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When you call 888 Bail Bond at 888-224-5266, a bondsman will be ready to answer any questions you have and explain the bail bond process for Colusa bail bonds.
BAIL BOND PROCESS & PAYMENT
When you call 888 Bail Bond at 888-224-5266, an agent will ask a few standard questions to get a bond approved for your friend or family member.
Then, our simple paperwork will need to be completed and signed. This can be done in person or by phone, fax or email.
Once all of the documents have been completed, payment for the bond will have to be made before we can post bail. The cost of a bail bond is 10% of the bail amount. For instance, if bail is $10,000 then you will pay a $1,000 fee for our service.
Payments can be made with cash or credit card. In some cases, we may be able to make a payment plan in order to make paying for a bail bond easier to afford. There are never any additional taxes or fees with a bail bond.
Once payment is complete, we will be able to post a bond to the Colusa County Jail 24-hours a day. Safety is always a top priority in detention facilities, so knowing the exact time someone will be released is not possible. It could take several hours for your loved one to be released.
Call a bondsman right away and let us get to work. Our professional and caring team of bondsmen will make sure that the process goes as smoothly as possible for you. Each client is handled with respect and care, and you can be confident that we will handle your situation with speed and delicacy.
For 24 hour Colusa County bail bonds assistance, call 888-BAIL-BOND.
Colusa County Sheriff
929 Bridge St.
Colusa, CA 95932
Colusa County is located northwest of Sacramento in California's Central Valley. It is one of the original counties, created in 1850. The county spans across 1,156 square miles and is populated by nearly 21,500 residents. There are two incorporated cities within Colusa County as well as several unincorporated communities.
The first sheriff in Colusa County was appointed in February 1851. The first county jail and courtroom was built in 1854. The Colusa County Sheriff is responsible for providing law enforcement services to the unincorporated areas of the county.
The Department is separated into three divisions: Correctional, Support, and Field Services. The Field Services Division provides Animal Control, Boating Safety Unit, Coroner, Investigations, Narcotics Task Force, Patrol, Property and Evidence, School Resource Officers, and Special Operations and Response (SOAR).
The Patrol Unit is responsible for patrolling all areas in the county outside of the cities of Colusa and Williams. Patrols are done to deter criminals and to stay in contact with the community. They respond to calls about crimes in progress, property crimes and coroner cases. Patrol Deputies are active 24-hours a day.
The Sheriff's Department is also responsible for overseeing the jail and the inmates housed within.
JAIL & INMATE SERVICES
Colusa County Jail
929 Bridge St.
Colusa, CA 95932
The Colusa County Jail facility was opened in 1963 and is operated by a staff of 13. That includes eight correctional officers, one jail commander, one sergeant and three corporals.
The jail is rated to house up to 92 inmates, both sentenced and those awaiting trial. Inmates may spend up to one year in the jail for each felony conviction. Meals for the inmates are provided three times a day by the local hospital.
Inmates are permitted two 30-minute visits each week. Photo ID is needed to visit an inmate and anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Inmates are provided with a variety of programs, including Alcoholics Anonymous, Church services, dental, medical and mental health services, hair care, a school program and work furlough.
Anyone arrested in Colusa County will be taken to the jail for booking. The booking process will include fingerprinting and photographs, a background check and a nationwide warrant search. Bail will be set according to the county bail schedule and the inmate will be eligible for release. The full bail amount can be paid directly to the jail with cash, money order or cashier's check. The other option is to use the services of a licensed bail bondsman.
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Colusa Police Department
Williams Police Department
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