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    If someone you care about gets arrested on campus, the first thing you want to do is find the quickest, safest way to get them out of jail.

    When you call 888 Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266, a licensed bail bondsman will be ready to speak with you immediately.

    We will answer any questions you may have, and get started on a bail bond for your friend or family member quickly. We are here to help, and in most cases, can post bail to any jail facility 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.


    The CSUSB Police Department is a state law enforcement agency that is made up of 18 sworn police officers and additional support staff. The CSUSB Department provides 24-hour protection to the entire campus community. It is responsible for overseeing the 471-acre campus and its 20,000 students, faculty and staff. Officers are also responsible for the outlying residential, canyon and foothills, serving a total area of 480 acres and 2.5 square miles.

    University Police have statewide authority and are vested with full law enforcement powers and responsibilities, just as any municipal police or sheriff's department. The Department was established in January 1974.

    The officers of the University Police perform crime prevention, victim assistance, disaster preparedness and problem-oriented policing. A Motor Officer is deployed for traffic enforcement. The Department has a substation within the university housing area to enhance the safety of residents.

    The patrol division operates with four patrol teams, each with its own sergeant that patrols the campus 24-hours a day. Patrol officers perform primary law enforcement duties for the campus, like responding to 911 calls, medical emergencies or public assists, and providing support during large campus events.


    Community Service Officers

    The University Police Department hires students to work as community service officers. Their duties can include escort service, observing and reporting any suspicious activity, hazardous conditions or criminal violations, giving directions and other aid to the campus community, locking and unlocking university buildings, and patrolling the campus, night and day, to help the campus community and act as a means of crime prevention.

    The escort program offers transportation to students, faculty and staff who may be concerned for their safety. Escorts are provided by foot, department car, or state vehicle. This service is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

    Citizen Volunteers

    The Department uses Citizen Volunteers to help supplement and support officers and civilian personnel by letting them concentrate on their primary duties. Volunteers strive to enhance campus safety and security. Volunteers will help in the areas of:

    • campus patrol
    • crime prevention
    • special events
    • escort service
    • investigations
    • report writing
    • dispatch
    • clerical
    • translator
    • fingerprinting

    Volunteers must have a valid California driver's license, have a good driving record, cannot have been convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor. They must pass a background screen, be of high moral character and be willing to volunteer at least eight hours per month.


    We understand how stressful it can be when a loved one has been arrested on campus. We will work to make the process go as smoothly as possible for you. Our clients have been pleasantly surprised by the quality of our service. We are a team of caring agents and we will handle your situation with the respect and confidentiality you expect and deserve.

    Call 888-224-5266 as soon as you learn of your loved one's arrest to receive a free consultation. We can approve a bond quickly after gathering some basic information about the arrested individual: full legal name, date of birth, address, employer information, list of charges and bail amount.

    Our simple paperwork can be completed by phone, fax or email, or in person. We offer a variety of convenient payment options, such as credit card acceptance and no-fee finance plans.

    With the help of our trusted bondsmen, we can get your loved one released in as little time as possible.

    For CSU San Bernardino bail bonds, call 888 Bail Bonds right away at 888-BAIL-BOND.

    University Police
    5500 University Pkwy
    San Bernardino, CA 92407
    Phone: 909-537-7777