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Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds is a family owned company whose bondsmen have full access to all Orange County jails.

Some of the things our licensed, experienced bondsmen can help you with are: booking, case and warrant information, court appearance locations, times and dates, charges and bail amounts.

Our bail applications are quick and easy.  They only take minutes to complete and we can send them to you by fax, email, or meet you in person to deliver them.

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, weekends and holidays.

When you dial our number, you will be connected right away to a live bail bondsman who will be happy to answer all of your questions and explain the entire bail bond process to you.  Need help?  Don’t hesitate.

For fast Orange County jail release, please call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, toll free at (888) BAIL BONDS, (1-888-224-5266).

On this page, you will find information for the Orange County Sheriff and the communities served.  Each department listed below features a link to additional information.

For the fastest service at any of Orange County's Jails, you can call to speak with a bail bondsman 24 hours a day who can provide you additional arrest and bail information for any of OC Station or jail at (888) BAIL BOND or (888) 224-5266.

Orange County Inmate Information

Orange County Sheriff's Department
550 N. Flower Street
Santa Ana , CA 92703
(714) 647-7000 Main Dispatch
(949) 770-6011 Non-Emergency Dispatch

OCSD Inmate Information


Aliso Viejo Sheriff Substation
Aliso Police services are provided on a contract basis by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. The city benefits greatly from the OCSD resources.
(949) 425-2562
(949) 425-2561

Dana Point Police Services
The Dana Point Police Services Department provides responsive and professional law enforcement services. Programs implemented by Dana Point Police Services have been recognized statewide.  Additionally, deputies patrol the beach on ATV’s during the busy summer months.
(949) 770-6011

Laguna Hills Sheriff Station and Police Services
The Laguna Hills Sheriff Station enforces the law in an area that is about 6.4 square miles in size.  This city, along with several others in the OC, contracts with the Orange County Sheriff's Department for all its police needs.

Laguna Niguel Station and Police Services
Laguna Niguel was the 29th city in the County of Orange to officially incorporate in 1989.  Today, it falls under the jurisdiction of the Laguna Niguel Sheriff Station.  The city’s low crime rate is attributed to its police, who are provided by contract from the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
(949) 362-4310

Laguna Woods Police Services
The city of Laguna Woods is nestled in the Saddleback Valley region of South Orange County.  It is four square miles in size.  Laguna Woods Police Services services are provided by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
(949) 425-1800

Lake Forest Police Services
The Lake Forest Police Services currently serves the most densely populated city in Orange County. It contains two lakes from which it derives its name. Police for Lake Forest are provided by the Orange County Sheriff's Department

Mission Viejo Sheriff Station Police Services
Mission Viejo is one of the largest master planned communities ever built in the United States.  Over 100,000 residents also make it the largest community served by Orange County officers of the law. The Mission Viejo Police Department operates under a contract with the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
(949) 470-8433

Rancho Santa Margarita Police Services
One of Orange County's youngest cities, Rancho Santa Margarita is a master planned community set near beautiful mountains.  The Rancho Santa Margarita Police Department contracts with the Orange County Sheriff Department for all of its law enforcement needs.
(949) 635-1819 Front Desk

San Clemente Police Services
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department, San Clemente Police provides law enforcement services for the City of San Clemente and contracts for Police Services with the County of Orange. There are 42 sworn and 16 professional staff members.  They provide services which include patrol, investigations, traffic enforcement, community support, drug education, parking control, and crime prevention.
(949) 361-8224 (office hours only)

San Juan Capistrano Sheriff Station
Both the San Juan Capistrano Mission and the return of the swallows to their summer home are big draws to this city. The San Juan Capistrano Police services have been contracted from the Orange County Sheriff's Department since 1961.
(949) 443-6371

Stanton Sheriff's Department and Police Services
The City of Stanton is located in northwestern Orange County. The city had formed its own police department in 1956, but it merged the Sheriff's Department in 1988. Ever since then, the Orange County Stanton Sheriff'Department has provided full police services to Stanton.
(714) 889-7866

Villa Park Police Services
Villa Park is Orange County’s smallest city and it is located at the county’s center.  It is 2.1 square miles in size.  The Sheriff's Department has provided police protection at Villa Park for decades.
(714) 647-4559 Villa Park Sheriff's Station
(714) 283-8568 Villa Park Substation


The Orange County Sheriffs Department is made up of about twenty divisions that cover five organizational functions: Public Protection; Jail Operations; Technical Services like investigations, coroner services, and emergency management; and Administrative and Support Services.

Other divisions include, but are not limited to, K-9 Units, Animal Control Services, 9-1-1 Dispatch/Communications, Crime Prevention, SWAT Teams, Bicycle Units, Traffic, Records, Administrative and Patrol.

The county that these law enforcement officers work in is affluent, but it is only 948 sq miles, making it the smallest in Southern California.

Although the county is small, their Sheriff oversees the second largest department in California (following Los Angeles County) and the fourth largest in the nation, providing police services to all unincorporated county areas as well as twelve of Orange County's 34 municipalities with police service contracts.

The Sheriff also manages the county's jail system, which processes more than 60,000 bookings a year and supervises more than 4,600 prisoners at any given time. The Sheriff also provides bailiffs and serves process for Orange County's court system. OC Sheriffs handle law enforcement services for John Wayne Airport, all Orange County harbors and the entire bus system, too.

The success of the police departments in Orange County rests on their ability work well with other local, state, federal law enforcement, community agencies and citizen groups. OC police rely on the Community Policing model to do their jobs.

Community Policing is a methodology that assigns patrol officers, investigators and traffic officers to the same geographic area for a certain length of time, which gives them the opportunity to get to know the people that live and work there.  Understanding and being accountable for neighborhood needs helps strengthen OC Police Department “partnerships” with the civilians they serve.

The Orange County Police and Sheriff Departments incorporate several values in their law enforcement work.  Some of these, like courage, duty and commitment are fairly obvious.  But emphasis is also placed on organizational growth and values, teamwork and community service.

They are proud of the fact that, when polled, 97% of their residents said they felt safe in their homes and communities thanks to the Department’s efforts.  It is interesting to note that the areas patrolled by OC law enforcement entities are also statistically the safest in the State, especially when compared to areas of similar population.



Updated: 04/16/2014