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If someone you care for has been arrested by the Covina Police Department and jailed, our bail bonds company can help.

We're experts in the Los Angeles County jail systems and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your most immediate questions.

Let a knowledgeable bondsman explain the bail bond process so you’ll know exactly what to expect. We will work to have your friend, family member or loved one released as quickly as possible.

For additional booking, bail or inmate charges, please phone 24 hours a day for fast Covina bail bonds information at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).

WHY BAIL OUT?

When a person is arrested, the legal system has 72 hours, or three business days, for the defendant to state their case before a Judge.

Many people are unable to wait in jail for this long because of work, school,  family or other commitments. When they are bailed out, they will have time to get legal representation or take care of other responsibilities prior to their court date.

It is for this very reason we recommend bailing someone out as quickly as possible. Our knowledgeable bondsmen can answer any question you have about the bail process and guide you through it from start to finish.

PROFESSIONAL COVINA BONDSMAN

A caring, professional bondsman always puts customer satisfaction first. We pride ourselves in our commitment to excellence when it comes to helping those in need of bail. We'll always take the time to explain the bail bond fees in advance of your signing any paperwork.

Additionally, we offer convenient and flexible bail financing for those who qualify and can in most cases, process a bail bond without the use of collateral. We accept all major credit cards, and you may also pay in cash. Trust us to help you get through this.

Our expert bail agents can offer fast information regarding the defendant. Then, they'll work quickly to procure their release.

Call us for immediate assistance in Covina at toll- free (888) 224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND.

COVINA POLICE DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION

The mission of the men and women of the Covina Police Department is to prevent or reduce crime and to improve the quality of life in the City of Covina. The members of Covina Police Department strive to provide excellent customer service to the citizens they serve.

Service Area Policing allows citizens to contact the lieutenant who is responsible for specific areas of the city for non-emergency issues. It is a more citizen-friendly style of policing that provides for increased police accountability, personalized service to residents and business owners, increased citizen satisfaction and communication with the Police Department, and an improved neighborhood quality of life.

When someone has been arrested and taken into custody in Covina, they will likely be taken to the Covina Police Department station jail for booking and processing into the system. The booking process can include, obtaining the inmate’s personal information, taking their photograph (also referred to as a mug shot), taking their fingerprints and a conducting a background check of their records.

When a bond has been posted, release from this smaller jail can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours, depending on the individual case and how busy the facility is. If they are not bailed out quickly, once they are finished being processed at the station they will either be transported to Twin Towers in Los Angeles if they are male or the Lynwood Jail if they are female.

We always recommend bailing someone out of the smaller police department jails for a much faster release time. If they are transferred to one of the main county jails, release time can take from 12 to 24 hours or more in some cases.

However, bail can usually be posted at most Los Angeles County jails, 24-hours a day.

Covina Police Department
444 North Citrus Avenue
Covina, CA 91723-2065
(626) 858-4413

Last Updated:  11/27/2014