If someone you care for has been arrested and detained by a member of the Simi Valley Police Department you will want to contact an expert bail bondsman as soon as possible. This Department has a small holding cell but the station is not equipped to book defendants into the system. People who are arrested within this city’s limits will likely be transported to the Ventura County Main Jail to complete this process.
Simi Valley Police Department
3901 Alamo Street
Simi Valley, CA 93063
24-hour Simi Valley PD bail bonds information: 805-496-2763
Officers assigned to work in this Department are committed to working with each other and the community while upholding the highest moral and ethical standards. They have a duty to do what is right, to treat everyone with dignity and respect, and to act with honor at all times.
The are three Divisions within the Simi Valley Police Department. The Operations Division is currently led by Captain Ron Chambers and consists of the Traffic Unit, the Patrol Unit, the K-9 Patrol and the Communications Unit. The Investigative Services Division is currently led by Captain John McGiney and is responsible for crime prevention, hiring, recruitment, oversees volunteer programs and helps coordinate the Citizens Academy. Lastly, the Administrative Division is overseen by Deputy Director Mary Humphries and helps with fiscal services, crime analysis and reporting and lends support to the Maintenence Unit.
If someone you care for has been arrested by the Simi Valley Police Department, Adelante Bail Bonds can help. Call now to speak with an expert bondsman at 805-496-2763.