Bail Bonds in San Bernardino County
Bondsman Serving San Bernardino
If someone you care about has been arrested and jailed by a San Bernardino County Sheriff Deputy or San Bernardino Police officer, let our professional and knowledgeable bail bondsmen help you. We understand the jail system in San Bernardino County and have years of experience posting bail bonds for San Bernardino. If you’re in need of a bail amount, jail location or arrestee booking information, Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds, 24/7 at 1-877-861-3761. we can help. A licensed bondsman will begin working on the bail bond right away to initiate your loved one’s release from jail as quickly as possible.
The Bail Process
If you’re simply in need of the bail amount, jail location or booking information, we can help.
When you call us, we may ask for information such as the inmates complete name, date of birth and when they were arrested. This will help us begin the bail process. Our professional agents will take the time to explain the bail bond application process to you. We offer an easy to understand application which can be handled quickly by email or fax in just a few short minutes. See our frequently asked bail questions (FAQs) page for additional bail bond information.
Booking and Release Information
It can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours for the jail to process, photograph, fingerprint and ultimately, “book” an inmate into the system. While the jail will not take a bond until the inmate is booked, we can start the bail process right away. Most bonds can be posted at San Bernardino County jails 24 hours a day.
With our diverse network of agents, it’s quick and easy to have a bond posted at any jail. We can have a licensed bondsman meet with you directly at your home, work or the jail within 30 minutes. Alternatively, we can process most bonds by email or fax. It’s all up to you.
Booking and Release Information
We realize it’s tough to be patient during times like these, however, it’s important to know that it can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours to photograph, fingerprint and ultimately process an inmate into the computer system once arrested. The San Bernardino correctional facilities can house inmates and arrestees on the daily average of approximately 5,600. The four San Bernardino County main jails are: West Valley Detention Center, Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center, Central Detention Center and Adelanto Detention Center.
If an inmate is jailed at one of the other smaller jail facilities or stations in San Bernardino County, they will likely eventually be transferred to the West Valley Detention Center Jail if they are not quickly bailed out or released. Other jail facilities throughout the county are typically used for short term housing only. We always recommend bailing someone out of jail while they are still housed at one of the smaller facilities for a much faster release time. Most bail bonds can be posted at San Bernardino County jails 24 hours a day, however, some inmates may have to remain in jail until their case has been settled in court.
The Bail Process
When you’re in need of a bail bond for any one of the jails or detention centers in San Bernardino County we are here to help you. When you call us, we may ask a few of the following questions which will help us to begin the bail process. If you’re unsure of this information, that’s okay too. We can always assist in finding the information for you. Information that may be helpful to us in helping you as quickly as possible includes:
- What is the first, middle and last name of the defendant?
- What is their booking number and date of birth?
- What day and time were they arrested?
- What jail in San Bernardino County are they being held in?
- What is their bail amount?
- Have they gone to court, if so, when?
Bail Bond Costs and Payment
In San Bernardino County, as in most states including California, the legally mandated cost of a bail bond is 10%. This rate is the non-negotiable percentage calculated from the total amount of the bail. By example, should the bail amount be set at $25,000, the fee will be $2,500. Our company offers several bail bond payment options to assist you. There are never any additional finance charges, extra fees or taxes for a bail bond. We always accept cash, and all major credit cards.
San Bernardino Bail Bonds
When you’re in search for a bail bond company in San Bernardino County, let us be your number one trusted resource. Our knowledgeable, professional bondsmen are adept at handling all California jails and will work with you and for you.
When you’re ready to post a bail bonds in the San Bernardino County Jails, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds 24/7 at toll-free, nation wide 1-877-861-3761 and get released from jail today.
San Bernardino Bail Bonds Service for:
- San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department
- Chino Hills
- Grand Terrace
- Rancho Cucamonga
- San Bernardino
- San Bernardino Police Department
- West Valley Detention Center
- And All San Bernardino Jails