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For the related collectible, see Evidence


An Arrest Warrant is a warrant issued by a judge on behalf of the state, which authorizes the arrest and detention of an individual, or the search and seizure of an individual's property.

In Battlefield Hardline, the Police Scanner allows players to find and mark Criminals in the Singleplayer campaign with existing arrest warrants. If captured, players will receive a chase reward that will go toward their Expert level.

Episode Warrants Video Notes
Prologue
Prologue Warrants.1.jpg
Back to School
Ep 1 Warrants.1.jpg
  • Tap Milstein is also listed as a Warrant despite the fact that he cannot be arrested.
Checking Out
Ep 2 Warrants.jpg
Gator Bait
Ep 3 Warrants.jpg
Case Closed
Ep 4 Warrants.1.jpg
Gauntlet
Ep 5 Warrants.1.jpg
  • N/A
  • Nick Mendoza is listed as a Warrant, but since he is the playable character, he cannot be captured.
Out of Business
Ep 6 Warrants.1.jpg
Glass Houses
Ep 7 Warrants.1.jpg
Sovereign Land
Ep 8 Warrants.1.jpg
Independence Day
Ep 9 Warrants.1.jpg
Legacy
Ep 10 Warrants.1.jpg

Related Achievements and Trophies[]

Image Name Criteria Achievement Points Trophy Type
Watched, Dawg.png Watched, Dawg Identify 10 Warrants with the Police Scanner in Singleplayer 20 Bronze
Bring 'em to Justice.png Bring 'em to Justice Capture all Warrants Alive in Singleplayer 25 Silver

Trivia[]

  • Some Criminals with active Warrants on them have a piece of Evidence that can be collected, including Javier Rosado, Thomas Bell, James Mun, Cameron Briller, Jim Preston, and John Starnes. However, they must first either be arrested or killed before the Evidence can be retrieved.
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