Bail Bonds in Fresno
Immediate Bondsman HelpWe know how overwhelming the whole bail bonds process can be Tonya Page Bail Bonds works with the bail bonds process everyday and we would be happy to help it go smoothly for you. When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, one of our agents will be able to answer all of your questions.
We can even get the process started right over the phone. To make it more convenient, we can complete all of the necessary paperwork by phone, fax, and email or in person at your home or work or the jail.
Paying for a bail bond can be hard for many people. Regulated by the California Department of Insurance, the cost is 10% of the full bail amount. That is why we accept all major credit cards. In many cases, we can even work
out a payment plan and also offer a no-collateral bail bond.
Call us now so we can get you started with bail bonds in Fresno. The bail bonds process can be confusing, but we are here to help walk you through it every step of the way. A professional bondsman is available at 1-877-861-3761.
Arrest & BookingIf you're loved one has been arrested in Fresno, they will likely be taken to the Fresno County Jail for the booking process. This includes fingerprinting, photographs, and a background and warrant checks. Depending on how much traffic is coming through the jail when they are arrested, the booking process could take anywhere between 2 to 4 hours to complete. However, we can get the bail process started immediately.
Once the booking process is complete, you will be able to post bail and have them released. Again, once bail is posted, it can still take up to 4 hours for them to be released, depending on how busy the jail is.
Fresno Police Department
Fresno Police Department
2323 Mariposa St.
Fresno, CA 93721
Located in the Central San Joaquin Valley, the city of Fresno is the leading center for financial, industrial, trade and commercial capital. The Fresno Police Department has faced many challenges in recent years due to the economy, cuts in state and federal funding, and prisoner releases. The entire structure has been altered to better serve the community.
Since 2001, the city of Fresno has experienced a 32% decrease in the number of violent crimes, thanks to the strong efforts of the Fresno Police Department. The men and women of the Fresno Police Department work hard to serve and protect the city's residents, with fast response times and aggressive crime fighting. The main goal of the department is preventing crime in the community and reducing the number of traffic collisions with high visibility patrols and proactive enforcement efforts. The police conduct investigations, identify trends, and deploy resources that are needed to ensure public safety.
The Fresno Police Department builds strong community partnerships through programs like Crime Stoppers, "Bringing Broken Neighborhoods Back to Life," Neighborhood Watch, Police Activities League, Citizens on Patrol, Citizens Police Academies, Chief's Advisory Board, and the Mayor's Gang Prevention Initiative.If a friend or family member has found themselves on the wrong side of the law and taken to jail, it is important to work quickly so they can be released as soon as possible. If they are not bailed out, they will end up sitting in jail until the entire court case has been resolved. By calling a bondsman at 877-BAIL BOND, our staff can get to work quickly and post bail in Fresno 24-hours a day.