The Whittier Station Jail can only hold arrestees for up to 72 hours. After that time, if bail has not been posted, they will be transported to the Los Angeles County Jail or to the court for trial.

If someone you care for has been arrested and transported to the Whittier station jail, call us 24/7 for fast, reliable bail assistance.

Whittier arrestees are arraigned and tried in the Whittier Courthouse, unless they were arrested on a warrant. If so, they are automatically sent to a Los Angeles County Jail.

This may seem like an awful lot of shuffling around. If someone you know has been arrested in Whittier or Santa Fe Springs, how can you find out if they are still being held in custody in this area or if they have been transported? That’s where the professional, licensed agents at SCV Bail Bonds come in.

We are trained to expertly locate that information for you within minutes. Our offices remain open around the clock — weekends and holidays too – so we can be there in person for our clients as we tend to their immediate bail bond needs.

Our consultations are always free and we accept cash/credit cards and personal checks for payment.

Do not try to go through this difficult time alone! Call SCV Bail Bonds, toll-free at 877-422-4591 for fast information on someone arrested at the Whittier Station Jail.

Whittier Station and Jail Information

Whittier Police Department
7315 Painter Avenue
Whittier, Ca 90602
Main Ph. (562) 945-8250
24 Hour, Toll-Free Whittier Bail Bond Info: 877-422-4591
Whittier Jail Inmate Locator

The City of Whittier Police Department enforces the law for both the cities of Whittier and Santa Fe Springs. The Department is comprised of the Patrol, Investigation, Support Services and Administration Divisions. It is staffed by around 200 personnel and it has a small on-site jail where bail can be posted 24/7. The city of Whittier is located about twelve miles southeast of Los Angeles.

Anyone who has been arrested in Whittier or Santa Fe Springs will be taken to the Whittier Police Station. Their on-site jail is very busy and very small. If the jail is overcrowded or the inmate has medical issues they will likely be transferred to the Mens Central Jail (Twin Towers) in Downtown Los Angeles, or Lynwood Jail for women.

The Bail Process

The process of bailing someone out of these larger County facilities can take up to 24 hours, as opposed to the smaller Whittier Station Jail, where the wait time after posting a bail bond is usually around one hour. Therefore, the sooner you call a professional and licensed SCV Bail Bondsman, the sooner we will be able to help your loved one gain the fastest release.

To begin the bail process, we will send you our simple application via email or fax. We can even deliver it in person at no extra charge, or meet with you at the location of your choice.  We are happy to assist you in any way we can, beginning with explaining the bail bond process, then walking you through it  step-by-step.

Flexible Bail Bond Payment Options

If you are concerned that the price of a bail bond may be too high, we can offer a flexible payment plans which makes paying for the bond easier for your family. Call us for additional payment details or see our comprehensive bail payment options page.

At SCV Bail Bonds, a live bail bondsman is always ready to discuss your bail situation for the Whittier Station Jail. All you have to do is call our toll-free number at 877-422-4591 or 877-4-BAIL-911 24 hours a day.