Bail Bonds for Central Station
San Bernardino County Bail BondsmanIf you know of someone in need of immediate release from the San Bernardino County Central Station Jail, Tonya Page Bail Bonds understands the dire situation you are in. Know that you can relax; you are in the hands of professional, licensed and very efficient bail bondsman with an outstanding industry service that has been around for decades. We are the experts in obtaining bail bonds for Central Station Jail and throughout San Bernardino County.
We suggest that you call us immediately for assistance with bail bonds for Central Station. We can quickly go through a short series of questions and give you all the answers you need to help you understand all that is involved in the bail process.
An expert bondsman will be able to process everything over the phone, by fax, or email. We also offer to meet you in a location of your choice, whether you’re at home, work or at the jail. Once we have the application completed and bail bonds approval, we’ll dispatch a licensed bondsman to the Central Station jail or sheriff’s department to post bond.
Our phone number for immediate assistance for any San Bernardino County Sheriff's Jail is 877-BAIL-BOND (1-877-224-5266).
Central Station Sheriff Department & Jail Information
Central Station Sheriff's Station
655 East Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Office Hours: M-F 7:00am-5:00pm
The Central Station Sheriff’s Department was first established in 1890. They are acknowledged as the longest standing patrol division within the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department. The Captain of Central Station is Gerry Tesselaar. He, along with his officers, are responsible for providing police services to Waterman Canyon, Arrowhead Farms, Devore, Muscoy, Grand Terrace, Loma Linda, and San Manuel Indian Reservation and Casino. They provide excellent police force at the Glen Helen Motocross Raceway during their spectacular events. Today they have 56 deputies and a wide spread volunteer group consisting of approximately 60 individuals.
Central Jail Bail Bond Process
Tonya Page Bail Bonds will make sure you know what to expect throughout the bail process. To gain more of an understanding, feel free to look at our how the bail bond process works page. When you contact us, we’ll go over the approval process with you in just a few minutes by asking questions about yourself and the defendant. Please understand that these questions help us to assess the defendant's likelihood to return to court in the future. More importantly, all information is confidential.
In most cases, there are two simple documents to sign. To process the bail bond paperwork and payment, a Central Station bail bondsman can meet you at the jail or we can often use email, fax, and telephone. It is my job to make sure you understand your responsibilities if you decide to bail a relative or friend out of jail, and we will do just that.
You will find lots of bail bond information throughout our site. If you would like to talk directly with a licensed bondsman about your circumstances or for immediate bail bonds at the Central Jail, please call us at 877-224-5266.
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