Nobody expects to get into trouble on campus, but it happens. If a friend or family member has been arrested at UC San Diego, speaking with a licensed bail bondsman will help you figure out the steps you need to take to get them safely released from jail in a timely manner.
Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds has worked hard for over 40 years, building a solid reputation across the state. When you call 888-BAIL-BOND, a licensed, professional bondsman will be ready to answer all of your questions.
We are a family-operated business and we would welcome an opportunity to assist your family in your time of need.
Finding a bondsman who will stick with you through the entire process makes it much easier to handle.
We offer fast approvals and simple paperwork. We can get paperwork completed by phone, fax, email or in person. An agent will even meet with you at a location convenient to you; your home, office or the jail.
We accept payments with credit card as well as cash, and payment plans can be made for clients who qualify.
This is a trying time and shouldn’t be dealt with alone. Call us as soon as you learn of your loved one’s arrest and let us help you through it.
You can call 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266) for free consultation 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
UCSD POLICE SERVICES
The members of the UC San Diego Police Department strive to maintain a safe community for students, faculty and staff. Officers on campus are vested with the same law enforcement powers as all other municipal, county and state officers across the state. They undergo the same training all Police Officer Standards and Training, as well as additional training required for a campus environment.
Students can take part in the CSO Program on campus, offering many safety-related services, including safety escorts year-round. Escort services are available from sunset until 1 a.m. after 1 a.m.; this service may be provided by other police department personnel.
Community Services Officers also patrol campus parking lots, lock up buildings, provide security at campus events, and help with any medical emergencies.
RAD is a national program that is designed to offer women the tips and techniques needed for self-defense. It teaches women to take an active role in protecting themselves and their psychological well-being.
The campus holds these classes each quarter in the Campus Services Complex. Certified RAD instructors teach the program over the span of three evenings and this class is open to all women in the community.
BOOKING AND PROCESSING
After someone is arrested, men will be taken into the Men's Central Jail in downtown San Diego and women will be taken to the Las Colinas Jail for booking and processing. This will consist of fingerprinting, photographs (“mug shots”), a background check and warrant search. They will also be searched for drugs, weapons, and contraband. Once booking is complete, a bail amount will be set and you will be able to post bail for the defendant.
UCSD Police Department
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093
For UC San Diego bail bonds call 888-224-5266 or 888-BAIL-BOND to speak to a licensed California bondsman 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We can also be reached locally at 619-224-5669.
Last Updated: 10/18/2013