Bail Bonds for Albany

Tonya Page Bail Bonds is a leading company in bail expertise. We know that it is your top priority to get your relative or friend released from jail as quickly as possible. However, in many cases, we find that our clients are not familiar with the bail bond process. This is why we work to inform you of every aspect of the process and to answer your questions so that you understand your options. We’re here to provide you with the most trustworthy and applicable services.

When you call our toll free number, you will be connected to a licensed and professional  bondsman, who will be ready to walk you through the bail bond process and explain any part of the bail bond procedures. We know this time can be difficult on you and we are more than willing to make sure you understand your responsibilities.

If you need a help with bail bonds in Albany, contact us now at 1-877-861-3761. We’re available to take your phone call 24/7, 365-days a year.

Albany Police Department Information

Albany Police Department
1000 San Pablo Avenue
Albany, CA 94706
Phone: 510-525-7300

The Albany Police Department serves the city of Albany in the safest manner possible. They offer several different law enforcement features such as animal control, youth services, crime prevention and civil conflict resolutions. The Chief of Police for the Albany Department is Mike McQuiston.

When someone is arrested by the Albany Police Department, they will most likely be taken to the Santa Rita jail for booking and processing.

When you need an Albany bail bond, don’t hesitate and call a bondsman as soon as possible to get your loved one or friend released in the most efficient and secure manner.

Bail Bonds and Defendant Information

When you’ve been called to bail a friend or loved one out of jail, and you want to do so with the help of a bail bonds company, there are a few things that will help the process go a bit quicker.

The following information is good to have available prior to calling, however it is not required:

  • Defendant’s full legal name
  • Date of birth and Social Security Number
  • Why they were arrested
  • Who they were arrested by
  • Where they are being held
  • Their bail amount

All of this information is helpful, but not necessary. We will be able to move and help in making the bail bond process suit your needs.

If you need an Albany bail bond, call to speak with a bondsman now: 1-877-861-3761.


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Updated 02/24/2011