Bobby Bail Bonds offers 24 hour service in Stamford, CT and surrounding areas. If you are in need of bail assistance please call one of our Stamford, CT agents today at 203-528-0312.
Stamford is an easy, and fast place to bond out a loved one. It should only take about 30-40 minutes start to finish. 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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805 Bedford Street
Stamford, Connecticut 06905
The Stamford Police Department takes pride in being the sole full-time law enforcement agency responsible for public safety in Stamford. The Department consists of different units within four six distinct Divisions. Becuse of the efforts of the Police Department, the FBI has ranked Stamford as one of the top safest cities in the nation for nine consecutive years. The Stamford Police Department is committed to a collaborative, cooperative and interactive community policing philosophy. District Commanders regularly attend meetings of neighborhood associations and community groups and are committed to working with residents to identify and solve issues before they become crime problems.
The Departmet enhanced its capacity by creating several specialty units and acquired advanced tactical and technological equipment. Examples of the specialty units that contribute to the Department's success are a Special Victims Unit (SVU), an Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC), a Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Squad(CARS), a Canine Unit, a Motorcycle Unit, a Marine Division, a Neighborhood Impact Unit, A Youth mentoring Detail which includes, summer camps, basketball leagues, and a female juvenile Police Commission operate and are designed to strengthen and reinforce positive police/youth relationships.
In addition to the specialty units, the patrol, the investigative and narcotics units provide outstanding protection for the citizens and visitors alike in Stamford on a daily basis. The Department has officers who work with or are active members of the FBI Task Force, DEA, U.S. Customs & Homeland Security, ICE, ATF, and the United States Marshall's Office.
Chief of Police Jonathan Fontneau assumed command of the Stamford Police Department on December 13th, 2012 at a ceremony held at the Stamford Government Center. Chief Fontneau took command from Chief Robert Nivakoff, who retired October 1st, 2012. Chief Fontneau is the 15th Chief of Police for the Stamford Police Department.
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