the Carroll County Times, and Mount Airy Gazette.
Child Support Unit
The Child Support Unit works in cooperation with the State of Maryland, the Maryland State Bureau of Support Enforcement for the Department of Social Services, the Child Support Division of the States Attorney’s Office, and the Master of the Carroll County Circuit Court. This unit is responsible for the execution of all child support arrest warrants and body attachments, serving child support summonses, subpoenas, and administrative actions issued by the Bureau of Support Enforcement. Weekly, the Child Support Unit submits suspect information for Carroll’s Most Wanted, which is published in the Carroll County Times and the Mt. Airy Gazette. The unit maintains the Carroll County Child Support Budget and compiles the Annual State of Maryland Cooperative Reimbursement Agreement Grant, as well as detailed monthly and quarterly reports required by the State. The unit is responsible for Circuit Court back payment issues and exchange of monies to the fiscal unit of the Bureau of Support Enforcement. Through ongoing investigative procedures, this unit brings closure to issues involving the innocent children supported in these cases.