Riverside County consists of 5 county detention centers – aka: county jails – all of which accept and process bail bonds. There are also numerous local police and sheriff substations, most of which do not accept bail bonds directly, the noteworthy exceptions being Hemet, Corona and Palm Springs.
If someone who you love
has been arrested in the County of Riverside and is being held in the Riverside
County Jail – also known as the Robert Presley Detention Center – then Rebecca
Tenwick's All-Mobile Bail Bonds is THE bail agency to call.
All-Mobile Bail Bonds was
“born and raised” right here in Riverside County… We aren't just locals, we're
super-locals! And the City of Riverside
is practically our back yard! That is
why the Tenwick family and their staff take great pride in meeting the bail
bonding needs of Riverside residents and non-residents alike.
The Riverside County Jail
system is a relatively safe, well-run set of facilities. Bail can be posted throughout Riverside
County seven days a week, 24- hours a day.
In the Robert Presley Detention Center, folks describe the process as
“six-in/six-out”… Meaning that it
generally takes the Robert Presley staff about six hours to book people in and
another six hours to process them out once a bail bond has been posted.
Communities include: Riverside, Corona, Norco, Mira Loma, Rubidoux, Moreno Valley, Perris, Lake Elsinore and surrounding communities
The Southwest Detention Center in Murrieta, California is the Riverside County Jail branch of the larger Southwest Justice Center. This county jail/superior court complex was built in recent years to accommodate the explosive population growth in the Southwestern area of Riverside County.
Ladies please note: currently the Southwest Detention Center does not hold or “house” female inmates long term, always transferring them instead to county jail facilities in Riverside, Banning or, less often, Indio… So ladies, let's be sure to get a hold of your loved one quickly, before you get transferred to someplace far away.Communities include:
Murrieta, Temecula, Winchester, Menifee, Hemet, San Jacinto, Homeland, Romoland, Aguanga, Anza, Canyon Lake, Quail Valley and surrounding communities
The Larry Smith Correctional Center – once lovingly referred to as “camp snoopy” by its much older fans – is located in Banning, California. Recently expanded, this Riverside County jail facility houses many inmates, male and female, who have been sentenced to serve county jail time, hence the word “correctional” in the facilities official name.Communities include:
Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Cherry Valley, Cabazon, Idyllwild and surrounding communities
The Indio Jail is conveniently located adjacent to the Larsen Justice Center in Indio, California. It has no fancy name and yet competently performs all of the duties that a county jail should…Communities include:
Indio, Desert Hot Springs, Thousand Palms, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Coachella, Thermal and surrounding desert communities
The lonely Blythe Jail is the far Southern and Eastern branch of the Riverside County Jail system. It has been in operation for over 40 years and yet it remains something of a far Eastern Riverside County enigma to all but those who have been there…Communities include:
Blythe and surrounding areas