Premiere Bail Bonds Beverly Hills - 800-662-0056
Do you need to post a bail bond in Beverly Hills? A licensed California bail bond agency can help you through the process. Premiere Bail Bonds (800-662-0056), a family-owned agency, has the experience and expertise to help you post bail in Beverly Hills quickly and efficiently.
At the Beverly Hills Jail, bail may be posted between 5:30am and 1am daily. Bail by a licensed California bail bondsman. Premiere Bail Bonds (800-662-0056) has been posting bail bonds in Beverly Hills for 11 years. Our service is professional, quick and convenient.
Please call us at 800-662-0056 . We will obtain the necessary information – bail amount, booking number, charges, court date, etc. – on your behalf. You will be able to post bail in Beverly Hills with minimal inconvenience and stress.
Below you will find detailed information about the Beverly Hills Police Department and Jail, as well as contact information and answers to common questions about the Beverly Hills Superior Court, the Public Defender’s office and the District Attorney’s office.
Beverly Hills Police Department
464 N Rexford Dr
Calls for general police and fire services should be reported on non-emergency
telephone lines at (310) 550-4951 . Parking problems,
loud parties and construction are examples of general calls
for service. For emergency only, call 9-1-1.
BEVERLY HILLS JAIL INFORMATION
How do I post bail for a person who is being held in the Beverly Hills jail?
Bail may be posted between 5:30am and 1am daily. Bail must be posted in cash (the full amount) or by bail bond. Bail bond agents are listed in the yellow pages of your telephone directory.
To post a bail bond in Beverly Hills, please call Premiere Bail Bonds at 800-662-0056. We can obtain all the information you need and handle the process for you.
What are the jail visiting hours?
Visiting hours are 10am to 11:30am daily. Adult visitors (18 years and older) must present valid picture identification; visitors younger than 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Attorneys, bail bond agents and members of the clergy are allowed to visit at any time.
You may obtain a copy of a crime or traffic accident report by mail or in person if you are listed as a victim or party, or if you have a notarized authorization from a victim or party listed on the report (attorneys must include a signed authorization from their client.) Individuals listed as "suspects" may not obtain copies. Arrest reports are only available from the District Attorney's Office, once the case has been filed.
By Mail. To obtain a copy of an available report, mail your request to: Records Section, Beverly Hills Police Department, 464 North Rexford Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Indicate the report case number (if known), name of the victim or party and the date, time, and location of the incident. Leave the amount space blank, and write "not to exceed $5.00" on the amount line. Do not send cash, include a stamped self-address envelope and allow 10 business days for processing.
In Person . Contact the Police Department Records Section at 464 North Rexford Dr. during business hours, 7:30am to 11:30pm daily. Valid picture identification MUST be presented. The fee is 40 cents for the first page and 10 cents for each additional page.
When visiting the Records Section, be sure to bring legal identification such as a current driver's license, state identification card or passport.
For more information on the Beverly Hills Police Department, click
Beverly Hills Superior Court
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday excluding all legal holidays.
For more superior court information, click here: http://www.lasuperiorcourt.org/locations/ Then click on “Beverly Hills”
Beverly Hills Public Defenders Office
404 Municipal Court Bldg
The Public Defender is a law office established and funded by the County of Los Angeles. The functions of the office are defined by the county charter and by California state law. The attorneys and other staff employed by the office render legal services to individuals who are accused of public offenses, and who cannot afford to retain the services of a private attorney. We also represent any person under the age of 18 who is facing juvenile delinquency proceedings, or regarding whom the state has instituted wardship proceedings because of habitual truancy or incorrigibility. We represent individuals who are involuntarily detained in medical facilities in a variety of mental health proceedings because of purported mental disabilities, those as to whom conservatorship proceedings have been instituted because they are alleged to be gravely disabled, and patients whose competency to refuse medical treatment is challenged. Finally, we represent individuals who are subject to contempt proceedings for violation of court orders, such as child support and child visitation or custody orders.
For more information on the Public Defender’s office, click here: http://pd.co.la.ca.us/
If you need help with bail bonds in Beverly Hills, call Premiere Bail Bonds at 800-662-0056.
Beverly Hills District Attorney’s Office
9355 Burton Way, Rm. 400
As the largest local prosecutorial agency in the nation, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has a jurisdiction covering 4,083 square miles. The territory stretches from Antelope Valley to Long Beach, from Pomona to Malibu.
On average the District Attorney’s Office prosecutes nearly 60,000 felonies and 200,000 misdemeanors a year. The Juvenile Division, which has nine offices throughout the County, files approximately 30,000 criminal petitions a year against criminal offenders under 18 years of age.
Stopping the cycle of domestic violence is a major priority of the District Attorney's Office. The office does this by diligently prosecuting family violence crimes and helping victims with care and compassion. The District Attorney’s Office also participates in multi-agency efforts to combat family violence throughout the County. As chief prosecutor in the county, the District Attorney appoints the Chair of the Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Council. Pamela Booth, the Head Deputy of the District Attorney’s Family Violence Division, currently serves as Chair.
The Family Violence Division, which handles cases in Downtown Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, was created to deal with the most serious offenders and to sensitively help victims with the healing process. The Family Violence Division is comprised of specially trained attorneys who vertically prosecute spousal abuse, physical child abuse, and other domestic violence crimes. This means that one deputy district attorney handles each case from beginning to end. The District Attorney’s Victim Impact Program enhances the Office’s ability to prosecute family violence crimes throughout the outlying areas of the County.
The District Attorney’s Office pledges to treat all family violence victims with the dignity and understanding they deserve. We will file criminal charges whenever there is legally sufficient evidence of a family violence crime and hope that all victims cooperate with our efforts. However, because our client, the People of the State of California, has an interest in protecting the safety of family violence victims and holding perpetrators accountable for their crimes, the District Attorney’s Office will proceed with family violence prosecutions with or without the victim’s cooperation.
For information on how victims can protect themselves and their children, please read the District Attorney’s Office Advice to Family Violence Victims and Witnesses .
Helpful Telephone Numbers
In 1994, the District Attorney’s Office established the Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Hotline – (800) 978-3600 – which helps victims find "A Safe Way Out" of their abusive environments. This multi-lingual toll-free service routes victims of domestic violence directly to trained shelter personnel in Los Angeles County. Learn more about the Hotline by clicking the link above.
The County of Los Angeles has also established a Child Abuse Hotline – (800) 540-4000 – where people can report their concerns about the welfare of a child.
Domestic Violence Shelter Hotlines
Family Violence Division