Thousand Oaks Bail Bonds

Bail Bonds in Thousand Oaks, California

Named for the many oak trees that grow in the area, the City of Thousand Oaks is located northwest of Los Angeles and forms the population core of the Conejo Valley. Thousand Oaks has expanded over the years to include its neighbors in Westlake Village and Newbury Park until it is now the second largest city in Ventura County and home to more than 130,000 people.

Thousand Oaks, California has long been a desirable place to live as it is considered by the FBI to be one of the safest cities in the nation and has been ranked as one of the wealthiest cities in the U.S. several years in a row by various publications. Agriculture was the primary industry in Thousand Oaks until the 1960s when technology companies began to settle in the area, particularly Newbury Park. Today, Thousand Oaks is home to a range of biotech and communications companies, as well as a host of others. California Lutheran University is headquartered in Thousand Oaks, as is J.D. Power and Associates.

Thousand Oaks Shooting in 2018

On November 7, 2018, a former Marine from Newbury Park entered the Borderline Bar and Grill as they held a College County Night event that regularly attracted college student from nearby universities.  Using smoke bombs and a .45-caliber Glock 21 with a laser sight, the gunman moved through the bar, shooting patrons, including seven college students. Four other people were killed during the incident, including a police officer who responded to the scene.

Fun in Thousand Oaks, CA

Thousand Oaks is home to the Conejo Valley Art Museum and has hosted numerous famous performers at its Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.  Each year, the community of Thousand Oaks is host to a wide variety of concerts and festivals. The Conejo Valley Days is a spring festival, held each year and featuring a carnival. The OakHeart Country Music Festival is held each June at the Conejo Creek Park fields and the city recently began hosting the LGBTQ+ Pride festival called Conejo Valley PRIDE.

Law Enforcement in Thousand Oaks, CA

Policing services for the City of Thousand Oaks is provided by contract through the Ventura Sheriff’s Department. This arrangement has been in place since 1964.

The Police Department of Thousand Oaks serves the city and the unincorporated areas surrounding it through two organizations, the East County Police Service and the Thousand Oaks Police Department.  Both organizations are housed in a single facility located on East Olsen Road.

Thousand Oaks Police Department

2101 E Olsen Road

Thousand Oaks, CA  91360

(805) 494-8200

In Jail in Thousand Oak, CA

If you are arrested in Thousand Oaks or its neighboring communities, you will be taken to the East Valley Booking Facility in Thousand Oaks. This facility is responsible for processing all arrestees in the county. Once an individual has been processed and “booked” they have an opportunity to “bail out” of jail before being transferred to the larger county jail.  To find the amount of bail required to bail someone out of jail, a person would need to consult the Ventura County Bail Schedule. This schedule is available at the booking facility, or you can locate it online.

The various jails and holding facilities near Thousand Oaks include:

 

Pre-Trial Detention

800 South Victoria Avenue

Ventura, CA  93009

(805)654-3335 – Visiting Information

(805) 654-5087 – Inmate Chaplain

 

After trial, inmates are transferred to either the Todd Road Jail or the East County Jail.

 

Todd Road Jail Facility

600 South Todd Road

Santa Paula, CA  93060

(805) 933-8501 – Visiting Information

 

East County Jail

2101 East Olsen Road

Thousand Oaks, CA  91360

(805) 494-8242 - Reception

If you or someone you care about is arrested in Thousand Oaks, your first call should be to Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (844) 400-BAIL (2245). The licensed and professional bail bondsmen that work with Mr. Nice Guy can help facilitate the bail process and get you or someone you love out of jail and back home as soon as possible.

Call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (844) 400- 2245 for help getting out of jail in Thousand Oaks!

How Much is Bail in Thousand Oaks?

To determine the amount of bail required to get an arrested individual out of jail, you’ll need to know the primary charges and any enhancements, or additional charges, that are being made. Bail in Thousand Oaks is set by the Ventura County Superior Court.

Bail is often more money than defendants or their families can come up with easily. This is when the services of a bail bondsman can be most useful. If you or someone you know is facing bail they can’t afford in Thousand Oaks, one call to Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds will have them out of jail ASAP! Call (844) 400-2245.

Bail Bonds in Thousand Oaks

Bail bond companies, like Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds, are licensed by the State of California to write surety bonds on behalf of defendants. The surety bond is deposited with the court in place of cash bail and backed by an insurance company that guarantees to pay the entire amount of the cash bail should the defendant fail to abide by the terms of their pretrial release.

It is best to get bailed out of jail before being transferred from the booking facility to one of the larger county jails listed below. Call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds for help bailing out of jail in Simi Valley. Call (844) 400-2245 to get out of jail fast!

Arrested for Assault and Battery

Assault and battery are terms that are often used together, which might lead you to think that the two charges are the same, or, at least, two parts of a single charge. But, the truth is much more complicated than that. While the two are related, and you could be charged with both, as they are two distinct and separate crimes.

Assault Charges PC 242

The crime of assault is a violation of Penal Code 242 and doesn't require any physical contact. You may have heard, or even used, the phrase, “He (or she) assaulted me!” in a situation where someone was actually hurt by physical violence. However, assault is not necessarily an attack of any kind, but merely the attempt to make unlawful contact with the intent of doing harm.

There are three components of assault:

  1. There must be an unlawful attempt
  2. There must be ability
  3. There must be another person upon whom violence or injury was threatened or attempted

“Attempt” means that someone tried to do something; not that they thought about it or wanted to, but that they tried.

Battery Charges PC 242

Battery is defined as the willful, unlawful use of force against another person. This is a violation of Penal Code 242 and must have three separate elements:

  1. The act must be willful and unlawful
  2. Force or violence is used
  3. The willful use of violence or force is used against another person.

In other words, you have to intend to use force or violence, it has to involve another person, but it doesn't have to actually cause any damage, injury, or harm. In fact, you don't even have to touch the body of the other person, in order to be guilty of battery. If you touch anything that is “intimately connected” to the other person, like their clothing or something they are holding, in a disrespectful or rude way, you could be charged with battery. 

Resisting Arrest PC 148(a)(1)

Resisting arrest is a violation of Penal Code 148(a)(1) which prohibits a person from resisting, delaying, or obstructing a law enforcement officer in the performance of his or her duties, which include arresting someone.

If you find yourself in the position of dealing with law enforcement officers, try to stay calm. The more you can keep a level head about you and act with restraint toward the police officers and the other party involved, the better things will go. It's important to remember to conduct yourself in such a way that the law enforcement officers don't see you as a threat. This keeps you safe, as well as putting you in a position to be able to calmly explain your side of things to the police.

When dealing with the police, remember:

  • Cooperate with police officers, physically. Don't resist them, even if they feel the need to restrain you.
  • Speak as calmly as possible, if you choose to answer their questions.
  • Don't speak to or yell at the other party in the altercation.
  • Conduct yourself in a dignified way, allowing the officers to see that your behavior was only what was necessary for self-defense.

If you are arrested and charged with battery, the arresting officer should inform you of your Miranda Rights:

  • You have the right to remain silent – They can't make you talk, other than to provide your name, address, and show some sort of identification, upon request.
  • Anything you say can be used against you – If you choose to talk to the authorities, the statements you make can be used against you in court.
  • You have the right to an attorney – You can ask to have an attorney present while they question you. If you ask for an attorney but continue to talk to the officers, while you wait for your attorney, the answers you give can still be used against you.
  • If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you – If you cannot afford an attorney, but would like to have one, the court will appoint an attorney for you, free of charge.

It is important to keep things from escalating in front of the police. If you get angry and strike out against a police officer, new and even more serious charges can be filed against you, including resisting arrest. Remaining calm and being physically cooperative will work in your favor, as you negotiate the legal path that lies ahead.

Assault & Battery Bail Bonds

If you are arrested for assault and battery, you will be booked at the East County Booking Facility and charged with specific crimes and enhancements. Each charge and enhancement carry different bail amounts. Often, prosecutors and law enforcement officers will charge you with the most serious versions of the crimes they believe have been committed, even if those charges will be reduced, later on. But, this leaves you in the position of having higher amounts of bail money to produce, in order to get out of jail after an arrest.

It is common for people to lack the cash funds to post their own bail. If this is the case, you can call a bail bonds company like Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds. They will post bail for you, in return for a small fee, generally 10% of the total bail due. This allows you to get out of jail at a fraction of the cost of paying the full bail yourself.

For Assault & Battery Bail Bonds, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (844) 400-2245.

Fast Bail Bonds in Thousand Oaks

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds is the #1 bail bond company in Southern California, and they'll work hard to get you out of jail as soon as possible. Mr. Nice Guy's licensed bail agents can process bail bonds for arrests throughout Southern California and offer bail premiums as low as 7%* (the lowest bail bond rate allowed in California). No other bail bondsman can offer lower rates. Call now, or start the bail bonds process online. (844) 400-BAIL (2245)

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Other online services include free warrant checks and a direct link to the most Sheriff's Department databases.

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