Bail Bonds in Lincoln
There are times when people may find themselves in a situation that ends with a trip to jail. If your friend or family member is one of those people, you might be feeling a little overwhelmed by the situation. You want to do everything you can to get them out of this as quickly as possible. The first step you should take is to call one of the licensed bondsmen at Tonya Page Bail Bonds.
When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761 or 916-365-9981, a bondsman will be available 24-hours a day to answer your questions and get started on a bail bond for Lincoln.
The Bail ProcessThe bail bond process can be difficult to understand if you’ve never had to deal with it before. The bondsmen at Tonya Page Bail Bonds have the knowledge you need to successfully navigate the bail bonds in Placer County.
Call 1-877-861-3761 or 916-365-9981 as soon as you learn of your loved
one’s arrest and we can get to work.
Our simple paperwork can be completed over the phone or by fax and email. We can also arrange to meet with you at any convenient location. Paying for a bail bond is easy with any major credit card. In many cases, we can make a payment plan with no additional fees. We usually do not require collateral to secure a bond.
You don’t have to handle this situation on your own. We are ready to work with you 24-hours a day. We will make sure that your loved one spends as little time behind bars as possible.
Lincoln Police DepartmentLincoln Police Department
770 7th Street
Lincoln, CA 95648
Lincoln is the fastest growing city in the U.S., its population increasing by 282 percent, from 11,205 in 2000 to 42,819 in 2010. This rapid growth is due to Lincoln being located in the metropolitan area of Sacramento. It is also home to the first casino in the area, Thunder Valley Casino.
The officers in the Lincoln Police Department work together with community members in order to ensure the safety and well-being of those in the city. There are 14 patrol officers, five sergeants, three corporals, one lieutenant and two detectives working within the department.
The Department is separated into three divisions: Administrative, Operations, and Support. The Administrative Division is made up of the Officer of the Chief of Police and is responsible for running the entire Department’s operations.
Operations Division is made up of three units: Patrol, Investigations, and Youth Services. Each unit is directly responsible for enforcing local and state laws, investigating criminal activity, and ensuring public safety.
Support Services include Communications, Records, Citizen Volunteers, Crime Analysis, Animal Control, Property and Evidence, and Professional Standards and Training.
Arrest & BookingIf someone is arrested in Lincoln, they will be taken to the Placer County Jail for booking. The process will include fingerprinting, photographs, a background check and warrant search will be done. The arrestee will have access to a phone so that they can call someone for help, like family, friends, a lawyer or a bondsman.
They will be searched for drugs and weapons, and all personal belongings will be collected and held until they’re released. Bail will be set according to the Placer County bail schedule. The more severe the crime, or if the defendant is a repeat offender, the higher the bail will be. Booking could take several hours to complete, and when it is the defendant may post bail for their release.
For bail bonds in Lincoln, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761. When you call a friendly bondsman will get started on your bail bond for Lincoln right away. You can also call us locally at 916-365-9981.
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