Avalon Station Jail Catalina Island

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If someone you know has been arrested at Catalina Island on Avalon, and you require a bail bond, we can help!

The Avalon Sheriff’s station jail serves the Santa Catalina Island (Catalina), San Clemente Island, and the ocean waters between the islands and the mainland of Southern California.

People taken into custody in Catalina will typically be transported to the mainland (to one of  the county jails) within several hours of their arrest. We recommend contacting us quickly so they can be bailed out of custody while at this smaller jail facility.

If you require a bail bond for someone arrested in Avalon, you can call us 24 hours a day locally at 310-782-BAIL (2245) or toll-free 877-422-4591. You’ll speak to a bondsman who understands the jail system here and can help you.

Avalon Sheriff Station Jail and Bail Information 

Avalon / Catalina Sheriff Station
215 Sumner Ave.
Avalon, CA 90704
Station Business Phone: 310-510-0174
Toll-Free, 24 Hr. Avalon Bail Bond Info: (310) 782-2245
Avalon/Catalina Inmate Information

The Avalon Sheriff’s Station provides law enforcement for Santa Catalina Island, San Clemente Island, and the ocean waters between the islands and mainland of Southern California.

The station staff consists of a Station Commander and three sergeants, one of whom serves as Operations Officer, while the other two serve as Watch Commanders; and nine deputy sheriffs. The  staff are augmented by reserve deputies during bust holiday seasons and summer weekends.

Catalina Island, Avalon averages over a million visitors annually.

Booking Process

The defendant’s booking process can take anywhere from one to 24 hours depending on the size and workload of the jail. Larger jail facilities can take much longer to book a defendant than a smaller one such as in Avalon.

The booking process generally consists of fingerprinting, photographs, conducting background checks and entering the inmate into the jail’s computer system. Smaller California jails may often transfer inmates to larger, county jail facilities after a certain period of time if the defendant is not bailed out rather quickly. It’s important to know that a bail bond can typically be posted at most California jails, 24-hours a day.

SCV Bail Bonds will quickly and efficiently service your needs for Avalon Station Jail Catalina island. We accept all major credit cards and can process most  bail bonds by email and fax for your convenience. Many of our clients never leave their home or office to complete the bond.

We can help you understand the arrest and booking details at the Avalon / Catalina jail. Please contact us locally at 310-782-BAIL (2245) or toll-free 877-422-4591.