Law enforcement for the city is provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department from the Pico Rivera station at 6631 Passons Blvd (across from City Hall), 1-800-944-1599. They are open all the time because they are in service demand to Pico Rivera and parts of Whittier all the time. There’s another helpful crew that can help you if you are an unexpected guest of the Pico Rivera Sheriffs Station and that would be LakeWood Bail Bonds – accessible, live bail bond agents 24 X 7 who open your eyes to the economic answer of bail bonds over bail. Call LakeWood at BAIL and you will be relieved to find the best price on bail bonds in Pico Rivera and anywhere else in the greater Los Angeles area.
You can find LakeWood Bail Bonds through this web-site and process all the necessary forms without going anywhere. Check for a warrant on someone in Pico Rivera or for you. The links to find someone arrested in Pico Rivera or for a warrant check is under the Resources tab (at the top of the screen), look for Inmate Search and Warrant Check.
LakeWood Bail Bonds licensed agents are capable of supplying Immigration bonds also, and while these require a slightly higher percentage in cost, they are processed with the same professionalism. It doesn’t matter who provides the bond forms, it doesn’t matter where you were arrested and on what charge, LakeWood Bail Bonds can help you. They offer web-based support for family members to post a bond through their service and 24 x 7 availability by phone Call 1-800-944-1599 any time of day or night and speak to a live licensed bail bondsman for the best rates and immediate results.
Taking action quickly is important in that many of the smaller station holding facilities make regular transfers of arrested persons to the larger facilities. Even in Pico Rivera, an arrested person might be transferred to any of three or four different Los Angeles County Sheriffs’ jail facilities depending on charges or lack of space. Use the Resources tab of the LakeWood Bail Bonds Website and use Inmate Search to determine where someone is in the system. You may be disappointed if you drive to a local station only to find the person has been transferred to Downtown Los Angeles.