Premiere Bail Bonds Brea – Call 1-800-662-0056
At Premiere Bail Bonds in Brea we are here to help you with all of your bonding needs. The Brea Police Dept is located at 1 Civic Center Circle. To post bail for someone in the Brea Jail please call us 24 hours at 800-662-0056. We will assist you through this process. We having been serving Brea and all of Orange County for over 12 years. Typically after receiving a bail bond the Jail will release the inmate within 10 minutes. The easiest way to post bail in Brea is to meet us right at the jail. This allows us to complete the paperwork, post the bond, and secure the release of the inmate.
We offer a variety of services for our clients to make this an easy process. You might be able to post bail by phone or fax. We offer payment plans, no collateral bonds, signature bonds, and exceptional customer service. If you need a bail bond in Brea we can be there in a matter or a few minutes. Please let us know how we can help you 1-800-662-0056.
Getting out of Jail in Brea
Need of a bail bond in the city of Brea? With over eleven years of experience in the state of California, Premiere Bail Bonds is a family-owned bail bonds company that has provided professional services and expertise to thousands of clients. We know all too well how stressful and confusing posting a bail bond for a friend or loved one can be. Our skilled bondsmen can be reached twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week by calling (800) 662-0056. Through telephone or fax our staff can help you through this difficult experience and help your friend or relative get released from jail with whatever language, schedule conflicts or financial difficulties one would have.
If the person you wish to release from jail was arrested in the city of Brea there are a few facts you will need to know. First, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department routinely patrols the city of Brea and would have been one of the agencies that arrested the individual in question. Or, the individual was taken in under Brea Police custody. Premiere Bail Bonds has many years experience dealing with both departments and will obtain information needed to know where the individual is being booked and will quickly expedite an immediate release from jail.
Below you will find information regarding many answers to questions you may have. In addition you will find contact information and maps that apply to the city of Brea and the Orange County Jail. Any additional questions please call Premiere Bail Bonds in Orange County at
(800) 662-0056 to get the resources and assistance you need to help you through this experience.
Where can an arrestee be held if taken into custody?
If the individual in question was arrested by the Brea Police they will be taken to the local department jail located below for booking. If bail is not set within a couple of hours, the individual will likely be taken to the Orange County Jail facility in Santa Ana. If the individual in question was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department they will be immediately taken to the OC jail facility.
How can you start the process to post bail for someone?
Usually to start you need to contact the jail facility of the Brea Police Department or the Orange County Jail in Santa Ana. This information will usually become available within two hours of release. You can contact the Brea Police Department directly and/or you can look up this information on the OCSD’s search engine for inmates located on their website www.ocsd.org. If the inmate is a new booking and has completed the booking process or has appeared in court and has been remanded to the custody of the Sheriff, bail can be posted at the IRC Cashier’s Office at 550 N. Flower St., Santa Ana. If the inmate has been sentenced, bail cannot be posted. By calling Premiere Bail Bonds, we can find out this information quickly through the phone or the fax and release the inmate immediately after the booking process.
How long does the process take?
The time it takes for an inmate to arrive in county, go through paperwork, fingerprints, and photographs it can take up to six to eight hours in the county jail depending on how busy the facility is or it can take just less than an hour in the local Brea jail. If you call our office and obtain our services, we can cut this time in half and make the process easier.
How can I get some or all of the inmate’s processions released to me?
During regular visiting days and times, simply advise the Deputy at the information desk that you need a Property Release Form Complete the form in detail and return it to the Deputy who will obtain the inmate’s signature. When the form is signed, the property will be brought to the information desk. You must wait until all of the above steps have been completed. If you do not wait, the property will be returned to storage and the process will begin again when you return. Only in cases of extreme emergency can it be done outside of regular visiting days and times.
Contact Information :
Brea Chamber of Commerce
#1 Civic Center Circle
Brea, CA 92821
Brea Police Department
1 Civic Center Circle on the Plaza level (street level)