When you find out someone has been arrested in San Bernardino County, you first instinct is to run to the San Bernardino County Jail and bond them out. But if you have never had to deal with bail, you may not know what to do. And to top it off, you are not sure where to go to post the San Bernardino County bail bond.
The San Bernardino sheriff's office oversees four jails:
West Valley Detention Center9500 Etiwanda Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
Phone: (909) 350-2476 Inmate Information
Adelanto Detention Center9438 Commerce Way
Adelanto, CA 92301
Phone: (760) 530-9300
Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center18000 Institution Road
Devore, CA 92407
Phone: (909) 885-8483
Central Detention Center - Federal and County Inmates630 East Rialto Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 384-9059
By the time you finally figure out where your friend is and how to post the bail, you have wasted several hours while your friend has been behind bars.
Golden State Bail Bonds offers a time-saving solution to posting a San Bernardino County bail bond. With one phone call to us at (800) XXX-XXXX, we can eliminate the hassle of posting bond and you can stay home.
Here's a brief description of how bail bonds in San Bernardino works:
- Be patient. Even if the charge is only a minor traffic violation, it still may take several hours for someone to be released on a San Bernardino County bail bond. Fingerprints, records checks and pictures are all an important part of the booking process. If the arrest was made on a weekend night, the San Bernardino County Jail is usually very busy and that will slow the process down even more.
- Golden State Bail Bonds sends a licensed, professional agent to the jail to handle the bonding process. All you need to do is fax or email the bond papers to us, then make arrangements to pay online or on the phone. We accept all major credit cards for a San Bernardino County bail bond.
- San Bernardino County bail bonds are paid to assure that the inmate returns for his or her upcoming court appearances. Your Golden State bail bond agent will keep you informed. Failing to appear is a serious violation and can result in immediate incarceration.
You can trust the licensed professionals at Golden State Bail Bonds. We have agents ready 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (800) XXX-XXXX to help you in San Bernardino. Golden State Bail Bonds is a member of the California Bail Agents Association and the Professional Bail Agents of the United States.