At any jail at any time, ALL DAY ALL NIGHT can help you with the entire process of posting a bond. Does it seem complicated? Visit our How it Works page for an easy, step-by-step process. Or simply call us for information and advice.
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ALL DAY ALL NIGHT bail services extend throughout the entire state – from Castle Rock, Denver, and the Front Range. We provide service to the entire Denver metro area. Not sure what bondsman to call? We cover the entire state of Colorado, so call us to find out how soon we can help you.
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Note: Denver County and District Courts utilize Pretrial Services and a Pretrial Services hold may delay the release of the inmate until the next business day after the bond is posted.
The Denver County Sheriff’s Department staffs and maintains two detention facilities in the City and County of Denver. The Van Cise-Simonet Detention Center is located downtown and houses most pre-trial, or non-convicted detainees. It is this facility that new arrestees are taken to and processed. The two facilities have an average daily inmate population in excess of 2,000.
The Van Cise-Simonet Detention Center, or the Downtown Detention Center, also houses the Bond Desk where Denver bail bonds are posted to secure the release of a defendant. This is the facility to which the bail bonds denver agent you are working with will go to “post” bond for you friend or family member.
The Bond Desk closes at 10:00PM and it is highly recommended that all paperwork be done and the agent be in line to post bond no later than 9:00PM. While technically possible to post bonds with a deputy after the bail bonding desk has closed, it will generally not get the defendant released any sooner than posting it in the morning when the bail bonding desk reopens.
Some important characteristics of bail bonds Denver are that a defendant must be fully booked into the facility and their fingerprints must be cleared before the jail will accept bond for them. It can take several hours for a persons fingerprints to be submitted and returned with an identity. The time it takes for a defendant to be released from the jail after their bond has been posted varies depending, but tends to be from 4-6 hours.
The Denver County Jail facility on Smith Road houses both male and female inmates that have been sentenced to a term of confinement and also some pre-sentence female inmates. In addition the County Jail supervises inmates serving alternative sentences such as work release. It maintains the full range of Security levels from minimum security dormitories to maximum security cells and “lock-down” units.
The Sheriff’s Department is the largest in the State of Colorado and third largest law enforcement agency in the State after the Department of Corrections and Police Department. It is currently headed by interim Sheriff Elias Diggins. The Sheriff Department has a long and rich history. It is the oldest in the State, being founded in 1858 when Denver was the County Seat of Arapahoe County. At that early date it was responsible for most of what is now North-Eastern Colorado. The Department and the position of Sheriff went through many changes through the years until its present form today within the Home-Rule City. The position of Sheriff is appointed by the Mayor.
The Sheriff Department is responsible for the County Detention Facilities, transport of prisoner to court appearances and other facilities, Court security, service of civil process, apprehension of criminal fugitives, bail bonds Denver, and maintaining the security of critical incident sites within the County.
Denver has received many acolades. Denver County was the first in the nation to receive accredidation from the American Correctional Association (ACA) and is accredited by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC). In 2013 they received the prestigious Triple Crown Accredidation recognizing departments for adapting top the country’s most proven solutions to correctional management. Since its inception in 1993, only 39 of the country’s more than 3,500 departments have received the award placing the our sheriff department in the top 1% of departments nationwide.