If you have any questions about bail, booking or someone arrested by the Lafayette Police Department, contact a licensed bondsman at 925-827-2245 or toll free at 1-888-224-5266 24/7.
LAFAYETTE BAIL BONDS
If a family member, friend or loved one has been arrested by the Lafayette Police Department, let 888-Bail-Bond be your first call. We will explain the details of the bail bond process to help to get you through this confidently.
The simple paperwork can be handled quickly by email, fax or phone in just a few short minutes.
Further, if you’d like, one of our experienced bail agents can meet with you directly at the jail. Trust us to handle your matter with respect, integrity and confidentiality.
For expert bail assistance in Lafayette call us locally at 925-827-2245 or toll-free at 888-224-5266 speak one-on-one to a professional, licensed bondsman.
The Lafayette Police Department is responsible for public safety, law enforcement, emergency operations and parking control.
Lafayette is regarded for its high quality of life with top rated schools, low crime rate, mild climate and oak tree-studded hills. It is located on 15 square miles in Contra Costa County, one of nine counties of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Department hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Lafayette Police Services Division provides contract law enforcement services to the community through a contract with the Contra Costa Sheriff's Department. The Department has 15 Sworn Officers, 5 Reserve Officers, 1 K9 "Doc" and 5 Non-Sworn Officers.
Police services include crime suppression, investigation, traffic enforcement, youth services, vehicle abatement, and community education. The Public Safety function of the Division encompasses the crossing guard program, the costs of which are shared with the Lafayette School District.
When someone has been arrested by the Lafayette Police Department, they will be transported to the Martinez Jail for booking and processing.
The booking process will usually include photographs (also known as mug-shots), fingerprints, and background checks. This process may take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours or more depending on the defendant’s situation.
Bail bonds my not be posted with the jail until the defendant is completely booked into the system. However, as professional bondsman we can get the process started by gathering information from you, providing you with information, contacting the jail and arranging bail.
It’s important to know that if the defendant is not bailed out of jail, he or she will usually remain in custody until their case has been handled in court.
Lafayette Police Department & Sheriff Station
3675 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
Suite 130 (Desco Plaza)
Lafayette, CA 94549
24 Hour Dispatch: (925)284-5010
Business Office Phone: (925) 283-3680
Last updated: 09/23/2014