Bail Bonds for Imperial Beach Sheriff Station
As a leader in the bail bond community, we’re frequently approached for direction and guidance by people from all walks of life… but especially Moms and Dads. We are a family run business, so we really understand what can happen to yours, if a friend or loved one has been arrested in the Imperial Beach area.
My licensed and caring bail bondsmen have been trained to do everything they can to make the process of posting bail as easy as possible for you. We serve all counties in California, but we specialize in posting bonds throughout San Diego County.
We will meet you at your home, at the jail, the courthouse — wherever you need us — whenever you need us. We’ll also help you complete our easy application by email phone or fax.
Please call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761 to speak with an expert bondsman about your situation.
Imperial Beach Sheriff Station Information
Imperial Beach Sheriff’s Station
845 Imperial Beach Blvd.
Imperial Beach, CA 91932-2796
Business: (619) 498-2400
Fax: (619) 575-6754
After Hours Non-Emergencies:
Imperial Beach has a lot of history. The city was founded in 1887 when R. R. Morrison, a real estate developer, filed a subdivision map with the San Diego County Clerk to create a summer retreat for the people of Imperial Valley. The name ‘Imperial Beach” was coined as part of a marketing strategy. South San Diego’s first school was constructed also constructed here in 1888. Fast forward to 1983. That’s the year the Imperial Beach Sheriff’s Station began providing contract law enforcement services to the City of Imperial Beach and the unincorporated communities of Bonita, Sunnyside, Chula Vista, Lincoln Acres, Proctor Valley, San Miguel Mountain, Otay Valley and Otay Mesa.
On July 1 2009, the station received a one year grant from the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) to help it deal with the large number of alcohol related crimes that have been committed in this touristy town. This new program provides for the training of alcohol licensees and their staffs, as well as inspections of all ABC licensees based on ABC guidelines. But most of all it encourages community input on alcohol related issues. The program even has a special Responsible Retailer Program Deputy (RRP), who acts as a liaison between all law enforcement personnel, the city, the retailers and community groups on alcohol related topics.
Has Someone You Know Been Arrested?
The undertaking of bail is difficult for the family and friends of a person who has been arrested for driving under the influence, but we’re here to help! At Tonya Page Bail Bonds, we ensure that you are provided with fast and courteous bail bond services, go you can get back to normal a.s.a.p. after a bad experience. Our friendly and fully licensed bondsmen are happy to answer your questions with no obligation, and at no cost to you.
Over the course of our 40 year family bail history, we’ve gathered a lot of information about the local sheriff stations in the Southern California areas that we serve: Orange County, Los Angeles County, San Diego County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, and Ventura County. This information helps us get a friend or loved one out of jail, fast!
We appreciate your business and look forward to working with you, day or night. Please Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 877-224-5244.
If you want to read more about our bond requirements, or browse our informative topics:
- How A Bail Bond Works
- Booking and Processing after arrest
- Options for Release from Jail
- Bail bond approval process
- Your responsibilities
- Bail Bond Costs and Payment Options
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)