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If you know someone who has been arrested in Palm Desert, you are likely looking for jail, inmate and bail bonds information.

We understand this is probably your first need for our services. The Rynerson family has been providing bail bonds in Palm Desert since 1971. We have experience and compassion.

A bondsman at Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds is available to you 24 hours a day to explain the bail bonds process and help defendants get released from jail quickly.

Call for Palm Desert information at 888-Bail-Bond (1-888-224-5266) to speak with a bondsman immediately.

Palm Desert was first known as Old MacDonald Ranch, but the name was changed to Palm Village in 1920 to mark the planting of date palms. The city also once served as a training ground for General George Patton’s Third Army troops and tank battalions.

Today, Palm Desert is a popular retreat for "snowbirds" from colder climates that swell its population by an estimated 31,000 each winter.  Aging baby boomers make up the other half of this city’s still growing population.

The Palm Desert Police Department is dedicated to providing its citizens, business owners, and visitors with a safe and pleasant environment in which to enjoy the city.  Their motto is: "Professionals Who Care."

The department operates under a contract by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department since Palm Desert’s founding in 1973. It is staffed by 78 sworn deputy sheriffs and 36 of them man the patrol division.

The other officers handle special assignments like the Traffic Division, Special Enforcement Teams, School Resource Officer and Narcotics Enforcement. The deputy sheriff's positions are further supported by sworn administrational personnel. The PD Police-Sheriff contract also contains several non-sworn positions for station operations and to support field services.

The PD Patrol Division responds to all calls for police service either through their 911 system, or through non-emergency phones. They initially investigate thefts, burglaries, robberies, assaults, and all other felony, misdemeanor crimes. Upon completion of the initial investigation, the case is either suspended or handed over to the Investigations Division for more intense study.

The Palm Desert Police Department adheres to the concept of Community Oriented Policing. To do this, they give officers regular beat assignments.  They also operate two off-site Police Sub-Stations. One sub-station is located at 42-305 Washington St., Suite E (for citizens on the east side of the city).  The address of the second substation is: 72-990 Hwy 111.

The PDPD is very proud of its Motorcycle Team, which is staffed by motor officers that come from a wide range of law enforcement and military backgrounds.

Since the mid-1980's, they have also operated a unit called the T-400 Target Team that supports the Patrol Division. This team consists of one sergeant, three deputies, a gang suppression officer and a community oriented policing officer. It is the Target Team that conducts the follow-up investigations of burglaries, thefts, and various other crimes to keep patrol officers in the field and available for further calls.

The Target Team is also responsible for specialized security at Palm Desert civic and community events, as well as a bicycle patrol unit.  Working on bicycle patrol gives the Target Team officers direct contact with citizens, business owners and visitors in those parts of the city where traffic is heavier.

Meanwhile, the Palm Desert Station Investigations Bureau takes care of the rest of the city as well as the Cove Communities. This Bureau’s Detectives handle robbery, assaults, sex crimes and child abuse, and property crimes, as well as missing persons, runaways and domestic violence investigations. Nothing makes them happier than solving these cases and recovering stolen property.

The City of Palm Desert funds two School Resource Officer positions, one for Palm Desert Middle School and one for Palm Desert High School. These officers protect the campuses and interact with the students to give them a positive image of law enforcement.  Both The Riverside County Sheriff's Department and the Palm Desert Police Department also support the Law Enforcement Explorer Program, which gives youth the chance to learn more about career opportunities offered in the law enforcement profession.

BAIL BONDS FOR YOU

At Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, we only charge one cost-of-service-fee that is just ten percent of the total bail amount, known as the bail premium.

This is the legal charge for a bondsman to post a bond, so anyone that offers a substantial discount or overcharges you is breaking the law.

But if you’re facing a hefty bail bond premium charge that you can’t afford to pay in full, don’t worry.  Whatever your financial situation is, our bondsmen can almost always work out a payment plan for you.

We’re also happy to answer all of your questions at no charge.

Please call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds 24/7 at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND for all your bail bond needs in the Palm Desert area.

POLICE-SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Palm Desert Police-Sheriff Department
73520 Fred Waring Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92260-2524
(760) 836-1600

Hours: 8:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday-Friday, except holidays. The lobby is partially staffed after regular hours until 11:00PM, and from 8:00 AM to 11:00PM on all holidays and weekends.

Last updated: 12/19/2013