Bobby Bail Bonds offers 24 hour service in Bridgeport, CT and surrounding areas. If your in need of Bail assistance please call one of our in Bridgeport, CT agents today at 203-200-7097.
1018 Broad Street #148
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Bridgeport Police Department can take a hour or two to bond out a loved one. We Know its frustrating to wait, but we will be there with you to help you get through the waiting time. Bobby Bail Bonds will do what we can do to make it as fast as possible. First you will sign paperwork for Bobby Bail Bonds. Then a Bobby Bail bonds agent will sign paperwork for the Police Department.
Then we wait …
Then your loved one is released to a Bobby Bail Bonds agent to sign papers. Then your are free to leave.
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300 Congress Street
Bridgeport, CT 06604-4065
The Bridgeport Police Department is the police force of Bridgeport, CT and came into existence in 1837. The department currently has patrol units, a marine unit, a civilian academy, and also deals with animal control. The department also participated in gun buyback program, and as of March 9th, 2013 has effectively taken 9,732 guns off of the street. The department also offers a wide array of community services such as education and outreach programs, neighborhood watch, citizen patrols, sex offender registry, extensive record keeping for the city of Bridgeport. The department is located at 300 Congress St., Bridgeport, CT 06604 and all units and community services are available on a walk in basis at the department.
When preparing to visit an inmate housed at the Bridgeport Correctional Center, it is imperative that you be aware of stringent guidelines concerning the manner in which this level 4 high-security jail is operated. As of January 2013, a staff of 325 work with 860 inmates. Located at 1106 North Avenue in Bridgeport and currently serving the courts of Bridgeport, Ansonia, Danbury, Derby, Milford, Norwalk and Stamford, the mission of staff at the facility is to provide an environment for inmates that is conducive to productivity and non-violence, through various educational and volunteer programs.
Keep in mind that no visitors are permitted to bring cell phones inside the building, and visitation never occurs on State Holidays. Visitors under age 16 must provide two valid documents of identification. Background checks will be conducted on all people added to an inmate's visitation request form. Feel free to call (203) 579-6131 for more information.
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