The city of Berkeley is located on the eastern side of the San Francisco Bay. It is known for it’s diverse neighborhoods and its relatively low crime rate. This is due largely in part to the dedication of of the Berkeley Police Department.
The mission of the Berkeley Police Department is to reduce violent crime, traffic collisions and crimes against property. They strive to provide professional, respectful law enforcement services to city residents and guests and to hold themselves accountable for their actions.
Berkeley Police Department
2100 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
24-hour Berkeley bail bonds information: 510-291-4169
When someone is arrested by the Berkeley Police Department they will be transported to the Santa Rita Jail to be booked and processed. You will want to contact an expert bail bondsman as soon as you learn the defendant has been taken into custody in order to make sure they can get out of jail as fast.
The cost to purchase bail bonds will be 10% of the defendant’s total bail amount. Bail is regulated by the California Department of Insurance and they, not individual bail bonds companies, set the rate at which bondsmen are to charge their clients. It is illegal to sell Berkley bail bonds for more or less than the set legal rate.
You should also keep in mind the fee you pay to a bondsman is just that, a fee. It is not something you will get back.
At Adelante Bail Bonds we have more than 40 years of experience in helping people get out of the Santa Rita Jail fast. We accept many forms of payment including debit cards and all major credit cards including Discover, MasterCard, Visa and American Express. Payment plans are available to those who qualify and we never charge our clients interest or financing fees.
For more information on Berkeley bail bonds, call 510-291-4169 now to be directly connected to a licensed bail bondsman who will explain your options.