The arrest of a friend or family member can be a distressing shock. If someone you care about has been arrested on the San Francisco State University Campus, you need immediate bail bonds assistance.
Speaking with a licensed bail bondsman can help you find the information you need about getting them out of jail as quickly and safely as possible.
When you call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266, one of our licensed agents will be able to answer all of your questions about the bail bond process.
Our simple paperwork can be completed by phone, fax or email, or in person. A bondsman will arrange to meet with you at the most convenient location, like your home, office or the San Francisco jail where your loved one is being held.
CARE stands for Campus Alliance for a Risk-free Environment. It is a student security team that is employed, trained and supervised by University Police. The program is in response to the community's desire to maintain the safety and well-being of University students, faculty and staff.
CARE team members are responsible for providing personal escorts and added building security during evening and night time hours. Members will escort anyone to and from classes, labs or offices and to vehicles or campus housing. Most escorts are provided by walking, but under special circumstances an electric cart is available.
At night, on-campus transportation is available to any student with temporary or permanent disabilities. This service is available Monday through Saturday from 4:30 pm- 11:00 pm.
Emergency Phones are located throughout the campus, including on each level of the main parking garage. Each phone is clearly marked, and when activated connects directly to University Police Dispatch Center.
The University's Sexual Assault Response Team is appointed by the Chief of Police. The mission of the team is to provide a proactive response to campus sexual assault issues, and to do everything possible in order to prevent sexual assaults on campus.
SART responsibilities include being a contact point for victims, coordinate support for victims, train women in sexual assault issues and defense, and provide rumor control and communication.
When someone is arrested on campus, they will either be given a citation and released or taken to the San Francisco County Jail for booking and be held until bail is posted. The booking process will include fingerprinting, photographs, a background check and warrant search. A bail amount will be set according to the county's bail schedule.
Once they are completely booked into the system, the defendant will be able to post cash bail themselves, have a friend or family member bail them out, or a licensed bondsman can post it for them.
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We know that paying for a bail bond is an unexpected expense. With California bail among the highest in the United States, it can be very hard to afford even the 10% required for a bail bond fee.
We offer convenient payment options, accepting all major credit cards and making payment arrangements for our qualifying clients at no additional charge. We are an LGBT friendly bail bonds company.
Call us right away at 415-831-2245 for San Francisco State University bail bonds, and we can get to work on a bail bond for your loved one and have them released from jail as soon as possible.
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SFSU Police Department
North State Dr.
San Francisco, CA 94132
The San Francisco State University Police Department is a professional law enforcement agency dedicated to providing a safe environment for the entire campus community.
There are 38 sworn officers in the department working to provide a high quality of life for students, faculty and staff.
The dispatch unit is staffed 24-hours a day, answering general and emergency calls, providing information to the public, dispatching officers to calls for service or crimes in progress, monitoring the campus fire and safety alarms, entering data into the Police Automated Records and Management System, and logging crime reports.
“I understand the San Francisco County bail system. I’ll work to have your friend or family member released as quickly as possible. I’m just a phone call away.”
Greg Rynerson, Bondsman and Owner Bail License #1724264
Last Update: 10/12/2013