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Aladdin Bail Bonds

home 225 W Winton Ave Ste. 101, Hayward, CA 94544, USA
phone (510) 887-2245

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4 out of 5 stars

Miss Domo
Miss Domo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

I called for information and Shantel was amazing! She provided great customer service during a time when I really needed it! Thanks again Shantel!!

janice aragon
janice aragon

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Came here to help out a Dear Friend and was treated GREAT, and the whole process was very nice! Great customer service too! 😊

Jeremy Hicks
Jeremy Hicks

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

they bailed my son out quickly, they were friendly, and i thought they understood my financial situation. but when they double charged my credit card and also deducted my first payment without my knowledge, they put me in a bad place. Payments were scheduled to begin 1/30 and they went ahead and took out the first payment immediately, and also had another one scheduled for the end of this month. BAD BUSINESS! VERY DECITEFUL AND A STRAIGHT UP CON-MAN!! I have checks bouncing and it looks like the kids will be w/o christmas this year!


Alameda County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 3701
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: 1989
Full-Time Staff: 777
Total Staff Salaries: $82,600,000

Phone:(510) 272-6878

Alameda County, CA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 510
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 6
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 13
Robbery 177
Aggravated Assault 314
Property Crime 2,077
Burglary 463
Larceny-theft 985
Motor Vehicle Theft 629
Arson 11
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Alameda County Sheriff's Office

********* IMPORTANT NUMBERS ********** Emergency: 911 Non-Emergency: 510-667-7721 Confidential Tip Line: 510-667-3622 Abandoned Vehichle Hotline: 510-667-7869 *************************************** DO NOT USE THIS FACEBOOK PAGE TO REPORT ANY CRIMES OR EMERGENCIES. IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 911. The Sheriff of Alameda County is responsible for a vast array of tasks and duties, including the following: - Providing patrol and investigative services to the unincorporated areas of Alameda County - Operating a County Jail (Santa Rita and Glenn E. Dyer) - Providing security to the Consolidated Superior Courts - Operating the Coroner's Bureau - Operating a full service criminalistics laboratory - Performing Civil Process - Operating the County Office of Emergency Services - Pursuant to contractual agreements, providing patrol and investigative services to the City of Dublin, Peralta Community College District, Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum complex, Oakland International Airport, Highland County Hospital, Social Services, and to the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District - Conducting a basic academy pursuant to Police Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) requirements. - The academy is available to Sheriff's recruits, as well as to other law enforcement agency recruits upon agreement with the Sheriff's Regional Training Center. The Regional Training Center also offers an extensive curriculum to law enforcement professionals. - Providing Fish and Game enforcement - Project Director of the Narcotics Task Force - Serving as the Executive Director of the Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement (SAFE) Task Force - Operating a Marine Patrol Unit in the San Francisco Bay waters.
Alameda County Sheriff's Office
Alameda County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 25th, 2018 at 11:03am
Alameda County Sheriff's Office
Alameda County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 25th, 2018 at 2:21am

24 YEARS have passed since 14 year old Jennifer Lin was murdered in her Castro Valley home. For the past three decades we have worked her case continuously. With advancements in forensic and investigative technology we believe we will eventually solve Jenny’s murder. We still believe there is someone out there who has information that can help us. The Lin family and ACSO will not rest until we have justice for Jenny. Our thought and prayers are with the Lin family, Jenny’s friends and our Castro Valley Community.

Alameda County Sheriff's Office
Alameda County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, May 24th, 2018 at 4:06am
PRESS RELEASE: Accidental K9 Bite

On May 21, 2018, about 2:15 am, an ACSO K9 Deputy conducted a vehicles enforcement stop of a drunk driver at Second Street and B Street in Hayward. The driver of the vehicle was detained while the K9 Deputy searched his vehicle.

The K9 Deputy was wearing an agency approved outer carrier vest with his K9 “Door Pop” remote control attached. When the Deputy bent over at the waist, his magazine pouch inadvertently hit the button and opened the rear K9 compartment.

The K9 Door Pop feature is used for officer safety in K9 vehicles throughout the country. It allows the K9 Officer to get assistance from their K9 partner, by pushing the button and opening the rear compartment. This system is used when a K9 Officer is in a struggle with a suspect. It also allows us to get the dog out of the vehicle if it is struck by another car or goes on fire. The K9 is trained to apprehend the suspect once the door is popped open. In this incident the dog did exactly what it was supposed to do.

Unfortunately, this was a preventable accident due to poor positioning of the door pop mechanism. The remote on this particular deputy’s vest has been repositioned to a location where this can not occur again. We are also advising our other K9 handlers of this incident and have taken steps to make sure this does not occur again.

The DUI suspect in this incident received 4 puncture marks and a small laceration from the bite. The injury required two sutures. He was treated at a local hospital and later released from custody. We advised him the incident was an unfortunate accident and he understood it was not intentional.

The incident was captured on body worn camera and shows this was an accident and not an intentional use of force. An internal review will be conducted.

We have attached a picture of the remote control and the magazine from the deputy’s vest to show how this happened. There are people who think this incident was done intentionally. That could not be further from the truth. We were very apologetic and sympathetic to the man that was accidentally bitten.
Alameda County Sheriff's Office
Alameda County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, May 22nd, 2018 at 3:04pm
Alameda County Sheriff's Office
Alameda County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, May 16th, 2018 at 7:12am
On May 8th and 9th the Inmate Services Unit held graduation ceremonies for 116 students that have completed one or more of the Adult Secondary Education, or Career and Technical Education courses offered while incarcerated. The catalogue of courses include: Anger Management, Baking, Computer Coding, Computers, Employment Readiness, Food Handler Certification, High School Diploma, High School Equivalency, Parenting Inside Out, Restorative Justice, Roots of Success, Serve Safe, and Substance Abuse. Following each ceremony, the students received a special meal, and the high school graduates were given the opportunity to take photographs in their cap and gown. Completion of these programs is voluntary, and requires a commitment by each student.

We appreciate the family members that were able to support their family members by attending the ceremonies. We are proud that these students have taken the steps to improve their future by completing these courses.