Santa Clarita

Santa Clarita Bail Bonds

The Santa Clarita Valley (SCV) is a vastly growing region located in the northern section of Los Angeles County. With nearly 200,000 residents spread out from Castaic to Canyon Country and everywhere in between, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Department has quite a large densely populated area to patrol. Both the Sheriff's Department and main courthouse serving Santa Clarita are located off of Magic Mountain Parkway (on the corner of Valencia). It is also where you can find the jail and/or holding facility. Famous for the amusement park Six Flags Magic Mountain, Santa Clarita does have its share of tourism, which of course contributes to crime although the crime level per capita in SCV is not considered high.

Santa Clarita Jail Information

The Santa Clarita Jail, which is connected to the SCV Sheriff Station, is where every individual, male or female, gets taken to upon arrest. If the arrestee has some sort of a medical condition (an injury or just taking medication), that person will be transferred to the Twin Towers Correctional Facility (TTCF) in downtown Los Angeles. Otherwise, the defendant will be held in this facility until he/she sees the judge. All misdemeanor cases and warrants will be scheduled to see the judge on the next business day, while felony cases will be in front of a judge on the second business day. For example, if a person is arrested on a felony charge on a Thursday, he/she will have to wait until Monday to see the judge. If that person bails out before seeing the judge, a new court date will be assigned to give the individual time to prepare for their case; court dates are set by the jail, not the bail bondsman, and are usually a month away. After the first court appearance, all individuals that are not ordered released by a judge will be taken to TTCF and do not come back to the Sheriff Department's Jail under any circumstances.

Santa Clarita Bail Bonds Process

As far as posting a bond for someone is custody, the process is relatively simple. There is usually only one jailor working at any given time so the release process totally depends on their current workload. If they happen to be busy while you and the bail agent are sitting in the lobby waiting to turn the bond in, there may be a waiting period. Typically when a bond is turned in at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station, it usually takes anywhere from 20-60 minutes for release. The longest part of the bail process actually happens before the bond is turned in. From the time an individual is arrested, they have to be booked and be cleared to bail out. The booking process is pretty quick but the latter part, the clearing of the fingerprinting involves a response on the person's background by the Department of Justice (DOJ). The DOJ checks for warrants, holds, aliases, etc., all things that can affect the bail amount or in some cases even prevent a person from bailing out of jail altogether (in the event of a no-bail-hold by a judge). Once the person is cleared, Bail Bonds DIRECT can furnish a bond very quickly. It takes us normally ten minutes to complete the necessary paperwork (posted online), and another ten minutes to prepare the bond and turn it in. Once the defendant is out, we quickly complete his/her side of the paperwork, give him/her a copy of the bond with the future court date on it and then you guys are free to go home. If you have any questions whatsoever, we are available day or night, 24 hours, seven days a week, so don't hesitate to call us. We will do our best to help you even if you do not need to retain our services. So, save time, deal direct.

Santa Clarita Crime DataCrime Data FAQ

CRIME INDEX
52
(100 is safest)Safer than 52% of
the cities
in the US.

Santa Clarita Annual Crimes

VIOLENTPROPERTYTOTAL
342 2,742 3,084
annual crimes per 1,000 residents
1.91 15.30 17.21
 

Violent Crime Comparisonper 1,000 residents

NATIONAL MEDIAN3.9

MY CHANCES OF BECOMING A VICTIM

in Santa Clarita1 in 524

in California1 in 236

   
1.91
 
4.23
 
 
  Santa ClaritaCalifornia 
Population 179,248Santa Clarita violent crimes
 MURDERRAPEROBBERYASSAULT
REPORT TOTAL 1 30 96 215
RATE PER 1,000 0.01 0.17 0.54 1.20
Population 313,914,040United States violent crimes
 MURDERRAPEROBBERYASSAULT
REPORT TOTAL 14,827 84,376 354,522 760,739
RATE PER 1,000 0.05 0.27 1.13 2.42

Property Crime Rate Comparisonper 1,000 residents

NATIONAL MEDIAN28.6

MY CHANCES OF BECOMING A VICTIM

in Santa Clarita1 in 65

in California1 in 36

   
15.30
 
27.59
 
 
  Santa ClaritaCalifornia 
Population 179,248Santa Clarita property crimes
 BURGLARYTHEFTMOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
REPORT TOTAL 616 1,822 304
RATE PER 1,000 3.44 10.16 1.70
Population 313,914,040United States property crimes
 BURGLARYTHEFTMOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
REPORT TOTAL 2,103,787 6,150,598 721,053
RATE PER 1,000 6.70 19.59 2.30

Crimes Per Square Mile

NATIONAL MEDIAN39.3

   
58
 
92
 
 
  Santa ClaritaCalifornia 

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931 North Vignes St,

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone. 213-465-4030

Fax. 213-465-4030

Email. info@bailbondsdirect.net