San Mateo County Women’s Jail

Women’s Correctional Center Information

San Mateo County Women’s Correctional Center Jail
1590 Maple Street
Redwood City, CA
Phone: 650-363-4310

San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: 650-599-1664

San Mateo County Jail
Phone: 650-363-4000
Phone: 650-363-4317

If a female is arrested in San Mateo or in a surrounding area, she may be taken first to the San Mateo County Jail for booking and processing. Typically, females are taken to the San Mateo County Women’s Correctional Facility to await their trial or bail setting.

It can take approximately three to six hours to book and process a defendant at these jails. Once bail has been posted, it can take approximately two to four hours for her to be released. If she is not bailed out, she will stay in jail until her court date.If you would like to know more about the bail bond process, call us today to get help now: 1-877-861-3761.

Bail Bonds for San Mateo Women’s Jail

If you have a friend or loved one who has been taken into custody at the San Mateo County Women’s Jail facility, you’re probably looking for immediate help. Tonya Page Bail Bonds understands you need urgent and reliable assistance during a stressful time. We are available to answer any and all of your questions regarding the defendant’s charges, arrest, booking and bail. We are experts in the bail bond industry. We can assist you by getting your friend or loved one released from jail in a quick and safe manner so everyone can get back to their normal lives.

We conduct bail bonds in the most professional and ethical manner within the San Mateo County jail systems. As an added convenience, we can meet with you in-person, your home, and place of work or the Women’s Correctional facility to complete the bail bond. However, most people choose to conduct a bail bond by phone, fax or email. Our company offers flexible financial methods so that we can find a solution to meet your current needs.

Many of the California jails are experience overcrowding issues so it’s important to get the one you care about out quickly and safely. All of our clients receive a free, no obligation bail consultation. If you have questions or would like to start a San Mateo bail bond for the Women’s Correctional Facility, call us now.

A professional bondsman is available to take your call anytime, 24-hours a day, and 7-days a week. Simply dial 1-877-861-3761.

Is Collateral Necessary for a Bail Bond?

Just so you understand, let us first define collateral: Collateral is a material object that is of substantial value and is used to a secure a debt. Some bail bond companies will require collateral in order to proceed. Collateral will be used in case the defendant does not show up for their court date. Once the scheduled court appearances are complete, the collateral is returned safely to the rightful owner. Bail bond collateral is usually in the form of California real estate — meaning your home.

That said, Tonya Page Bail Bonds typically does not require collateral. Most often we can conduct a “signature bond.” This simply means if you have good credit, are stable in the community, and the nature of your crime isn’t severe, you wouldn’t need collateral. However, there are times when exceptions apply to this rule.

If you have any questions, would like to know more about no collateral bail bonds or would like to start a San Mateo bail bond, call us now at our toll-free number 1-877-861-3761.


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Updated 03/14/2011