If someone you know has been arrested by the Bell Police Department, let a licensed, professional bondsman help you any time day or night with a free consultation.
We understand the Los Angeles County bail system and are ready to help you.
They will take the time to explain the bail process and will work quickly to have your friend or family member released from custody as quickly as possible.
With the latest technology available to us, we can get the simple paperwork to you quickly by fax, email or e-sign. Just give us a call and let us know what works best for you.
For answers to your immediate questions about bail bonds in Bell, call us anytime 24/7 at toll-free 888 224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND.
BELL POLICE DEPARTMENT & JAIL INFORMATION
Courteous service to the community has been the hallmark of the Bell Police Department since 1927. Residents work with law enforcement to prevent crime.
The Bell Police Explorer program provides special training to Bell youth to prepare them for a career in law enforcement. Training includes elements of discipline, self-control, physical fitness, military drill, and academics.
When a person has been arrested in Bell, they will be transported to the Bell Police Department station for processing and booking into the system.
The booking process generally consists of the defendant being fingerprinted, photographed and a background check will be conducted. Once booked and processed, they may be eligible for release from jail.
If bail is not posted for the defendant, they will be held until their arraignment. Arraignment will usually take place within two business days. For example, if someone is arrested on Thursday night, they would generally be arraigned on the following Monday morning.
By law in California the bail bond fee will cost 10% of the total amount of bail. For example, if the bail amount is $20,000; you will be charged $2,000 to have them released. This amount is non-refundable.
While most of our clients choose to pay by major credit card, we also accept cash.
Additionally, we offer our clients creative and flexible bail bond payment options.
When you’re ready to post a bond at the Bell Police Department, Twin Towers or Lynwood Jail, we’re ready to help you.
BELL BAIL BONDS
When it comes to deciding whether or not to post bail, we always recommend starting the bail bond process as quickly as possible, prior to a transfer.
If the defendant is transferred to the Twin Towers Jail, or Lynwood Jail, it may result in as much as 12 to 16 hours of additional time in custody.
Call us for additional bail, charge and booking information. We're here to answer your Bell bail bonds questions and are always happy to help.
Call anytime at 888-224-5266. A licensed, professional bondsman will start working with the Bell Police Deparment immediately to have your family member or friend out of jail and back home soon.
Bell Police Department
6326 Pine Ave.
Bell, CA 90201
The station is open 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays.
Last updated: 11/26/2014