San Bernardino Bail Bonds Services - California

"Bail" refers to money that must be posted with the court in order to release an incarcerated person from custody.  San Bernardino bail  bond is a sort of insurance that the person will attend the required court appearances.  The amount can be thousands of dollars, and most people do not have enough cash on hand to post the bail.

How do I get a San Bernardino bail bond?  

There are many San Bernardino bail bond companies that exist only to help you post bail.   They will post the bail for you, by way of a bail bond.  A bail bond is a contract that is entered with a bail agent or bondsman.  The bail agent in San Bernardino will post the entire bail amount a non-refundable fee of 10% of the total bail.  For example, if bail is $10,000, you will pay the bondsman $1,000. 

A bail bond is good for one year.   If the case extends beyond that, the bondsman may require an additional premium to secure your bond.
After the person attends all court appointments and the case is resolved, the court will exonerate your bond, and the bond agent is refunded the money.


HOW BAIL BONDS ARE DETERMINED IN SAN BERNARDINO?
The court uses a “bail schedule” to determine the amount of bail for all California misdemeanors and felonies.  The judge uses this bail schedule as a guideline, and sets bail, depending on several factors such as:

  • Criminal history
  • Fight risk
  • Facts of the case.

Sometimes the judge will deny bail and the person must remain in custody.  When bail is an option, there are two common ways to post bail: 1) by using cash, or 2) by securing a bail bond.
CASH BAIL
To post cash bail, the full amount must be with the clerk of the court or with the arresting agency. 
The full amount will be refunded to the person who posted bail if all court dates are attended.  The refund takes 60-90 days following the resolution of the case. Failure to appear will result in forfeiting all the bail money to the court. 
Since most people don’t have the means to post cash bail, bail bonds are more often used.

 

Bail Bonds in San Bernardino

How can I be sure that I am doing business with a reliable company?
Our Bail Bond service in San Bernardino is bonded and licensed, and the agents are friendly and helpful.  In addition, we are highly trained and experienced so your case will be handled in a friendly and efficient manner.   We make the process as easy as possible for you because we understand your difficult situation.  
Our Bail Bonds service in San Bernardino is available 24/7 to answer any questions, and we also provide easy financing to help you with any additional funds.  Our experience, helpfulness and quick processing provide you with the peace-of-mind that you need.

 

San Bernardino Bail Bonds
Jail & Bail Bond Information in San Bernardino, CA

SAN BERNARDINO DETENTION CENTERS -- COUNTY JAILS

There are several jails and holding facilities in San Bernardino County.  The two main jails are: the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga and the Adelanto Detention Center. The West Valley Detention Center is San Bernardino County's largest jail and the facility.  Both the West Valley and the Adelanto Detention centers house both pre-trial and sentenced people. 

SAN BERNARDINO SHERIFF STATIONS AND POLICE DEPARMENTS

The San Bernardino Sheriff's Department is responsible for the County's large unincorporated area as well as several of the police departments for cities with the county.


Detention / Corrections Facilities:

 

 

General Information

(909) 350-2476

 

Adelanto Detention Center

(760) 530-9300

(760) 530-9306

9438 Commerce Way

 

 

Adelanto, California 92301

 

 

 

 

 

Central Detention Center

(909) 386-0969

(909) 386-0924

630 East Rialto Avenue

 

 

San Bernardino, California 92415-0025

 

 

 

 

 

Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center

(909) 473-2699

(909) 473-2581

Mailing Address: P. O. Box 9490

 

 

San Bernardino, California 92427

 

 

18000 West Institution Road

 

 

Devore, California 92407

 

 

Work Release
Inmate Services Bureau
Glen Helen's Women's Corrections

(909) 473-3616
(909) 473-2602
(909) 473-2578

 

 

 

 

Transportation/Court Holding

(909) 463-5029

(909) 463-5040

9500 Etiwanda Avenue

 

 

Rancho Cucamonga, California 91739

 

 

 

 

 

West Valley Detention Center

(909) 463-5000

(909) 463-5108

9500 Etiwanda Avenue

 

 

Rancho Cucamonga, California 91739

 

 

Visitation Appointments (8 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
Inmate Information (Public)
Inmate Visiting Appointments (Public)

(909) 887-0364
(909) 350-2476
(909) 899-2037

 

WEBSITE: http://www.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/directory/Dir4.asp 
Map:  http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=san%20bernardino%20ca%20city&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl

San Bernardino Police Department
710 North D Street
San Bernardino
CA. 92401
909-384-5742
City Jail: 909-384-5772 
http://www.ci.san-bernardino.ca.us/depts/police_department/contacting_sbpd/contacting_sbpd/default.asp 

San Bernardino is the county seat of San Bernardino County, located 55 miles east of Los the City of Los Angeles.  It is 1,200 feet above sea level and is the eighth largest city in Los Angeles County.  In 2006, San Bernardino was the 18th largest city in California, and the 101st largest city in the United States.  San Bernardino is part of the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario Metropolitan Area, which is the 14th largest in the U.S. and is commonly called the "Inland Empire"

San Bernardino Police Department Bail Bonds