Bail Bonds In Agoura Hills: Lost Hills Sheriff Station

Anyone arrested by the Lost Hills Sheriff Sheriff’s Department will be detained and taken to the local city jail located inside the Lost Hills Sheriff Station in Agoura Hills, CA. The Sheriff’s Station is open 24 hours a day to take bail bonds and release individuals from their custody.

Booking and Bail in Agoura Hills

Once an arrestee arrives at the jail, the booking process begins. The officer hands off the arrest information to the jailer who then proceeds to gather the arrestee’s personal information. The jailer collects the person’s name, address, phone number and other pertinent and identifiable information. Once the basic information about the arrestee is obtained, the jailer will then get a copy of the person’s finger prints via a live scan maching. The finger prints are then sent to the Department of Justice to ensure that the arrestee does not have any warrants, holds, or other reasons to prevent them from bailing out of custody. The arrestee will then have their picture taken (also know as a mug shot) and complete a mental and heath evaluation to ensure they have no medicals needs that the jail cannot handle. The Lost Hills Sheriff Station does not have a nurse on staff and is not able to administer medical aid. If an arrestee needs to take medication, they will be transferred to either the Van Nuys Community Police Station in Van Nuys or to one of the Los Angeles County Jails. Women are taken to the female facility called Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood and men will be taken to the Men’s Central Jail (Twin Towers) in downtown Los Angeles. Once the finger prints have been “cleared” by the Department of Justice, the arrestee will then be eligible for bail. At this point, the jailer will accept a bail bond and release the individual into the lobby of the station. Releases typically take 5-15 minutes.

Our Process

The fastest and easiest way to get anyone out of jail is to meet one of our licensed bail bondsmen’s in the lobby of the Lost Hills Sheriff Station. We can handle all the paper work right in the lobby of the station. We also provide electronic release by completing the process over the phone, fax, and email. The entire process take about 15 minutes to complete the bail bond paper work. Once the person is cleared to bail and the paper work is completed, we contact the jailer to come up to the lobby to take the bail bond. The jailer reviews the bond and releases the individual shortly there after. It’s the simple.

What We Need

  • Name of defendant
  • Housing location (we can find them if you don’t know)
  • Charges (if you know them)

Yep, that’s all we need to get things started!

Lost Hills Sheriff Patrol Areas

The Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department patrols and serves the following cities and unincorporated areas in Los Angeles County:

  • Agoura Hills
  • Calabasas
  • Chatsworth
  • Chatsworth Reservoir
  • Granada Hills
  • Hidden Hills
  • Malibu
  • Pacific Palisades
  • Porter Ranch
  • Topanga
  • Unincorporated Santa Monica Mountains
  • West Hills
  • Westlake Village
  • Woodland Hills

The Lost Hills Jail may transfer an arrestee for various reasons to the Van Nuys Police Station jail.

Give us a call anytime, day or night, and we will walk you through the process. Call Now: (818) 309-4060

Lost Hills Sheriff Department
27050 Agoura Road
Agoura, CA 91301-5336
Phone: (818) 878-1808

More About Agoura Hills, CA

Agoura Hills is located in Los Angeles County and rests about 30 miles away from downtown Los Angeles. The historic El Camino Real, a road connecting Loreto, Mexico to Sonoma, California, helping to connect Spanish missions in California, run through the heart of what is now Agoura Hills. During the 1920′s the city was often called Picture City because paramount Pictures owned a ranch in the area they would use to film Westerns, one of the most popular genres at the time. The city itself was named in 1927 when town’s people needed to choose a one word name for their post office, taking the last name of Pierre Agoure, a French immigrant who had settled here in 1871. Agoure was a sheep herder and had a reputation as a swashbuckler. The townspeople opted to take his name for the post office because it was the shortest proposed, but ended up using a misspelled version. It would no not be until 1982 however, that the town would officially receive cityhood. That year Agoura would become the 83rd city in Los Angeles County by a 68% majority. Agoura is known also for its live music scene, giving rise to such bands as Hoobatank, Incubus, Linkin Park and Fort Minor. The Canyon Club, a well known and highly regarded concert hall in Agoura, is host to many acts such as Peter Frampton and REO Speedwagon. As for geographical sites, the city is host to many mountains including Negrohead Mountain, named for John Ballard and Ladyface Mountain, which in 1900 was a popular stage stop for travelers due to the natural springs located at the foothills of the mountain. Not only is the city host to beautiful geographic sites, but also some notable people as well. Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and Erin Brochavich are known to call the city their home.