If you are confused and worried because your loved one, friend or employee has been arrested in Mission Viejo, we can help.
Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds has helped thousands of people in trouble for the entire 40 years we’ve been in business.
Our knowledgeable, licensed bail bondsmen know how to cut through the confusion of the Orange County jail system and provide fast answers. We can also get the person you care about most, home the very same day you call.
Call us any time locally at 949-733-2245 to speak with a licensed bail bondsman 24/7. We’re always happy to help in Mission Viejo.
Mission Viejo is one of the largest master planned communities ever built in the United States though, ironically, there is no Spanish mission in Mission Viejo. Nearly 25 years ago, the Mission Viejo Company bought a 10,000-acre section of Rancho Mission Viejo from the O'Neill family, which once owned much of the land in the area. From this, they developed the city, which features well designed parks, homes, recreational activities, schools and stores.
Mission Viejo has contracted with the Orange County Sheriff Department for their Police Services since 1988. Over 100,000 residents make it the largest community served by Orange County officers of the law.
Some of these services include a patrol, general and special crime investigation division, traffic enforcement, collision investigation, parking enforcement, crime prevention, jails and the Community Support Unit. They also have additional specialty services like a canine unit, helicopter, bomb squad and a forensics bureau.
Their MVPD Chief of Police also happens to be their Department Head for Public Safety. He oversees six Sergeants, who in turn supervise Mission Viejo’s patrol, traffic and administrative staff. Thirty three deputies make up the Patrol Services, eight Motor Deputies handle traffic services and one Deputy covers Commercial Vehicle Enforcement.
Five deputies are employed as School Resource Officers (SRO) for the students of Saddleback College. In addition to their law enforcement duties, they provide security, counseling, mentoring, and interventions on campus.
The Mission Viejo Police have four Investigators and one Investigative Assistant who focus on all property crimes and assaults.
Thanks to this hardworking force, Mission Viejo has one of the lowest crime rates per capita in the United States and it has held this title for the past twenty years. If you are interested in learning more about the Mission Viejo Police, please visit their website for more information.
BAIL BONDS IN MISSION VIEJO
When someone has been arrested in Mission Viejo, they will usually be transported to the Orange County Central Jail (OCJ). The amount of time it takes for the booking and processing of bail bonds may vary as each Orange County jail has their own guidelines and procedures.
However, it is important to begin the bail bond process as soon as possible. Once a person is booked into an Orange County facility, it can often take between 2 and 24 hours to be released on a bail bond.
Our company offers convenient payment options and our bail agents can help arrange an affordable bail bond which meets your financial needs. Most often, bail bond collateral may not be required. We accept all major credit cards and several of our clients have found using a credit card as the easiest way to pay for a bail bond.
You may also choose to pay in cash. Please contact us for further details or watch our payment plan video. We can always provide more details, such as arrest or bail information on an inmate in custody at any Orange County jail.
If you have questions about bail call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, right away, at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND.
MISSION VIEJO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Mission Viejo Police Department
200 Civic Center
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Last updated: 10/30/2013