Life is full of surprises, but not all of them are pleasant. A friend or family member may have been arrested recently in Oroville, and you are unsure about what you can do to help.
With the right bail bond agent, you could be pleasantly surprised by how fast and simple the whole process can be.
Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds works with law enforcement agencies throughout California. We are a team of licensed, professional bondsman, and it is our goal to make sure that the bail bond process goes as smoothly as possible. We are available to help 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
When you call us at 888-BAIL-BOND, a bondsman will be ready to answer any questions you have about getting Oroville bail bonds.
ARREST AND BOOKING
If your loved one is arrested in Oroville, they will be transported to the Butte County Jail on County Center Drive in Oroville. This is where they will be taken for booking. The booking process consists of fingerprinting, photographs, background checks and warrant search. They may also undergo a medical screening when they are brought into the jail.
Booking can take several hours if the staff at the jail is very busy. Once booking is complete, a bail amount will be set. The defendant will be permitted to use the phone as well.
OBTAINING AND PAYING FOR A BAIL BOND
As soon as you are contacted by the defendant, we recommend that you call a bondsman right away. You will want to have the defendant's full legal name, the amount of bail and the list of charges ready when you call. It will also help to have their employer information, address, and social security number.
When you call us, we can get to work on the paperwork right over the phone. We want to make this process as easy as possible, so we can finish the paperwork by phone, fax or email, or an agent will be glad to meet with you in person at a location you choose.
In California, the bail bond fee is equal to 10% of the bail amount. So, if bail is $15,000, you will pay a bondsman $1,500. We accept payments with all major credit cards. In most cases, no collateral is needed for a bail bond. We will even set up a payment plan for many of our clients and for those who qualify.
This can be a very distressing time for you. With our help, your loved one won't have to spend too long inside the Butte County Jail.
When you call us at 888-BAIL-BOND, a bondsman is available to walk you through the entire Oroville bail bonds process.
The goal of the Oroville Police Department is to reduce the crime rate and improve the quality of life for its citizens. They maintain open communication with the community, working together to make the city a safer place to be.
The OPD is divided into an Administrative and Operations Division. The Operations Division is the larger of the two, its primary function being patrol services. This division includes Patrol and Traffic, Parking Enforcement, School Resource Officer, CREDO officer, K9 Unit, and the Community Service Officers.
There are four sergeants and sixteen officers within the Patrol unit. They provide 24-hour patrols and are responsible for all general law enforcement duties in Oroville.
OROVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Oroville Police Department
2055 Lincoln St.
Oroville, CA 95965
Last Updated: 12/27/2013