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Seal Beach Bail Bonds


The City of Seal Beach lies just south of Long Beach and the City of Los Alamitos and encompasses the beach, pier, and water area north of Huntington Beach.  It was established in 1915 and officially took Seal Beach as its name because of a different northern California city had already incorporated the name “Bay City.”  It has the second longest wooden pier in the state, rebuilt in the 1980s after a storm.  The city consists of 11.3 square land miles and 1.8 square miles of water.  It is one of the smaller area communities in Orange County to have its own Police Department and its own jail.  But its coverage area encompasses the Seal Beach Naval yard, the original Leisure World retirement community, the channel, the pier, the beach and several private residential communities.  The Seal Beach coast areas and pier area are well known for surfing, fishing, and beachcombing.

Bail Bond Payment Options in Seal Beach

Mr Nice Guy Bail Bonds offers fast services with easy payments and flexible financing options to bail out of jail 24/7. Bail online, over the phone or in person. You probably have something more specific in mind, like how to get someone out of Seal Beach PD’s Type I Jail.  Call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds, toll free, at 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 to be connected to a licensed Bail Bonds Agent and discuss the unfolding script in confidential detail.  Firstly, the person who you are concerned about might have been arrested in Seal Beach, Cypress, or Los Alamitos because all three cities share communications and resources in certain circumstances.  Your Mr. Nice Guy bail bond agent can give you pretty accurate status on the arrest of the person that you are looking to help.  Once there is confirmation of the individual’s booking in Seal Beach, the agent can help you guide you through the bail bond process.  Mr. Nice Guy is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, and can be reached by text, email or voice at 1-949-445-3420.

24 Hour Local Seal Beach Bail Bonds Services:

If a person is arrested by the Seal Beach Police Department and has no other warrants, they will be detained at the Seal Beach Jail.  The good news is that Seal Beach Jail is one of the better Orange County options for incarceration. The bad news is that the Seal Beach Jail booking fee is one of the highest in Orange County ($375), these fees are added to court fees upon conviction.  Contact Mr. Nice Guy at any of his numbers (toll free at 1-844-400-2245, or 1-949-445034209).

Does Seal Beach have a Jail?

The Seal Beach Police Department’s Detention Center has a capacity of 30 inmates and is a model in its design, staffing, and resource use.   They offer to Pay-to-Stay for people serving sentences and want to do so in relatively decent confinement arrangements.  Portions of the jail may be rented for film and television production as well – that’s a statement about the SBPD’s thinking outside of the box for recouping the expenses of the facility itself.   For the person dwelling inside the box, it’s not a stretch to imagine Seal Beach conserving its existing space for newly charged and arrested persons.

Where do arrestees get sent from Seal Beach?

People who can’t get along will probably be moved along to another facility at earliest convenience.  The Seal Beach Police Department has been serving the area since 1927 and is presently staffed by a team of sworn officers (30), professional employees (25) and many reservists and volunteers.  Seal Beach, Cypress and Los Alamitos are tied together by their communications systems, allowing them to share dispatch and report information.  Depending on when the arrest occurs and what conditions may exist within the smaller detention facilities in Los Alamitos and Cypress determines the first holding location of an arrested person.  Individuals with history within the Orange County correctional or detention systems may be transferred to the main Orange County Sheriff’s Jail in Santa Ana.

That’s why it’s important to deal with the situation as quickly as possible because a transfer means a considerable shift in environmental amenities and definitely more time.   Call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds toll-free at: 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 as soon as possible to be connected to a licensed Bail Bonds Agent.   We can accept immediate calls, text or email messages at 1-949-445-3420.  We can make arrangements to have your loved one bailed out of Seal Beach Jail as soon as processing is complete.  Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bond agents are available 24 hours and can get your loved-one out.

Where Do I Post Bail for the Seal Beach Jail?

The Seal Beach Police Department Jail is located at the corner of Seal Beach Blvd and Adolfo Lopez Drive, easily accessible from either direction of the Seal Beach Blvd. Seal Beach Blvd is accessible from both directions of the San Diego Freeway (405) driving approximately 2.3 miles southwest, and can additionally be reached from Pacific Coast Highway via Bolsa Ave and Seal Beach Blvd intersection by driving 1.5 miles northeast. 

Police Department
911 Seal Beach Boulevard
Seal Beach, CA 90740
(562) 799-4100

Department Lobby Hours M-F 9:00am – 5:30pm with the exception of Holidays

Seal Beach Detention Center (Jail) Officers (562) 799-4100 x1116

Be prepared to pay by cash, personal check with valid identification, money orders, travelers checks or a bail bond that Mr. Nice Guy agents can prepare. 

In most cases the bail bonds can be posted in the Seal Beach Jail with just a few signatures on the standard bail application forms (see our forms page.)   We can assist in looking up just about anything within the system and our licensed agents are prepared to answer questions you may have about our fees, the bond amount, payments, collateral, and the bail process all in the strictest of confidentiality. 

Who do I contact for Bail Bond information in Seal Beach?

Mr. Nice Guy’s licensed agents are mobile and available all hours to provide the service of nearly immediate freedom.   They have experience in Seal Beach and Orange County with bonds for all types charges:

  • Misdemeanor and Felony
  • Traffic Warrants
  • Drug Offenses
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI/DWI – Drunk Driving Bail Bond

Mr. Nice Guy can direct you as soon as you call 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 or 1-949-445-3420.  Now smile!