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The Columbia Police Department is asking for your assistance in locating the criminal suspects located within its CPD Most Wanted page(s).  All suspects are to be considered armed and dangerous.  If you have seen any of these individuals, please contact your local law enforcement immediately.  Do not attempt to apprehend or detain any of these individuals by yourself.


Click the above logo to view the CPD's Most Wanted

WARRANT TEAM MISSION STATEMENT


It is the mission of the Warrant Team to safely and aggressively target and seek out violent and dangerous offenders and career criminals who are wanted. The intended outcome of this effort is to increase public safety by locating and apprehending such violent fugitives. Like other law enforcement operations teamwork is essential to fugitive apprehension. The team frequently assists and works alongside the U.S. Marshals Service, FBI, Secret Service, ICE, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, other local agencies as well as units within the Columbia Police Department. The success of the Warrant Team is not possible without support and information from the public. The Warrant Team’s mission also includes the entering, updating, and archiving, of all warrants and summons.

Warrant Team Tip Form

 
If you have information on the location of a wanted person and would like to send an anonymous tip, please fill out the form below. All tips will be kept strictly confidential. Information collected in this form is only used to identify and locate wanted persons.
 
About Privacy
The Columbia Police Department considers any information received and available through our Web site as if it were supplied in writing or through an in-person visit to our offices. We would like to clarify what is considered private and confidential in a public and open environment such as ours.

Confidential by Law
We protect against disclosure of all information declared by law to be confidential. This includes:

  • Personal medical records

  • Criminal history records

  • Communications between citizens and law offices


E-Mail
E-mail messages sent to the Columbia Police Department address will be treated the same as any other written communication, and may be subject to public review. E-mail or other information requests sent to departments web site may be maintained in order to:

  • Respond to the request

  • Forward the request to the appropriate agency

  • Communicate updates to the page that may be of interest to you

  • Provide the web designer with valuable customer feedback to improve the Web site

  • E-mail addresses obtained as a result of a request to the Columbia Police Department Web site shall not be sold or distributed to private companies.



 
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