Van Nuys

Van Nuys Bail Bonds

If you know someone who was recently arrested somewhere in the San Fernando Valley (SFV), chances are they will be taken to the Van Nuys Jail for booking at some point. The police station and jail in Van Nuys is located off Van Nuys Boulevard (between Delano & Sylvan Streets) in a pedestrian mall in a Government Center shared with the Van Nuys Courthouse. Called the LAPD – Van Nuys Division Jail Station, the jail itself is a moderate-size jail with an approximate capacity of 140 inmates. With about 1.3 million people currently living in the Valley, it is only fitting that the jail is mainly operating at full capacity and does not move at lightning speeds. Therefore, the bond process here typically takes several hours from the time a person is arrested to the time a bail bond can be turned in by the bail agent, or bondsman as some refer to us. In order to become one of the most reputable bail agencies in the SF valley or in all of LA for that matter, Bail Bonds DIRECT has to compete at the highest level, which means providing superior service, charging less and doing more with better ingredients like Papa John’s. Specifically, taking that extra step to make sure the bond process is as simple as it sounds and is geared to fit the convenience of the client. We have eliminated the middle man, which means you save time by dealing Direct.

Illegal Bail Bonds in Van Nuys

Van Nuys is located in the center of the SFV. The jail in Van Nuys has many current issues that clients shall be aware of. For example, it is illegal to solicit bail bond services. Solicitation of services can occur in several different ways even by unlicensed people pretending to be bail agents. It can happen in front of the jail by people standing just outside the front steps, just hanging out passing flyers, business cards or attempting to start a friendly conversation. By checking online arrest logs and learning who is in jail, random people can find your information online and cold-call you offering bail services, or even worst, in some cases, a licensed agent can simply walk into the jail and request to interview the inmate without getting permission or consent from anyone. Be aware that these attempts to sell bail bonds services are illegal and can result in certain people going to jail for doing so. To avoid paying someone you did not personally contact, make sure that you contact Bail Bonds Direct, a licensed and bonded business with professional agents that don’t have to stand on street corners to sell our services.

Van Nuys Bail Bonds Process

To make the bail process fast and simple for someone who is in custody at the Van Nuys jail, we offer a program called “credit release by phone” where we complete the paperwork process within minutes over the phone and/or through email/fax/text and get a bail bond posted for the person you are bailing out, at the Van Nuys Police Department’s Jail. From the time a bond is posted and processed by the jailors in Van Nuys, it takes anywhere from 45-90 minutes on the average for release depending mainly on factors such as current staff and workload. We always tell our clients that we can only turn in a bond so quickly, but after that, it is totally in the hands of the jailor(s) as to how fast they process the bond and release the individual. So, if you have any questions at all on any topic relating to bail bonds, just pick up the phone and call, day or night, and we will do our best to answer all of your questions.

This website is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice or the information of an attorney client relationship. Bail Bonds Direct makes no warranties or guarantees of case outcomes.


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931 North Vignes St,

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone. 213-465-4030

Fax. 213-465-4030