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FAST, PROFESSIONAL BAIL BONDSMAN

Getting arrested can be expensive, embarrassing and downright scary.

When a jail inmate calls our company for bail bond help, we do everything possible to get that inmate released as quickly as possible.

We maintain a 24 hour staff to assist our clients. Don't be afraid to call us collect at 3:00am, because we will be ready.

Usually, we'll have our clients released from a Santa Cruz jail in 2-4 hours.

The majority of our Santa Cruz County bail bonds are conducted by fax or e-mail. Customers can relax in the comfort of their home or office.

SANTA CRUZ CRIMES

Santa Cruz is a unique area of California. It became a leader to test the states medical marijuana program. The city council started an office that assisted local residents on how to obtain medical marijuana for personal use.

Later, Measure K was passed by voters and the result made marijuana laws the lowest priority of police. We find that a high number of our bail bonds are drug related.

Our bail bond company has found that most crimes in Santa Cruz are relatively minor compared to other regions of California.

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL INFORMATION

The Santa Cruz Jail system is run by the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Department and consists of the following jails and locations:

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL
259 Water Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone (831) 454-2444

This is the Main Jail for Santa Cruz County and is the County's only "booking facility". This jail has an average daily population of about 400 inmates. About 14,000 detainees are processed each year.

BLAINE STREET JAIL
(Women's Detention Center)
141 Blaine, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone; (831) 454-2177

The Blaine Street Jail is the primary women's jail in Santa Cruz County. Generally, all women arrested in the county will be taken to Blaine Street.

ROUNDTREE MINIMUM
100 Roundtree Ln.
Watsonville, CA 95073
Phone: (831) 454-5112

Currently Closed.

ROUNDTREE MEDIUM FACILITY
90 Roundtree Ln.
Watsonville, CA 95073
Phone: (831) 454-5112

Additional information about Rountree Jail.

JUVENILE DETENTION FACILITY
"Juvenile Hall"
3650 Graham Hill Road
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Phone (831) 454-3800

BOOKING PROCESS

  1. Detainees are walked through a metal detector.
  2. Personal effects are removed from the detainee.
  3. Problem detainees and / or women are put into separate areas.
  4. Drug / Drunken inmates are put into a special area for a minimum of 5 hours. If the inmate can't function after 5 hours, they are transferred to a medical area for further evaluation.
  5. Agitated arrestees may be placed into restraint chairs or private cells.
  6. Detention officers will review the suspect's crime to determine probable cause for arrest.
  7. Suspects are fingerprinted and photographed.
  8. Fingerprints are run through a computer system that attempts to match fingerprints to those maintained in the database.
  9. Inmates are placed into proper cells according to personality, race, type of crime and other criteria.
  10. At this final stage, detainees are likely eligible for bail.

LEGAL RESOURCES

As a bail bond company, we can't provide legal assistance regarding your case. You might choose to hire a private attorney. The cost of a private attorney can be expensive. Alternatively, some individuals can choose the "public defender". Often the cost of a public defender is based on your ability to pay. Other individuals may choose to represent themselves.

Why Use Us?

Clients repeatedly compliment us on our professionalism, which they don't expect from a bail bondsman. This extra customer service focus helps the defendant and family endure an already challenging situation. All of our bondsmen are licensed, expertly trained and highly professional.

Why Rynerson Bail Bonds

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FAST BAIL BOND SERVICE IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY

We provide bail bonds for these cities of Santa Cruz County. Additionally, we can service most areas in the entire state of California. We accept all forms of payment; including cash, credit card, checks and collateral.

Amesti
Aptos
Aptos Hills
Ben Lomond
Beulah Park
Bonny Doon
Boulder Creek
Brackney
Brookdale
Camp Evers
Capitola
Chittenden
Corralitos
Davenport
Day Valley
Ellicott
Felton
Forest Park
Forest Springs
Freedom
Glen Arbor
Glenwood
Gordola
Interlaken
La Selva Beach
Larkin Valley
Laurel
Live Oak
Lompico
Majors
Mission Springs
Monte Toyon
Mount Hermon
Olympia
Opal Cliffs
Paradise Park
Pasatiempo
Redwood Grove
Rincon
Rio Del Mar
Riverside Grove
Rob Roy Junction
San Lorenzo Park
Santa Cruz
Scotts Valley
Seabright
Soquel
Swanton
The Willows
Twin Lakes
Watsonville
Wildwood
Zayante
University of Santa Cruz Police 

You likely have many questions and concerns and we're here to help you through the process. We offer:

Free 24-Hour Phone Consultations – you will speak directly with a professional Santa Cruz bail bondsman, likely a Rynerson family member, who can quickly explain how a bail bond works and how this applies to your needs.
Fast Bail Service throughout Santa Cruz County – Bail bonds can be arranged by fax and email or fast phone approvals to help get your loved one out of jail quickly. If meeting in person is more to your comfort, we'll come to you or you can meet us at the office or the jail. Once the process is complete, we post the bond within the hour to obtain the quickest release possible.
Bail Bond Payment Options – All major credit cards are accepted. You may also choose to pay in cash. If financing a bail bond is necessary and you qualify, we're here for you with no financing charges. Often, collateral is not required.
Need More Information on Santa Cruz County Bail Bonds – Please see our Frequently Asked Questions or call us now toll-free 888-224-5266. 

 

Last updated: 10/03/2013