San Jose Police Department
Expert Bondsman for SJPD
We understand the frustration and uncertainty that comes along with bailing someone out of jail.
Rest assured knowing that we have the experience and the knowledge to handle bail bonds for San Jose Police Department and the surrounding communities. If you have a friend or family member who has been arrested in San Jose, you need to start the bail bonds process soon, we are here to help you in a highly confidential manner.
Our licensed bail bondsman are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer all of your questions and handle all your bail bond needs. With our bail bond company, you can easily handle all of the paperwork right from the comfort of your own home or office. We can obtain bail bonds by Fax or E-mail.
If you are ready to post bail in San Jose, call us now toll-free to speak with a professional bondsman at 1-877-861-3761. You can also call us locally at 650-227-3134.
San Jose Police Department Divisions InformationSJPD Airport Division – San Jose Airport
201 W. Mission Street
San Jose, CA 95110
Phone: (408) 277-5400
Established in 1990, the Airport Division of the San Jose Police Department incorporated the previous San Jose Airport Security Police. The Airport Division of the SJPD consists of extraordinary units staffed with police officers who have an average of twenty years experience. In addition, they have intensive and detailed training in many specialty areas within this unit. The SJPD provides services other than their normal police services to include working with the TSA, F.B.I., local, state and federal agencies to ensure safety at the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport.
SJPD Central Division – Alviso Community Policing Center
1060 Taylor Street
Alviso, CA 95002
Phone: (408) 934-1520
There are 412 total miles that make up the Central Division of the SJPD. The four districts which make up this area are: Victor, Robert, Edward and King. The borderlines of the SJPD Central Division consist of Guadalupe River to the West, Highway 101 to the East, Highway 280 to the South, and the San Francisco Bay/City of Milpitas to the North. The Downtown area of the Central Division has a variety of distinguished features of San Jose which includes a performing arts center, convention center, museums and the San Jose State University.
SJPD Foothill Division – Headquarters
201 West Mission Street
San Jose, CA 95110
Making up the Foothill Division of the San Jose Police Department’s Headquarters is 623 total miles and four districts. Those specific districts are called Charles, Mary, Paul and William. San Jose’s East Foothills and the City of Milpitas sits on the boundary of the Foothill Division. There are many notable attractions located in the Foothill Division which include Raging Waters, Reid-Hillview Airport, Eastridge Mall, Alum Rock Park and Lake Cunningham.
SJPD Southern Division – Oak Ridge Mall
947 Blossom Hill Road
San Jose, CA 95123
Phone: (408) 360-8350
The San Jose Police Department Southern Division patrols over 1,028 miles. It is based at the Oakridge Mall and is the largest of the four patrol divisions. Those patrol divisions are recognized as: Adam, Tom, X-Ray, and Yellow.SJPD Western Division
3707 Williams Road
San Jose, CA 95117
Phone: (408) 260-0830
The San Jose Police Department Western Division has four different police districts which include: Frank, Lincoln, Nora, and Sam. These districts are responsible for patrolling over 638 miles.
The Bail Bond Process
During the bail bonds process Important information such as the arrestees’ full name, their date-of-birth, social security number, when they were arrested, who they were arrested by and the amount of the bail are all helpful to have readily available, but not always necessary to provide you with San Jose bail information.
When you contact us, a licensed California bondsman will ask a few quick questions, like those stated above, to get the bail process started and to approve your bail bond.
Once the bond has been approved, the necessary forms will need to be signed. Both the bail bond application and contract are two very simple and easy to understand documents. The Bail Bond Agreement serves as both an application and as the contract.
The indemnitor is the person signing the contract or “co-signer,” (the one responsible for paying the fee and assumes further responsibility of getting the defendant to court, speak to a licensed bail bondsman to get the full detail) and the bail agency (in this case, Tonya Page Bail Bonds) will confirm to the court that the defendant will not miss any of their scheduled court appearances.
In addition, for a convenient and a more relaxed option, we can meet you at your home, office or directly at a San Jose jail facility with paperwork ready to quickly handle the bail bonds process. Our other option for fast processing is offering you to complete the bail bonds documents by email or fax.
To obtain bail bonds for San Jose, contact us immediately for assistance by calling our toll-free number, 1-877-861-3761 or locally at 650-227-3134.