The following information is provided on the Sonoma County Sheriff Stations, Police Departments and the communities they serve. Generally, those who are arrested in Sonoma County will eventually be taken to the Sonoma County Jail Main Adult Detention Facility, which is located in Santa Rosa. A bail bondsman, an attorney, or a member of the clergy may visit inmates at anytime. Bail can be posted at Sonoma County Jails 24 hours a day.
For additional information call to speak with a bail bondsman 24 hours a day who can provide you additional arrest and bail information for any of the following Sonoma County Stations, Departments or Jails at (888) BAIL BOND or (888) 224-5266.
POLICE DEPARTMENT INFORMATION
Sonoma Police Department
175 First Street West
Sonoma, CA 95476
The City of Sonoma has contracted with the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department in order to provide its law enforcement services. The Sonoma Police Department still provides the same high level of service it always has, and has added several new positions in response the community needs. Under the direction of Chief of Police Bret Sackett, the department is staffed by two Sergeants, nine deputies, a School Resource Officer, a Traffic Officer, two Community Service Officers and two administrative positions.
Cloverdale Police Department
112 Broad Street
Cloverdale, CA 94525
The City of Cloverdale is located just 85 miles north of San Francisco and 32 miles north of Santa Rosa in California’s pristine wine country. The Cloverdale Police Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is a multifunction agency which is in charge of several duties that include apprehension of offenders, enforcement of laws and ordinances, prevention and detection of criminal activity and other non-law enforcement duties. The Cloverdale Police Department is divided into four separate divisions which include, administration, auxiliary services, communications and records and field services and investigations.
Petaluma Police Department
969 Petaluma Blvd. N.
Petaluma, CA 94952
The Petaluma Police Department office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. The Department employs 94 full-time employees, including the Chief, two Captains, three Lieutenants, ten Sergeants, fifty-two Officers, four Community Service Officers, two Parking Enforcement Officers, and additional support staff.
Windsor Police Department
9291 Old Redwood Highway
Windsor, CA 95492
Phone: (707) 838-1234
The Windsor Police Department is currently staffed by Sonoma County Sheriff Department employees through a negotiated contract between the County and the Town of Windsor. The Department employs 22 full time employees, including the Chief, two Sergeants, 13 officers, one K9 officer, one traffic officer, one school resource officer, one community services officer, and two civilian administrative staff. The town of Windsor was voted to contract with the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department for their law enforcement services. The Sheriff’s Department has received a five year contract to provide law enforcement to the Town.
SHERIFF DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION
Sonoma Sheriff’s Department
2796 Ventura Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s office is two-story, concrete structure which is over 60,000 square feet. It houses the Sheriff’s administrative staff, investigations bureau, dispatch bureau, and crime scene investigation lab. It also houses the central information bureau, fiscal bureau, and the administration division. The Sonoma County Sheriff also has sub-stations located within the valley.
The Guerneville Substation (also referred to as the River Substation) is where patrol services for the west part of Sonoma County are based. The Substation is staffed with two Sergeants, sixteen Deputy Sheriffs, three Resident Deputy Sheriffs and one Community Services Officer.
Sonoma Valley Sub-Station
The Sonoma Valley Substation is located in the heart of the Valley of the Moon. This Substation is staffed with two Sergeants, sixteen Deputy Sheriffs and one Community Services Officer.
Main Adult Detention Facility/Jail
2777 Ventura Ave.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
The Main Adult Detention Facility (MADF) was opened in 1991. It was originally designed to hold almost 500 inmates. However, the facility quickly reached it’s housing capacity. An expansion was opened in 1997 to provide an additional 290 beds. The facility is a medium/maximum security facility, which houses both pre-trial and sentenced inmates.
North County Detention Facility/Jail
2254 Ordinance Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
The North County Detention Facility sits on almost 16 acres and primarily holds sentanced inmates. Inmate programs are coordinated by a program officer. This benefits both the inmates and the County. There are currently over 200 work crew inmates in a variety of work details on and off-site. For an inmate to be eligible for the work crew programs, they are classified at booking and cannot have any violence charges, history of escape histories, or disciplinary behavior problems.
We always recommend starting the bail process as quickly as possible when bailing someone out the larger detention facilities, versus the smaller station jails in order to facilitate a much faster release.
When you bail someone out of jail in Sonoma County, they should expect to be released within two to six hours or more, depending upon the defendant's individual situation. It's important to know that if they are not bailed out from jail, he or she will usually remain in custody until the matter has been handled in court.
The cost of a Sonoma County bail bond is established by the State of California at 10% of the total bail amount. For example, for a bail amount of $20,000, the bail bond will cost $2,000. We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. In many cases, we can also offer a flexible payment plan to those that qualify. Let Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds help you today.
SONOMA COUNTY BAIL BONDSMAN
Our bail bondsman can guide you through the legal process for all of Sonoma County as well as throughout the majority of California. We always maintain state-of-the-art technology which allows us to post bail bonds virtually anywhere by e-mail or fax.
Many of our customers are not aware that they can pay easily by credit card and may not need to leave their home in order to obtain the bond. We will come to the location of your choice, or meet with you directly at the jail.
Please call us at 888-224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND and our 24 hour licensed agents can help you. Let us be your number one trusted resource for bail bonds in Sonoma County.
Last updated: 08/04/2012