The Warrants Administrative Unit is comprised of two areas: Administration and the Crime Information Center.
Administrative Area: This area is made up of the Warrants Office Supervisor and eight civilian members that are responsible for specific functions. Such functions include arranging inmate transportation to and from Florida, as well as arranging transportation within the state of Florida on subjects arrested on Polk County charges. Additional duties and functions of this area include entering and maintaining Domestic Relations Depository warrants; Juvenile Pick-Up Orders; entering, confirming, validating, and removing warrants from the FCIC/NCIC system. This area is also responsible for the entry and maintenance of Probable Cause Arrest entries into FCIC/NCIC.
Crime Information Center: This area is the former Telecommunications Teletype Unit. This area also reports to the Warrants Office Supervisor and is comprised of four teams. Each team has a Team Leader and three CIC Specialists working rotating 12-hour shifts to ensure 24-hour service. Duties include, but are not limited to entering: stolen guns, stolen articles, stolen tags, stolen vehicles, stolen vessels, impounded vehicles, impounded vessels, impounded aircraft, and missing persons. In addition, CIC Specialists compose and enter BOLOs, complete FCIC/NCIC wanted inquires, as well as DL and vehicle registrations checks.