Bail Bonds in Tracy
Finding out that a loved one or friend has been arrested in Tracy can be very stressful. You want to know who you can turn to for help, but asking around can be somewhat embarrassing. When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds, you will speak with a licensed California bondsman. We will handle your situation confidentially and work quickly so that your loved one can be released in as little time as possible.
We know that the bail bonds process can be overwhelming, but with our knowledge and expertise about the California bail process it can be a lot less stressful. Call us at 1-877-861-3761 and we can answer any questions you have about bail bonds in Tracy.
Tracy Police Department
Tracy Police Department
1000 Civic Center Dr.
Tracy, CA 95376
With a staff of 86 sworn police officers, the city of Tracy is supported by its police department through community oriented policing. Fifty of the officers work in the Field Operations Bureau as uniformed patrol officers.
The Field Operations Bureau focuses its attention on a variety of policing problems through Patrol, K-9 unit, SWAT and Traffic Control. There are also civilian officers that work as Community Service Officers, Traffic Interns and Police Assistants.
Paying for a Bail Bond
When you decide to use a bail bonds agency, you will have to pay a fee, called a bail bond premium. In California, this amount is equal to 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if the bail is set at $10,000, then the bail bond premium is $1,000. We know that paying a large sum of money at once can be difficult. That is why we accept all major credit cards for payment. In many cases we offer no-collateral bail bonds and can arrange a payment plan, if needed.
The bail bond premium is not refundable and is not negotiable. You may encounter an agency that is willing to offer you a lower fee, like 5% instead of the standard 10%. The bail bond premium is set by the California Department of Insurance.
The bail bondsman is entitled to keep the entire bail bond premium for their services, regardless of the outcome of the case. After your loved one has been released, it is very important for you to ensure that they make it to all scheduled court appearances. If they fail to show up for court, you will be responsible to help get the defendant back into court. Under ordinary circumstances, a missed court date can be rescheduled with just a phone call. If the defendant misses court, be sure to call your bondsman to make arrangements.
We are ready to discuss your situation, answer any questions, and get started on the paperwork 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. We can finish the needed paperwork by phone, fax, email or in person. Please call to speak to a bondsman about bail bonds in Tracy: 1-877-861-3761.