It may be a trying time if a friend or loved one has been arrested in El Centro.
We understand that you may have several questions. Trust in our experience. We have years in the bail bonds industry.
More importantly, we are a family that understands how frustrating and stressful a situation like this can be. Let us help you.
Call us now toll-free 888-224-5266 to speak directly to a licensed bondsman for bail bonds at the El Centro county jail.
BOOKING & BAIL PROCESS
When someone has been arrested in El Centro, they will be transported to the Imperial County Sheriff’s Station located in El Centro on Applestill Road. At this El Centro detention center they will be booked into the system, which includes photographs, fingerprints, and background checks; the process can take up several hours to complete. We realize it's tough to be patient at this time, however, a bail bond cannot be posted with the jail until the booking process is complete. Once the defendant is cleared, bail may be posted 24 hours a day. When bail has been posted it can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours for their release.
A bail bond is a written contract which releases a defendant from jail and guarantees that he or she will appear in court on a specified date. If you choose to be the defendant’s indemnitor, (bail bond signer) we can help you understand all of the details of your responsibilities prior to your decision to bail someone out of El Centro's county jail. When moving forward with the process, you will be required to sign minimal, state-required paperwork and make payment for the bond, which is a non-refundable fee. You can read more information about how bail bonds work.
With our company, it’s fast and easy to handle the bail bond paperwork via Fax or e-mail. Further, you can handle everything from the comfort of your own home. At no additional charge, we can also arrange to have a 24-hour licensed agent come to your home, office or location.
Our fees for a bail bond are always discussed with you in advance. You’ll never have to worry about additional fees or taxes. We always accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover to pay for the bond. And if qualified, we offer flexible bail bonds payment options.
The cost of a bail bond is established by the State of California at 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if the bail amount is set at $20,000, the bail bond will cost $2,000.
EL CENTRO POLICE, SHERIFF AND JAIL INFORMATION
The city of El Centro is accessible via Interstate 8, State Highway 86 and State Highway 111 just 15 minutes from the international industrial complexes in Mexicali, Baja California. Covering just over 11 square miles, El Centro is the largest city in Imperial County.
The El Centro Police Department has jurisdiction in the city of El Centro, but the El Centro Jail is run by the Sheriff's Department.
It is helpful if you know if the defendant was arrested by the Police Department or by the Imperial County Sheriff's Department. Either way, we can still help you with bail.
EL CENTRO BONDSMAN
We thank you for visiting our website. We hope that you will trust our company to help you with your bail bond needs. We are dedicated to providing you with the fastest service for El Centro and the surrounding Imperial County area.
Call us anytime for a no-cost phone consultation at our toll-free number, 888-224-5266, for answers to your specific El Centro bail bonds questions.
El Centro Police Department
150 North 11th Street
El Centro, CA 92243
The El Centro Police Department is committed to providing the finest police service to the citizens of El Centro. This includes maintaining safe neighborhoods by preventing crime, enforcing the law and maintaining meaningful partnerships with businesses, schools and citizens.
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“It’s great to know that only takes just a few minutes to get started with the bail bond application and approval process. Everything can be handled from the comfort of your own home, day or night.”
- Greg Rynerson, Bondsman, Owner
Last updated: 09/26/2014