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Santa Rita Jail
Arrest and Booking Information
Suspects arrested within the Bay Area are received at the intake and release center at 425 7th Street. This facility, maintained by the Alameda Sheriff’s Department, is only a temporary holding center and detainees will find themselves transported to their actual jail within a few hours.
During their time at the intake center, detainees go through a process known as “booking”. During the booking process, a suspect is fingerprinted, photographed, interviewed by detectives, and is searched against a national computer database to gain an idea of their background. Should a detainee have outstanding warrants in other states, they may be extradited to those states to stand trial on top of their court date in San Francisco.
If the arrest happened in Alameda County, the defendant will likely be transferred to one of two facilities maintained by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department after your booking. The primary detainment facility, Santa Rita Jail, is located on the site of a World War II-era military base at 5325 Broder Blvd in Dublin, California.
Dublin Jail Information
Santa Rita Jail
5325 Broder Boulevard
Dublin, CA 94568
The Santa Rita jail is know as a “mega-jail” and houses approximately 4000 inmates at any given time. This facility is the third largest in the state of California and ranks among the fifth largest within the nation. Santa Rita jail is the only correctional facility that has a prestigious award from the accredited American Correctional Association.
Sitting on 113-acres, Santa Rita is one of the most advanced technological jail facilities in the world. Equipped with robotic systems that deliver food, various supplies and laundry make this jail facility a cost-effective operation. Additionally, it has the most advanced criminal justice systems that operate the entire internal structure. The solar power system is one of the biggest and responsible for producing enough electricity to handle half of the electrical needs during the day.
The Santa Rita jail facility is all about budgeting and being economical and houses a modern kitchen facility that produces approximately 12,000 cost-effective meals each day. In further efforts to save money, they also have mental health and medical services in-house which ultimately reduces the county medical patient load.
Santa Rita Jail is widely recognized as one of the most innovative, modern jails in the world. A commitment to futuristic technology has allowed complete logistical automation, and this modernization has also resulted in a highly efficient, highly economical care system for sick and injured detainees.
Considered a “mega-jail” due to its immense size, the fifth largest jail in the country, Santa Rita Jail can hold almost 4000 detainees its eighteen massive housing units. To provide food and medical care for such an immense number of prisoners, Santa Rita Jail utilizes private contractors which in turn cook almost twelve thousand meals every day on top of handling many physical and mental health services, reducing the load at nearby hospitals.
Santa Rita jail consistently provides Alameda citizens, inmates and staff a humane, safe and secure environment.
Bail Bonds and Collateral
In order to secure your release back into society between your arrest and your court date, you must first post bail. This is a financial agreement between you and the government which ensures you will show up on the day of your trial. Depending on the severity of your crime and your criminal history, this amount could be massive.
Collateral, or valuable items used to reinforce a debt or ensure payment for something, is generally not needed when seeking a bail bond. Rather, an examination of your personal stability and credit history may qualify you for what’s known as a “signature bond.”
Signature bonds, like their name suggests, are entirely no collateral. Many factors come into deciding whether or not you qualify for this special type of bond. A questionnaire detailing your length of residency within the state of California, employment history and current situation, credit rating, the type of crime, your character, and other factors will be administered prior to discussing options. This questionnaire helps to determine the risk to the bondsman and hopefully ensure that you get a collateral-free bond.
Collateral is returned upon conclusion of the defendant’s case and fulfillment of any standing financial obligations with the bondsman. If you would like more information on Santa Rita bail bonds or the exciting possibilities of a signature bond, if you need assistance with locating someone who has been arrested, or need to know additional jail information, please call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at our toll-free number, 1-877-861-3761. We are available 365-days a year, day or night.