No more outstanding warrants or waiting for confirmation that a warrant has already been served.
Due to the latest technology, Harrison County is now part of a new electronic warrant system.
“When it comes to law enforcement, Kentucky is pretty state of the art,” said Detective Paul Olin of the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department.
eWarrants, as it is called, is a relatively new electronic way of issuing warrants. This system is said to eventually do away with old paper warrants that often times get misplaced.