Scottsdale PD to host Domestic Violence compliance days

The Scottsdale city court and Scottsdale Police Department announce the 2015 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Warrant Round-up for the month of October.

The Scottsdale city court is offering two days for those who have Domestic Violence warrants in the city of Scottsdale to quash their warrants and get back on track with their court cases.

1021Ns News (DV Month)These dates are Monday, Oct. 19, and Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Scottsdale city court hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m.daily. The Scottsdale Police Department urges those individuals with active Scottsdale city warrants related to Domestic Violence offenses to turn themselves in to the Scottsdale city court on those dates.

After Oct. 21, the Scottsdale Police Department’s Domestic Violence unit with assistance from the Scottsdale Police HEAT unit, Gang Investigation Unit and Maricopa County Adult Probation will be joining in the search for individuals with outstanding warrants.

Once the 2015 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Warrant Round-up commences, members of the police department will actively seek out those individuals on the warrant list.

The Scottsdale police advise that arrests can take place at any location, including the defendant’s home, school or workplace.

Individuals with outstanding Domestic Violence related warrants are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the warrant squashing days, as  warrants will be strictly enforced during the Warrant Round-up period.

Scottsdale police urge individuals with warrants to resolve their cases to avoid being apprehended.

Any questions related to this event can be directed to the Scottsdale Police Domestic Violence unit at 480-312-5000 or the Scottsdale city court at 480-312-2442.

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