Bail Bonds for Roseville

When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds, a licensed bondsman will answer any questions you have about the bail bonds process. We are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Our simple paperwork can be completed quickly offering you bail by fax or email, or in person.

We offer several bail bond payment options in order to make paying for a bail bond easier. We accept all major credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Payment plans can be arranged for those who qualify. In most cases, no collateral is required to secure a bond.

Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761 or 916-365-9981.  An expert bondsman will explain all of your options for bail bonds in Roseville.

Choosing a Bondsman

When you begin the search for a bail bondsman, there are a few questions that you should ask in order to make sure they are the one you want to do business with:

Q:  Are you listed with the Better Business Bureau? What is your score?
A:  When a bondsman is listed with the local BBB, you will be able to get look at any complaints filed against them. Their score (a-f) will also tell you if they are reputable or not.

Q:  Can you explain the bail bond process to me?
A:  The better you understand the procedure, the smoother it will be. You want to work with someone who will take the time to walk you through the process from start to finish.

Q:  How much does a bail bond cost?
A:  In California, the amount a bondsman can charge for a bail bond is set by the Department of Insurance at. It cannot be negotiated, so if you speak with an agent who offers you a lower rate is acting illegally. The cost of a bail bond is 10% of the bail amount. So, if bail is set at $10,000 then it will cost $1,000 for a bond.

Q:  What time will my friend/family member be released?
A:  No bondsman can give an exact release time for the person being bailed out. Each jail system works differently but they all hold safety in the highest priority. It could take several hours for someone to be released. An agent who has worked with the jail often can give a better estimate for release.

No one wants to be in this situation on their own. Working with the team at Tonya Page Bail Bonds will make it go easier for everyone.

When you call 1-877-861-3761 or 916-365-9981 to get information about  bail bonds in Roseville, a bondsman will answer all of your questions and will get to work right away.

Roseville Police Department

Roseville Police Department
1051 Junction Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95678

Located in the metropolitan area of Sacramento, Roseville is home to more than 118,000 people. At any time, people can find themselves in trouble with the police in Roseville. If this has happened to someone you care about, you may be trying to find a reliable bondsman who will help you get them released as soon as possible. Tonya Page Bail Bonds has been helping clients for years and has built a solid reputation throughout the state.

The officers of the Roseville Police Department work hard to protect the lives and property of the residents of their community. The Patrol Division officers are the first responders to any situation, both emergency and non-emergency. Law enforcement services are provided 24-7. Each patrol officer is assigned to a small neighborhood area, monitoring crime and disorder in those neighborhoods, attending neighborhood association meetings, and getting to know residents and neighborhood leaders. Patrols are usually done in marked cars but officers also patrol on bicycles in order to reach areas not easily accessible by car.

Roseville PD operates a Type 1 Jail Facility inside the department. It is staffed by civilian correctional officers and is open 24-hours a day. There are 18 cells that each holds up to two people. There are two detox cells too for arrestees who need to get sober before release. Adult arrestees can be detained for up to 96 hours in this facility, but most are released within 24. If they are not released on bail, the defendant will be transported to Placer County Jail


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Updated: 04/10/2012