Bail Bonds for SDPD Northwestern Division

Northwestern Division

12592 El Camino Real
San Diego, CA 92130
(858) 523-7000

Front Counter hours at the station are Monday and Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and Friday from noon to 4:00 pm. The office is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The Northwestern Division, serves the areas and neighborhoods of Sorrento Valley, Torrey Preserve, Del Mar Heights, Carmel Valley, North City, Torrey Highlands and Black Mountain Ranch. The Northwestern Division serves a population of 58,426 and encompasses an area of 41.51 square miles.  

If someone has been arrested in these areas, males will be transported to the Men’s Central Jail located in downtown San Diego.  Women will be taken to the Las Colinas Women’s Jail. The SDPD Northwestern Division Police Station does not have a jail on their premises, as such, bail cannot be posted here.

Booking Process

When someone is being booked, a long period of time may pass before the San Diego County jail system has logged that person’s arrest into their computer system. If you should you contact the jail too quickly after your friend or family member has been arrested, you may come to find that they have not been cleared for bail yet. This is a normal procedure as the pre-booking period can take a while to complete. However, once they are clear, a bail bond can be posted 24 hours a day.

For immediate arrest, bail, location or booking information, please contact one of our professional bondsman at 1-877-861-3761.

Bail Process and Additional Resources

When you contact us, information regarding the defendant is always helpful to have at hand. Details, such as where the arrestee is being detained, how much their bail is, (if you know), will assist in us in moving forward.

We’ll always take the time to explain the bail bond process to you.  We offer a simple application to understand which can be processed by email or fax in just a few minutes. Feel free to read more about the bail process and procedures on our FAQ’s page.

Let Tonya Page Bail Bonds be your first line of contact for SDPD arrests. Speak to a bondsman at 1-877-861-3761 to get release from jail started immediately.


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Updated: 08/09/2012