Bail Bonds in San Benito County

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If someone you know has been arrested in San Benito, contact a reliable bail bond agent right away by calling Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761.

We can help you through the bail bond process. Approval is quick and easy, and our paperwork can be completed over the by fax or email, or in person. We can arrange to meet with you at a convenient location.

In California, the cost of a bail bond is 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if bail is $10,000, you will pay a bondsman a $1,000 premium. 

We offer no-collateral bail bonds. For payments, we accept all major credit cards. In many cases we can make a payment plan for those who qualify.

When contacting our office, you’ll want to be ready with the defendant’s full legal name, where they are being held, what charges they are facing, the bail amount, and information about the defendant’s living situation and employment.

If you need a bail bond for San Benito County Jail, call to speak with a bondsman now at 1-877-861-3761.

San Benito Sheriff’s Department

San Benito Sheriff’s Department
451 4th St. Hollister, CA 95023
Phone: 831-636-4080

The County of San Benito is located in the Coast Range Mountains, south of San Jose. Over 55,000 people reside in San Benito County, with nearly two-thirds of the population living in the county seat, Hollister. San Benito County was established in 1874, encompassing 1,396 square miles. Since the time it was established as a county, law enforcement in San Benito has been provided by the Sheriff’s Department.There are sixteen units and divisions within the Sheriff’s Office that include: 911, Agricultural Investigations, Civil, Chaplain Program, Coroner, Corrections, Court Security, Explorer Program, Investigations, K9 Unit, Office of Emergency Services, Off-Road Enforcement, Patrol, Unit Reserves, School Resource Officer, and Volunteer Mounted Search and Rescue.

The officers of the Patrol Division are the first responders in the county. The Agricultural Investigations Unit handles any crimes related to the agricultural industry, like thefts of crops or equipment. The K9 Unit assists with suspect apprehension, drug detection, search and rescue missions, crowd control, officer protection and public awareness.

County Jail

San Benito County Jail
710 Flynn Rd.
Hollister, CA 95023
Phone: 831-636-4060

The Corrections Division of the Sheriff’s Department oversees the San Benito County Jail system. 

The original San Benito Jail was built in 1874. It housed up to 50 prisoners in shared cells. The old jail building is still in existence, but a new facility was built in 1992.

The new 28,000 square foot facility is rated to hold a maximum of 124 inmates. Inmate workers are sent to various county agencies to assist with work projects. The Corrections Division is made up of 32 correctional deputies, sergeants and administrative and maintenance staff.

The jail has two maximum-security modules that house up to 27 inmates each and two medium security modules that are rated for 35 inmates each. Female inmates are housed in two separate housing units- 8 in maximum security, and 10 in medium security. The average inmate population in San Benito County is 100.

Inmates are provided with a variety of programs that include GED, ESL, Life skills, Basic Computer Skills, AA and NA, Recovery Group for Men & Women, Planned Parenthood, and Ministry services.

The Sheriff’s Department also offers a Work Alternative Program in lieu of incarceration. To qualify, the person must be given a jail sentence of 40 days or less and a $30 fee is charged to participate.

Inmates are permitted one hour of visitation each week. Appointments must be made 24 hours in advance. Adult visitors need to have a valid photo ID. Each visit can have one adult and two children.

Bail Bonds for All Cities & Jails

  • Aromas
  • Hollister
  • Paicines
  • San Juan Bautista
  • Tres Pinos
  • New Idria

Call us right away at 1-877-861-3761 and we can answer all of your questions about obtaining bail bonds for San Benito County.


Updated: 01/26/2015