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The Orange County Sheriff’s Department serves the following 12 cities in Orange County: Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Magarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Stanton and Villa Park. Other cities operate with their own police departments, while the sheriff’s department also handles law enforcement in the county’s unincorporated areas.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department operates the Central Main Jail in Santa Ana, as well as the Theo Lacy Facility in Orange and the James A. Musick Facility in Irvine. The Main Jail includes the Intake Release Center which is the entry point for all new individuals brought into the Orange County Jail system.

At the Central Jail Facility, it can take four to six hours to book someone who’s brought in. It typically takes from about six to eight hours (and sometimes up to 12 hours, depending on the circumstances) to release the arrested individual once a bail bond is presented to the jail. The Theo Lacy Facility also books individuals and releases them on bail. The James A. Musick Facility is mostly a low risk sentencing facility but does accept bail bonds if a person is in custody there.

There are five courthouses in Orange County which can be found at www.occourts.org

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department and Main Jail
550 N. Flower St.
Santa Ana, CA 92702
949-770-6011
http://www.ocsd.org/

Theo Lacy Facility
Orange County Sheriff's Department
501 The City Drive South
Orange, CA 92868

James A. Musick Facility
13502 Musick Road
Irvine, CA 92618

Directions to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and Central Jail Complex:

From San Diego
Take I-5 north, exit Fourth Street to First Street. Turn right on First Street and turn right on Flower and left on 6th Street

From Los Angeles
Use the US-101 south ramp. Merge onto I-5 south. Take the Main Street exit. Bear right on North Main Street. Turn right on West 17th Street and turn left on Flower Street and Right on 6th Street.

From San Bernardino
Go onto the ramp onto I-215 south toward Riverside. Continue on CA-91 west. Take the left fork onto CA-91 Express Lane toward 91 Express Toll. Take the ramp onto CA-55 south. Take exit #11B/Fourth Street toward Irvine Boulevard. Turn right on East Fourth Street, left on Mabury Street, right on First Street and right on North Flower Street.


Here is some additional information for the following cities in Orange County:
Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Cypress, Orange, Brea, Tustin, Huntington Beach, Santa Ana, La Habra, Irvine, Garden Grove, Placentia, Fullerton, Seal Beach, Fountain Valley
.


Costa Mesa
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The Costa Mesa Police Department normally books arrested male individuals within about an hour, and holds them for court them next day. (Arrested females get transferred to the Orange County Jail.)

Individuals arrested in Costa Mesa have their court cases handled at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach, located at 4601 Jamboree Road (zip code 92660). It’s at the corner of Birch Street.

When a licensed bondsman brings in a bond, it’s normally a matter of just minutes to get the arrested individual released, unless bookings are going on (which take precedence).

The Costa Mesa Police Department is located at
99 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
714-754-5113
Costa Mesa PD

Directions to the Costa Mesa Police Department:

From San Diego
Get onto I-5 north, and then take the CA-73 north exit toward Long Beach. Take exit #17B onto CA-55 south. Take exit #4 onto Newport Boulevard toward Fair Drive/Del Mar Avenue and turn right on Fair Drive.

From Los Angeles
Take the ramp onto US-101 south and merge onto I-5 south. Take the I-605 exit, and then the Garden Grove/San Diego left exit onto I-405 south. Take the CA-73 south exit toward San Diego Via Toll Road. Take exit #17A onto CA-55 south. Take exit #4 onto Newport Boulevard toward Fair Drive/Del Mar Avenue. Finally, turn right on Fair Drive.

From San Bernardino
Get onto the ramp for I-215 south toward Riverside. Continue on CA-91 west. Take the left fork onto CA-91 Express Lane toward 91 Express Toll. Take the ramp onto CA-55 south. Get off at exit #4 onto Newport Boulevard toward Fair Drive/Del Mar Avenue. Then turn right on Fair Drive.

Newport Beach back to list of Orange County cities
The Newport Beach Police Department usually can process someone who is arrested and release him within three hours, as long as the defendant has the means for bail. Once the bail bond is presented and accepted, the release will take anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour (depending on how busy the department is), with the average at about 20 minutes.

The court that handles those arrested in Newport Beach is the Harbor Justice Center Newport Beach facility, which deals with limited civil, criminal, small claims and traffic violations. The facility is located at 4601 Jamboree Road, Newport Beach, CA 92660 (at the corner of Birch Street).

The Newport Beach Police Department and City Jail is located at
870 Santa Barbara Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
949-644-3681
http://www.nbpd.org/default.asp

Directions to the Newport Beach City Jail:

From San Diego
Take I-5 north to CA-73 north toward Long Beach. Get off at Bonita Canyon Drive and turn left. Continue on Ford Road. Turn left at Jamboree Road and left at Santa Barbara Drive.

From Los Angeles
Take I-5 south, then exit onto CA-55 south toward Newport Beach. Merge onto CA-73 south via exit 5A to San Diego Via Toll Road. Merge onto MacArthur Boulevard via exit 14A to Newport Beach. Turn right at Ford Road, turn left at Jamboree Road and turn left at Santa Barbara Drive.

From San Bernardino
Take I-215 south toward Riverside and continue on CA-91 west. Take the exit onto CA-241 south toward Irvine and go about 7 miles. Then take the exit onto CA-261 south toward Irvine and go about 6.5 miles. Make a slight left at Jamboree Road and turn left at Santa Barbara Drive.


Cypress
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The Cypress Police Department typically books someone who’s been arrested in about 30 minutes, and holds arrested individuals for less than 12 hours. (Those who need to be held longer normally get transferred to the Orange County Jail.)

The department also works quickly to process bail bonds. After a licensed bondsman presents a bond that’s accepted by the jail, it typically takes just about 15 minutes (barring any unforeseen circumstances) to release the individual.

Cypress arrests get handled at the West Justice Center, located at 8141 13th Street,
Westminster, CA 92683 (east of Beach Boulevard). This is about 7.5 miles from the Cypress Police Department.

The Cypress Police Department is located at
5275 Orange Avenue
Cypress, CA 90630
714-229-6600
http://www.ci.cypress.ca.us/police/police_home.htm

Directions to the Cypress Police Department:

From San Diego
Take I-5 north, and then exit #106 onto CA-22 west toward Long Beach. Take the Valley View Street exit toward Bolsa Chica Road. Turn right on Valley View Street and left on Orange Avenue.

From Los Angeles
Take the US-101 south ramp and then merge onto I-5 south. Take the I-605 exit and the CA-91 exit. Take the Orangethorpe Avenue exit toward Valley View Street. Turn right on Orangethorpe Avenue, left on Walker Street and right on Orange Avenue.

From San Bernardino
Use the ramp onto I-215 south toward Riverside, and then keep going on CA-91 west. Take exit #22/Valley View Street toward Orangethorpe Avenue. Make a left on Valley View Street and a right on Orange Avenue.


City of Orange
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In the City of Orange, the Orange Police Department typically takes an average of two hours to book an arrested individual (though the time can vary). Because the department only has holding cells, it keeps an arrested individual in detention for six hours or less and then transfers the person to the Orange County Jail.

The Orange Police Department does not process bail. Individuals transferred from Orange to the Orange County Jail can expect to be released on bail within about six to eight hours (and sometimes up to 12 hours) when a licensed bondsman brings in a bail bond.

Those arrested in Orange have their cases heard at Central Justice Center in Santa Ana, at 700 Civic Center Drive West (between North Flower Street and North Main Street).

The Orange Police Department
1107 N. Batavia
Orange, CA 92867
714-744-7444
City of Orange

Directions to the Orange Police Department:

From San Diego
Go to I-5 north. Take exit #105B/Main Street/Broadway onto Main Street North. Turn right on Collins Avenue. Turn left on North Batavia Street.

From Los Angeles
Take the ramp onto US-101 south, and merge onto I-5 south. Take exit #114B onto CA-91 east toward Riverside. Take the CA-57 exit toward Santa Ana. Take exit #3/Ball Road. Turn left on Ball Road, and continue on West Taft Avenue. Make a right on North Batavia Street.

From San Bernardino
Take the I-215 south ramp toward Riverside. Continue driving on CA-91 west. Take the left fork onto CA-91 Express Lane toward 91 Express Toll. Go onto the ramp onto CA-55 south. Take exit #15/Katella Avenue. Turn right on Katella Avenue and left on North Batavia Street.


Brea back to list of Orange County cities
With arrests in Brea, it takes only about 45 minutes to an hour to book the individual arrested. It’s important to contact a bail bondsman quickly, because the Brea Police Department only has holding cells and will transfer the arrested individual to the Orange County Jail after a few hours. However, the Police Department often will give the individual a little bit of extra time if the officers know that a licensed bondsman is scheduled to arrive.

Once the bondsman brings the bond and completes the paperwork, it takes only about 10 to 30 minutes (on average) to release the individual. This can vary, however, depending on the time of day and what else is happening at the department.

Cases of individuals arrested in Brea go to the North Justice Center at 1275 North Berkeley Avenue in Fullerton, CA 92832. The court, located just west of North Harbor Boulevard, is about 4.5 miles from the Brea Police Department.

The Brea Police Department is located at
1 Civic Center Circle (on the Plaza, or street, level)
Brea, CA 92821
714-990-7623

Brea Police Information

Directions to the Brea Police Department:

From San Diego
Take I-5 north, and then exit #107A onto CA-57 north toward Pomona. Take exit #9/CA-90 toward Brea. Turn right on Imperial Highway. Make a u-turn at South Associated Road, Associated Road onto Imperial Highway and go about a half mile. Turn right on South Randolph Avenue, Right on East Birch Street and Right on Civic Center Circle.

From Los Angeles
Go onto US-101 south, and take the CA-60 exit toward Pomona. Then take the CA-57 south exit toward Santa Ana, and take exit #9/CA-90 toward Brea. Turn right on East Imperial Highway. Make a right onto South Randolph Avenue. Make another right onto East Birch Street, and finally a right onto Civic Center Circle.

From San Bernardino
Take the ramp onto I-215 south toward Riverside. Take the I-10 exit toward Los Angeles, the I-15 exit toward San Diego and the CA-60 exit toward Los Angeles. Take the right fork onto CA-57 south toward Santa Ana. Take exit #10/Lambert Road and turn right on East Lambert Road. Make a left on South State College Boulevard. Make a right on East Birch Street and then a left on Civic Center Circle.

Tustin back to list of Orange County cities
The Tustin Police Department in Orange County operates a temporary holding facility, where it can take 20 minutes to a few hours to book an arrested individual depending on the circumstances.

If someone is arrested in Tustin and the bail bond is $700 or less, bail can be processed at the police department. Otherwise, for larger bail cases, the individual is transported to the Orange County Jail. If it is a small bail case, when a licensed bondsman presents an accepted bond to the police department, it typically takes just 20-30 minutes to release the individual.

The Central Justice Center handles cases of those arrested in Tustin. It’s located at 700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701 (between North Flower Street and North Main Street).

The Tustin Police Department
300 Centennial Way
Tustin, CA 92780
714-573-3200
http://www.tustinpd.org/

Directions to the Tustin Police Department:

From San Diego
Take the I-5 north to the Red Hill Avenue exit toward Tustin. Turn right on Red Hill Avenue, left on Bryan Avenue, left on East Main Street and right on Centennial Way.

From Los Angeles
Take the US-101 ramp south, and then merge onto I-5 south. Take exit #104A/Fourth Street onto Mabury Avenue toward First Street. Turn left on First Street and right on Centennial Way.

From San Bernardino
Take the ramp onto I-215 ramp south toward Riverside. Keep driving on CA-91 west. Take the left fork onto CA-91 Express Lane toward 91 Express Toll. Take the ramp onto CA-55 south. Use exit #11B/Fourth Street toward Irvine Boulevard. Turn right on East Fourth Street and left on Tustin Avenue. Then turn left on First Street and right on Centennial Way.

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In Huntington Beach, in Orange County, the police department typically takes two to three hours to book an arrested individual, though the actual time varies depending on the charge involved.

The Huntington Beach Police Department mostly holds those arrested until their court appearance, though it does transfer some inmates to the Orange County Jail on a case-by-case basis. If you need to post bail for someone in the Huntington Beach Jail, this can be done 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The inmate does not need to see a judge or go to the Orange County Jail first. Once a licensed bondsman presents an accepted bail bond, as long as the booking is complete, it usually takes 30 minutes or less to release the individual in Huntington Beach.

At the Huntington Beach Jail, visiting hours take place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., with visits allowed to last 15 minutes per visitor for each inmate and to occur no later than the calendar day following arrest. (Each inmate is allowed one visit per day with no more than two visitors per day.)

Those arrested in Huntington Beach have their cases heard in Westminster at the West Justice Center, located 8141 13th Street (east of Beach Boulevard).

The Huntington Beach Police Department
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
714-536-5691 (jail phone number)
http://www.hbpd.org/indexg2.htm

Directions to the Huntington Beach Police Department:

From San Diego
Take I-5 north to the CA-73 north exit toward Long Beach. Then take the I-405 north exit toward Long Beach. Take exit #12/Euclid Street/Newhope Street, and turn right on Euclid Street. Continue on Ellis Avenue and then on Main Street. Make a u-turn at West Utica Avenue onto Main Street to arrive at the department.

From Los Angeles
Take the ramp onto US-101 south and merge onto I-5 south. Then use the I-605 exit. Travel onto the Garden Grove/San Diego left exit onto I-405 south. Take the Bolsa Avenue exit toward Golden West Street. Turn left on Westminster Mall, right on Goldenwest Street, left on West Yorktown Avenue and right on Main Street. Finally, make a u-turn at West Utica Avenue onto Main Street to get to the department.

From San Bernardino
Take the I-215 south ramp toward Riverside, then keep driving on CA-91 west. Take the left fork onto CA-91 Express Lane toward 91 Express Toll, then take the ramp onto CA-55 south. Use exit #6A onto I-405 north. Take exit #12/Euclid Street/Newhope Street. Make a right on Euclid Street, and continue on Ellis Avenue and on Main Street. Finally, make a u-turn at West Utica Avenue onto Main Street to arrive at the police department.


Santa Ana back to list of Orange County cities
There are two jails in Santa Ana. The Santa Ana Police Department and the Orange County Jail. When someone is arrested in the city of Santa Ana they are usually taken to the police department for booking and to await their trial. If they are arrested in the city by the sheriffs department they will likely be taken to the County Jail.

The Police Department takes a few hours to complete the booking process once a person is arrested. They will go through a series of forms, photos, fingerprints, livescan id verification processes before they have completed booking. This entire process can take up to several hours. Once the person is booked and is eligible for bail you should then contact a locally licensed and qualified bail bond company.

After a bail bonds is deposited at the jail, the jailers will verify everything is correct and begin the release process. This process is from 15 minutes to 3 hours depending on how busy the jail is.

Santa Ana is in Orange County, CA which calls for three different rates that Bondsmen are permitted to charge. They are 8, 10 and 15% bonds. Most people don’t use 15% bonds. The most common is a 10% bail bond. And the 8% bail bonds come with many different restrictions. You should check with your bondsman to learn about the restrictions of the 8% bail bonds. There are many advertisements put out by bail bond companies that say 0%, 2%, 4%, 5% and 7% bail bonds available. These are for payment plans only. The California Department of Insurance (regulates the bail bond industry) does not recognize these amounts as legal fees to charge. There are only 8, 10 and 15% bail bonds available in Santa Ana.

At the Orange County Jail in Santa Ana, the booking process is a much longer one. The county jail sheriffs department processes nearly 70,000 arrestees per year. This is a very busy jail and the booking process takes about 3-6 hours depending on how busy the jail is. Once booked and eligible for bail, a bond may be posted with the cashier’s office to begin the release process. Once they have verified and begun the release process it takes up to another 3-6 hours to get released.

Orange County Sheriffs Department
550 North Flower St.
Santa Ana, CA 92703
www.ocsd.org

Santa Ana Police Department and Jail Facility
60 Civic Center Plaza
Santa Ana, CA 92701
http://www.ci.santa-ana.ca.us/pd/default.asp

Jail Bureau
http://www.ci.santa-ana.ca.us/pd/jail.asp

Central Justice Center Courthouse
700 Civic Center Drive West
Santa Ana, CA 92701
http://occourts.org/locations/

La Habra back to list of Orange County cities
In the City of La Habra (located in the northernmost corner of Orange County), when someone is arrested the police department can take anywhere from two hours – for example, if the individual already has been identified from a previous booking – to eight to 10 hours to get booked.

However, when it comes to a release on bail, the department handles that pretty quickly, with the individual released as soon as a licensed bondsman brings in a bond and all of the paperwork is completed.
Cases for individuals arrested in La Habra get heard at the North Justice Center, 1275 North Berkeley Avenue, Fullerton (just west of North Harbor Boulevard). This is just about 4.5 miles from the La Habra Police Department.

La Habra Police Department
150 N. Euclid Ave.
La Habra, CA 90631
562-905-9750
562-697-4378 (police and fire TTD – for the hearing impaired)
http://www.ci.la-habra.ca.us/section.cfm?id=24
Located just off of W. La Habra Blvd.


Irvine back to list of Orange County cities
The Irvine police department is locates at 1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA 92606. The Jail in Irvine is a small jail that is really used for temporary holding and booking. Most people that are arrested in the city of Irvine are booked at the PD and are most often transferred to the county jail immediately after booking.

Sometimes depending on how busy the jail or police officers are will determine whether or not a bail bond can be posted for someone in custody. Irvine is located in Orange County, California where bail bonds cost 10%. A bail bond is a contractual agreement between a bail bond company and a court that if the defendant doesn’t appear in court the bail bond company will pay the full amount of the bond.

California has 3 filed rates that bail bondsmen can legally charge 8%, 10% and 15%. There are no 5% bonds or 7% bonds. When a bail bond company advertises that they write 5% bonds that is usually the down payment and a balance of an additional 5%. In Irvine you can either purchase an 8, 10 or 15% bail bond and that’s it. You might be able to post bail at the Irvine Police Department and you might not. It simply depends on how busy the department is. If they are too busy to accept a bail bond you can always post bail at the Orange County Jail where the accused has likely been taken.

Orange County Sheriffs Department
550 North Flower St.
Santa Ana, CA 92703
www.ocsd.org

Irvine Police Department
1 Civic Center Plaza
Irvine, CA 92606
http://www.ci.irvine.ca.us/ipd/default.asp

Harbor Justice Center Courthouse
www.occourts.org
4601 Jamboree Road
Newport Beach, CA 92660-2595
This is the court that people that are arrested in the city of Irvine will go to for their case.

City of Irvine
http://www.ci.irvine.ca.us/maps/default.asp

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The Garden Grove Police Department can take as little as one to two hours, and up to four to five hours depending on the specifics of the case, to book someone who’s been arrested. Once the booking takes place, the arrested individual gets transferred to the Orange County Jail to await his or her court appearance.

At the Orange County Jail, when a licensed bondsman brings in a bail bond, it usually takes six to eight hours (and sometimes up to 12 hours) to release the individual in custody.

Garden Grove cases get handled at the West Justice Center, 8141 13th Street, Westminster. This is east of Beach Boulevard, and is just about 6 miles from the Garden Grove Police Department.

The Garden Grove Police Department is located at
11301 Acacia Parkway
Garden Grove, CA 92840
714-741-5704
http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us/gg/departments/police/index_html

Directions to the Garden Grove Police Department:

From San Diego
Take I-5 north and use exit #106 onto CA-22 west toward Long Beach. Take the Harbor Boulevard exit and make a right on Harbor Boulevard. Turn left on Garden Grove Boulevard, right on Ninth Street and left on Acacia Parkway.

From Los Angeles
Take the US-101 south ramp, merge onto I-5 south and take the I-605 exit. Then take the Garden Grove/San Diego left exit onto I-405 south. Take the right fork onto CA-22 east toward Garden Grove. Take the Euclid Street exit toward the City of Garden Grove. Make a left on Euclid Street, a right on Garden Grove Boulevard, a left on Seventh Street and a left on Acacia Parkway.

From San Bernardino
Take the ramp onto I-215 south toward Riverside. Continue on CA-91 west. Take exit #31 onto CA-57 south toward Santa Ana. Take the CA-22 west exit toward Long Beach. Get off at the Harbor Boulevard exit, and turn right on Harbor Boulevard. Turn left on Garden Grove Boulevard and right on Ninth Street. Finally, turn left on Acacia Parkway.


Placentia back to list of Orange County cities
The Placentia Police Department includes holding cells, where it keeps individuals arrested for up to four hours before transferring them to the Orange County Jail.

At the Orange County Jail, when a licensed bondsman brings in a bond, it usually takes six to eight hours for the release of the individual. In some cases, this can stretch to 12 hours.

When individuals are arrested in Placentia, their cases get heard at the North Justice Center. This is located at 1275 North Berkeley Avenue (just west of North Harbor Boulevard) in Fullerton, just over 4 miles from the Placentia Police Department.

Placentia Police Department
401 East Chapman Avenue
Placentia, CA 92870
714-993-8164
http://www.placentiapd.org/pd/default.asp

Directions to the Placentia Police Department:

From San Diego
Take I-5 north to the CA-55 north exit toward Riverside. Take the CA-91 west exit toward Los Angeles. Take exit #33/Tustin Avenue. Turn right on North Tustin Avenue, left on East Orangethorpe Avenue and right on east Chapman Avenue.

From Los Angeles
Take the US-101 ramp south. Merge onto I-5 south. Take exit #114B onto CA-91 east toward Riverside. Take the CA-57 exit toward Pomona. Use exit #6A/Orangethorpe Avenue. Turn right on Orangethorpe Avenue, left on Kraemer Boulevard and right on East Chapman Avenue. Then make a u-turn at All America Way onto East Chapman Avenue.

From San Bernardino
Take the ramp onto I-215 south toward Riverside, and then continue on CA-91 west. Take the Imperial Highway exit. Turn right on South Imperial Highway. Turn left on Orangethorpe Avenue and finally right on East Chapman Avenue.


Fullerton back to list of Orange County cities
The Fullerton P.D. books an arrested individual in about 30 minutes to an hour. The department does hold individuals until their court appearance in its limited jail facilities, except in cases where the warrant is not the department’s or the individuals have medical problems. In those situations, the inmates get sent to the Orange County Jail.

When a licensed bondsman presents the Fullerton Police Department with an accepted bail bond, it takes just about 30 minutes, on average, to release the person in custody.

The North Justice Center, at 1275 North Berkeley Avenue in Fullerton, CA 92832, hears cases of those arrested in Fullerton. The court is located just west of North Harbor Boulevard, only a mile from the Fullerton Police Department.

The Fullerton Police Department is located at
237 W. Commonwealth
Fullerton, CA 92832
714-738-6800
http://www.fullertonpd.org

Directions to the Fullerton Police Department:

From San Diego
Get to I-5 north, and take exit #107A onto CA-57 north toward Pomona. Then take the CA-91 west exit toward Los Angeles. Take exit #28/Lemon Street toward Harbor Boulevard/Anaheim Boulevard. Make a right on South Harbor Boulevard and a left on West Commonwealth Avenue.

From Los Angeles
Use the US-101 south ramp and then merge onto I-5 south. Take exit #114B onto CA-91 east toward Riverside. Take exit #28/Harbor Boulevard toward Anaheim Boulevard/Lemon Street. Turn left on South Harbor Boulevard and then left on West Commonwealth Avenue.

From San Bernardino
Take the ramp onto I-215 south toward Riverside. Take the I-10 exit toward Los Angeles, and then the CA-57 exit toward Santa Ana. Use exit #7/Nutwood Avenue toward Fullerton/Chapman Avenue. Make a right on East Chapman Avenue, a left on North State College Boulevard and a right on Commonwealth Avenue.


Seal Beach back to list of Orange County cities
The Seal Beach Police Department in Orange County operates a modest jail facility. Typically the department books arrested individuals (which, on average, can take up to an hour or two) and eventually transfers them to the Orange County Jail.

However, it is possible to bail out of the jail in Seal Beach, so if you need bail for someone arrested there, it’s important to act quickly. When the jail accepts a bond from a licensed bondsman, the release usually occurs within an hour.

Cases for those arrested in Huntington Beach are handled at the West Justice Center in Westminster, at 8141 13th Street (east of Beach Boulevard). This is just over 7 miles from the Seal Beach Police Department.

The Seal Beach Police Department
911 Seal Beach Boulevard
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Jail number: 562-598-6526
Main number: 562-799-4100
http://www.ci.seal-beach.ca.us/police/index.html

Directions to the Seal Beach Police Department:

From San Diego
Drive on I-5 north to the CA-73 north exit toward Long Beach. Take the I-405 north exit toward Long Beach. Take exit #19/Westminster Avenue onto Westminster Boulevard. Continue on Westminster Avenue. Turn left on Seal Beach Boulevard.

From Los Angeles
Take the ramp onto US-101 south. Merge onto I-5 south and then take the I-605 exit. Take the Garden Grove/San Diego left exit onto I-405 south. Take the Seal Beach Boulevard exit toward Seal Beach Boulevard. Turn left on Seal Beach Boulevard.

From San Bernardino
Take the I-215 south ramp toward Riverside. Continue on CA-91 west. Take exit #31 onto CA-57 south toward Santa Ana. Take the CA-22 west exit toward Long Beach. Take the Valley View Street exit toward Bolsa Chica Road. Turn left on Valley View Street. Continue on Bolsa Chica Road. Turn right on Westminster Avenue and left on Seal Beach Boulevard.


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The time it takes the Fountain Valley Police Department to book someone arrested in the city varies depending on the nature of the offense. Since the department only has holding cells, in nearly all cases those arrested get transferred to the Orange County Jail.

Rarely if ever does the Fountain Valley Police Department bail someone directly out of the holding cells there. When someone is taken to the Orange County Jail, and a licensed bondsman presents an accepted bail bond, the time for release ranges from about six to eight hours, and sometimes up to 12 hours.

Individuals arrested in Fountain Valley have their cases heard at the West Justice Center in Westminster, located east of Beach Boulevard at 8141 13th Street.

The Fountain Valley Police Department is located at
10200 Slater Avenue
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-593-4485
http://www.fvpd.org/station/

Directions to the Fountain Valley Police Department:

From San Diego
Go to I-5 north, and take the I-405 north exit toward Long Beach. Use exit #14/Brookhurst Street onto Brookhurst Street North, and then turn right on Slater Avenue.

From Los Angeles
Take US-101 south and merge onto I-5 south. Use the I-605 exit. Take the Garden Grove/San Diego left exit onto I-405 south. Take exit #14/Brookhurst Street onto Brookhurst Street North. Finally, turn right on Slater Avenue.

From San Bernardino
Go to I-215 south toward Riverside. Continue on CA-91 west, and then take the left fork onto CA-91 Express Lane toward 91 Express Toll. Take the ramp onto CA-55 south. Use exit #6A onto I-405 north. Get off at exit #14/Brookhurst Street onto Brookhurst Street North. Turn right on Slater Avenue.