Bail Bonds for Central Detention Center Jail 

Bondsman for San Bernardino County Jails

We know that when it comes to bail bonds companies for the Central Detention Center and Jail, there are many to consider. Always discuss your options with your bondsman to determine what's best for you and your family. Make sure to only deal with a licensed, reputable bail bonds agent who will explain any fees and charges prior to asking you to sign a bail contract.

Rest assured, we have been in the industry for many years and understand the Central Detention Center jail system very well. When you’re ready to obtain bail bonds for the Central Detention Center Jail, we’re ready to assist you. A caring, professional bondsman will guide you through the bail bond process, start working on the bond quickly, and will have your family member or friend out of jail and back at home very soon. Call for CDC bail bonds 24/7 at 1-877-861-3761.

Central Detention Center Jail Information

Central Detention Center
630 East Rialto Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: 909-384-9059

The Central Detention Center Jail, also known as the “CDC,” was first opened in 1971. However, due to a lack in budget, was forced to close at one time and reopened in 1994. Upon the reopening in 1994, the jail was used to house federal inmates. Currently, the jail houses approximately 330 federal inmates and approximately 600 county inmates. The CDC also encompasses a Juvenile Intervention program for “at risk” youth. 

To speak to a licensed bail bondsman about a Central Jail bail bond or any other bail bonds in the state of California, call now at 1-877-861-3761.

The Booking Process

It’s important to know that this occurrence can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours to book (process, photograph and fingerprint) an inmate. Bail cannot be posted until they have been completely updated and entered into the system. However, we can often get the bail bond process started right away.

We always recommend posting bail for an arrestee as soon as possible for a much faster release time. To prepare for the bail bond process, it is important to gather as much information as possible, such as the defendant’s full name, social security number, location, crime that is said to have been committed and the set bond. Once the defendant is booked and this information is relayed to us, we can post the bail bond shortly.

If you have questions or would like to obtain bail bonds for Central Detention Center Jail, contact us immediately at our toll-free number, 1-877-861-3761.

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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."

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