Information about child support warrants and the names of individual offenders with outstanding warrants against them are available from the electronic database of the authorized child support program agency, according to the Arizona Division of Child Support Services and the New York Department of State. Such information is also available from the local county clerk's office.
Child support warrants issued by a judge are available from the official agency that manages the state's child support program, according to the Indiana Department of Child Services. The authority responsible for the administration and enforcement of such warrants may vary from state to state. For example, the Child Support Division of The Office of the Attorney General manages bench warrants for child support evasion in Texas, according to the official website of the Texas Attorney General.
Information about child support warrants in the United States is governed by the Title IV-D Child Support Program mandated by the Federal Social Security Act, which is available at ssa.gov. In the state of New York, the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance is responsible for the filing of a warrant, while the county clerk's office is responsible for the tracking and dissemination of information about the status of these warrants, according to the New York Department of State.