At Tayler Made Bail Bonding LLC, we understand that bad things happen. That's why you can turn to our bondsmen for polite, judgment-free services that ease the stress of your situation. Regardless of what bond issue you or your family member is facing, we can help with prompt, professional service!
The Historic Jefferson County Sheriff's Office was founded in November 1859 in the midst of a burgeoning pioneering industry. Today the office serves over 550,000 residents of Jefferson County. The office is responsible for patrolling 190,000 individuals in the unincorporated areas of the 773 square mile county. As chief law enforcement officer of the county, Sheriff Jeff Shrader oversees a full-service sheriff's office in Colorado with over 500 state-certified deputies and almost 300 professional staff. Additionally, about 300 volunteers support Sheriff's operations.
Designed to ensure an individual's appearance in court, a bail bond is set according to a court-approved schedule. The bond must be paid by the individualor bail bond agency to release an individual from jail.To determine an inmate's bond type and amount, call 303-271-5444 or visit the Inmate Lookup page.
Arapahoe County had the privilege of being the first Colorado's First county, as it's formation predates the Pikes Peak Gold Rush. Consequently, in 1858, it was the first place to in the state to establish a law enforcement office. Sheriff David C. Walcher heads the office today, in charge of over 700 members of the organization.
The Arapahoe County Detention Facility charges a $10 bond fee, non-refundable and payable in cash only, for each bond. Other, municipal and county bond fees may also apply. There is a $30 booking fee charged each time an individual is sent to jail, typically paid at the time of bonding.
Bonds can be posted at the Arapahoe County Detention Facility 24 hours a day. The Facility does accept certified bank checks and money orders for bond payments.
Denver County's Sheriff Department is the largest Sheriff Department in the state of Colorado, comprised of over 800 uniformed and non-uniformed staff members. The operations covered by this organization are diverse and include two separate jails, security for the District and County court systems, extradition duties, state inmate transportation, fugitive and K-9 units, a community corrections and work release facility, and security at Denver Health & Medical Center.
There is a $50 Bond Fee (non-refundable) that must be paid at the time an “appearance bond” is posted.
Bond cannot be posted for someone until their fingerprints have been cleared through the Denver Police Department, and they have been entirely booked into jail.
Individuals who are not in jail, but do have an active Denver County Court warrant for their arrest may be eligible for a ‘walk-through’ bond.
Contact the Bonding Office to check your eligibility for a walk-through bond 720-337-0062