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If someone you know has been arrested by the Huntington Beach Police Department they are brought to the station’s jail and held there until their first court date.

Release time takes anywhere from 2-10 hrs. After their court date, they are placed into the custody of the County Sheriff and could possibly end up in the Orange County Jail.

Fortunately, a Greg Rynerson Bail Bondsman can get you the information you need on friends or loved ones inside the Huntington Beach Jail – fast.  We will bail them out, too!

Our simple application takes minutes to complete by fax or email and we have payment plans available.  We can even meet you in person at your home, work or at the jail.

Please call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, anytime, toll free at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND for help in the Huntington Beach area.

Huntington Beach also has one of the largest recreational piers in the world, public parks, riding stables and equestrian trails, a marina, a wildlife preserve, and an eight-mile trail along the ocean specifically reserved for biking, inline skating, jogging and walking.

Professional sporting events like the U.S. Open of Surfing, AVP Pro Beach Volleyball and the Surf City USA Marathon are held here.  The Huntington Beach Art Center and the Huntington Beach Playhouse provide a wide variety of fine arts.

The Huntington Beach Police Department consists of five divisions: Executive, Administrative Operations, Uniform, and Investigations. Each division is made up of bureaus which have distinct duties when responding to the needs of the citizens and the Department.

The Executive Division operates out of the office of the Chief of Police. A Chief's Executive Officer oversees the Professional Standards Unit and the Community Liaison Bureau that is a part of this division.

The Administrative Operations Division is responsible for the Communications Bureau, Personnel Bureau, Support Services Bureau, and Budget Bureau.

This is basically the 9-1-1 center for the police department. It also has a Support Services which encompasses the Training unit, the Alarm office, fleet management and building maintenance and a budget bureau which handles payroll, accounting and grant management. .

The Uniform Division is the largest, being made up of line men – that is, the Patrol Bureau, Traffic-Aero Bureau, and Special Enforcement Bureau. In the Patrol Bureau, linemen use police cars, foot beats, and beach quads for patrol work.

The Traffic-Aero Bureau consists of motorcycle traffic officers, helicopter operations, parking control officers and crossing guards.

The Special Enforcement Bureau is made up of officers assigned to Directed Enforcement, Special Enforcement and Neighborhood Enhancement.

Finally, there’s the Investigation Division, which includes the Crimes Against Persons Unit, Crimes Against Property Unit and the Bunco/Forgery Unit, staffed by Detectives.

The HBPD also has a Jail, Records Bureau, Property Unit, Crime Lab and the Special Investigations Bureau.

PAY-N-STAY INMATE WORKER PROGRAM

The Huntington Beach Police have created a special Pay-N-Stay program, which is an alternative sentencing program for prisoners. It is fee based, and it is available to qualified men and women who have been convicted and sentenced for a misdemeanor offense to serve time in a city jail.

This program is a great alternative to serving a sentence in The OC Jail. Sentences are served on consecutive days that include weekends.

The Pay-N-Stay Program gives inmates the opportunity to work or attend school in the community while serving their sentences at night and on weekends. Checkout and check-in times are established based on the individual sentence.

Work Release Inmates are also able to attend Court ordered treatment during their stay.  P-N-S prisoners are kept separate from all other inmates.

As a part of their sentence, they perform chores like cleaning, laundry, trash removal and more.  Anyone who refuses to follow the rules is transferred to the Orange County Jail.

Since the Huntington Beach City Jail is limited in its size, defendants who are interested in this program need to submit an application, complete a medical questionnaire, and be interviewed prior to receiving approval.  Once an application is received, the Jail Staff interviews the applicant and discusses the programs to see if he/she is a good candidate.

All applicants who wish to serve their sentence in the Huntington Beach City Jail are required to test for Tuberculosis and been cleared within 90 days of starting sentence.  The test is the applicant’s responsibility and must be done with a licensed medical provider.

The Pay-N-Stay Worker program costs $125.00 for the first day and $75.00 for each day of the sentence. Accepted applicants will be required to make the first week's payment prior to starting their sentence. Inmates sentenced longer than one week make payments the 1st and 15th of each month until all payments are collected.

Once the sentence is successfully completed and all payments are made the inmate receives a letter of completion.

HUNTINGTON BEACH HISTORY

The coastal City of Huntington Beach is famous for a sunny Mediterranean climate. Internationally known as Surf City, it has eight miles of scenic, accessible beachfront -- the largest stretch of uninterrupted beach on the West Coast. In 1925, Duke Kahanamoku brought the sport of surfing to Huntington Beach and the Southern California shores.

The city’s first surf shop, Gordie’s Surf Boards, opened in here 1953.  Tourism remains a vital part of the city’s economy, as over 11 million visitors flock to Huntington Beach during the summer, on weekends and for special events.  202,250 residents live here year round.

Historically, the city’s origin can be traced back to one Spanish soldier, Manuel Nieto who, in 1784, received a Spanish land grant of 300,000 acres as a reward for his military service, which he named Rancho Los Nietos.  Huntington Beach became incorporated in 1909.

It was a sleepy seaside town but all that changed in the famous oil boom in the 1920’s, which caused the city to rapidly expand.

Another great institution in this city of sun and surf is the Huntington Beach Police Department, which employs 237 sworn police officers and 144 civilians. Huntington Beach is considered to be one of the ten safest cities in California by City Crime Rankings.

Its local officers provide many different types of services to their community, and some of these are: Patrol Officers, Detectives, Narcotic Officers, Directed Enforcement Team, Neighborhood Enhancement Team, SWAT, Beach Detail and the Aero Bureau. There are also Parking Control Officers, Records Clerks, Communication Operators, Crime Scene Investigators and Detention Officers.

Both city and beaches are patrolled by the police department in cars, quads, motorcycles, and helicopters.

Huntington Beach also has one of the largest recreational piers in the world, public parks, riding stables and equestrian trails, a marina, a wildlife preserve, and an eight-mile trail along the ocean specifically reserved for biking, inline skating, jogging and walking.

Professional sporting events like the U.S. Open of Surfing, AVP Pro Beach Volleyball and the Surf City USA Marathon are held here.  The Huntington Beach Art Center and the Huntington Beach Playhouse provide a wide variety of fine arts.

Huntington Beach Police Department
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, California 92648
Phone: (714) 960-8811

If we can help you with Huntington Beach bail bonds or jail information, please call to speak with a bondsman 24x7 at 888-Bail-Bond (1-888-224-5266).

Last updated: 10/28/2013