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We understand the stress and confusion of having someone you care for arrested in Imperial Beach and jailed. We’re always available to guide you through the bail process and help you understand the most important details of a bail bond. Let us help you.

To post bail, call us locally in Imperial Beach, at 619-BAIL-NOW (1-619-224-5669) to speak with a licensed bondsman.

You may also contact us toll-free, nationwide at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).

IMPERIAL BEACH SHERIFF DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION

When arrested, an Imperial Beach Sheriff will complete the initial booking paperwork which will include photographs, fingerprints, and the release or transfer from the facility.

When someone has been arrested in the Imperial Beach area, men will are typically transported to the San Diego Central Jail. Women may be transported to the Las Colinas Jail.

It’s important to know that if the defendant is not bailed out, he or she will generally remain in custody until the matter has been resolved in court.

THE BAIL BOND PROCESS

We want to help make sure the bail process flows smoothly for you. During our initial phone consultation, we will collect basic information you know about the individual’s situation, such as, where the defendant is being held, how long they have been detained, what the charges are, how long they’ve lived in their current residence, if they’re employed, etc.

Once that’s complete, most of our customers prefer the convenience of our bail bond by Fax or e-mail option which permits us to move through the bail process faster. The timing from first phone call to completion of paperwork can be accomplished in 15 to 30 minutes for most bail bonds.

In California, the legal bail bond fee typically is 10%. So if their bail amount is $25,000, you would pay $2,500 to bail them out – with no additional finance charges, taxes or fees. We accept all major credit cards and, very often, won’t need any collateral.

The Imperial Beach Station provides contract law enforcement services to the City of Imperial Beach and the unincorporated communities of Bonita, Sunnyside, Chula Vista, Lincoln Acres, Proctor Valley, San Miguel Mountain, Otay Valley and Otay Mesa.

Imperial Beach is a popular choice among residents and visitors alike for fishing, parks, sports facilities and year-round good climate.

San Diego County Sheriff’s Imperial Beach Station
845 Imperial Beach Blvd.
Imperial Beach, CA 91932
619-498-2400

 

Published: 10/13/2013