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YOUR BAIL BOND RESOURCE

At Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, we can get the information you need on friends or loved ones inside the Central Jail fast, and then we’ll help you bail them out.

You will receive immediate assistance, just by calling a licensed bondsman 24x7.  We will walk you through every step of the bail bond process – over the phone, by fax or email. They can even meet you in person at your home, work or at the jail.

Our straight-forward, simple application only takes minutes to fill out and we have payment plans available if needed.

For San Francisco bail bonds, please call to speak directly to a bondsman at 415-831-2245.

All arrestees in San Francisco go to a County Jail run by the SFSD.

Defendants arrested at the Central Police Station will be taken to the station for information gathering, but then will be transported to one of the San Francisco County Jails.

Transfer from the SFPD Central Station to an SFSD jail occurs every two to four hours.

The SFPD Central Station, part of the San Francisco Police Department Metro Division, is located in the heart of the city.  It is surrounded by points of tourism (seven major tourist attractions in San Francisco are located in the Central District), commerce, entertainment and civic events. The Financial District, Chinatown, North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, and three famous hills: Telegraph, Nob and Russian also fall under their jurisdiction.

The District Police Commission Meeting is held every October at the Central Police Station.

Interestingly, the SFPD was one of the first police departments in the United States to hire Chinese-American and African-American officers, many of whom worked at Central Station.

The police of the Central Station work often with members of their community to address crime issues.  To that end, they have created a new Central District Community Advisory Board that addresses problems of local concern, and devises ways to make their district better.

Central Police Station
766 Vallejo St.
San Francisco, CA 94133

 

 

 

Latst updated: 10/11/2013