San Gabriel Valley Police Station and Jail Information

Below, you will find information for the Police Department Stations and jails located in the San Gabriel Valley.

Each station listed below features a link to additional information.

We service all jails located in San Gabriel Valley. For additional information bail or arrestee information, you can call to speak with a bail bondsman 24 hours a day for any of the following San Gabriel Police Stations or jails at (877) 861-3761.

San Gabriel Valley Police Stations and Jails

Alhambra Police Department – Jail
Phone: (626) 570-5107

Arcadia Police Department – Jail
Phone: (626) 574-5150

El Monte Police Department – Jail
Phone: 626 580-2100

Glendora Police Department

 Phone: (626) 914-8250 

Irwindale Police Department – Jail
Phone: 626-962-3601

La Verne Police Department – Jail
Phone: 909-596-1913

Monrovia Police Department – Jail
Phone: 626-932-5550

Monterey Park Police -Jail
Phone: 626-307-1458

Pasadena Police Department – Jail

Jail Information: (626)744-4616 

Pomona Police Department & Jail

Phone: (909) 620-2131

San Dimas Sheriff Station
(909) 450-2700 or (626) 332-1184

San Gabriel Police Department – Jail
Phone: 626-308-2828

San Marino Police Department – Jail
Phone: 626-300-0727

South Pasadena Police Department – Jail
Phone: 626-403-7270

Temple Station Jail
Phone: (626) 285-7171

Walnut-Diamond Bar Sheriff Station – Jail
(909) 595-2264

(626) 913-1715

West Covina Police Department – Jail
Phone: 626-939-8500

San Gabriel Valley Bail Bonds

In San Gabriel Valley, most of our clients prefer to use our bail bond by Fax or e-mail option which permits us to speed up the bail process at these jails even faster. The timing from your first phone call to the completion of paperwork can be accomplished in 15 to 30 minutes for most bonds.


It is important to understand that if you are bailing someone out of any jail located in the San Gabriel Valley as well as in the entire state of California, you are accepting the responsibility to make sure the defendant will appear in court. When a bail bond is filed with the jailer, the defendant will be released on the “promise” they will appear in court as required. If they should fail to appear, the full amount of the bail becomes your responsibility to pay.

Such situations, however, are very rare. If you are confident the defendant will follow-up with their court responsibilities, there should be no further concern. Minor issues such as a missed court date due to illness can be handled with one simple phone call to us to reschedule. We are always here 24/7 to answer any questions.


We have many years of experience working with bail bonds in the San Gabriel Valley and will have your loved one or friend released from any jail as quickly as possible. You can always trust that Tonya Page Bail Bonds will work our hardest for you.

For more information on bail bonds throughout the San Gabriel Valley, please visit our city specific pages or call and speak to a bondsman toll-free at 1-877-861-3761.

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Updated: 02/24/2015