STATION AND JAIL INFORMATION
The San Dimas Sheriff Station serves the City of San Dimas and the unincorporated communities of Covina, Azusa, Glendora, La Verne, and Claremont.
If someone is arrested in these areas they will be transported to the San Dimas Sheriff’s Station Jail.
The station is located in the eastern portion of Los Angeles County, adjacent to the cities of La Verne and Pomona. The station also provides law enforcement for a large portion of the Azusa Canyon and Mount Baldy areas of the Angeles National Forest (State Route 39).
The San Dimas Jail is serviced by the Los Angeles Sherriff’s Department (LASD).
It is important to know that the jail at this station is a temporary holding facility. S
hould there be overcrowding, a medical condition or upon going to court, male inmates may be transported to Pitchess Detention Center or Men’s Central Jail and women will be taken to the Century Station jail in Lynwood.
Each of these County Jails have a much longer booking process. For this reason we suggest posting bail for a defendant while they are being held at the smaller San Dimas Station Jail.
For further information on persons arrested and in custody, you may call to speak 24/7 with a licensed bail bondsman.
We can provide arrest and bail information for the San Dimas Sheriff Station Jail at 888-224-5266, 24 hours a day.
SAN DIMAS JAIL BAIL BONDS
Should you need a bail bond for the San Dimas Jail, call us toll free at (888) BAIL BOND or (888) 224-5266.
You will be connected with a 24-hour licensed bondsman who can discuss your specific situation professionally and confidentially.
San Dimas Station
270 S Walnut Avenue
San Dimas, CA 91773-2646
(909) 450-2700 Main
(626) 332-1184 (non-emergency)
Members of the public may visit inmates at any of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department jail facilities. However, it is suggested to call ahead of time to confirm visiting hour schedules when planning to visit a friend or family member in jail.
It is noteworthy that the City of San Dimas provides specialized "problem-oriented policing," addressing quality of life issues within the city of San Dimas. They coordinate business and neighborhood watch programs, in addition to youth and school programs.