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    Individuals arrested in Santa Ana may have been arrested by the Santa Ana Police or the Orange County Sheriff's Department.

    If you are trying to bail someone out of jail in Santa Ana and need help determining the location of the inmate, call 888 Bail Bonds for help.

    Or visit our Santa Ana bail bonds page for more information.


    Santa Ana Police Department
    60 Civic Center Plaza
    Santa Ana, CA  92701
    (714) 245-8665


    The Santa Ana Police Department provides law enforcement services to the largest city in Orange County.  The building is a newer, architecturally beautiful state of the art facility.


    The Santa Ana PD is located diagonally across Boyd Way and 6th Street from the OC Central Jail Complex, the County's main jail. However, the Santa Ana PD houses their own inmates in their jail. The jail is located at the south end of the building, directly up the stairs near the round part of the building. There is a door clearly marked "Santa Ana Jail". This is where inmate information can be obtained in person, bail bonds are posted and arrestees will be released.

    The Santa Ana PD Jail was offering "Pay-to-Stay" programs, but due to the overwhelming demand, this has been discontinued at least temporarily.

    Let 888 Bail Bonds help you.

    Call us at 714-835-2245 or toll free at 888-BAIL-BOND for Santa Ana Police Department and Jail Information.


    The Santa Ana Police Department address is on Civic Center Drive. The physical location is on Boyd Way between Civic Center and West 6th Street. The main entrance is closest to Civic Center and the jail is closest to 6th Street. There is a public pay parking structure directly across Boyd.

    Note that when parking in this structure, you may be approached by individuals offering you bail bond services. This is an illegal activity. If you are bailing someone out of jail, beware of individuals who operate outside of the law. For more information see bail bond scams.