If someone you care for has been arrested and taken into custody by the Beaumont Police Department, a licensed, bondsman can offer you immediate bail bonds information 24 hours a day at toll-free 888-224-5266, or for further Riverside County Inmate Information, call 951-955-4400.
When someone has been arrested in Beaumont they will be taken to the Beaumont Police station for processing. Since there is only a temporary holding facility there, arrestees will quickly be transported to the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility, otherwise known as the Banning Jail.
Depending upon the capacity and workload of the jail, the booking process may take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours or more. You should know that we cannot post a bond until the arrest and booking procedures have been completed, which can often take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours. However, we can start the bail bond process with you right away.
Jail staff may not be able to let us know when an arrestee will be released, but once released from custody, they will have access to a phone.
BEAUMONT BAIL BONDS PROCESS
The bail process is started easily with a phone call to Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds. We will ask you a few simple questions and make sure you understand your responsibilities if you bail someone out of jail.
We can help you understand all the details of getting a bail bonds in Beaumont. We always explain any fees and charges prior to asking you to sign a bail contract. Our company will quickly get you through the approval process in just a few minutes over the phone.
The mission of the Beaumont Police Department is to exceed expectations. The Beaumont Police are committed to safety. They do so by maintaining a ratio of 2 officers per every 1000 residents in Beaumont. It is currently staffed by 57 sworn officers and 20 non-sworn support personnel.
The Patrol Division is the primary respondent to calls and the provider of preventative patrol services. The Division is responsible for promoting and developing a partnership between the community and the Police Department. Patrol officers are the first responders to the community's calls for service, which play a key role in public service, crime prevention, crime detection, and criminal apprehension.
The Administration Division consists of the Police Chief, four Police Lieutenants and a Support Services Director. It is also responsible for maintaining relationships with other City departments and citizens, as well as various community and civic groups for the mutual goal of public safety.
We can handle all the paperwork conveniently by email or fax. We can also make arrangements to meet with you directly at the jail, if you prefer.
To pay for the bond, the majority of our clients choose the option of paying by credit card, which is the fastest way to get bail.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and cash.
For additional inmate and bail information in Beaumont, you may call our toll free number at 888-224-5266, to speak with a licensed agent 24/7.
Beaumont Police Department
550 E. Sixth Street
Beaumont, CA 92223
Last updated: 12/24/2013