Toll Free 1-951-789-4001

​Access Bail Bonds is a 24 hour / 7 days a week emergency bail bond service. We’re expertly trained to guide you through
the whole bail bond process, and we will answer any questions you may have. We understand this is a stressful time and
most customers have never been in this situation before. Feel free to contact Access Bail Bonds, one of our licensed agents
will provide you with the fastest, more professional service. We offer free bail information, bail bonds by fax or e-mail,
signature bonds, collateral not always necessary. Access Bail Bonds are one of the few companies that can legally offer you
a 20% discount. Call Access Bail Bonds Toll Free 1-951-789-4001 and ask for details.

We offer affordable payment plans and interest free financing. We will come to you at no additional charge.

ABOUT BANNING BAIL BONDS: Banning is a city in the Riverside County in California. It is located in the San Gorgonio
Pass, also known as the Banning Pass. Banning has a western neighbor called the city of Beaumont, which shares regional
and geographic features. Banning is about 80 miles east of downtown Los Angeles and about 30 miles west of Palm
Springs. All three cities are connected by the 10 freeway and the railroad system.

HISTORY: In the mid-19th century, the Cahuilla people inhabited Banning. In 1824, Banning became part of the Mission
San Gabriel Archangel, and then the Rancho San Gorgonio. In 1863, a smallpox epidemic further diminished the Cahuilla.
The first stagecoach line came through in 1862, and the railroad followed in 1876. Banning borders the Morongo Indian
Reservation, home of the Morongo Band of Cahuilla (Mission) Indians. Prior to the name Banning, the settlement was called
“Moore City”. Ransom B. Moore operated a large cattle ranch in the area of San Gorgonio Mountains from the late 1850s to
the early 1980s.


SAFTEY: Banning has its own police force it incorporated in 1913. Banning police covers 2 square miles and currently has a
population of approximately 29,000 residents. The Banning Police Department is committed to serve with honor and protect
all citizens of our community. Banning Police Department is forced on public trust and providing safe environment for all.

The Banning Police Department consist of 29 sworn personnel and 12 classified personnel. The Police Department offers a
variety of services such as: Field Patrol, Detective Bureau, Emergency Tactical Unit, Narcotics Task Force, Gang Task Force,
Narcotics K-9, Motors, School Resource Officer, Field Training Officer, and Reserve Police Officer.

HOW LONG IS THE BAIL BOND PROCESS: When a person is arrested in Banning, they are taken to the Banning County
Sheriff’s Department and booked in. The booking process can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours, it includes booking
applications, finger printing, photo taken, and warrant check. They run a warrant to make sure you do not have any out of
county or out of state warrants or any holds from any courts. After the process is completed, a bail amount is set, and bail
can be arranged at that time. You will be removed to a holding cell where you will be able to make phone calls.

HOW MUCH IS BAIL: The standard rate is 10% of the bail amount set. Access Bail Bonds offers a 20% discount
(conditions apply), this is our 8% bail and is legal. We are one of the few companies that can legally offer a 8% bail bond.
Bail bonds are regulated by the State of California and the Department of Insurance.

IS COLLATERAL REQUIRED: Most of the time our customers quality for our Signature Bonds, which no collateral is
needed. These bonds require some information to determine the risk of the bond.

• Employment (how long have you been on your job)
• Home owner
• Ties to the Community
• How long have you lived in the Community
• Prior Arrest

Banning Police Department Services
Banning Police Department
125 East Ramsey, Banning, CA 92220

Larry Smith Correctional County Sheriff Department
Banning Sheriff’s Department
16275 S. Hargrave Street, Banning, CA 92220

Banning Inmate Locator
16275 S. Hargrave Street, Banning, CA 92220

Banning Superior Count
Banning Superior Court
135 N. Allessandro Road, Banning, CA 92220

Felony Bail Schedule

Those arrested will be taken to the Smith Correctional Facility. There they will be book in and a bail amount will be set for
the crime. Please call Access Bail Bonds for the fastest release possible. One of our agents will be able to assist you with all
your questions. Ask us about our 20% discount. Call our local office at 951-922-3056 or our toll free number 1-