When someone you know has been arrested by the Adelanto Police Department, let Greg Rynerson Bail Bondss assist you.
We have years of experience in the bail industry and understand the San Bernardino jail systems.
Just give us a call 24 hours a day to ask your most immediate questions.
We'll take the time to explain the bail process in detail. And, we've made the simple, but required paperwork easy to handle by using fax or email.
For immediate information about Adelanto bail bonds, speak with an expert bondsman who will answer your questions and help you get through this, at 888-224-5266 or 909-939-4244.
ADELANTO POLICE DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION
The Adelanto Sheriffs Department has 31 employees who are committed to community policing. They work in partnership with its city leaders, business owners and the community itself to prevent and eliminate crime. Their goal is to provide a safe, family oriented environment for the citizens of the city.
When someone has been arrested in Adelanto, they will be transported to the Adelanto Detention Center which is the first Type II facility located in the High Desert. This jail provides safe and secure housing for over 700 inmates.
Once there, the defendant will be booked and processed into the system. This generally includes, taking fingerprints, photographs and conducting a national background check.
It's not unusual for a long period of time to pass before the jail has information about the defendant’s arrest and booking. Should you contact the jail too soon, you may find they have not been placed in the jail’s system yet.
It's important to understand that this process is normal during the pre-booking period. Once clear, we can post the bond with the jail 24 hours a day.
To pay for a bail bond, most of our clients choose the convenience of using a credit card which is the fastest, easiest way of obtaining the bond.
Our company never charges additional finance charges, taxes or fees and we accept all major credit cards.
Very often, we won’t need any collateral and can do what is called a "signature bond." We can get through the approval process over the phone usually in your first phone call.
A professional, experience bondsman will discuss the bail bond process in San Bernardino County and work rapidly to have the defendant released from Adelanto Police custody as quickly as possible.
We can also travel to you. Let us know if you would prefer we meet at your home, office or directly at the Adelanto jail. We're here to make the process easier.
For immediate information on posting bail for the Adelanto Police Department, call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at our toll-free, nationwide number 888-224-5266 or locally at 909-939-4244.
Adelanto Police Department
11613 Bartlett Avenue
Adelanto, California 92301
Phone: (760) 246-1000
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Last updated: 05/11/2012