We understand what families go through when an arrest has occurred in Burbank, CA. We are seasoned professionals, committed to the highest standards and can help answer any question regarding Burbank Jail Bail Bonds.
We handle each case discreetly, while working ‘behind the scenes’ in order to get your friend or loved one out of the Burbank jail fast.
We have bail agents standing by 24/7 to assist you, in person and over the phone.
We can email, fax or deliver our easy application, to the location of your choice. Once the paperwork and payment have been handled, we’ll quickly dispatch a bondsman to post the bail for you at the Burbank Jail.
You can also download our application right from our website.
We are local to Burbank and all of San Fernando Valley. Just give one of our knowledgeable agents a call anytime locally at 818-900-2245 or toll-free 877-422-4591. We’ll work quickly for the defendant’s release.
Burbank Police Department and Jail Information
Burbank Police Department / Jail
200 N. Third Street
Burbank, CA 91502
Inmate Information: (818) 238-3333
24 Hr. Burbank Jail Bail Bond Info: 818-900-2245
Los Angeles County Inmate Finder
If someone you know has been arrested in the Burbank or surrounding areas, they will likely be transported to the Burbank jail. The Burbank Jail is a smaller and very efficient facility. It can only house up to 75 misdemeanor and felony inmates at one time.
The Burbank Police Department is a separate division from other Los Angeles County Departments. Whenever the Burbank jail becomes overcrowded, the City of Burbank has an arrangement with Los Angeles County to transfer male arrestees to the Twin Towers Jail Facility in Downtown Los Angeles, or to the Lynwood Jail if they are women.
At these larger county jails, posting a bail bond for a defendant’s release can take much longer, anywhere from twelve to twenty four hours. We always advise our clients to post bail while the defendant is at the smaller Burbank Jail, for a much faster release time.
Burbank Jail Visiting Hours and Instructions
Visiting Hours are 7 days a week from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm.
- Visitors are limited to15 minute visits at a time for each inmate.
- Visitors must be ready to present a valid photo I.D. such as:
- Driver’s License
- California ID
- Valid U.S. Passport
- Green Card
- U.S. Military ID
There is also a weekender jail program for those inmates who are eligible. For more information, call 818-238-3010.
Felonies, Misdemeanors and Infractions
When you speak to a jail staffer at the Burbank Police Department jail facility about an arrestee, they may give you penal codes and charge numbers, along with the level of the alleged crime, such as: Felony, Misdemeanor or Infraction. Some arrestees can have more than one charge and one level. But what does it all mean?
Charge or criminal codes represent a variety of offenses. We know what these codes/charges stand for and we can explain them to you in detail. But generally speaking:
Felonies are more serious in nature which can carry punishment that may include imprisonment for one year or more in a state prison.
Misdemeanors are lesser crimes which carry a maximum punishment of a fine and/or less than one year of imprisonment in a jail.
Infractions are not punished by jail time, but they can include fines or public service time. Minor crimes, like trespassing, not paying public transport fares, underage drinking or disturbing the peace all fall under the category of Infractions.
Sometimes a crime, such as a DUI, can carry a misdemeanor or a felony charge – it all depends on the circumstances and the degree of illegal action committed.
For example, if someone was injured, the DUI can turn into a felony and carry heavier charges. The Burbank Police Department is one of the few jails in California that does not release DUI defendants on their own recognizance (“O.R.”).
If someone you know has been arrested for a DUI, please call an SCV Bail Bondsman right away! We have a lot of experience dealing with this type of charge and we can usually bail someone out of the Burbank Jail in two to four hours.
Payment For a Bond at the Burbank Jail
For payment, we take all major credit and debit cards nationwide, which include Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover. We also take cash, money orders, direct bank deposit or bank wire. And, to make it easier, we can accept personal and company checks with no additional fees. (Subject to our check guarantee services.)
We realize bail bonds can be expensive to afford. We can offer a flexible payment plan which makes paying for the bond easy and stress free. It just takes a few moments with one of our licensed agents over the phone to find out if you qualify. We can offer flexible monthly or weekly payment plans and there are never any extra charges, fees or taxes.
An SCV Bail Bondsman is on call 24/7 to walk you through the bail bond process for the Burbank Police Department Jail. Please call us at 818-900-2245 or toll-free 877-422-4591. Let us help you through this.