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If you're looking for Simi Valley bail bonds information, you're in the right place.

When someone is arrested by the Simi Valley Police Department they may be taken to the station and put in a holding cell (on-site), but they will not be booked into the system there.

Instead, both men and women will either be taken to the East Valley Jail or the Ventura County Main Jail. Bail can be posted, 24/7, at either of these jails.

We are open 24/7 and we will walk you through the entire bail process. We can also send you our easy-to-complete application by fax or email or deliver it in person.

Call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BONDS anytime for help. Or, call locally at 805-582-0955.

SIMI VALLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT & JAIL

One of the few cities in the county that does not contract with the Ventura Sheriff's Department for police services, Simi Valley operates its own police department. This station is open 24/7 but the front lobby walk in hours are from 8:00AM-6:30PM.

The Simi Valley Police Department was founded in 1971, shortly after the incorporation of the city in 1969. Over 121 sworn officers and 65 support personnel work here. In this department, the Chief of Police is appointed by the Simi Valley city manager, and is charged with overseeing all law enforcement duties within the city limits.

The department serves an area that is over 39 square miles in size. To do this effectively, the Simi Valley Police have divided their department into three divisions: The Investigative Services Division, the Operations Division and the Administrative Division

The Operations division supervises the Patrol and Dispatch units. The Patrol Unit also has the K9 Unit, Field Training Program and Reserve Officer Program under its wing.

The Investigative Division oversees the Special Operations Unit, Detective Unit and Criminal Intelligence Section. The Special Operations Unit includes S.W.A.T. which is an elite paramilitary tactical unit. The officers in this team have been trained to perform high-risk operations like hostage rescues and counter-terrorism. They also know how to handle dangerous arrests and subdue barricaded suspects and heavily-armed criminals. The Simi Valley SWAT Team has a wide range of specialized firearms, assault rifles, submachine guns, shotguns, carbines, stun grenades, and more at their disposal. They also have Kevlar armor, entry tools, armored vehicles, advanced night vision optics, motion detectors -- you name it!

The Crime Prevention Unit is responsible for developing crime prevention programs for the community. They also deal with the Youth Services Section, an outreach program that teaches kids about law enforcement and fosters relationships with them. Two School Resource officers make up this unit and they work directly with all the schools.

The Simi Valley Police Department also handles traffic, has a Gang Task Force, a crime lab and so much more. For further information on the many teams and units that make up this department, you are welcome to visit their official website.

TRUSTED BONDSMAN EXPERIENCE

We're Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, a family run business with a 40 year history and an equal amount of experience under our belts. Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds is one bail company you can count on.

Greg, and his business partner and wife, Tonya, have personally trained their staff of licensed bondsmen.A bail bondsman is available 24 hours a day, weekends and holidays to answer your questions and provide whatever assistance you need when it comes to posting a bail bond.

We are used to dealing with both the Simi Valley Police Station and the Ventua County jails.

If someone you know has been arrested in Simi Valley, please feel free to call us for help at Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds (888) BAIL BOND or (888) 224-5266.

Simi Valley Police Department
3901 Alamo Street
Simi Valley, CA 93063
(805) 583-6950

Last updated: 11/17/2013