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On this page, you will find information for the Marin County Police Departments and the communities they serve. Marin County has several police departments. Each department listed below features a link to additional information.

Marin County is the smallest of the San Francisco area counties. Marin is home to an active comunity, beautifully nestled by the bay. It features The Golden Gate Bridge which offers rainbow arches over the highway tunnel from San Francisco to Marin.

Should you require additional information about someone arrested anywhere in Marin County by any of the Marin County Police Departments, call a licensed bondsman locally at 415-831-2245 or toll free at  888-224-5266.


Belvedere Police Department
450 San Rafael Ave.
Belvedere, CA 94920
415-479-2311 (non-emergency)

The Belvedere Police Department provides safety and security through police services. It enforces the laws in the interest of justice; cultivates a strong feeling of community and promotes a sense of compassion and concern for the quality of life of all citizens in the City of Belvedere.

Fairfax Police Department
144 Bolinas Road
Fairfax, CA 94930

The goal of the Fairfax Police Department is to provide excellent police services to the citizens of the town. It strives to solve problems for its citizens.

Mill Valley Police Department
1 Hamilton Drive
Mill Valley, CA 94941

The Mill Valley Police Department is dedicated to serving the citizens of Mill Valley. Their newly designed online presence furthers this goal.

Ross Police Department
33 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard
Ross, CA 94957
(415) 453-1453, Option 2

The Ross Police Department provides 24-hour law enforcement services to the Town of Ross. Community involvement and interaction is stressed at every level of the Department.

San Anselmo Police Department
525 San Anselmo Ave.
San Anselmo, CA 94960

The San Anselmo Police Department currently has authorized 19 sworn police officers and 7 non-sworn personnel. The department's services include patrol, investigations, traffic, juvenile services as well as several programs designed to enhance the quality of life in San Anselmo. We at the San Anselmo Police Department are proud of our organization and the services we provide to the community.

Sausalito Police Department
420 Litho Street
Sausalito, CA 94965
(415) 289-4100

The Sausalito Police Department works in collaboration with the community. It provides efficient services to prevent crime and enhance the safety and quality of life of our citizens. This is offered through creative and thoughtful problem solving.

Tiburon Police Department
1155 Tiburon Boulevard
Tiburon, CA 94920
(415) 789-2801

The Tiburon Police Department is led today by Chief Michael Cronin, a 35 year veteran of municipal law enforcement. He is committed to Community Policing, a philosophy that emphasizes the development of partnerships between individuals, agencies and the various segments of society.

San Rafael Police Department
1400 Fifth Avenue
San Rafael, CA 94901
(415) 485-3000

The San Rafael Police Department is a professional organization. They pride themselves in providing quality police services at the highest level possible.

Novato Police Department
909 Machin Avenue
Novato, CA 94945-3242
(415) 897-4361

The women and men of the Novato Police Department are committed to providing quality public safety services to their community. They are proud of their employees and volunteers who, through their daily activities, make a positive difference by enhancing safety and security in Novato.


When a person has been arrested anywhere in Marin County, they will likely be transported to the Marin County Jail for booking and processing.

Marin County Jail
13 Peter Behr Drive
San Rafael, CA 94903
General: 415-499-6655
Inmate Information: 415-499-7316

It's important to note that we cannot start the bail bond process until the arrest and booking process is completed. It can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours for release from the Marin County Jail once a bond has been posted. Should the defendant not be bailed out, they will usually remain in custody until their matter has been resolved in court.


To start the bail bond process, give us a call and provide the correct spelling of the name of the defendant. If you know how much their bail is, their booking number, etc., it can assist in us in moving the process forward.  But don't worry, if you don’t know, that’s okay too, a bondsman will assist in obtaining the information from the jail.

Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds offers a simple application which is easy to understand and we offer bail by email or fax in just a few minutes. We’re open 7 days per week, 24 hours per day.

We will always take the time to look at your options and help to decide what will work best.

When you call, you will speak to a bail agent who is familiar with the Marin County jail systems and has several years of experience in the bail bonds industry. We'll have your family member or friend released from the Marin County jail or a Marin Police Station as quickly as possible.

Call us any time, 24/7 at 415-831-2245 for a free one-on-one consultation from our courteous, caring and professional bail agents.

Last updated: 01/02/2014