For additional information on anyone arrested in the San Bernardino County, call us 24 hours, toll-free 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).
SAN BERNARDINO BAIL SERVICE
When someone you know has been arrested and jailed by the San Bernardino Sheriff Department, we recommend starting the bail bond process with us as soon as possible for the fastest release.
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You may call to speak with a professional, licensed bail bondsman for additional booking and charge information on anyone being held in custody at a San Bernardino County jail.
We're available 24 hours a day for bail service in San Bernardino at toll free 888 BAIL BOND (888 224 5266).
SAN BERNARDINO SHERIFF DEPARTMENT INFORMATION
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is the main law enforcement agency for the entire county of San Bernardino. San Bernardino County is geographically the largest in the nation, encompassing 20,186 square miles.
There are 24 incorporated cities within San Bernardino County. Fourteen of those cities contract with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department for their law enforcement services.
The Department provides these cities with complete law enforcement service including, traffic services, investigations, and a wide variety of safety services and various support operations which provide enforcement coverage for the County of San Bernardino.
Within the entire San Bernardino County Sheriff jurisdiction, there are (4) detention facilities and (10) ten patrol stations.
The booking process in San Bernardino County generally can include, photographs, or taking a (mug shot), fingerprints and a check of the defendant's backgrond for any warrants or holds.
Once the booking process is complete, or usually within three to six hours of their entering the jail, the arrestee may be allowed to make telephone calls in accordance with California Penal Code Section 851.
The cost of a bail bond in San Bernardino County is established by the State of California at 10% of the total bail amount. To use an example, for a bail amount of $20,000, a bail bond will cost $2,000.
For payment of the bond, our company accepts cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. In many cases, we can also offer no collateral bail bonds and flexible payment options to those that qualify.
SHERIFF STATIONS AND JAILS
Below, you will find additional information regarding the San Bernardino Sheriff Patrol Stations and the areas they serve.
Apple Valley Station
The Apple Valley Sheriff’s Station consists of 55 officers and 13 general employees. There are currently two deputies assigned full time to community improvement projects, with emphasis on areas such as Mountain Vista and Vista Loma. They work closely with Code Enforcement, Probation and Parole to reduce crime and create a great community. If someone has been arrested in Apple Valley, they will be transported to the Victorville Jail located on Civic Drive in Victorville.
Barstow / Trona Station
The Barstow station handles one of the largest territories in all of California. The Sheriff patrol the communities of Baker, Daggett, Hinkley, Lenwood, Ludlow, Newberry Springs, Sandy Valley, Yermo, Red Mountain and Trona. Additionally, Trona and Baker are both sub-stations of the Barstow station.
Big Bear Station & Jail
The station is host to the city of Big Bear Lake's contract law enforcement personnel, as well as staff, in order to serve the unincorporated area. Additionally, a type I jail facility is housed within the county building.
The Central station provides patrol service to the unincorporated areas of the central valley. These include: Waterman Canyon, Arrowhead Farms, Devore and Muscoy. It also provides service for Grand Terrace, Loma Linda and the San Manuel Indian Reservation and Casino.
Chino Hills Station
The Chino Hills Police/Sheriff's Department has developed a strong working partnership with the city and its citizens by establishing a total team response that meets the needs of the community urban communities in the West Valley. The City of Chino Hills has long been established as an equestrian community that includes the McCoy Equestrian Ranch, and the Carbon Canyon area commonly known as "Sleepy Hollow."
Colorado River Station & Jail
The Colorado River Station covers the second largest geographical jurisdiction in San Bernardino County and is considered the county's "East Coast." This facility houses a 30 bed Type I jail facility, which takes in all arrestees from the Sheriff's Department, the California Highway Patrol, and all the other agencies that arrest under state law on the California side of the river.
One of the major collateral responsibilities of the Fontana Station is the well-known California Speedway. It also serves the communities of Fontana, Bloomington, Rialto and Lytle Creek.
The Highland Sheriff station is currently staffed with 31 sworn officers. Since its incorporation, the City of Highland has chosen to contract for its law enforcement services through the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.
Loma Linda Station
The Loma Linda Sheriff Station incorporates community-policing concepts in their enforcement operation. This approach is effective in detecting gang and criminal activity, and significantly impacting problems in the area. Working together with the citizens of the community, they will continue to be successful in all facets.
Morongo Basin Station
The Morongo Basin Station is the third largest Sheriff's station in both area and total number of calls for law enforcement services in San Bernardino County. Within the station's area of responsibility are the incorporated communities of Twenty-nine Palms and the Town of Yucca Valley. Other unincorporated communities serviced are Morongo Valley, Landers, Johnson Valley, Joshua Tree, Wonder Valley, Pioneertown, Amboy, Cadiz and Flamingo Heights. Because Morongo has just a small sub-station, arrestees will likely be transferred to West Valley Detention or Adelanto Jail.
The Needles Sheriff Department has achieved its outstanding success as a result of dedicated and professional people. The City of Needles contracted with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department for its law enforcement services, and is one of the five cities in the high desert to take advantage of this relationship. The city also enjoys one of the lowest crime rates of any city in the county.
Victor Valley Station
The Victor Valley Station provides law enforcement services to the communities of Adelanto, Helendale, Oro Grande, Silver Lakes, El Mirage, Spring Valley Lake, Oak Hills, Wrightwood and the unincorporated areas of the Victor Valley area not serviced by the cities of Hesperia, Victorville and the Town of Apple Valley. This station also provides contract law enforcement services to the City of Adelanto and has two Substations: one in Lucerne Valley and the other in Phelan.
The Victorville Station serves as the Police Department and works closely with the others departments in the City of Victorville. The City of Victorville contracts with the San Bernardino County Sheriff for City police services. The Victorville Station has the distinction of being the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s oldest contract city operation.
Twin Peaks Station
The patrol area stretches from Lake Silverwood to Lake View point and includes towns such as Crestline, Lake Arrowhead and Running Springs and numerous smaller communities and neighborhoods.
The Yucaipa station is not only responsible for policing the City of Yucaipa, but also for the surrounding unincorporated areas. These communities include the areas of Mentone, Oak Glen & the lower mountain communities of Mountain Home Village, Forest Falls, Angelus Oaks and Barton Flats. This area spans more than 225 square miles and includes the San Gorgonio Wilderness in its service area.
San Bernardino Sheriff Department
655 E. 3rd Street
San Bernardino, CA 92145