If a friend or family member has been arrested at Cal State San Marcos and taken to jail, you'll want to speak with a licensed bail bondsman as soon as possible.
When you call 888 Bail Bonds a professional agent will be ready to answer your questions and get started on a bail bond 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Call 888 Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266 and let us get started right away on getting your loved one released from jail as quickly and safely as possible.
UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
The CSU San Marcos University Police Department provides service 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. A trained emergency dispatcher is always on duty to answer calls and officers are available to respond and assist.
Officers have statewide authority and have been trained in the same ways as all municipal and county officers, as well as any additional training needed to meet the needs of the campus.
Personal safety escorts will provide services between dusk and dawn, to and from campus buildings, parking lots, immediate bus stops and any areas directly adjacent to campus property. Escorts are provided by Community Service Officers (CSO). They will escort on foot, bicycle or vehicle.
The Critical Response Unit is responsible for preventing and mitigating the effects of civil disorder and natural disasters as well as executive protection. The CRU was organized to assist fellow campuses with additional personnel who are trained as a unit to respond.
The Rape Aggression Defense system trains women in basic self-defense techniques and tactics. It starts by teaching avoidance, risk reduction and risk prevention before moving in to hands-on defense training.
Community Services Officers are civilian personnel members of the University Police Department. They are students working part-time to provide services to the campus community. They perform a variety of duties, including locking and unlocking buildings, telephone and light checks, crime prevention, security at special events, traffic control and night escorts.
To qualify as a CSO, students must:
- have a valid California Driver's License
- be at least 18 years olD
- enrolled at the University with a minimum of 6 semester units
- maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA
- pass a background and fingerprint check
ARREST & BOOKING
When someone is arrested on campus, they will be taken to the Vista Jail for booking. The booking process will include being fingerprinted and photographed, and a background check and warrant search will be done. They could be given a citation and released, depending on the offense. If not, they will be given a bail amount according to the county bail schedule. The defendant will remain in jail until bail has been posted or the case has been concluded.
When you call about a bail bond, we'll need to know some basic information: defendant's full name and date of birth, address and employment information, list of charges and bail amount.
We can approve a bond and complete the paperwork over the phone. Forms can also be completed by fax or email, or an agent will meet with you in person at a convenient location.
PAYING FOR A BAIL BOND
In California, the cost of a bail bond is 10% of the bail amount. For instance, if bail is set at $15,000 then the bail bond fee will be $1,500. This fee is not negotiable and will not be returned, regardless of the outcome of the case.
We offer convenient payment options, such as accepting all major credit cards. We can also make a payment plan for qualifying clients. There is usually no need for collateral when you obtain a bond through us.
425 La Moree Rd.
San Marcos, CA 92096
Call 888 Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266. We are available 24/7 to answer all of your bail bonds questions.