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When you call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds for help, remember that you can contact us at anytime during this process (including filling out one of our easy applications).

A live and licensed bail bondsman will be happy to answer your questions or help you with the paperwork.

One of our main goals is to make sure the friends and family of an arrestee receive fast, and professional bail bond services, too!  We also want to get you back to normal, a.s.a.p., after such a stressful experience.

Our application only takes minutes to fill out and we can send it to you by email, or meet you in person.  Our bondsmen appreciate your business and look forward to providing you with the most confidential bail bond consultation in Orange County.

Call for Seal Beach bail bonds, 24/7 at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND.

Members of the Seal Beach Police Department are dedicated to providing high quality police service, especially when it comes to protecting lives and property. They work in a cooperative partnership with all segments of their community as part of a continuous effort achieve this goal for their population of 24,098 citizens.

The police have been doing this for quite awhile -- ever since the City of Seal Beach was incorporated back in 1915. As the area changed from a small coastal village to a larger city, it was determined there should be some person for law enforcement.

The city began with a Deputy Marshal on a part-time basis. Within a few years it was apparent that more personnel were needed so, in 1927, the city added two deputies and designated the Marshal as their new Police Chief. Since that time there have been 13 Chiefs of Police.

The Seal Beach Police Department currently employs thirty Police Officers, twenty-five professional employees, up to ten Reserve Police Officers, 65+ Volunteers-in-Policing, and 50+ Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers.  Their officers are challenged by a variety of assignments that constantly test their ability to make important decisions, use sound judgment and call upon their professional training.

In order to remain on the forefront of policing, the Seal Beach Police Department strives to recruit and retain only the highest quality employees. From the Chief to the newest employee, all maintain a strong sense of commitment and service to the city.

Every year, this department hosts an Annual Seal Beach Police Association Polar Plunge on the sand, just west of the pier.  Participants are given hot coffee before their ice cold dip in the sea, and then they all gather on Main Street for a late breakfast.   The police do this to raise money for the Special Olympics of Southern California.  And they always get a kick out of reminding participants:  No wetsuits allowed!

Seal Beach is located on the coast of northwestern Orange County. Its about  11.97 square miles in size and it’s considered to be the gateway to Orange County, nestled as it is, between the cities of Long Beach and Huntington Beach.  Throughout the years, Seal Beach has managed to hang onto its quaint, small-town atmosphere.

It is the home of the 5,256-acre Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, and the 920-acre Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge, which comprises 2/3 of the land within the 13.23 square-mile City.

The City’s beautiful beaches and pleasant weather attracts more than 2,000,000 visitors each year, making recreation an important factor in the local economy and keeping members of their police force busy.

To accommodate these visitors, Seal Beach maintains a municipal pier, a beach park and a skate park. The town even featured a beach-side amusement park long before Disneyland was founded inland.

The major employer in Seal Beach is the Boeing Company, which helped develop NASA's Apollo manned space flight missions to the Moon and the Skylab program. Today, Boeing is the world's largest satellite manufacturer.

Seal Beach Police Department
911 Seal Beach Boulevard
Seal Beach, CA 90740-5699
(562) 799-4100 or (562) 795-8990

Last updated: 10/30/2013