Temple City Jail Bail Bonds

Temple City is located in Los Angeles County in the San Gabriel Valley. If you know someone that’s been arrested and taken into custody in Temple City, let us know! We at Adventure Bail Bonds can quickly answer any questions you may have and help get the bail bond application process started immediately.

We know times like this can be stressful, and we’re here to help.

Our offices are open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. When you call, you will speak immediately with a licensed, professional bail bondsman. We can be reached toll-free at 855-414-BAIL (2245).

Temple City Police Station and Jail Information

Temple City Police Station
8838 Las Tunas Dr.
Temple City, CA 91780
Phone 626-285-7171
24-Hour Temple City Bail Bond Info 855-414-2245
LASD Inmate Locator

Temple City contracts with the Los Angeles Sheriff Department to service its law enforcement needs. Deputies working out of the Temple City Station also service parts of Chantry Flats, Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte, Bradbury, Rosemead, South El Monte, East Pasadena, North San Gabriel Valley, and South San Gabriel. When someone is arrested in one of these areas, they will be taken to the Temple City Station to undergo booking and processing. Once this procedure has been completed, bail will be set for those who are eligible and it will be possible to be released via bail bond.

If an inmate remains at the Temple City Station for more than 72-hours, or if the on-site jail starts to get overcrowded, it is highly likely that the inmate will be transferred to one of the larger facilities in downtown Los Angeles. Men are transferred to Twin Towers while women are taken to the Lynwood Jail – otherwise known as CRDF. If transferred, the inmate will need to go through another booking process at the new facility and will likely have to remain in custody an additional 12 to 24-hours.

What is a Bail Bond?

A bail bond, also known as a “surety bond,” is a common method that is used to get someone out of jail. Bail is essentially the amount of money the court wants to hold onto in return for allowing a defendant their freedom before a trial. If the defendant shows up for all of their court dates, the bail is refunded (minus any relevant court fees). If the defendant does not show up, then the bail is forfeited to the court and a warrant is issued for the arrest of the defendant.

Why Bail Someone Out?

When someone is arrested, they will often remain in custody until their court date. Depending on when they were arrested, and for what, this can be anywhere from a few weeks to several months (and sometimes even longer). While the inmate is in custody, he or she will be unable to work, go to school or attend family obligations. Bailing someone out will allow the defendant to continue to live their life while they await their day in court and possibly make arrangements if they expect to spend time in jail.

The Bail Bond Process

The bail bond application process is probably a lot easier than you think. It starts by giving us a call and providing the name, birth date and date and time of arrest of the defendant you want to bail out. We will use this information to locate him or her within the system and verify their eligibility for bail. Once that’s been established, we will have you fill out the bail bond application forms and sign the indemnitor’s agreement. The forms are pretty simple, but if you have any questions, we’re always glad to go over them with you step-by-step. After the forms are filled out and the indemnitor’s agreement is signed, we will dispatch one of our agents to the jail and your friend or loved one will be released a short time later.

No matter where you’re located, we are more than happy to work with you. The entire bail bond process can be completed in-person or via phone, fax or email. What works best for you will work best for us.

If you would like more information regarding Temple City Jail Bail Bonds, please feel free to call us any time. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have. We can be reached 24/7 at 855-414-BAIL (2245).