Paradise is a beautiful place to live, work and visit. There will be times, however, when someone will find themselves on the wrong side of the law and be arrested by the Paradise Police Department.
If your loved one has found themselves in such a situation, you will want to act quickly in order to make sure they spend as little time in jail as possible. The bail bond agents at 888 Bail Bond are ready to help you through this situation at any time of the day or night.
When you call us at 888-224-5266 our bondsman will answer all of your questions about obtaining a bail bond for your loved one in Paradise.
If a friend or family member has been arrested in Paradise, they will be taken to the Butte County Jail for the booking process. They will be fingerprinted and photographed. A background check will be done and officers will check for any outstanding warrants from anywhere in the country.
Depending on how many incoming inmates there are at the time, booking could take anywhere from 2-6 hours to complete. After booking is complete, they will be allowed to make a phone call.
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The bail bonds process can be tough to navigate on your own. With our help, it can be made so much easier. Paperwork can be completed from the comfort of your home or office. We can complete a bail bond by phone, fax, or email. An agent would even be able to meet with you in person.
We accept payment with all major credit cards. In many cases, we can make a payment arrangement for clients who need one. There is usually no need for collateral with our bail bonds.
If your loved one has been arrested by the Paradise Police Department, don't hesitate to call us. We are here to help 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Call 888-224-5266 to get started on the Paradise bail bonds process right away.
The Town of Paradise sits in the foothills of Northern California's Sierra Nevada Mountains, with elevations reaching between 2,000 and 2,800 feet above the valley floor. There are nearly 27,000 residents in Paradise, with neighboring communities like Magalia, Paradise Pines, Lovelock, Stirling City and Inskip adding another 25,000 residents and visitors to the second-largest city in Butte County.
Forty-nine men and women belong to the Paradise Police Department. They proudly serve their community, working around the clock to protect the lives and property of Paradise residents.
There are five units, all working to provide the most efficient and timely service possible. Paradise is considered one of the safest communities in the area.
The largest unit in the Department is Patrol. Thirteen sworn officers and four sergeants make up the patrol division. Patrol officers are the first responders to routine calls and crimes in progress. The most significant problems in Paradise are related to vehicle traffic.
In 2010, 246 DUI arrests were made by Paradise Police officers. Thanks to the "Avoid the Eight" grant, the Department is better able to perform DUI Check Points and "Saturation DUI Patrols" to help keep the town's streets safe from intoxicated drivers.
The Department's K9 unit is made up of one team- Officer Timothy Cooper and Lucy, a 7 year old black Labrador retriever. Together, they have made 180 narcotics seizures since Lucy joined the department in 2006.
PARADISE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Paradise Police Department
5595 Black Olive Dr.
Paradise, CA 95969