Superior, WI (NNCNOW.com) --- Throughout the month of March, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office and the Superior Police will be actively seeking and arresting those with outstanding warrants. Authorities are advising Superior residents to check the Capias Warrants, Arrest & Bench Warrants, and Commitment Warrants webpage to see if you, family members or friends have active warrants. According to the Superior Police Department, the goal of this public announcement is to gain volunatry compliance and to help people avoid getting arrested by taking care of the warrant before March. Once the enforcement phase begins in March, authorities say the likelihood of being arrested for the outstanding warrants increases. The Superior Police Department will also begin posting photos of the most wanted from the warrant list and seek tips from the public on their whereabouts. For more information on these active warrants and how you can avoid being arrested, log onto any of the following links: Superior Police Department Website Superior Police Department Facebook Page Anonymous Web Tips Page Capias Warrants, Arrest & Bench Warrants, and Commitment Warrants webpage Superior Police Department Tipline: 715-395-7468 Anonymous Texting Tips: Text keyword "spdtip" and your tip to 847411 Or use the SPDTip smart phone app Posted to the web by Krista Burns