Bail Bonds for Vacaville
The Vacaville community is surrounded by rolling hills just minutes from the Napa and Sonoma wine countries. It's a beautiful place to live and visit. Sometimes, though, a friend or family member can find themselves in a situation that ends behind bars. Finding a reliable bail bondsman can help make the best of a bad situation.
Tonya Page Bail Bonds is a team of expert bondsmen ready to help you through the distressing situation you find yourself in. We know how overwhelming the bail bond process can be, and that is why we make ourselves available to answer your questions 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Paperwork can be completed by phone, fax, or email or one of our bond agents will meet you at a location that's convenient for you.
When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman will be here to walk you through the process for bail bonds in Vacaville.
Vacaville Police DepartmentVacaville Police Department
660 Merchant St.
Vacaville, CA 95688
The Vacaville Police Department has earned state and national recognition for its innovative programs and services, including the Family Investigative Response and Services Team (FIRST).
The department is staffed with over 220 employees as well as many civilian volunteers. They are a professional agency that strives to maintain a high quality of life in the community. They provide citizens with patrol and investigative services, SWAT, Youth Services and K9 units.
If your loved one has been arrested by the Vacaville PD, they will be taken to the Solano County Jail in Fairfield for booking. This consists of fingerprinting, photographs, background check and a warrant search. Booking can take up to six hours, depending on how many others are being processed at the time.
Bail Bond Process & CostWe recommend that you contact us at 1-877-861-3761 as soon as you learn of your loved one's arrest. We can get the paperwork started while you are on the phone. Once bail is set, we can finish the paperwork for a bond and go directly to the jail or court house to post bail. Bail can be posted 24-hours a day. It could be a few hours before they are released from the jail, so please be patient.
The bail bond fee, called a premium, is set by the California Department of Insurance. It is equal to 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if bail is set at $10,000, then you will pay a bail bond premium of $1,000 to a bondsman.
We know that paying a large sum of money isn't always easy. That is why we accept payment with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover card. We often offer no-collateral bail bonds, and in many cases we can make a payment plan for those who need one. There are no additional fees for a payment plan.
This is a very trying time for you. We will work hard to make sure the process goes as smoothly as possible. We are ready for your call at any time of the day or night when you call 1-877-861-3761.