The San Diego Police Department’s Eastern Division patrols an area consisting of 47.1 square miles and has a total population of almost 156,000 people. Neighborhoods patrolled by officers assigned to this division include Tierrasanta, Serra Mesa, Qualcomm, San Carlos, Mission Valley East, Lake Murray, Grantville, Kearney Mesa, Del Cerro, Allied Gardens and the College area.
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San Diego, CA 92123
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San Diego Police Department Bail Bonds
The San Diego bail bonds process can start as soon as someone is arrested, but you should be aware that it will take several hours for the defendant to get out of jail. At the time of the defendant’s arrest they will be taken to either the Las Colinas Jail in Santee or the San Diego Central Jail downtown. They will have their fingerprints and mug shots taken, their information will be entered into the computer system and they will undergo a national background check and warrant screen. During this time the crime they have been charged with will also be cross referenced with something called the County Bail Schedule and their bail will be set. On average, the booking process can take between 4 and 6 hours. Once this process is complete and the defendant is “clear for bail”, a San Diego bail bond can then be posted.
If you have learned that someone you care for has been arrested by the SDPD Eastern Division, call our office now at 619-785-6077. An expert San Diego bail bondsman is available to assist you 24-hours a day 365-days a year, nights weekends and holidays included.