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PLACENTIA BAIL BONDS

When you need help with Placentia bail bonds, be sure to look for a company with longevity and a good reputation.  Avoid any bondsman who offer illegal bail discounts, employs unethical practices or who engages in illegal bail solicitation of your business.

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We’ve been helping individuals and families for over forty years. We are also A+ rated members of the Better Business Bureau, so you can trust that we will treat you with honesty and professionalism.

We are open 24/7 including weekends and holidays.  If you need a bail bond for someone who has been arrested by the Placentia Police Call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, toll free at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND.

The Placentia Police Department is an ever-growing, ever-changing organization, too.  It provides many and widely varied community involvement and law enforcement programs for the city it serves.

The Placentia Police Department is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week, but they lock the front door at 11:00pm. If the front door is locked, use the phone to the left of it.  An officer will come and assist you.

This department has recently cultivated services specifically designed to reduce the crime and traffic accident rate.  These include the identification and arrest of criminal offenders, follow-up investigations, a crime prevention patrol, a traffic enforcement patrol, delinquency prevention, laboratory services, and property custody.

Another goal of the Placentia Police department is to stop crime before it starts.  To that end, they have instituted a Burglary and Robbery Prevention Program aimed at making the public feel at ease in their homes and in the community.

Other community oriented programs aimed at strengthening ties with the locals are the Neighborhood Watch Program, Radio Watch, Crossing Guard Program, the Police Explorer Post for young people, a Reserve Officer Program, Volunteers in Police Program, Police Chaplains Program and the Ride Along Program.

An Administrative Services division oversees General Investigations (Detectives), Special Enforcement Detail (Detectives), TARGET (Gang Task Force), OCATT (Orange County Auto Theft Task Force), Records & Communications, Property & Evidence, Facility & Fleet Maintenance and the departmental budget.

The Placentia Police Department is particularly proud of its specialty teams, three of which are highlighted here. Their bicycle team has been around since 1994 and officers are trained in a school that emphasizes physical conditioning, bicycle handling skills, tactics, bicycle maintenance and light repairs.

The bicycle team rides as an extension of normal patrol functions; enforcing municipal, traffic and criminal codes and assisting other officers, like detectives, in surveillance.

Another department is the Canine “K-9” program, which began in 1988. The Canine Unit helps locate and arrest felony criminal offenders and detect drugs. It involves true teamwork between each highly trained dog and his handler.

The Placentia Police Department also participates as a member of the North County Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT). This organization consists of well trained and equipped police officers, detectives, dispatchers and paramedics who are involved in citizen rescues like barricaded suspects and hostages.

They also deal with dangerous warrant services, dangerous suicidal individuals; protect VIPS and many more high profile services.

The city of Placentia, although officially incorporated in 1926, can trace its roots back to 1837 when the Mexican Governor granted a Ranch known as the San Juan Cajon De Santa Ana to one Juan Ontiveros.

This land grant included the area of which Placentia was a part. Many other settlers arrived here in the years that followed.  In 1876, at the suggestion of a settler named Sarah Ann McFadden, the area was named "Placentia", which means "pleasant place to live" in Spanish.

The city’s climate and rich land are well suited to the raising of citrus, walnuts, avocados, and grapes. Soon, Placentia became the center of Valencia orange growing and packing. Today, it is still a fast-growing community of 45,000 residents.

Placentia Police Department
401 East Chapman Avenue
Placentia, CA 92870
Phone: 714-993-8164

Last updated: 10/28/2013