If a family member, friend or loved one has been arrested in Laguna Niguel, let us answer your questions, explain the important details of the bail bond process and help to get you through this with ease.
The simple bail paperwork can easily be handled quickly and confidentially by phone in just a few short minutes. And, if you’d like, a licensed bail bondsman can meet with you directly at the jail. Or, for the fastest service, we use the latest technology to have your loved one out of jail and back at home by completing necessary bail forms by email or fax.
From start to finish, everything can be handled conveniently and quickly allowing the defendant to be released from jail in the shortest amount of time.
To pay for the bail bond, we accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Or, if you qualify, we can set up a payment plan that makes paying for the bond comfortable for you. Read more about bail bond payment options.
For Laguna Nigel bail bonds, call us toll-free, nationwide at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266) and speak with a licensed bondsman.
The Laguna Niguel Police Department, is provided by contract from the South Orange County Sheriff's Department. Individuals arrested in Laguna Niguel will be taken to one of the jails operated by the OCSD. The LNPD staff is supervised by a Lieutenant who oversees 36 community services officers, deputies, investigators and sergeants. They have a wide variety of law enforcement services available to Laguna Niguel residents.
Some of these are: the Emergency Preparedness Program, Elderly Support Program (ESP), Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch, Apartment Watch, Citizen's Academy, Teen Academy, parenting classes and the Police Auxiliary Citizen's Team (PACT). It also supports another unique program that promotes public safety and awareness: It’s called Auxiliary Communications and it involves communicating via radio. ACS controls the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) and the American Radio Relay League’s Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES).
The ACS is made up of dedicated and FCC licensed ham radio operators who donate their time during emergencies and disasters. The ACS is activated by the Laguna Niguel Chief of Police to assist in the event of a disaster or emergency.
Another police service, Animal Control is provided by the Mission Viejo Animal Control -- thanks to another contract with that city. It is regulated by City codes and the County Health Care Agency. The officers shelter and license animals, as well as provide field services, and public education programs. The Laguna Niguel Police encourage the public to learn all they can about their department and services.
BAIL BONDSMAN INFORMATION
If someone you know has been arrested in Laguana Niguel, then you owe it to yourself to call an experienced bail bondsman who can really help you.
Call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266.
If you tell us the arrestee’s name, DOB, where and what time they were arrested along with the bail bond amount, we’ll find them fast. If you don't have this information, that’s okay, we can still help you.
We’ll walk you through the bail bond and application process step-by-step. It just takes minutes, and we can do it together over the phone, by fax, email or in person. Once you are qualified, we’ll send one of our licensed bondsmen to the jail to post the bond. It’s that easy!
A Greg Rynerson Bail Bondsman is standing by, 24/7; ready to help in the Laguna Niguel area or throughout California.
The City of Laguna Niguel is one of the safest in Orange County. The name "Laguna Niguel" comes from the Spanish word "Laguna" which translates to “lagoon” and the word "Nigueli" which was the name of a Juaneno Indian village that once thrived here.
When California became a Mexican territory in 1821, it became known as Rancho Niguel. A local San Juan Capistrano resident, Juan Avila, was given this land through a Mexican land grant in 1842. He retained his ownership until 1865. It would take almost 100 years to pass before Laguna Niguel was purchased by a realty company that developed it as one of the first master planned communities in California in 1959.
Laguna Niguel was the 29th city in the County of Orange to officially incorporate in 1989. Today, it is 13.8 square miles in size with a population of 67,000 residents. It is famous for its Aliso & Wood Canyons Regional Park, which contains petro glyphs etched by native people.
POLICE DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION
Laguna Niguel Police Department
27801 La Paz Road
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
South Orange Count Sheriff
30143 Crown Valley Parkway
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
Last updated: 10/30/2013