Shasta County Sheriff’s Department

Nearly 177,000 people live and work in Shasta County. For those living in the county’s unincorporated communities, law enforcement is provided by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Department. It is the Department’s responsibility to protect the lives and property of all those living here.

If a friend or family member has recently been arrested by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Department, contact a licensed bondsman at Tonya Page Bail Bonds. Our toll-free number is 1-877-861-3761, and we are available 365 days a year. We know how the bail bond system works in Shasta County and can help you get your loved one out of jail quickly.

When you call 1-877-861-3761 for bail bonds in Shasta County, we will get to work right away.

Department Information

Shasta County Sheriff
1525 Court St.
Redding, CA 96001
Bail Bonds in Redding

The Shasta County Sheriff’s Department Patrol Division is divided between two patrol stations and three substations. The deputies within this division cover nearly 3,700 square miles of unincorporated area within the county, bordered on three sides by mountain ranges. Though they have limited resources, Patrol manages to serve and protect the communities well through aggressive investigation of crimes and providing outstanding service to the public.

Anyone arrested by the Sheriff’s Department will likely be taken to the Shasta County Jail for booking and processing.

Burney Intermountain Station: 530-335-4511

City of Shasta Lake Station: 530-245-6096

Lakehead Substation: 530-238-8648

Shingletown Substation: 530-474-5242

Shasta County Sheriff’s Boating Unit is made up of a full-time Sergeant, a full-time investigator, two full-time deputies, and 22 seasonal deputies. The unit is responsible for enforcing boating safety on Shasta County’s waterways.

Questions to Ask a Bondsman

When you start looking for the right bondsman to work with, there are several questions you should always ask before entering into an agreement with them.

Q:  Can you explain the bail bonds process to me?
A:  A professional bondsman should be able to walk you through the entire procedure from start to finish. When you know exactly what to expect at this time, it makes it much easier for you.

Q:  What is the cost of a bail bond?
A:  In California, the cost of a bail bond is 10% of the bail amount. For example, if the defendant’s bail is $10,000 then a bail bond will cost $1,000.This amount is determined by the Department of Insurance and cannot be increased or decreased for any reason. If you speak to a bondsman who offers to reduce the price, they are acting illegally.

Q:  What are my responsibilities as a signer for the bond?
A:  When you agree to bail out a loved one from jail, you become what is called an indemnitor. You are the person who will be held financially liable for the contract if the defendant refuses to go back to court. You are also responsible for keeping the bondsman informed about any changes with the defendant’s address and employment.

Q:  Are you registered with the Better Business Bureau? What is your score?
A:  The BBB is an excellent resource when looking for a business to work with. You can see their ranking (A-F) and read about any complaints that have been filed about the company.

Q:  What time will my friend/family member be released?
A:   No bondsman can give you an exact time for your loved one’s release. Safety is always the top priority at the jail. But an agent who has worked with the jail previously will be able to give you a reliable estimate on how long it takes for someone to get released from that facility.

Bondsman for Shasta County

We know how overwhelming it can be when you find yourself in this situation. Speaking with a bondsman who knows the system in Shasta County can make the process of getting your loved one out of jail much simpler. Our simple paperwork can be completed by phone, fax, email, or in person.

We offer a variety of payment options by accepting all major credit cards and making a payment plan for many clients. There is usually no need for collateral when you secure a bond with us.

Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds right away at 1-877-861-3761 and let us get to work on a bail bond. We can help you get your loved one released from the Shasta County Jail in as little time as possible.

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Updated:  09/19/2011