The Sheriff is responsible for enforcing warrants, both civil and criminal, received from all Victorian and interstate courts. This includes warrants for non-payment of fines registered as enforcement orders and non-payment of fines imposed by a magistrate following an appearance in court.
If you have an outstanding infringement warrant, the Sheriff (or a sheriff's officer) can do any of the following upon direction from the Infringements Court:
Sheriff's officers have powers to help them exercise their enforcement duties. They have the power to: