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This webpage contains information about the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department and the communities they serve. Each department listed below features a link to additional information.

For fast bail bond service at the Sacramento Main Jail or the Rio Consumnes Correctional Center, please call a Greg Rynerson Bail Bondsman.

We can give you arrest and bail information for any Sheriff’s Station or Jail in Sacramento County and provide immediate bail service. We are open 24/7 and can be reached by calling: 916-489-2245 or toll free at 888-224-5266.

SCSD DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department provides top notch public safety services for California’s capitol city and the rest of the county, too. They do so by working in tandem with other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, as well as citizen groups.

The SCSD strongly supports Community Policing, which assigns patrol officers, investigators and traffic officers to the same beat for a certain length of time, so that they can better get to know the people who live and work there.

The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department is large and diverse. It is made up of several different Divisions that function as branches of the main department.

Some of these divisions include the Sheriff's Executive Staff, which is administrative, and the Airport Division, which works with local and national law enforcement agencies to police the Sacramento International Airport. The department also runs a Centralized Investigations Bureau, which investigates child abuse, cold cases, and crimes against people.

The Gang Suppression Unit tackles crimes that are gang related. Still other specialty units include the Missing Persons, Property Crimes, Real Estate Crimes, Crime Scene Investigations, Robbery, and Sex Assaults/Elder Abuse.

A Field Support Division which oversees the Communications, Property and Records needs for the entire Department. And there’s even a hi-tech Crimes Division, which is a fairly new department that handles Identity Theft and Internet Crimes against children. The Metropolitan Division specializes in drug related crimes.

All of these departments, bureaus and units are peppered throughout an East, Central and North and South Divisions, which are the patrol sections Sacramento County has been divided into.

The Sheriff also manages the county’s jail system, which processes thousands of arrestees a year.

SCSD STATIONS & PATROL AREAS

Airport Division

The Sheriff’s Sacramento Airport Division provides law enforcement services for the Sacramento International Airport. Deputies work with airport staff and agencies to protect and serve passengers at this busy airport, 24/7.

(916) 874-0675

Central Division

The Sacramento Central Division includes the Florin Station and South Bureau Service Stations. Florin is the Division’s main station and the others are sub-stations.

(916)876-8309 Florin Service Center
(916)777-4196 Brannan Island Service Center
(916)776-2523 Walnut Grove Safety Center
(916) 875-0493 Marine Enforcement Detail /Wilton Service Center

Metropolitan Division

The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department Metropolitan Division specializes in mid- to-upper level illegal drug related crimes by identifying and investigating them for the county.

(916) 874-9056

North Division

The SCSD North Division’s main station is the Garfield Station. The North Division of the serves Carmichael, Fair Oaks, Gold River, Orangevale, Arden-Arcade, Foothill Farms, Antelope, North Highlands, Rio Linda, Elverta and the Garden Highway. This Division also has several service substations which are listed below.

(916) 874-1021 Garfield Station
(916) 487-4292 Carmichael Service Center
(916) 536-9880 Fair Oaks/Orangevale Service Center
(916) 876-5709 Northwest Area Service Center
(916) 876 5700 North Central Area Service Center

BAIL BONDS IN SACRAMENTO

Greg Rynerson Bail Bondsmen have complete access to all Sacramento County jails. Our bail applications only take minutes to complete and we can either fax or email them to you. We can also meet you in person. We are available 24/7 to help you understand the process of bail.

Two the most important components in this process are the relationship we have with the defendant and the cosigner. Once a defendant has been arrested they are given a court appearance date. They must meet all of their court dates to satisfy the requirements of the court and our bond contract.

A cosigner is a person that guarantees the bondsman the defendant will show up in court when he is required. If the defendant does not appear in court, the cosigner and the bondsmen are then jointly responsible for getting the defendant back into court within six months, or the full amount of the bail becomes due.

Most of the time these situations can be easily resolved. But as you can see, it is important to keep in mind the roles both the defendant and co-signer play when calling.

If you would like more information about this process, please contact: Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds for Sacramento locally at 916-489-2245 or toll free at 888-224-5266.

Sacramento Sheriff's Department Headquarters
711 G Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-1225
(916) 874-7146

Last upadated: 01/13/2014