Santa Cruz Sheriff’s DepartmentIf you need help now, with bail bonds for the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Department jails, our toll-free number is 877-224-5266.
Department InformationSanta Cruz Sheriff Department
701 Ocean Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
The Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Department is lead by Sheriff Phil Wowak. He, along with the staff in the department, work hard to maintain the safety of Santa Cruz County. Their department is composed of an administrative bureau, correction bureau, operations bureau, and a coroner’s office.
When someone is arrested by the Santa Cruz Sheriff Department, they are typically taken to the Santa Cruz Main Jail for booking and processing. However, there are other jails in the area such as the Blaine Street Facility, Rountree Minimum and Medium Facility, as well as a Juvenile Detention Center.
It’s helpful to know, when you call a bail bondsman, where the defendant is located. However, if you’re unsure, call us now and we can assist you in locating the defendant. Simply call 877-224-5266 and you can speak to a bondsman right away.
Bail Bonds for Santa Cruz
We offer expert bail bonds services in your urgent time of need. These
types of situations can be quite overwhelming, confusing and just plain
stressful. Our staff works hard to ensure that you’re being taken
care of in the most respected, professional and ethical manner possible.
When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds, 877-224-5266, you’ll be connected to a licensed and professional bondsman. After a few questions, we will be able to determine the approval of your bail bond and they will walk you through the entire bail bond process, as well as, answer any questions you may have.
Responsibilities of Bailing Someone Out of Jail
When you take on the task of bailing out your friend or loved one, and sign the papers to have them released, you will become what is called an “indemnitor.” This means you assume the responsibility of getting the defendant to court as scheduled. In the event that they do not show up, you will be required to help the bondsman locate the defendant and get them back into court. It’s important to know this up front and have a full understanding of the implications.
You should also know that if someone misses court due to illness, flat tire or simply having forgotten, these are small issues that can generally be resolved with a couple of phone calls.
If you’d like to know more, or would like to start a Santa Cruz bail bond, call 877-BAIL-BOND for more information.