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PCS Bail Bonds

home 111 E Rosedale St, Fort Worth, TX 76104, USA
phone (817) 335-1655

Reviewed from Google

4.8 out of 5 stars

Barbara Sullivan-Young
Barbara Sullivan-Young

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Thank you Ms.Tina! You have help me in a big way thank you for walking through the process! I had talk to many bail bond!s company! But you stood out from the rest! Ms.Tina you are the best! You rock! Give her a raise!

Melinda Gardner
Melinda Gardner

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

I called being a scared mom of a son being stupid not knowing what to do about my kid being locked up... A woman named Tina helped me more than she knows.. Was patient..answered every answer I had.. Called several times..never once did I feel like I was bothering nor did I feel like they just wanted my money.. I hope I never have to use one again but if I do.. I will definitely come here..sounds crazy to say but customer service is very rare these days especially GOOD customer service.. Over the top here.. Again Tina... Thank you.. You were fantastic!!!!!!

Selina Beltran
Selina Beltran

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

They are prompt. Tina helped me out so much and she was very friendly! Great customer service.

TARRANT COUNTY Address

Tarrant County Jail
300 WEST BELKNAP STREET
FORT WORTH, TX
76102

TARRANT COUNTY Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 3400
Inmate Capacity: 384
Year Constructed: 1987
Full-Time Staff: 908
Total Staff Salaries: $30,000,000

Phone:(817) 884-1187

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 at 9:21am
TCSO seeking info from the public for dangerous person at large, Tony Vincent Novello. https://t.co/2NwZyNKVmR tarrantcountyso photo
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Wednesday, October 5th, 2016 at 6:58am
Congratulations to these employees who are now cadets and earned a seat at the upcoming Basic Peace Officer Academy from TCSO. 👏🏼👮🏻👏🏼👮🏻‍♀️👏🏼 https://t.co/GcpSfQoXTB tarrantcountyso photo
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Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 at 11:46pm
Congratulations to Deputy Kelly Biggs on receiving the Outstanding Crime Prevention Specialist Award. https://t.co/u6OMoWkBoj tarrantcountyso photo
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Tarrant County Sheriff's Office shared Bill Waybourn for Sheriff's live video.Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 3:31pm
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Tarrant County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 1:13pm
Officer Reza, of the TCSO Detention Bureau, was recognized this morning as he was officially promoted to the rank of Corporal. Command Staff gathered to support and encourage him in his new role. We are proud of you Corporal Reza - may you continue to lead by example!
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Tarrant County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 9:43am
Stop the press!! Don't miss out...tomorrow we will be LIVE! Facebook live that is! Join the TCSO and Sheriff Waybourn tomorrow at 3pm to talk about immigration and sanctuary cities.

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Tarrant County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 11:30am
Officer Parish, along with her husband (and fellow Officer), attended a special lunch today with Sheriff Waybourn and Executive Chief Deputy Banasco at the Cheesecake Factory. Officer Parish's name was drawn for the opportunity during National Correctional and Employee Week.
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Tarrant County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 1:25am
Last week Ben Christy lead Command Staff in a two day training session focussing on strategic planning, team building, and reinforcing core objectives. The course was refreshing, encouraging, and motivating. We're eager and ready to tackle this week - Happy Monday!
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Tarrant County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, May 20th, 2017 at 1:58pm
Deputy John Ross retired today with over 30 years of faithful service to the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office. While that is impressive in its own right, John’s history of service prior to TCSO is equally remarkable. John served with the United States Air Force Security Police for 22 years. The Air Force sent him on journeys all over the world, including Vietnam. Eventually he was stationed at Carswell Air Force Base in 1979 as a Technical Sergeant. His nature was hands-on and over time he mentored many young SP’s. He helped refine their skill, coached them to do better, fight stronger, and he somehow managed to be frank but still encouraging. Many young men were raised up in those days. They grew from Airmen to young NCO’s navigating the challenges of leadership. As chance would have it, or perhaps it was fate, one of those young men happened to be me.

I knew him, in those days, as Master Sergeant Ross. To say he had a tremendous impact on me is an understatement. He was easy to approach, constantly placed others before himself, and always – and I do mean ALWAYS – ensured that the mission was accomplished. When issues arose, he never held it against someone. Instead, he kindly directed them and encouraged them to get back in the fight – to press forward.

I was grateful to have a few priceless moments to visit him today. I couldn’t help but think of all he has done. He is a mighty American Patriot, a Combat Veteran, a tenured Deputy, a father, a husband, and a great servant of 52 combined years. His keys to success stemmed from humility, faith in his people, and his incredible ability to lift up his peers.

Today, I saluted the old Sergeant once more, before he rode off into the sunset to conquer his next chapter in life. He humbly passed the torch, leaving us to continue to fight the good fight. And as our visit concluded, he leaned in to give me one more piece of leadership advice and to encourage me on my journey. As I left to resume my duties, his words resonated with me. Even though I recognize that I’m the Sheriff, today I waved good bye and farewell to my leader – to my Master Sergeant. God Speed good Sergeant – and may the wind be at your back!

At Your Service,
Bill E Waybourn