If you need a bail bond for Sonoma County Sheriff's Deparment, call to speak to a bondsman now at 1-877-861-3761 (1-877-861-3761).
Sonoma County Sheriff's DepartmentThe Sonoma County Sheriff's Department has been providing law enforcement, court security and detention services to Sonoma County since 1850. Today, the Department has over 1,000 employees, all working to serve a county that stretches across 1,600 square miles and a population of nearly half a million residents.
The Sheriff's Department is the primary law enforcement agency for the unincorporated areas of the county as well as the cities of Windsor and Sonoma. There are currently more than 275 Deputy Sheriff's serving in the Patrol, Investigations, Court Security and Transportation Bureaus in the Department.
Main Office and Substation InformationMain Office Headquarters
2796 Ventura Ave.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
The Department focuses on community oriented policing. By working with the community directly, the department ensures an open communication with residents, allowing both to work together to make the community a safe place to live and visit.Guerneville Substation
1st & Church Streets
Guerneville, CA 95446
Also called the River Substation, the Guerneville Substation is the base for patrol services in western Sonoma County. It covers the 63 miles of coastline to the west and to Forestville to the east. The staff at this substation includes two sergeants, 16 Deputy Sheriffs, three resident deputy sheriffs, and a community services officer.
Sonoma Valley Substation
810 Grove St.
Sonoma, CA 95476
From here, patrol services are provided from the Napa County line to the east to the mountain ridge between Petaluma and Sonoma to the west, Glen Ellen to the north, and San Pablo Bay to the south. There are two sergeants, 16 Deputy Sheriff's, and one community services officer.
620 Larkfield Center
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
This is the flagship station of the Department's "Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving" mission. The belief of the department is that crime prevention is a partnership between the police and the community. This unit is comprised of one sergeant, five deputies, and one community services officer. They also utilize volunteers to help accomplish goals and provide even more service to residents.
Bail Bonds in Sonoma County
If a friend or family member has been arrested by the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department, it is likely that they will be transported to the Sonoma County Jail at the Main Adult Detention Facility in Santa Rosa. They will get booked into the system, be fingerprinted, have photographs taken, and a background check will be done.
We work hard to make sure that the bail bonds process goes smoothly and quickly. We are happy to accept payments with all major credit cards. In most cases, collateral is not required for a bail bond. We can even work out a payment plan for those who need one.
When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman will be able to walk you through the process for bail bonds in Sonoma County.
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