San Mateo Police Department Bail Bonds
No one likes to be told that their loved one has been arrested. Your first thought is to find a way to get them released immediately from the San Mateo Jail. This is one of the most stressful events you will experience and you need the guidance of a licensed, professional bail bondsman to help you through it.
Tonya Page Bail Bonds has a team of agents who are ready to lead you through the process of bringing your loved one home as quickly and easily as possible. We are ready for your call any time of the day or night. Just dial 1-877-861-3761 to speak to a bail bondsman for San Mateo.
We have been helping clients in San Mateo, California by making the bail bonds process less stressful than it needs to be. We can do this by:
- Being available for you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week
- Accepting various payment methods, including all major credit cards
- Working with you if a payment plan is needed
- Processing bail bonds in person, over the phone, through fax, or email
Our bondsmen are here to help answer your questions about the bail process for San Mateo Police Department. Your loved one shouldn’t have to sit in the San Mateo Jail any longer than is necessary.
San Mateo Police Department
200 Franklin Parkway San Mateo
The San Mateo Police Department is currently being overseen by Chief of Police Susan Manheimer. The SMPD has implemented the Community Oriented Policing program in the San Mateo community to help improve the lives of its residents. There is only one main detention facility in San Mateo County as well as a Women’s Correctional Facility.
Information About San Mateo Jails
Maguire Correctional Facility
Bail Bonds for Maguire Jail
Almost everyone who is arrested in San Mateo County will be processed at the Maguire Correctional Facility. It was built to hold around 668 inmates. However, due to severe overcrowding in California jails, it could be housing nearly 1,100 inmates at any given time.
San Mateo Women’s Correctional
Women arrested in San Mateo could be transported to either the Women’s Correctional Center or the Maguire Facility. Both are overseen by the San Mateo Sheriff’s Department. Both facilities are severely overcrowded. Once the bond has been posted, it could take anywhere from 3-6 hours for your loved one to be released from either facility.
Tonya Page Bail Bonds has worked with both of these facilities in San Mateo County. Our agents are ready to help you with this delicate situation. The bail process can be confusing, but our family-oriented bondsmen have the knowledge and experience needed to walk you through this trying time. We can be reached 24-hours a day, 7-days a week when you call 1-877-861-3761. We know you have questions, and we are here with the answers.