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At Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, we’ll help you fill out your bail bond application by email, phone or fax. Our goal is to make what seems like a complicated process, an easy one for you.

Why? Because we understand that when you’re dealing with a friend or loved one who has been arrested, the last thing on your mind should be paperwork.

Our bail bond staff believes it is their high level of support, knowledge and confidentiality that make all the difference in the world, when it comes to getting an arrestee released from jail fast.

We are a family owned business with a 40 year history of success. We do all the work ourselves, ensuring that the best and brightest in the business are at your disposal 24/7, weekends and holidays.

If you have any questions about posting bail in the Lake Forest and Orange County areas, please contact Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, immediately at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND.

Police Services for Lake Forest are provided by the Orange County Sheriff's Department (O.C.S.D.),  operating out of the San Juan Capistrano Sheriff Station.

They include patrol, traffic enforcement, accident analysis and investigation, parking enforcement, general and special investigations, and the Community Support Unit. A Lieutenant manages their staff of five Sergeants, three Investigators, 38 Deputies, an Investigative Assistant, five Community Services Officers, and a Crime Prevention Specialist.

The Chief of Police Services is also the department head for public safety and part of his job is to maintain daily contact with the residents, city employees and officials. During significant events or emergency situations, he provides them with pertinent information and decides what course of action the LFPD will take to protect the citizens and the city's interests. He also commands all of the police personnel during any local emergency or natural disaster.

The Lake Forest Police staff use statistical information assess crime trends, traffic issues and identify specific areas of concern in their city. They also provide many community programs, like Crime Prevention. Some of these programs include a Business Watch, Neighborhood Watch, Business and Home Security Checks, community events and school resources.

For more information, you can call a Lake Forest Crime Prevention Specialist at (949) 461-3546.

The OC sheriff’s department supports the Lake Forest Police with narcotics suppression programs, a Gang Enforcement Team, a Mounted Unit, Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT), Hostage Negotiations, and Deputy Sheriffs Reserve Unit. Many of these officers volunteer their time for city events like the Lake Forest Annual 4th of July Parade.

A Sheriff's Team of Active Retired Seniors (S.T.A.R.S.) also plays a role in Lake Forest police affairs. The seniors assist Lake Forest Police Services by helping them run vacation home checks, business checks, Watch programs, van patrol, radar display board trailer, assist with both Code Enforcement and Public Works, City Park Watch, clerical support, the child fingerprinting program, special events, and Seniors Offering Support.

Lake Forest used to be the unincorporated area of El Toro. It was settled in the late 1800s officially became a city in 1991. This city boasts 78,000 people who reside in an area of about 17 square miles. Lake Forest is currently the most densely populated city in South Orange County. It contains two lakes from which it gets its name. They are man-made, with condominiums and custom homes lining their shores.

Lake Forest is the 10th safest city in our nation, thanks to the Community Policing relationship that the OC Sheriff’s Department has created between itself, the residents and the city council.

When someone has been arrested in Lake Forest, they will typically be taken to the the Orange County Central Jail, (OCJ) which is the main jail facility located in Santa Ana. The booking process generally includes photographs, fingerprints, and background checks.

It’s important to know that depending upon how busy these jails are, it typically takes from 4 to 6 hours for their bail information to be posted to the general public. Therefore, beginning the bail process as early as possible is always recommended for a much faster release from jail.

However, commonly at the Orange County Jail, they will accept a bond from a bondsman and expedite processing of the defendant as they are able.

Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds can walk you through every step of the bail bond process so you understand how it works. For information on an inmate in custody at any Orange County jail, you may call 24/7 to speak with a licensed bail bondsman.

We can always provide you with further arrest and bail information for Lake Forest and Orange County. Call us locally at 949-733-2245.

LAKE FOREST POLICE DEPARTMENT

Lake Forest Police Department
949-461-3541

Last updated: 10/30/2013