San Bernardino Central Detention Center Bail Bonds
If someone you know has been arrested and taken into custody in San Bernardino County, it is possible that he or she may be located at the Central Detention Center. First opened in 1971, the Central Detention Center (or CDC) served as San Bernardino County’s primary jail facility for 20-years, before overcrowding caused the West Valley Detention Center to open in 1991.
If you’re looking to bail someone out of jail, then you’ve come to the right place. A licensed, professional bail bondsman is available any time of day or night to take your call and answer any questions you may have. Whether you want to begin the bail bond application process immediately, or you just need some fast answers, we’re always happy to help.
To speak with a bail bondsman right now, please give us a call toll-free at 855-414-BAIL (2245). Our offices are open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
San Bernardino County Central Detention Center Info
The Central Detention Center is the primary booking facility for police and sheriff departments throughout the eastern portion of San Bernardino County. It is also utilized by the U.S. Marshals to transport and house federal inmates. As such, the inmate population that is housed on-site is comprised of both federal and county inmates.
Visiting hours are Wednesday through Sunday, and all visitation requests must be made at least 24-hours in advance. Visitors are required to be at the jail no less than 30-minutes early for their visit, and their person, belongings and vehicles are subject to search.
Arrest and Booking Process
When someone is arrested, the first thing they will experience is the booking and processing procedure. Their fingerprints will be recorded, photographs will be taken and a national background check is conducted. Once this has been complete, bail will be set and it will be possible to be released via bail bond.
How Bail is Set
Bail is set by a judge pursuant to the county’s bail schedule. The amount of bail will vary depending on the number and severity of charges that an individual is charged with. In some cases, bail is withheld, but these are few and far between. In cases where bail is withheld, it is usually because the inmate is suspected of being a further danger to the community, should they be released, or if they have skipped bail before.
The Bail Bond Process
To bail someone out of jail, simply give us a call and provide us with some general information on the inmate. Usually, all we will need is their name, birth date and date and time of arrest so we can locate them within the system. If not all of this information is readily available, don’t worry! We can still help you out. Once the inmate has been located, we will have you fill out the bail bond application forms and sign the indemnitor’s agreement. All of our forms are simple, but if you require any assistance, we will be more than happy to go over them with you step-by-step.
Once all that has been done, we will dispatch our agent to the jail and your friend or loved one will be released shortly thereafter. If you are unable to meet with us in person, the entire process can be completed via phone, fax or email. We want this situation to be as low-stress as possible for you, and if remaining where you are will accomplish that, then that’s fine by us.
Paying for a Bail Bond
We accept a variety of payment options, which include major debit/credit cards (Master Card, American Express, Visa and Discover) as well as cash, checks, bank account transfer and money wire.
We will meet and beat any locally advertised price! We add no additional charges or fees when you work with us, nor do we charge interest if you choose to finance your bail bond. Our goal is to help you get your friend or loved one out of jail as fast as possible, not to put financial stress on families. For clients who are interested in financing the cost of a bail bond, we have several flexible payment plans that are designed to fit a variety of budgets. Regardless of how you choose to pay, we never include any additional fees, charges or interest.
If you would like more information regarding San Bernardino Central Detention Center Bail Bonds, then feel free to call us at 855-414-BAIL (2245). We’re always available to take your call and help you through this difficult time.