San Bernardino County is geographically the largest county in the nation and as a result, deputies often need to travel long distances to a courthouse in order to seek approval of search and/or arrest warrants. To reduce the travel-time it takes to request such warrants and the strain it has on deputy resources already stretched thin, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors recently approved a pilot program for expansion of the County’s Remote Electronic Warrants program. The program is in alignment with recent legislation which allows law enforcement officers to seek approval of search and arrest warrants remotely, without having to physically travel to a courthouse and will extend the San Bernardino Superior Court’s Electronic On-Call Warrants program. The Electronic On-Call Warrants program provides electronic processing of all warrant types and all probable cause declarations during non-court hours. Judicial review is provided by a standard browser application that can run on an iPad, or other mobile device. Judges can be notified of a warrant for processing by telephone, text message, or e-mail. The basic goals of the program is to free judges from being tied to their fax machines during on-call warrant duty; provide a fast efficient means for law enforcement to submit warrant requests, and to maintain a complete record of approved warrants/probable cause declarations and their processing, in an efficient manner. The pilot program expansion of the Electronic On-Call Warrants program is conservatively estimated to save deputies more than 150,000 miles per year traveling to and from the courthouse, while also improving public safety by allowing Deputies to remain in the field, serving the public.