West Valley Detention Center Jail
The San Bernardino County Jail in Cucamonga is also known as the West Valley Detention Center. If someone you know has been arrested by the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department or elsewhere in San Bernardino County, it is highly likely they will be transferred to the West Valley Detention Center jail. This facility is located just one mile away from the 15 and 10 freeways in Rancho Cucamonga and has the reputation of being one of the largest county jails in California.
West Valley Detention Center - Jail
9500 Etiwanda Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
909-350-2476 Inmate Information
909-899-2037 Visitor Information
If you are planning a visit to an inmate at the West Valley Detention Center, you will need to carefully follow the facilities’ visitation instructions as there are strict guidelines. Inmate visitation must be scheduled by phone one day in advance by calling 909-887-0364. Visitors must arrive 30 minutes before their scheduled time. Inmates are allowed one visit per day which allow up to six visitors at a time. It is best to call for more detailed information. Visitors who arrive past their scheduled visitation time will not be admitted. When visiting inmates, please be prepared to show proper identification, driver’s license, passport or military ID.
West Valley Detention Center Bail Bonds
Tonya Page Bail Bonds can conduct any San Bernardino County bail bond quickly and easily via e-mail or fax. A professional, licensed bail bondsman is ready anytime 24/7 to begin the bail process for you. For your convenience, we can also meet with you at your home or office location. It’s all up to you. We always offer the flexibility to meet your bail bond needs. Please contact Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 877-224-5266, and let us be your first choice in bail bonds.
Fast Release from Jail
Throughout the San Bernardino County, the smaller jail facilities are generally used for short term housing only. We always recommend bailing someone out of jail while they are still being housed at one of the smaller facilities for a much faster release time. It is possible for to post bail for an inmate at any of the San Bernardino County Jails, 24 hours a day. Release from the West Valley Detention Center jail can typically take anywhere from 4 to 12 hours. Smaller facilities can often accomplish this in a couple of hours. If the defendant is transferred, you can count on additional time in jail, often 12 to 24 hours.
Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds toll-free at 877-224-5266 to find out more regarding arrestee’s jail location, arrest, booking information and bail amount.
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