Below is a layout of all of the California jail facilities and police/sheriff substations that accept bail for open charges, open cases, and warrants organized by county. The California jail system is anything but simple. Its complex structure extends from state and federal prisons all the way to smaller substations located at police and sheriff departments.
Federal and state prisons rarely, if ever, accept bail as they are normally for defendants that have already been sentenced. In regards to bail, the jails we will mainly deal with are the county jails and substations. In 1850 California was only comprised of 27 counties. It has since developed into the 58 glorious counties we know and usually love today (divided as pictured to the above).
Bail is accepted throughout California and all its encompassing counties for all inmates who have not been sentenced yet AND have been granted bail. To learn more about the jails and their associated requirements for bail start by selecting the county in question below.
Counties for California Bail
*Organized by popularity. Select the county you’re interested in knowing more about.
- Orange County Bail Bonds
- Los Angeles Bail Bonds
- Riverside County Bail Bonds
- San Bernardino County Bail Bonds
- San Diego County Bail Bonds