Bail Bonds for Oroville

Professional Bondsman

If someone you love has been arrested in the city of Oroville, let Tonya Page Bail Bonds be your first call. We understand the stress and frustration that people feel when facing the uncertainty of being arrested, going to jail, or obtaining bail bonds for Oroville.

Most often, people have no idea of where to begin to get someone released from jail. We can help eliminate the uncertainty and put the knowledge in your hands of making the right bail bond selection. We’ll answer any questions you may have and guide you step by step through the entire process.

Our bail agents are compassionate and easily accessible anytime day or night. We employee licensed and professional bondsmen who are experts in the industry. If you know of someone who has been arrested within the Oroville city limits, call us immediately.

We can meet with you in person at a location of your choice, or as an added convenience, we can conduct the bail bond process via email, phone and fax. In just a few short minutes, you’ll be on your way to reuniting with your friend or loved one, and have them back home where they belong.

Speak to a bondsman for Oroville now at our toll-free number 1-877-861-3761 and learn of the many options available to you.

Oroville Police Department Information

Oroville Police Department
2055 Lincoln Street
Oroville, Ca 95965
Phone: 538-2448

The Oroville Police Department prides themselves in contemplating what is to come and staying ahead of crime by being proactive. Technology, community innovation, constant policing and open communication reinforce the reduction of crime and maintain a safe community for all residents, businesses and visitors.

The Department believes that interaction amongst residents ultimately assists them with the community remaining safe, provides another set of eyes and ears, and alerts them of what is happening within the city.

The Oroville PD is comprised of several specialized task forces and departments such as traffic unit, patrol units, K9 units, and community service officers. If someone has called you for help in securing an Oroville bail bond, call us at 1-877-861-3761 to get help right away.

How to Pay for a Bail Bond

The cost of bail bonds are mandated by California state law and are regulated by the California Department of Insurance. Bail bonds are 10% of the full bail amount. For example, if the bail amount is set at $25,000, your cost would be $2,500. With our company, you’ll always know what the bail costs are prior to signing any paperwork.

If you need financing, we offer a variety of solutions and have several payment options to choose from. We’ll let you know within a few short minutes if you qualify for financing plans. When you do, we can work out payments with no additional finance charges or fees. A credit card is typically the most convenient and fastest way of paying for a bail bond. We accept VISA, Master Card, American Express or Discover.

For further information or to have your bail bond questions answered, call us now at 1-877-861-3761 or 1-877-861-3761.



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Updated: 03/11/2011