BAIL BONDS INFORMATION
The college experience is supposed to focus on a student’s education, but there are often times when one finds themselves in trouble with the law even on campus. If a loved one has been arrested by campus police at UC Riverside, you may be uncertain what your options are for helping them.
BAIL BOND PROCESS
When you call our office at 1-888-224-5266, an agent will need to gather some basic information about your loved one, such as their full name, date of birth, address and employment information, list of charges and bail amount. After the bond has been approved, we can get started on completing the forms and going over your responsibilities as cosigner of the agreement. Once paperwork is complete, we will decide on the method of payment. This can be done with cash or credit card, and in many cases we can make a payment plan. There is usually no need for collateral when securing a bond with us. We will then be able to post the bond to the jail where your loved one is being held, allowing them to be released in as little time as possible. We know how overwhelming it can be when a loved one is sitting in jail. They are hoping that you will find a way to get them out of jail quickly, and you want to do whatever it takes to make it happen. Greg Ryerson Bail Bonds has been helping clients all across the state for nearly 40 years. For UC Riverside bail bonds call 888-224-5266, a licensed bondsman will help guide you through the bail bond process, and will work quickly for a fast jail release.
ARREST AND BOOKING
When someone is arrested on campus, they will be taken to the nearest holding facility for booking. This consists of fingerprinting, mug shots, background checks and a warrant search. Once booking is complete, we will be able to post a bail bond for their release at any time.
UC RIVERSIDE PDUCR Police Department 3500 Canyon Crest Dr. Riverside, CA 92521 951-827-5222 The officers of the University of California Riverside Campus Police strive to enhance the quality of life for students, faculty and staff in the campus community and ensure a safe and secure environment. The department was established in 1954 on the Riverside campus. The campus CSO program employs students on campus in order to maintain a link between the department and the campus community.
Last Updated: 12/26/2013