Daytona Beach, FL – Volusia County residents with outstanding non-violent warrants are being given a chance to clear up past troubles. On August 4, the Daytona Beach Police Department (DBPD) is partnering with local clergy, the Daytona Beach chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the Florida 7th Circuit State Attorney’s Office, and the Florida 7th Circuit Public Defender’s Office to offer Operation Safe Surrender. This one-day event will be held on August 4, 2021 (Wednesday) from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Master’s Domain Church of God in Christ in Daytona Beach (511 Fremont Avenue). Members of the clergy and representatives from the judicial system will welcome and process individuals with outstanding warrants issued in Volusia County. DBPD Chief Jakari Young says that there will be all necessary staff on hand to walk you through the process. "We’ll have judges, assistant public defenders, clerks, assistant state attorneys, and all other staff necessary to resolve your case on the spot." Volusia County Public Defender Matt Metz said the event is the best way to resolve outstanding non-violent warrants and those who show up for the event will receive extra consideration to help resolve the case. "This is not an amnesty program. You’re not going to be allowed to go just because you showed up. You’re much more likely to walk away from this event than if you were arrested while taking your kids to school or walking your dog." DBPD was the first law enforcement agency in Florida to offer Operation Safe Surrender in 2010.