Are you seeking to bail a friend or loved one out of jail in Newport Beach? Our informational website provides facts about the Newport Beach Police Department and jail, as well as how the bail bond process can work for you. Our company posts bail bonds in Newport Beach, Orange County and all of California.

Being arrested really isn’t fun – but after someone is arrested and actually put in a jail cell, the situation grows more stressful. Thankfully, a good bail bondsman who knows what he’s doing, can help facilitate a speedy jail release.  Greg Rynerson Bail Bondsmen are trained to  help you, right from the start of the bail bond process all the way through to the arrestee’s court date.

We even offer several different payment plans that will make your bail bond affordable.

Please call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds 24/7, and let us help you post a bond.  Call: 888-224-5266 or (888) BAIL BOND.


Newport Beach is a city in Orange County that is populated by around 86,000 residents. It is considered to be one of the wealthiest communities in the United States.  Orange County also happens to be the smallest county in Southern California, but it has many well equipped and staffed police stations, of which the Newport Beach Police Department is one.

The Newport Beach Police have an on site jail, so both men and women who are arrested in this city can be held at this station up to 96 hours.  The police book and process arrestees here, as well, by taking their fingerprints, photos, DNA samples and personal information.

Bail can be posted at the NBPD 24/7, but the jail is small — with only 23 beds — so if it is overcrowded or an arrestee is not bailed out soon, they will be transported to the Orange County Main Jail in Santa Ana.

The jails of Orange County are run by the Sheriff’s Department, which has been contracted by Newport Beach and other OC cities to do so.  At the Main Jail, inmates are categorized and placed in other county detention centers based on several factors, like gender, the nature of their offense, medical needs and more.

Arrestees who are transported to the Orange County jail consist mainly of “pre-trial” defendants. As such, most of them are also eligible for bail. The OCJ is the largest jail in the county so it can take up to eight hours to secure an arrestee’s release. Fortunately, the jailers will often let a bondsman post a bond, even if the arrestee has not been fully booked or processed into their computer system.

Still, since it takes such a long time to be released from OCJ, it’s vital that you engage a bondsman who can help you process that bail bond a.s.a.p.


870 Santa Barbara Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 644-3717

Front Desk Hours: 8:00AM-6:00PM

The Newport Beach Police Department is open 24/7.


If you are looking for information concerning someone who was arrested by the Newport Beach Police Department, and/or who may be in an Orange County Jail, please visit: Who’s In Jail.  


At Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, we understand how important it is to get your friend or loved one out of jail and safely back home. We offer easy phone approvals and we can even arrange bail by fax and email. We also have bondsmen that can come to you, 24/7.

If you are like many of our clients, this time is not only stressful emotionally, it can be difficult financially. But we have several payment and financing options.  We accept all major credit cards and cash.  (In most cases, you won’t need collateral).

Arrestees are generally held in the Newport Beach Police Department Jail up to 96 hours.  After that time, they will be transferred to the Orange County Central Jail, where the release time is much longer.

We have bondsmen who are local to the Newport Beach area and who can get an arrestee out of that jail fast.

We also post bonds throughout the entire state of California.  Need more information? Call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, anytime, at 888-224-5266 or (888) BAIL BOND. 


Updated: 06/22/2014


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