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Laguna Beach PD Seeks to Hire Beach Patrol Officer

December 12, 2016 Comments Off on Laguna Beach PD Seeks to Hire Beach Patrol Officer posted by: admin

A spokesperson for the Laguna Beach Police Department has confirmed that the LBPD is looking to hire an officer to patrol local beaches.  The new hire, according to a report by, will be charged with “assisting in the patrol and enforcement of municipal and state codes.”

All applicants must have a valid driver’s license; they must also have the ability to obtain a Class C driver’s license, as well.

The Beach Patrol Officer will also help with traffic control and will be charged with interacting with locals and visitors to ensure that codes, rules and regulations are adhered to.

The LBPD is currently seeking applications who feel they have prior work experience that lends itself to the responsibilities of this position.  This includes, but is not limited to, applicants who have experience with customer service, problem solving and cognitive thinking.

Original article:  Laguna Beach police department looking for beach patrol officer

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How low cost bail bonds in Laguna Beach could hurt you

October 23, 2015 Comments Off on How low cost bail bonds in Laguna Beach could hurt you posted by: admin

If you’ve learned that someone you care for has been arrested and booked at the Laguna Beach Jail it’s natural to want to get the best deal possible on bail bonds.

In California the cost to purchase bail bonds is set according to state law and that rate is 10%; there are, however, some unscrupulous companies that may offer deep discounts on premium to get your business. If you stumble across this type of bondsman you’ll want to ask yourself if you are OK doing business with someone who is so willing to break the law. Can you be sure they won’t try to shake you down for more money after the defendant is released?

Reputable Laguna Beach bail bonds agents have heard countless horror stories about unscrupulous companies that will offer a cheap rate up front but once the defendant is out of jail, they’ll return to the client demanding they pay more money or risk having the defendant thrown back in jail.

The bottom line is this: saving a few bucks on the front end of a jail bond transaction could seem like a good idea at the time but it will likely cost you far more in the long run.

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Cost To Buy Bail Bonds In Laguna Beach

December 17, 2014 Comments Off on Cost To Buy Bail Bonds In Laguna Beach posted by: admin

One of the first questions people have when it comes to Laguna Beach bail bonds relates to cost.  Bail in Orange County is often set in the tens of thousands of dollars.

The good news is that when you work with a licensed bondsman in Laguna Beach you won’t need to pay the full amount.  Your cost to purchase bail bonds will be 10 percent.

If bail is set at $20,000 you can expect to pay $2,000 to hire a local bondsman.

The process of getting someone released from the Laguna Beach Jail is a lot less complicated than many people think it is.  In most cases our office can send paperwork to your smartphone in a matter of minutes.  Once the paperwork is signed and returned to our office and payment arrangements can be made our expert bondsman can help ensure your loved one is released as quickly as possible.

For more information on how bail bonds work in Laguna Beach, or if you’d like more information on flexible and convenient bail bonds payment plans call our office today.

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Laguna Beach Bail Bonds On Your Smart Phone

October 15, 2014 Comments Off on Laguna Beach Bail Bonds On Your Smart Phone posted by: admin

One of the biggest concerns people have when a loved one is arrested involves how long it will take to get then out of jail.

When you work with a company that offers online Laguna Beach bail bonds on your smartphone or tablet, you’ll find the process is very fast.   First, you’ll need to contact a local bondsman who is experienced and knowledgeable with the local jail.

They’ll start off by asking you to provide information about the defendant, including their full name, date of birth, bail amount and the nature of the crime they have been accused of.   They will also want to know how long you’ve known each other, if they have been arrested in the past and if you’re willing to guarantee the defendant will appear in court.

From there, the bondsman will put together a custom bail bonds agreement form that can be sent directly to your smartphone or tablet.   You’ll have the ability to e-sign the paperwork for fastest service.  Once you send everything back and payment arrangements have been made an agent will be dispatched to the jail to post the bail bonds.

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