When you get the call about a friend or family member being arrested, you want to do whatever you can to help bring them home quickly.
Speaking with a licensed bondsman can help you understand the entire process, making sure it goes as smoothly as possible. 888 Bail Bond can approve bail bonds quickly over the phone.
Our simple paperwork allows for bail bonds online, by fax or email, or in person. One of our friendly agents will arrange to meet with you at any convenient location, even your home or office.
When you call 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266) a licensed bondsman is available 24/7 to answer all of your questions for Perris bail bonds.
EXPERT RIVERSIDE BONDSMAN
This is a stressful time, but you don't have to face it on your own. 888 Bail Bond has been helping clients since 1971. We have an excellent rating with the Better Business Bureau, so you can be assured that you will receive the best possible service when we help you through the bail bond process.
Our caring, professional staff will make sure that you and your loved one are treated with respect, and that every case is handled confidentially. With the assistance of a licensed bondsman, you'll be surprised how simple and quick it can be to get your loved one released from jail.
We can post a bond 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, so call us any time to get started on a bail bond so your loved one does not have to spend unnecessary time in jail.
We make paying for a bail bond easy. We accept all major credit cards, and in many cases, a payment plan can be made. There are never additional taxes or fees for our services. Typically, there is no need for collateral to secure the bond.
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PERRIS SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SUBSTATION
Police services for the City of Perris have been contracted with the Riverside County Sheriff's Office since April 11, 1996. The Sheriff's department is also contracted with Canyon Lake and Menifee. The Perris Station also provides services for the communities of Gavilan Hills, Glen Valley, Homeland, Lake Matthews, Mead Valley, Romoland, and Woodcrest.
The Riverside Sheriff's Forensic Services also operates out of this station. It is responsible for the collection, preservation and identification of evidence for all of the stations in the western side of the county.
When someone is arrested in the area of the Perris Sheriff's Department Substation, they will likely be taken to the Southwest Detention Center for booking. The booking process could take several hours to complete, depending on how busy jail staff members are when an individual is brought in. The process will include photographs ("mug shots"), fingerprinting, a background check and nationwide warrant search. The bail amount will be determined by the county bail schedule. Once they are completely booked in, the defendant will have the opportunity to make phone calls.
If they have the funds available, the defendant can post bail themselves. Most often, a friend or family member will have to come and either pay the full amount of the bail, in cash or with cashier's check, or get the help of a licensed California bail bondsman.
137 N. Perris Blvd. Ste. A
Perris, CA 92570