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If you need to post bail for a friend, loved one or family member arrested in San Pablo, let us be your number one choice.

When you contact Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, a licensed bondsman will be ready to work quickly and efficiently. We’ll ask you a few quick questions to get the bail process started.

It is helpful for you to provide us information such as the arrestees’ name, date of birth and when they were arrested, if you know it. If not, we can work with the San Pablo Police Department directly for full information.

We offer a fast and easy way of handling the required bail paperwork just by using fax or email. We've simplified the bail process and use the latest technology to implement the fastest release possible.  In San Pablo, or anywhere in California it’s easy to handle all of your bail bond needs with us.

Give us a call for immediate bail bonds in San Pablo at 510-864-2245 or toll-free 888-224-5266 anytime day or night.

SAN PABLO POLICE DEPARTMENT & JAIL INFORMATION

The San Pablo Police Department is a full service community-based law enforcement agency, consisting of fifty-seven (57) sworn police officers and twenty-one (21) civilian employees. The Department strives to offer exceptional police service to the public and works diligently to ensure that the public’s safety and welfare remains paramount to that mission.

The police agency's Administration is separated into three major divisions; Patrol, Investigations, and Support Services; and managed by the Chief of Police, a Captain, three Lieutenants, and ten Sergeants.

Those taken into custody by the San Pablo Police Department will be transferred to the Martinez jail. During the booking process, the defendant may be interviewed, fingerprinted, booked and necessary reports will need to be filled out and entered into the system.

BAIL RESPONSIBILITIES & COSTS

When bailing someone out of the Martinez Jail, they should be released within 2 to 4 hours, depending upon their individual case. However, once bailed out, it is very important that the indemnitor (the signer of the bail bond) makes sure the defendant attends every court date without fail.

A warrant for their arrest may be issued by the judge if they do fail to appear. This is also called a “forfeiture.” Generally, a missed court appearance is usually a simple mistake which can be corrected with a phone call to our bail company.

A bail bond in San Pablo, as well in all of California by law will generally cost a fee of 10%. For example, if the bail amount is set at $20,000, the fee will be $2,000. Our company never charges additional fees or taxes for a bail bond.

You will always be aware of the the exact cost of the bond prior to signing the bail bond contract.

As a convenience to our clients, we also offer various bond payment options. We accept cash, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover as payment. Most of our clients like the convenience of using their credit card, which can be the fastest way of obtaining a bail bond.

REPUTABLE SAN PABLO BONDSMAN

Because there are so many options when it comes to choosing the right San Pablo bail bondsman, it's best to do your homework to determine who will work the best on behalf of you and your family. Always deal with a licensed, reputable agent who will explain all fees and charges prior to asking you to sign a bail contract.

We' ve been in the bail industry since the 1970's and are proud to be A+ members of the Better Business Bureau. Trust us to get the job done professionally, honestly and ethically.

We are your trusted bail bond resource for San Pablo, and Contra Costa County. When you need the help of a bondsman, feel free to call 24/7 with any questions at toll-free (888) 224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND.

City of San Pablo Police Department
13880 San Pablo Ave.
San Pablo, CA 94806
(510) 215-3130

Hours of operation are from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Last updated: 11/16/2013