An arrest warrant is legal order issued by the Courts that allows officers to arrest someone in relation to criminal proceedings. In the UK, arrest warrants can be issued to suspects and witnesses.
I think there is a warrant out for my arrest
We will not confirm if you are wanted on warrant over the phone. You must attend your local police station and bring some form of identification with you such as a passport, driving licence or birth certificate. You can find your local police police station here.
I did not turn up to court
If you have missed your court date then a warrant will be issued for your arrest. Please go to your local police station as soon as possible to hand yourself in.
I have breached my bail conditions
If you have breached your bail conditions then a warrant may be issued for your arrest. Please go to the police station to discuss this matter further.
I have information about someone wanted on warrant
You can contact us by telephoning 101. You can then pass on all the details so we can take the appropriate action. If you want to remain anonymous you can pass any details through the independent charity Crimestoppers. You can find out more by visiting www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
I am wanted on warrant but I didn’t commit the offence
If you are wanted on warrant please go to your local police station to discuss this matter further. You will be able to speak to officers and give your account of the incident you are wanted for.
How do I know who is wanted in the West Midlands?
We regularly release images of some of the people wanted across the West Midlands, you can see our Wanted Gallery here. If you have any information about any of the individuals featured we'd urge you to contact officers on 101.
Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
- Find out how to contact us or find your local police station here.