Bail Bonds for Ukiah

Finding out that a friend or family member has been arrested in Ukiah can be an unwelcome surprise. You want to find a way to get them released from jail as soon as possible but the bail process can be confusing to anyone that doesn't deal with it very often. 

When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds, a bondsman can help you through the entire process, explain the simple steps and let you know what to expect along the way.

When you call, we will need to ask a few questions in order to start the bail bond process. This information is helpful, but if you don't have all of it, don't worry -- as professional bondsmen, we can still help.

 We will ask for:

  • The defendant's full legal name
  • Date of birth
  • List of charges and arresting agency (or generally, why the individual was arrested and where)
  • Bail amount

Having this information ready when you call will help the process go much faster, but we can work with any information you have available.

When you call 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman will give you complete information for bail bonds for Ukiah and answer all of your questions 24-hours a day. 

Ukiah Police Department

Ukiah Police Department
300 Seminary Ave.
Ukiah, CA 95482
Phone: 707-463-6242

The City of Ukiah is the hub of Mendocino County. Incorporated in 1876, Ukiah is located about 100 miles north of San Francisco, along the northern coast of California. It was once ranked number one among California's best small towns to live in and sixth in the United States.

The town's population is more than 16,000 residents spread across the nearly five square mile city. Ukiah is well-known for its wine production and is home to some of the most prestigious wine labels in the country.The Ukiah Police Department is responsible for providing a variety of law enforcement services to the community. There are currently 32 sworn officers in the Department as well as 10 civilian employees. There is a staff of Reserve Officers to help support personnel.

Twenty-two of the sworn officers are assigned to uniform patrol division. The main priority of patrol officers is to respond to service calls in the community and provide proactive law enforcement. There are specialty assignments within the division, such as Traffic Officer, Field Training Officer, SWAT and a Cadet Program Manager. Along with duties of responding to community calls, officers conduct initial investigations of crimes, deaths, and accidents as well as make arrests, issue criminal and traffic citations and transport prisoners.

When a person is arrested in Ukiah, they will be transported to the Mendocino County Jail. They will be booked into the system, be fingerprinted and photographed, and a background check and warrant search will be done. During booking, a bail amount will be set. Once booking is complete, the defendant may be bailed out by a friend, family member or licensed bail bondsman.

Paying for a Bail Bond

In California, the cost of a bail bond is set by the Department of Insurance. The fee is equal to 10% of the total bail amount. That means that, if a person's bail is set at $15,000, the cost of a bail bond is $1,500. This fee may not be negotiated and no additional fees or taxes are added to the cost.

We understand that a bail bond is an unexpected expense, and that it can be difficult for many people to be able to afford it. That is why we accept payments made by credit card. Payment plans are also available to qualifying clients. In most cases, we will not require any collateral to secure a bond.

This is a stressful time for you, and we want to help ease the stress you are facing. Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761 and we can get to work immediately so they will spend as little time in jail as possible.

 

More Mendocino Bail Bonds Information

Updated:  08/04/2011

 
Tonya Page, Bail Bondsman


Bondsman-Owner


1-877-224-5266
Free Bail Bond Information, Anytime
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"I wanted to let you know what excellent service your agents provided my daughter and myself. They were kind and efficient and made a very distressful situation a little easier to deal with. From the time I contacted your office (at 5:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning), until Mark was able to post the bond, everyone was professional, yet caring. My daughter was finally released from the Van Nuys jail at 6:15 p.m. During the entire process, Mark communicated and updated me frequently throughout the day. He even called me to make sure that everything had gone smoothly after he posted the bond."

- Natalie in Ventura County

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