Bail Bonds for Tehama County

Finding out that a friend or family member has been arrested in Tehama County can leave you feeling under stress. You’re not sure what you can do to help them or who you can turn to for help. Tonya Page Bail Bonds has the answers you’re looking for. We will explain your options for getting your loved one out of jail and explain the bail bond process.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds has built a solid reputation and earned the trust of clients across California. Let us stand by you through this trying time and get your loved one released from jail as quickly as possible.

Call 1-877-861-3761 about bail bonds for Tehama County,  24 a hours a day, 7 days a week.

Bail Process & Cost

If a loved one has been arrested in Tehama County, they will be transported to the County jail for booking. They will be fingerprinted and photographed, and a background check and warrant search will be done. They will be searched for weapons, drugs and contraband and any personal property will be collected and held until their release.

When booking is complete, the bail amount will be set and you will be able to work on getting them released from jail. If bail is low enough, you may choose to pay the entire amount to the jail or courthouse yourself. If bail is high, as it generally is in California, you may need to work with a bondsman in order to bail them out.

The cost of a bail bond is 10%. That means if bail is $10,000 then you only have to pay $1,000 for your loved one to get released from jail. We will then post the full bail amount, which can be done 24-hours a day. We offer convenient payment options, like credit card acceptance and financing. There are never additional fees with a bail bond, and there is usually no need for collateral.

We want to make the bail bond process as easy as possible. You can even complete bail bonds online. That’s why we keep the paperwork so simple it can completed by phone, fax, email, and in person.

Sheriff’s Department Information

Tehama County Sheriff’s Office
22840 Antelope Blvd.
Red Bluff, CA 96080

The Tehama County Sheriff is responsible for protecting the lives and property of 55,000 residents as well as visitors. The county spans across 3,300 square miles and draws tourists from all over who come for the hunting, fishing and wilderness vacationing. Tehama County is also the location of several National Championship sporting events.

The Department consists of a Sheriff and Undersheriff, three captains, two lieutenants, nine sergeants, seven detectives and 29 deputy Sheriffs, as well as several civilian personnel.

The Patrol Division is comprised of 16 patrol deputies and four sergeants. They are responsible for providing 24-hour law enforcement service throughout the unincorporated areas in Tehama County. These services include protecting life and property, serving arrest warrants, and any non-criminal calls for service. Patrol Division also conducts general criminal investigations, such as those involving death, narcotics and juveniles.

The Department’s Boating Unit patrols the Sacramento River, Black Butte Lake and Lake Red Bluff with the use of three 22-foot custom high-performance, all-weather jet boats that have been built specifically for the Tehama Sheriff’s Office. The officers on the boating unit investigate any accidents or incidents on the county’s waterways and ensure that equipment and safety regulations are being adhered to.

Police Departments of Tehama County

Red Bluff PD
555 Washington St.
Red Bluff, CA 96080

Corning PD
774 Third St.
Corning, CA 96021


Jail Information

Tehama County Jail
502 Oak Street
Red Bluff, CA 96080

The Tehama County Jail was built in 1974 and additions were built in 1994. The facility is rated to house 227 inmates, both pre-trial and sentenced. Nearly half of the personnel that make up the Tehama County Sheriff’s Department work in the Jail Division. This area of the Department includes the jail, transportation unit, medical unit and food services.

Inmate Visitation

Inmates are permitted to have two 30-minute visits each week. Inmate workers get two 60-minute visits weekly. Visits are all non-contact and only one visitor is allowed in at one time. Multiple visitors will have to divide the visit time.

Visitors must have photo ID and be at least 18 years old. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. All visitors are subject to search.Visitations are held daily, times vary.

For a free consultation for bail bonds in Tehama County, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761.

Serving all of Tehama County

  • Capay
  • Corning
  • Cottonwood
  • Flournoy
  • Gerber-Las Flores
  • Kirkwood
  • Lake California
  • Los Molinos
  • Manton
  • Mill Creek
  • Mineral
  • Paskenta
  • Rancho Tehama Reserve
  • Red Bluff
  • Tehama
  • Vina



Updated:  09/16/2011