Bail Bonds for the Poway Sheriff’s Station

Poway, which is known as “The City in the Country” prides itself on the fact that over half of its 40 square-mile area is preserved as dedicated open space. Poway Sheriffs serve the City of Poway and its unincorporated areas just outside the city limits for a resident population of 50,000.

At Tonya Page Bail Bonds, we hear stories like these all the time. But we never judge; we only help. When you call us, the phone will be answered in person by a bondsman who will patiently explain the bail bonding process to you, guiding you through the terminology and simple paper work step by step, by fax, email or in person. Never once will you be made to feel ashamed of the predicament that a close friend or loved one of yours has found themselves in. If you want them released from jail quickly, efficiently and with a minimum of fuss, you can count on us.

We’ll help you through this! Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at: 1-877-861-3761. We’ll answer all your questions and service your bail bond needs, 24/7, throughout California.

Poway Sheriff’s Station Information

Poway Sheriff’s Station
13100 Bowron Road
Business: (858) 513-2800
Fax: (858) 748-7954

Deputies from Poway Station respond to calls 24 hours a day and each has been given his/her own geographical “beat” area which enables the deputy to get to know the people who live and work there, well. All patrol deputies are trained in the Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) philosophy that requires the interaction of neighborhood residents with law enforcement.

The Poway Sheriff’s Station also has a detectives division that specializes in cases involving theft, physical assaults (excluding homicides), sexual assaults, vandalism, burglaries, annoying phone calls and other crimes. These detectives are responsible for investigating all general crime cases and arrests made by their patrol deputies, too.

Another station group, called the Poway School Resource Officers, handle crimes relating to students at the middle and high school levels. These crimes include truancy, tobacco, drug and alcohol related offences, as well as any other crimes that occur on school grounds.

The Poway Station also has three Sheriffs that are part of a 7 member Accident Reconstruction Network. This group of law enforcement personnel is directly involved with traffic investigation, training, and/or the reconstruction of how an accident took place. You can contact these Poway Station team members to learn more by calling 858-513-2800.

Although violent crimes have tapered off during the recession, San Diego County is facing a rash of car break-ins. In 2008, thieves stole property from more than 5,000 cars within the Poway Sheriff Station jurisdiction, so they created a new, 20-person task force in an effort to “drive” the car crooks away. This task force primarily warns and informs the public that it just takes a few seconds for thieves to break into a car, whether you’re parked in your driveway, at a local sporting event or just running a quick errand. The Poway Station can afford to spend more time and resources on car break-ins because violent crime has dropped in the area by eight percent.

Why Should You Choose Tonya Page Bail Bonds?

Because we are jail release specialists. Tonya Page Bail Bondsmen are here to get you through a tough time by offering a confidential consultation that is always free. We post bonds throughout San Diego County including bail bonds for Poway. We will walk you through the process and protecting your rights. If you are going to be an indemnitor (the person who co-signs the bail bond with us) you are taking on a real responsibility, so you really need to know where your commitments start and stop. We’re happy to do all we can for you, so that you and the defendant can get back to the business of living your life with the person who is now in custody.

Just remember:

When you need a fully licensed bail bondsman to help arrange your loved one’s bail, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761. We are open 24 hours to serve you.

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Updated: 03/03/2010