When someone you know or love has been arrested and taken into custody in West Covina, they will be transported for booking and processing to the West Covina Jail.

We proudly serve the West Covina and all San Gabriel Valley areas and are available 24/7 for any questions. Should a friend or loved one be arrested in West Covina, it is advisable to get a bail bond posted quickly so as to minimize their stay in custody.

For a free consultation, please call us any time, day or night, at 877-422-4591 (877-4-BAIL-911).

West Covina Police Station and Jail Information

West Covina Police Station
1444 West Garvey Ave. South
West Covina, CA 91790
(626) 939-8500
West Covina Jail Inmate Locator

The West Covina Police Station services the entire city, but divides it into four parts with a separate Lieutenant in charge of each.

Service Area 1 – North
Watch Commander – Lt. David Lee
24 hour voice mail: (626) 939-6800 ext. 7820
E-mail: servicearea1@wcpd.org

Service Area 2 – East
Watch Commander – Lt. Ken Plunkett
24 hour voice mail: (626) 939-8600 ext. 7805
E-mail: servicearea2@wcpd.org

Service Area 3 – Central
Watch Commander – Lt. Pat Benschop
24 hour voice mail: (626) 939-8600 ext. 7825
E-mail: servicearea3@wcpd.org

Service Area 4 – South
Watch Commander – Lt. Jerry Pearman
24 hour voice mail: (626) 939-8600 ext. 7800
E-mail: servicearea4@wcpd.org

What is a Bail Bond?

bail bond, or “surety bond” offers the court a financial incentive in order to secure the release of a defendant prior to a trial. It simply states that, should the defendant choose not to appear for a court date, the court will receive a monetary settlement.

Bail is often set at tens-of-thousands of dollars (or hundreds of thousands, in very serious cases). Most people cannot afford to pay that kind of money, and so a bail bondsman acts as an intermediary between the individual and the court. By charging the defendant 10% of the total bail amount, a bail bondsman “guarantees” to the court that the defendant will be present for all of their court dates, thus securing the release of the defendant from jail.

The Cost of a Bail Bond

When a defendant is arrested, booked and processed, a bail amount is set by the county bail schedule. This amount is based on several factors, and averages about $20,000 in the State of California. Once bail is set, a bail bond can be acquired for 10% of the total bail amount. This means that, if bail is set at $20,000, the cost of a bail bond will be $2,000.

Payment Options

All major credit and debit cards are accepted, including: Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover. Bail can also be paid by money order, personal or business check, account transfer or wire transfer.

This can be a stressful time. If you are in need of West Covina Jail Bail Bonds, know that we are available any time, day or night, to walk you through the bail bond process and to make it as easy as possible.

Call us today at 877-422-4591.