The High-Risk Enforcement Action Team (HEAT) of the Integrated Criminal Investigation Division is responsible for executing warrants within the Halifax Regional Municipality as well as other areas, and facilitates requests for locating people from other agencies.
Every week, HEAT selects a person with outstanding warrants whom police have been unable to locate. Each Wednesday, their photos and details related to their outstanding warrants will be shared online. Whether these people turn themselves in, or police receive information on their whereabouts from the public, the goal is to locate and arrest each person who has been featured.
If a person turns themselves in or is located by police, their photo and information will be removed from this page and any other online site belonging to Halifax Regional Police.
What should I do if I see someone from the Wanted Wednesday List?
Do not approach them.
If you see or have information regarding the people profiled as part of Wanted Wednesday, contact police at 902.490.5016 (Halifax Regional Police) or 902. 244.7208 (Halifax District RCMP). Anonymous tips can be sent to Crime Stoppers by calling toll-free 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submitting a secure web tip.
Wanted Wednesday list
Halifax Regional Police is providing the following photos and information to the public in order to assist police in locating these individuals. When a candidate addresses their warrant, their photos and information are removed from Halifax Regional Police's online sites.
The list will be kept for a three-month period. The first Monday in each quarter, the candidates who remain on the list will be removed whether or not their warrants have been addressed with the expection of the previous week's candidate. Exceptions to this process may be made at the HEAT Unit's discretion. Candidates featured on the list may be added to a future list.
This list will be updated each Wednesday, when a person has been located and/or at the beginning of each quarter. You can also stay tuned to the Halifax Regional Police Facebook or Twitter accounts, RCMP Facebook or Twitter accounts, or #WantedWednesdayHfx
As of December 13 2018, 75 of 101 people profiled have had their warrants addressed.