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Persons arrest within the city limits of Cypress California will be detained and taken to the Cypress Police Department Jail located at 5275 Orange Ave, Cypress, CA 90630. The jail is open 24 hours a day to accept a bail bond to release a defendant.
Cypress jail and transfers
The jail is small city jail that will transfer inmate shortly after booking them into custody. It is not a Type 1 facility with the ability to hold inmate up to 96 hours. It is important to call us immediately so we can prevent the transfer and a defendant to the county jail in Santa Ana. The county jail booking and release process take much long. Sometimes, the county jail can take 12 to 24 hours to release an inmate.
The booking process
Once the defendant has been received into the jailer’s custody, they will start the booking process. The booking process consists of gathering the person’s personal information such as their name, date of birth, height, weight, address, employment information, and their place of employment. Then the jailer will bag and log all personal items for safe keeping. Finally, a mug shot and the person’s fingerprints will be obtained for a background check. Once the person has completed the background check, they will be eligible to bail out of custody as long as they don’t have any warrants or holds.
In most cases, all we need to bail a defendant out of custody is a co-signer that can guarantee that the defendant will appear to each and every court date. We approve bonds of all sizes from $5,000 to $5,000,000. With our signature bonds, we will gather personal information about the co-signer and the defendant. Once all the information has been collected, the bond is ready to be turned in. Our process takes about 15 minutes and can all be completed in the lobby of the police department jail.
Common charges and crimes that we accept signature bonds for include:
- Domestic violence
- Commercial burglary
- Controlled substances
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Driving under the influence with injury
- Failure to appear
- Criminal threats and more
The jail will accept a bail bond once the booking process has been completed. The jail will only release the inmate if they receive the entire bail amount in the acceptable forms. Acceptable forms of bail include cash bail or a bail bond. If a cash bail is posted, the entire amount, typically in the form of a cashier’s check will need to be handed over to the jailer for release. If the defendant is unable to produce the entire bail amount in cash, then they will either need to remain in custody or purchase a bail bond. A bail bond in the amount of the bail will need to be submitted to the jail to guarantee release.
Once a cash bond or a bail bond is delivered to the jailer, the jailer will review the bond and verify the information. After the bond has been signed off by the watch commander, the inmate will be released. The jail typically releases inmate in 5 to 10 minutes after the bond has been accepted.
Post release expectations
After the defendant has been released from custody, they are required to appear in court each and every time they have a scheduled court date. Once the defendant has completed their court appearances, the liability will be released. This means that the co-signer will no longer be responsible for the defendant’s appearance in court.
Cypress Police, Jail & Inmate Resources
Visit the Cypress Police Department official website
Get directions to the Cypress Police Department Jail:
If an arrestee has been transferred to the Orange County Main Jail in Santa Ana, search for an inmate by name to see if they are in custody.
More About Cypress, CA
Cypress is a small suburb in Orange County, California and is home to an estimated 46,229 as of 2000. The city of Cypress was originally known as ‘Waterville’ due to the large amount of artesian wells located in the area, but when it was incorporated it was done so under the name ‘Dairy City’ in 1956. The city was given the name by the dairy farmers who lived there, but by the 1960s, the land had become to valuable and the farmers sold their land to developers and by the 1970s, no dairy farms remained in the area. The name was changed by residents in 1957 to ‘Cypress’ after Cypress Elementary School which as built in 1895 and was given its name by the Cypress trees planted on the property to protect the school from the seasonal Santa Ana Winds. The city is home to 12,241 families, most of which are married couples and homes with children under the age of 18 living in them. The city is part of the Anaheim Unified School District and the Cypress Elementary School District. Cypress College is also located in the city which was opened in 1966 and offers a variety of community college classes for those looking to transfer or receive their Associate’s degree. The Anaheim Unified School District is currently ranked as the second best public high school district in the country. The city houses 13 schools, one college prep school, one high school, one junior high school, a parish school and nine elementary schools.