When you contact Greg Rynreson Bail Bonds for assistance in Redlands, an expert bondsman will offer fast information and provide you with the defendant's arrest, booking and charge details.
When you call, it's helpful if you can provide us information such as the bail amount, and basic information about the defendant such length of time they've lived in their current residence, and employment. If you don't know this information, that's not a problem. We can still help you.
When the bond has been approved, simple bail forms will need to be signed. Both the bail application and contract are very easy to understand documents, and we can get them to you conveniently by email or fax. Once our licensed bondsman has collect basic information about the defendant’s situation, we can get moving quickly for their release.
You should be aware that the fee in California for a bail bond is generally set at 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if the full bail amount is $25,000, your cost would be $2,500. These rates are non-negotiable and are established by the California Department of Insurance. There are never any hidden fees or taxes included in this premium.
We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Additionally, we can provide you a no interest, flexible payment plan when you qualify. Please ask the bondsman that you speak with for further information about our bail payment plans.
Call us anytime of the day or night for bail information on someone arrested in Redlands. We'll gladly get moving on bailing them out as quickly as possible at 888-224-5266 or 909-939-4244.
REDLANDS POLICE DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION
Every member of the Redlands Police Department performs his or her duties and responsibilities in the context of the community policing philosophy. Community Policing and Problem Solving is a department-wide philosophy and strategy that places major emphasis on the interaction, cooperation, and collaboration of its personnel with the city’s residential and business communities
When arrested by the Redlands Police Department, defendants will be transported to the Central Detention Center or (CDC) for booking and processing . If they are not released on bail, or they have a medical condition, they may get transferred to the West Valley Detention Center jail located in Rancho Cucamonga.
The booking process usually entails background checks, fingerprints, photographs, checking for any previous warrants and finally, processing the arrestee into the jail’s computer system.We can post a bond at these facilities 24 hours a day. If the defendant is not bailed out of jail, they will remain in custody until their first arraignment which can take up to 48 hours.
We realize that everyday people can make simple mistakes. If someone you care for has been arrested in Redlands we can help. Call us today for a no-cost consulation and we'll walk you through all of the bail details.
For expert assistance in Redlands, speak to a licensed bondsman at toll-free at 888-224-5266 or locally at 909-939-4244. We'll answer your call 24 hours a day.
The Rynerson family has been providing bail in San Bernardino County since 1971. We understand the special needs of people detained in San Bernardino jails and can help you understand the bail bond process. Because timing and bail bond procedures can vary in San Bernardino, the bail bond process should be started promptly to allow for release from jail as soon as possible.
Redlands Police Department
1270 West Park Ave.
Redlands, CA 92373
Last updated: 12/17/2013