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San Bernardino County Jail
Note: If you’re trying to find out whether or not a person was arrested at any San Bernardino County jail, please visit our San Bernardino inmate search page.
If you need assistance releasing someone from a San Bernardino County jail, please call 1-800-BAIL-BOND or 1-800-224-5266.
San Bernardino Bail Bonds for Local County Jails
In all of San Bernardino County, bail bonds are part of the legal system for releasing arrestees who have been booked in any An Bernardino County jail.
1-800-BAIL-BONDS is a small family-owned company that’s been in business for two decades, experienced in issuing San Bernardino bail bonds in all of their jails and holding facilities.
We at 1-800-BAIL-BOND know that the San Bernardino County jail booking and releasing process can be lengthy and difficult. While we can’t promise your legal matters will be smooth and easy, we can guarantee that we’ll take as much of the stress, worry and bureaucracy out of the San Bernardino bail bonds process as we can.
Most people arrested in San Bernardino County will be taken to the West Valley Detention Center, the main San Bernardino County jail located in Rancho Cucamonga if they are not bailed out quickly from local police or sheriff stations.
If you’re researching San Bernardino bail bonds information in terms of San Bernardino County jail facilities, check out the resources we have below.
San Bernardino County Bail Bonds Information
San Bernardino County Jails consist of two main facilities, the West Valley Detention Center and the Adelanto Detention Center. Both facilities can house a total of about 4,000 inmates and both are used to house pre-sentenced inmates who are eligible for release with the help of a San Bernardino bail bondsman.
San Bernardino County encompasses 24 cities. There are actually a total of four detention centers and another 10 patrol stations within the San Bernardino County Sherriff’s Department. If you need assistance either finding your loved one or releasing them from any San Bernardino County jail or holding facility, please call us at 1-800-BAIL-BOND (1-800-224-5266).
San Bernardino County Jail Facilities
West Valley Detention Center (Main San Bernardino County Jail)
Address: 9500 Etiwanda Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
Inmate Bail Phone:1-800-224-5266
Description: The West Valley Detention Center is the main San Bernardino County Jail. It’s been around since 1991 and can house over 3,000 inmates. Most arrestees are transferred here if they don’t post bail bonds quickly. Some people refer to it as “Rancho Cucamonga” due to its location.
Adelanto Detention Center
Address: 9438 Commerce Way, Adelanto, CA 9230
Inmate Bail Phone:1-800-224-5266
Description: The Adelanto Detention Center is modern San Bernardino County jail facility. It was built in 2006 and can handle about 700 pre-sentenced inmates who are awaiting release from a San Bernardino bail bondsman.
There are about 25 Sherriff and Police stations located throughout San Bernardino County that can also temporarily house arrestees waiting on bail bonds.
1-800-BAIL-BOND provides bail bonds services to many Southern California county jails outside of San Bernardino County. Visit our dedicated county jail pages for more information regarding bail bonds in the Los Angeles County Jail, the Riverside County Jail and the Orange County Jail.