Belmont Police Department
One Twin Pines Lane
Belmont, CA 94002
24-hour bail information: 650-227-3547
The Belmont Police Department was founded nearly a century ago and it currently employs more than 50 sworn and civilian personnel. It has a number of units including school resource officers, canine units, investigations units, uniformed patrol, traffic enforcement, evidence technicians, S.W.A.T., records, crime prevention and G.R.E.A.T.
Anyone who is arrested by a member of the Belmont Police Department will be transported to one of the San Mateo jails to undergo the booking process. During this time the crime the defendant is being charged with will be cross-checked against the county bail schedule. The bail schedule is a document that is prepared each year by a panel of Superior Court Judges and it lists different bail amounts for different crimes. Lower bail is set for less serious crimes whereas higher bail amounts will correspond with more serious offenses.
Officers employed at the Belmont Police Department have a problem oriented approach when it comes to their job. Officers are assigned to teams and each team reports to a dedicated sergeant. Together, these teams work with schools, business owners and community groups to help address quality of life issues and to reduce crime.
The Chief has been quoted as saying “your problem is our problem” and has promised the department will make every effort to help residents through whatever issues they are facing.
Belmont Bail Bonds
If you need help arranging bail bonds call Adelante Bail Bonds now at 650-227-3547. Someone is available to take your call 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. We can help you understand how bail works and will explain what you need to do to get your loved one out of jail fast. All calls are handled confidentially and consultations are always free.
Call Adelante Bail Bonds now at 650-227-3547 to learn how we can help with Belmont Police Department bail bonds.