Bobby Bail Bonds offers 24 hour service in Hartford, CT and surrounding areas. If you are in need of bail assistance please call one of our Hartford, CT agents today at 860-471-8318.
818 Windsor Street
Hartford, CT 06120
Hartford is not an easy, and fast place to bond out a loved one. It might take a few hours start to finish. The Hartford Police Department Brings everyone right to the court house jail. What takes so long is the Hartford Police Department bringing your loved one back to the Police Department from the court house. A Bobby Bail Bonds agent will do what we can to make the wait as easy 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 your loved one is released to a Bobby Bail Bonds agent to sign papers.
Then your are free to leave.
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Located at 17 Weston Street in Hartford on a 10 acre space, Hartford Correctional Center is classified as a Level 4 facility. This jail has a population of about 1,000 male inmates, and a staff of just over 330 people. It has been in operation since 1977, expanding as needed through the years. Visiting hours are organized by assigned place in the jail, rotated through the week. Visitors can call 860-240-1800 for inmate specific visiting days and hours. Clothes for inmates to wear to court can be dropped off weekdays between 10:30 AM and noon. Available programs include GED education, addiction services, and religious services. Money can be added to an inmate account by mailing a money order, made out in the inmate's name with inmate number, to Inmate Trust Fund, P.O. Box 290800, Wethersfield, CT 06129-0800. Western Union Quick Collect is a faster option and can be done online.
The Hartford police department is housed in the Hartford Safety Complex building. The complex is located at 253 High Street in Connecticut. Chief James C. Rovella is head of the department. Hartford police officers submit nearly 65,000 reports each year. Sworn officers submit these reports at the end of their shifts. The Records Division creats and manages the files from the reports. The Crime Analysis Unit must process these files before anyone from the public can view them. Anyone who wants to receive a report should get a case number from the officer who submitted the report. It is also a good idea to provide the name of the people involved as well as the location and date of the incident. This will speed up the process of locating the report. It takes at least five days after an incident for the report to be made available to the public.
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