At Bail Bonds, we have a no-fail-bail plan to help individuals and families with loved ones in trouble.
We offer fast, reliable service. Our highly trained, licensed bail bondsmen are happy to answer whatever questions you may have about bail and incarceration. We also believe that friends and family should give each other a helping hand every now and then.
We employ bondsmen who know that family is a symbol for people who stand together in times of trouble.
Please rest assured that a Bail Bondsman will do everything they can get to get someone you care about released from jail as quick as possible. We make the bail process easy and fast, too, since we can handle the paperwork by email, fax or in person.
Call Bail Bonds for fast track bonding and jail release at: 888-224-5266.
FILLMORE SHERIFF & POLICE INFORMATION
Even in a town as quiet as Fillmore, arrests do occur. When this happens, Fillmore deputies take male arrestees to the Ventura East Valley jail, and both men and women to the Ventura County Main jail, because their station does not contain any on-site cells.
Thankfully, at Bail bonds, we have over 40 years of experience dealing with the law in Ventura County so we can help you bail a person out of jail in this area, quickly.
Fillmore began contracting its law enforcement services from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department in 1987. The Fillmore Sheriff’s Station is also responsible for about 450 square miles of unincorporated area in the Santa Clara Valley, including the community of Piru.
The Fillmore Station performs much of its patrol duties with a Bike Patrol Unit that is comprised of eight specially trained deputies. The Bike Patrol is also used for civic events, enforcement of public nuisance crimes and other team operations. Each year the Fillmore Station offers a Bike Rodeo for the youth who live here.
In August of 2001, Fillmore introduced its first traffic enforcement motorcycle, a BMW bike, which was purchased thanks to a technology grant from the State. There is one motor officer who handles all the traffic enforcement within the city. He also happens to be an expert at investigating the root causes of any traffic accidents that occur in Fillmore. He is also trained in accident reconstruction, skid marks analysis, and accident investigation.
The Fillmore Station is home to a Special Enforcement Detail that provides several services for its citizens, including gang enforcement, tagging/graffiti investigations and alcohol beverage control. When any specific crimes that are beyond the scope of normal patrol resources occur, it is the Special Enforcement Detail that is called into action.
BAIL BOND COSTS
Learning what a premium is, will help you understand how you can pay for a bail bond. A "premium" is the amount paid to a Bail Bondsman for his service and the risk he assumes posting a bond for a defendant.
In California, the amount of this premium is usually 10% of the entire bail amount. So, if you have a bond for $10,000, the cost of the premium will be $1,000. The premium is not refunded even when a defendant appears in court, or even if the charges are dropped.
When you pay a bondsman a premium at Bail bonds, we don't just take the money and disappear. We will stand by you every step of the way during the bail bond process and explain all of it to you. Our paperwork is very simple and takes around 15-30 minutes to complete.
In Ventura County, the release time after the jail accepts the bond can vary anywhere from 4-8 hours, depending on how busy it is, but we call every hour to update you on the defendant's situation. If you would like to find out more about premiums and our services, please call us at (888) BAIL BOND now.
Fillmore Sheriff Station
524 Sespe Avenue
Fillmore, CA 93015
To speak with one of our trained and licensed bail bondsmen, please call 888 Bail Bond at 888-224-5266 (888) BAIL BOND. The faster you call, the sooner we can get your loved one or friend home to you.