If you know someone arrested by the Desert Hot Springs Police Department, call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds.
You will be able to speak to a caring, licensed bondsman – not a recording. We have access to all the information you’ll need concerning arrest charges and bail amounts for a friend or loved one.
Best of all, you don't have to leave your home or office to take care of most bonds. We can also send you our simple bail bond application by fax or email. If you prefer, a bail bondsman will meet you at any of the jails throughout the Coachella Valley area to provide service in person.
With its elevated views of the Coachella Valley and thousands of acres of stunning mountain range, Desert Hot Springs is one of the fastest-growing communities in Southern California.
It is built over one of the world’s finest natural hot mineral water aquifers, so it’s no surprise that spas are the biggest industry here. Many feature marble resorts, retro-hip motels and exclusive celebrity retreats.
The Desert Hot Springs Police Department doesn’t have an on-site jail so bail cannot be posted there. Arrestees are sent to the Palm Springs or Banning jail where bail is possible.
Arrestees in “The Spa City” certainly won’t be pampered by the Desert Hot Springs Police Department. This force is staffed with 40 hardworking employees and volunteers, including 25 sworn officers.
The officers provide high visibility preventive patrol, enforce local, state and federal laws and ordinances, deal with traffic collision investigations and non-criminal requests for service from their residents. The department is also a founding member of the Western Coachella Valley Police Activities League.
The department also boasts a Coachella Valley Narcotics Task Force, Violent Crime and Gang Task Force and the Valley Motor Enforcement Team. Their Detective Bureau conducts all major crimes and follow-up investigations.
There’s also an active police reserve unit, animal control and licensing and a contract for dispatch services on hand from the City of Cathedral City.
The DHS police have a variety of community resources at their disposal. They offer technical expertise locals who want to organize neighborhood watch programs, need crime prevention materials, child safety materials, tours of the agency, or specialized presentations on department operations.
A Community Resources Specialist oversees an annual open house, National Night Out, the community police academy and a junior police camp.
The police here employ the Community Policing Initiative model of service by encouraging their officers really get to know residents and merchants so everyone can cooperatively build a safer place to live. They do this by providing crime prevention education that teaches residents how to keep their family, homes and property safe.
DESERT AREA BAIL BONDS
Often, people who are arrested in the desert area are visitors. With Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, this is no problem. We regularly deal with people out of the area and out of the State of California.
Call 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND and talk live with a bondsman about Desert Hot Springs bail 24/7 and holidays, too!
POLICE DEPARTMENT & JAIL
Desert Hot Springs Police Department
65950 Pierson Boulevard
Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240-3044
Last updated: 12/19/2013