Bail Bonds for Anderson
If someone you know has been arrested in Anderson and is in need of help getting out of jail, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds.
For bail bonds in Anderson, call 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Bail Bond Process
In California, bail amounts can be quite high, making it nearly impossible for most people to afford. By working with a licensed bail bondsman, though, getting a loved one out of jail is much easier.
The cost of a bail bond is 10% of the total bail amount. So, if the defendant’s bail is $10,000 then you only have to pay $1,000 to get them out of jail.
When you learn of your loved one’s arrest, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds immediately at 1-877-861-3761. We can complete all of the paperwork right over the phone. The agent will need to gather some basic information about the defendant, like their full name and birth date, address and employment information, list of charges and their bail amount.
After a bond is approved and the paperwork is completed and signed, you will pay the bail bond fee. We accept all major credit cards and offer bail bond payment plans to those that qualify. Once this is done, the bondsman will post the bond for the full bail amount to the court or jail. We can post bail to the Shasta County Jail 24-hours a day. Once the bond is posted, it will take a few hours for your loved one to be released.
We know how stressful this time can be for everyone. Our friendly bondsmen will work to make sure the bail bond process goes smoothly and that your loved one gets released as quickly and safely as possible.
For a free consultation for bail bonds in Anderson call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761.
Arrest & Booking
When someone is arrested in Anderson, they will be taken to the Shasta County Jail for booking. This process will include fingerprinting, photographs, a background check and warrant search. It could take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours for someone to get booked in completely. Once the defendant is booked, bail can be posted for their release.
If the amount is low enough, many people choose to pay it in full to the court or jail. That money will be held by the court until the defendant’s case has concluded and then it will be returned.
Anderson Police Department
Anderson Police Department
2220 North St.
Anderson, CA 96007
The City of Anderson is situated in the northern end of California’s Great Central Valley near the Sacramento River.
There are 31 full-time personnel working in the Anderson Police Department, as well as two part-time and one extra person. They all focus on providing community oriented policing principles, sharing special programs with the community, keeping up an active Neighborhood Watch Program, and taking part in a Neighborhood Improvement Task Force Program.
The Department is separated into two divisions: Field Services and Support and Administrative Services. Both play an important role in providing the city with the highest quality of service possible.
The Citizens On Patrol Program (COPP) began in 1999 with just six members. Since then, the program has grown to 18 members. This program helps tie the community and police department closer together. Members of the program are trained in self-defense, drug identification, low-speed vehicle operations, canine demonstrations, dispatch, issuing parking citations, fingerprinting, report writing, traffic control, and practical application scenarios and firearms demonstration.
Anyone wanting to join the COPP volunteer program must be willing to dedicate a minimum of 16 hours a month. Each year, volunteers take part in the Shasta District Fair, Third of July, National Night Out, Redding Lighted Christmas Parade, Hot-O-Rama, Halloween patrols, and DUI checkpoints.