Pico Rivera Sheriff Station and Jail

The Pico Rivera area is infamous to some for its gang related activity. Being arrested and booked into this LASD Sheriff Station jail can be a frightening experience. When somebody you care about has got to get out, it’s good to know that Tonya Page Bail Bonds is there to help.

We really care about our clients and we know the ropes of the Pico Rivera Sheriff Station Jail. Tonya Page Bail Bonds provides free bail bonds information. Our experienced agents understand your concerns and needs during this stressful time. We have dedicated ourselves to making sure the bail posting process goes as smooth and quickly as possible.

A licensed bondman who is knowledgeable about the Pico Rivera Sheriff Station and jail is available now: 1-877-861-3761.

LASD Pico Rivera Information

Pico Rivera Sheriff Station
6631 Passons Blvd.
Pico Rivera, CA 90660
Business Phone: 562-949-2421

The City of Pico Rivera contracts it’s police department to the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. The Pico Rivera Sheriff Station has been around since 1973. It is located southeast of Los Angeles and services a population over 96,000 residents in a 13.5 square mile area. In addition to Pico Rivera, their territory includes the unincorporated City of West Whittier.

The station thrives in a primarily Hispanic community that has an extremely diverse, socio-economic background. It currently has 110 sworn personnel and 35 professional staff members. It also has an active Reserve Company, made up of 18 uniformed personnel who donate hundreds of hours per month. The station additionally boasts a core of 70 active civilian volunteers, as well as an active Explorer Post.

The City of Pico Rivera has long been the home turf of a large population of gang members. Gang related violence is the driving force behind it’s higher than average crime rates. Thankfully, Pico Rivera Sheriffs have made great strides in their efforts to curtail gang violence. They have recently, in conjunction with city and county officials, created a targeted campaign to deal with gang violence by using a three prong approach: Enforcement, Prevention and Community Involvement.

The Right Bondsmen for Pico Rivera Arrests

It’s 2:00 AM and someone you care about has just been arrested. Here is what you need to know if this happens: Find out where they are being held (likely the Pico Rivera Station) and by what police agency. Then call a bondsman at 1-877-861-3761.

We understand how important it is to get your friend or loved one out of jail and safe back home. We offer easy phone approvals and we can even arrange bail by fax, email or even “e-sign”. We have bondsmen that can come to you.

We’ll make sure that bail bond is posted immediately to ensure the quickest possible release.

General Bail & Arrest Information

Booking and Processing After Arrest – When an arrestee is taken to their local Sheriff’s station they go through a process that includes getting fingerprinted, having their picture taken, and being the subject of a nation-wide computer database search. It can take many hours and bail cannot be posted until this process is complete, but we can get you started right away.

Bail Bond Costs and Payment Options – If you are like many of our clients, this time is not only stressful emotionally, it can be difficult financially. Don’t worry. We have several payment and financing options. We also accept all major credit cards, cash, and personal checks. In many cases, collateral is not required.

How a Bail Bond Works – As a bail bondsman, my company guarantees the court that the defendant will to show up for their scheduled appearances. We put up a paper bond with the court.

Your responsibilities – When you bail someone out of jail, you are called the bail bond Indemnitor. You take full responsibility for the defendant to show up in court and will be responsible for helping us find the individual if they skip their date(s).

Need more information? Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds anytime, at 1-877-861-3761 and get the help you need dealing with the Pico Rivera Sheriff Station and Jail.

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Updated: 03/10/2015