If a friend or loved one has just been arrested in, or by the Thousand Oaks Police Department you are likely to be stressed, and not sure what to do right now. The city of Thousand Oaks generally enjoys an upscale and low crime reputation. However, like anywhere else in California, good people sometimes make mistakes.
Thankfully, you can speak with a professional and friendly SCV Bail Bondsman 24/7, who can help you get through this difficult time — every step of the way. We realize you may not know much about bail bonds or the bail bonds process.
We are happy to walk you through it and remain with you until the person you care about most has been released. Call us 24/7 for more Thousand Oaks arrest information at 805-874-2245.
Thousand Oaks Jail, Police and Sheriff’s Dept. Information
Thousand Oaks Police Station
(Sheriff East Valley Station)
2101 East Olsen Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Station Phone: 805 494-8260
Hours are 8 AM to 5 PM
24 Hour Thousand Oaks Bail Bond Info: 805-874-2245
Thousand Oaks Inmate Locator
Ventura County Sheriff – Main Jail
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009
Inmate Info. 805-654-2316
The City of Thousand Oaks Police contracts with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department to enforce the law for its community.
When someone is arrested in Thousand Oaks, they will most likely be transported to the Thousand Oaks Police Station on East Olsen Road. Unfortunately, bail bonds cannot be posted here because this is only a temporary holding facility where the arrestee is booked and processed.
After processing, they will likely be taken to the Ventura County Jail. This is the main county jail and it is here that bail bonds are posted around the clock, including weekends and holidays. The Ventura County Jail holds both male and female pre-trial detainees.
How To Pay For a Bail Bond
Bail bond fees cost a non-refundable fee of 10% of the entire bail amount. We understand that in these tough financial times, some of our clients may require assistance paying this cost. At SCV Bail Bonds we make it a point to offer flexible payment terms.
We will let you know if you qualify within in a matter of minutes. Once you do, we will work out a payment schedule, with no additional costs, taxes or fees. We have found most clients find it optimal using their credit cards as the easiest and quickest way of paying for a bail bond.
We always accept VISA, Master Card, American Express and Discover. You may also pay by cash, and we accept personal and business checks with prior check guarantee approval.
It All Begins With A Phone Call
When you call our office, we’ll discuss your situation. When you’re ready to move forward, we can offer you our bail by fax or email option. With this, we can quickly send you our bail bond paperwork within minutes. Our application is short and simple and you can fill out in the privacy of your own home. Or, if you prefer, we can meet you in person at your office or directly at the jail — it’s your choice.
Why SCV Bail Bonds?
Like the Ventura County Jail, SCV Bail Bonds is always open! We are able to get your friend or loved one out of the Thousand Oaks Jail quickly and efficiently. Our Bail Bond Agents are licensed and experienced with this facility.
Call SCV Bail Bonds right now and tell us about your situation. One of our bondsman will always be there to pick up the phone for a free consultation.
If you need information about an arrest in the Thousand Oaks area fast, please call SCV Bail Bonds day or night, locally at 805-874-2245 or toll-free 877-422-4591.