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    For bail, booking or location information on anyone arrested at Cal Poly, call and talk with a professional, licensed bondsman  toll free 888-224-5266.

    Call a 24 hour expert bail bondsman if someone you know has been arrested on or near the campus at Cal Poly. We've been working with people in the SLO area for many years and understand the legal process and procedures in San Luis Obispo County.

    We'll work quickly to asssist you in understanding the details of the bail process. You may have never thought you'd need a bail bond for someone at Cal Poly. However, we understand that things do happen when you least expect it.

    When you're ready to move forward, we'll ask a few questions then work quickly to have your friend, student or family member released from custody, likely the very same day. Don't waste another minute in search of professional help. You've come to the right place.


    The mission of the Cal Poly University Police Department is to promote a safe and secure learning environment by maintaining order, enforcing laws, and providing professional police, emergency, parking, and access services.

    Cal Poly is one of 23 California State University campuses and the University Police Department is part of the Administration and Finance Division at the Cal Poly campus. There are 44 full-time members of the University Police Department.

    The Patrol Division of the department dispatches via on-campus 9-1-1 Communications Center. Uniformed Police Officers offer service twenty-four hours per day, every day of the year. They are empowered by the State of California to enforce federal, state, and local law as well as university regulations. They utilize police vehicles and bicycles as well as foot patrol.

    The purpose of the University Police Department Patrol Division is to provide a safe and orderly environment for students, student-residents, staff, faculty, administrators, and visitors to the campus.


    Since there is not a jail located at the Cal Poly Police Department, when someone is arrested on or around the campus or surrounding areas, they will be transported to the San Luis Obispo Jail, located on Kansas Ave.

    During the booking process, the arrestee will be fingerprinted, photographed, and will undergo a background check for any warrants or holds. Then they will be processed into the jail computer system. This process can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours to complete. Release from the SLO jail can take anywhere from 4 to 6 hours, depending on the defendant's various circumstances and the staff at the jail.

    In accordance with California Penal Code Section 851.1, once the booking process is complete, the arrestee will be allowed to make telephone calls. Inmates booked into the San Luis Obispo County jail are eligible to be released on bail or bond, unless otherwise specified by a warrant, court order or bail schedule.

    Our agents can post bail at the San Luis Obispo County jail, 24-hours a day and can handle everything you need by fax, email or phone. Further, we can meet you at the campus, your office, home or directly at the jail. We want to make the process for you a fast and easy one.

    Read our bail FAQ's page for further information.


    The members of the campus community are expected to take steps to insure their own safety. However, the University Police Department does provide students an escort van service through the Community Service Officer Division.

    This service provides a ride from designated pick up points to anywhere on campus or up to 1/2 mile off campus. The service is not provided during academic breaks or holidays. They will attempt to accommodate special requests in an emergency or unusual circumstance.


    The Community Outreach and Crime Prevention division of the University Police Department builds relationships. It also engages the community in various non-traditional activities intended to increase safety and reduce criminal activity on and around the Cal Poly campus.

    The University also maintains a widely distributed on-campus network of "Blue Light" emergency telephones. Each bright blue phone is identified by a blue light to help locate the phone at night. Pressing a button on the phone will connect the caller directly with a 9-1-1 Dispatcher at the University Police Department Communications Center.

    This on-campus center is staffed 365 days a year by trained and experienced Police Dispatchers.


    With 888 Bail Bond, it’s fast and easy to handle the bail bond paperwork by fax or e-mail.  It may be surprising to find out that with our bail bond company that everything can be handled from your home or office.

    To pay for the bond we always accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. And, when qualified, we offer creative and flexible payment options where you’ll never have to worry about interest, fees or taxes. See our video for additional information on bail payment plans and paying for the bail bond.

    The cost of the bond is established by the State of California at 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if the bail amount is set at $20,000, the bail bond will cost $2,000, nothing more. The fees charged for a bail bond will always be discussed with you in advance.

    We're professional, accurate, knowlegeable and fast. And, we pride ourselves in the fact that we've been providing excellent customer service to our clients for over 40 years. See why choosing the right bail bonds company can make such a difference for you.

    Call us for immediate bail information if anyone has been arrested at Cal Poly University, or anywhere in the San Luis Obispo area. We're here for you, every day and night.

    Call us locally at 805-582-0955 or toll-free 888-224-5266 (888 BAIL BOND) for fast and excellent service.

    The University Police Department
    California Polytechnic State University
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93407-0140
    Non-emergency (805) 756-2281