One of the most stressful situations you can find yourself in is when a loved one gets arrested. It’s frustrating because you don’t know what you can do to help them and you want to do what it takes to get them out of jail. Speaking with a licensed bondsman can help relieve the burden you are facing and give you the support you need at this time.
For Siskiyou County bail bonds, call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-BAIL-BOND as soon as you learn of your loved one’s arrest. We will walk you through the bail bond process from start to finish.
Siskiyou County Sheriff
305 Butte St.
Yreka, CA 96097
Bail Bonds in Yreka
The men and women of the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office are committed to providing competent, effective and responsible public safety services to the residents and visitors of the community. There are nearly 45,000 residents in Siskiyou County, and the Department provides law enforcement services to those living in the unincorporated areas of the county.
The Department also provides law enforcement services to four cities in the county on a contract basis. These include Montague, Dunsmuir, Fort Jones, and Dorris.
In addition to standard law enforcement services, the Siskiyou Sheriff’s Office oversees jail operations and takes part in search and rescue operations throughout the county. The Search and Rescue Team consists of several full-time deputies as well as volunteers from the community.
ARREST & BOOKING
People arrested in Siskiyou County will be transported to the jail in Yreka for booking. This will include fingerprinting, mug shots, a background check and a warrant search. They will also be searched for contraband, and any personal belongings will be catalogued and held until their release from jail.
After booking is complete, and if there are no other warrants, a bail amount will be set according to the Siskiyou County bail schedule. The entire booking process could take several hours to complete, depending on how busy jail staff members are at the time an arrestee is brought in.
Each year, the county judge will review the bail schedule and make any necessary changes. When setting bail, the judge will always consider public safety first and foremost. More serious and violent crimes will be given higher bail amounts. If the defendant is a repeat offender or considered a flight risk, the judge may also decide to raise the bail. There are also incidences where the judge will decide to hold the defendant without bail, meaning the defendant will have to remain in jail until the case is resolved.
People with no criminal history, who are accused of a minor offense, and who have solid ties to the community may be set a lower bail amount. A judge may even decide to release them on their own recognizance, so long as the defendant agrees to appear for their court dates.
The bail bond process can be difficult to navigate, but when you speak with one of our agents, you’ll be surprised at how simple it can be. Our paperwork is easy to complete and can be done by phone, fax, email or in person.
When you call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-BAIL-BOND, we will answer all of your questions and get to work on a bail bond right away. We can post bail 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to the Siskiyou County Jail.
Last Updated: 08/05/2012