Central Detention Center
Call 1-877-279-1999 24 hours a day to speak to our helpful staff
If you have a friend or family member arrested by the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department we are here to help you understand the bail bond process and to discuss your available options. You may find it difficult to contact the person who was arrested for some time after the booking procedure, and the nature of the jail system may make it difficult for you to acquire the information you need concerning the arrest.
Our experienced bail bond company is here to help you make an informed decision on how to proceed in this difficult matter.
Central Detention Center (CDC)
630 East Rialto Avenue
San Bernardino, California 92415
Map and Directions
Feel free to call the detention facility to obtain the available bail information, or you can call us and we are more than happy to call on your behalf. You may also search below on the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Inmate Information System. If you call the jail yourself be ready to give the full legal name of the defendant and their date of birth. Be sure to write down the “booking number” the jail will give you. This is how the jail system identifies their numerous inmates. Bail can be posted 24 hours a day this facility and typically takes a few hours once a bail has been posted for a defendant to be released.
Inmates are allowed two visits per week, with each visit approximately 45 minutes. Please be prepared to show valid identification and be prepared to be thoroughly searched before entering the facility. Inmates have access to phones when they are housed, but cannot call until they are booked in completely.
We are experts on the San Bernardino County jail system and have all the connections you need to make the bail process as quick and painless as possible. We do most bail bonds over the phone and fax machine, or can come to you thus saving you the time and embarrassment of going to a bail bonds office. Discretion and the privacy of our customers is very important to us. Great care is taken to insure you are very comfortable and are well informed on every step of the bail bond procedure. Call us now to start the process and begin the road to recovery.
The Felony Bail Schedule is issued each year by the San Bernardino Superior Court and states the statutory amount of bail to be charged for a particular offense. This PDF document may be viewed and printed from this web site using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you may download the application from Adobe’s web site.