When someone is arrested in or around Santa Clarita, their first destination will be the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station where they undergo booking and processing. The process can take a few hours to complete, and once it does the defendant will be held at the SCV Sheriff Station jail for up to 72 hours. If the defendant isn’t bailed out within that time period, or if the on-site jail becomes overcrowded, inmates will begin to be transferred to a larger, long-term holding facility in downtown Los Angeles. Male defendants are typically transferred to the Twin Towers Jail.
It’s still possible to obtain a defendant’s release via Santa Clarita Bail Bonds even after they’ve been transferred to Twin Towers. Once an inmate is transferred, they will need to go through another round of processing at the new facility, but this time the procedure will take upwards of 12 to 24 hours to complete. Twin Towers Jail is one of the busiest jails in the world, and processing individuals in and out takes much longer than it does at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station.
The bail bond process is the same regardless of whether the inmate is at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station jail or Twin Towers – Twin Towers just takes a bit longer to process inmates out due to how busy the jail is. It’s always best to contact a bail bondsman as fast as possible, especially if the inmate is still in Santa Clarita. Once the bail bond process has begun, it’s possible to avoid transfer altogether and get your friend or loved one out of jail sooner.
If you have any additional questions regarding Santa Clarita Bail Bonds at Twin Towers Jail, please feel free to give us a call any time 24/7 at 661-299-2663 or toll-free at 855-728-BAIL (2245). We’re always happy to answer any questions you may have, and our consultations are always free of charge.