Bail Bonds for Santa Cruz
If someone you care about has been arrested and jailed by the Santa Cruz Police Department, let a professional and knowledgeable bail bondsman help you. We fully understand the legal and jail systems of California
Our bail bondsmen have years of experience in posting bail bonds and supplying the type of help you need. We can also help with explaining the bail bonds process so that you understand it completely as well as the responsibilities that come along with bailing someone out of jail.
It all can be a bit confusing and definitely overwhelming, but we strive to make our clients feel comfortable. If you need help with a Santa Cruz bail bond, contact us through our toll free number at 1-877-861-3761 and you’ll be connected to a licensed bondsman.
The Bail Bond Process
When you need bail bonds for Santa Cruz, we can provide reliable and trustworthy help immediately. When you call us, we typically ask a few of the following questions in order to begin the bail bond process and find the means necessary to assist you best.
It is not necessary to have all the information, but the more you have, the better. We can also assist you in finding the information.Some of the questions we may ask are:
- What is the defendant’s full name? (First, middle and last)
- What is their date of birth and social security number?
- What is their booking number?
- Why were they arrested?
- Where and who arrested them?
- At what location are they being held?
- What is their bail amount?
The cost of bail is generally 10% of the full bail amount. We will explain all your payment options. When you are ready to move forward with the bond, we will arrange for the simple paperwork in person or online. After, we will post the bail with the jailer and the defendant will be released.
Santa Cruz Police Department InformationSanta Cruz Police Department
155 Center Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Friday: Closed
The Santa Cruz Police Department is currently operating under Chief of Police, Kevin Vogel. The beginnings of the Santa Cruz Police Department dates all the way back to 1866 when the city of Santa Cruz was first incorporated.
The current department is divided into two basic forms, administrative and operations. The administrative department oversees all the investigations, records and keeps up with professional standards. The operations department is in charge of the traffic division, patrol division and the Emergency Services Unit, to name a few.
If you need a Santa Cruz bail bond or would like to get answers to any questions, call us now at 1-877-861-3761.
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