Orange County bondsman for the Placentia Jail
The Placentia Police Department is located at: 401 East Chapman Ave. Placentia, CA 92870.
Anytime someone is arrested by a member of local law enforcement they will be handcuffed, read their Miranda Rights and will be taken to the local jail to be booked into the system.
When they arrive at the Placentia Jail their personal items, such as their wallets, jewelry and their cell phones will be taken and sealed into a plastic bag. These things will not be returned to the defendant until they are released from custody.
From there, they will be photographed, fingerprinted and their information will be cross checked against a national crime database in order to make sure they don't have any outstanding warrants. The warrant check results usually take somewhere between 4 and 6 hours to process, which is why the booking process takes as long as it does. No one is allowed to be released on Placentia bail bonds until the warrant check information comes back.
How long does the bail bonds process take?
We are asked this question all the time and our answer is always the same- very fast! Although many companies still require clients to drop everything and drive to their office to fill out paperwork, we use technology to help streamline this process. If you'd like, we can send you the necessary documents via fax or email. The email will arrive as an Adobe .PDF file. Most computers come with Adobe Acrobat Reader pre-loaded onto the system, but if you don't have this program it can be downloaded for free off the Internet.
The application is easy to fill out and understand with most clients saying they are able to get everything completed in 10 minutes or less. From there, you'll just need to scan and email or fax it back to our office. Once we have your paperwork in hand and payment arrangements have been made, we'll dispatch someone to the jail to post the defendant's bond.
The email and fax options make the posting bail process even quicker because you won't be required to take time off work or leave the house in the middle of the night. You can easily complete the process in the place where you feel most safe and comfortable, whether it be your home, office or somewhere else.
If you have questions about how bail works, how much bail bonds cost or the responsibilities you'll take on when you cosign for the defendant, call our office today to learn how we can help.