Bail Bonds Rappahannock Regional Jail

Bail Bonds Rappahannock Jail are available 7 days a week!

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Our bail bondsman serves the Rappahannock Regional Jail in Stafford, VA

The Rappahannock Regional Jail serves Stafford County, Spotsylvania County, King George County, and the City of Fredericksburg. It is the oldest, largest, and some say, the most successful regional government agency in the Fredericksburg area. It was founded in 1968 and for years has provided for the public safety in a humane and cost effective manner.

For bail bonds Rappahannock Regional or a Stafford, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania bondsman that is always fast and always professional, call our Northern VA office at (703) 798-8510.


1745 Jefferson Davis Highway
Stafford, Virginia 22555-3300
(540) 288-5245

For specific contact information for the Rappahannock Regional Jail including all phone and extension numbers, visit:

Here are just a few of the numbers and extensions:

Dial (540) 288-5245 then, enter the appropriate extension below:

Department Extension
Inmate Property 515
Inmate Accounts 207
Medical 518
Inmate Visitation 400
Intake 505
Mailroom 206
Security/Confinement 285
Pretrial Information (540) 288-5275

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For bail bondsman at Rappahannock Jail and anywhere else in Northern VA call Kwik and EZ Bail Bonds at (703) 798-8510.

…The Intake Department of the Inmate Processing Division of the jail is responsible for the booking and release process of all persons committed or transferred to this facility. They are responsible for serving all warrants, subpoenas and legal paperwork on currently incarcerated inmates as well as fingerprinting inmates… The Intake Department [also] identifies suspected illegal aliens and forwards information to the Immigration and Custom Enforcement for investigation and possible deportation.

…The Intake Department schedules bail bond hearings for inmates served with new warrants. The Intake Department processes inmates for scheduled releases, inmates bonding and or transferred to other facilities. …

The Inmate Records Department of the Inmate Processing Division is responsible for the development and maintenance of the inmate jail record. The Inmate Records staff are responsible for assuring that information regarding charges, bonds, court dates etc are entered into the Jail’s Management System. The Records staff are responsible for setting up and managing Video Arraignments of inmates scheduled to attend. The Inmate Records staff compute release dates for inmates sentenced up to 12 months. …

The Property Department of the Inmate Processing Division is responsible for the changeover and issuance of jail clothing and linens to each inmate housed at the jail. They enter the inmate’s personal property in the jail management system and place the property in inmate number assigned property bags. The Property staff are responsible for approved court exchanges and inmate requested release of personal property. The Property Staff are responsible for releasing the inmate’s personal property upon their scheduled release.

Questions or concerns involving the Inmate Processing Division may be directed to Captain Diane Wilson at or by calling 540-288-5281

Bail Bonds Loudoun County Jail Bondsman Leesburg

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Our Loudon County bondsman will meet you here for fast, courteous release of your friend or family member.

Bail Bonds Loudoun County – Leesburg Bondsman

Need a bail bondsman for the Loudoun County Jail? More formally called the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center, but even sometimes just the Leesburg Jail?

Our bondsman is an expert at bail bonds Loudoun County and works 24/7. So simply call us at (703) 798-8510 before you head over here. We will get everything set up so that the bail bond process goes as quickly and easily as possible.

Call us first, then meet us at the Loudoun Jail:

42035 Loudoun Center Pl
Leesburg, VA 20175

We also do bail bonds from our Leesburg bondsman office:

Kwik and EZ Bail Bonds in Leesburg
102 North St NE
Leesburg, VA 20176
(703) 798-8510

The Loudoun County Adult Detention Center is “open” 24-hours-a-day and our bail bondsman works 24/7 also.

For bail bonds Loudoun County Jail and a Loudoun bondsman that is always fast and always professional, call our Northern VA office at (703) 798-8510.

More about the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center:

… located near the Leesburg airport. The Adult Detention Center opened for business on June 16, 2007. The Adult Detention Center, administrative offices, the Loudoun County Magistrate’s Office, and the jail are all located within the same compound. The center uses both the direct and podular remote methods of inmate supervision.

The Loudoun Adult Detention Center houses maximum, medium, and minimum security level inmates. Some inmates may find themselves housed at the facility for up to three years before being delivered to the State Department of Corrections.

Often inmates will receive a stay of delivery to the Department of Corrections because of appeals. Local inmates receiving 12 months or less will serve their sentence at the Loudoun Adult Detention Center.

Call us now for 24/7 bail bonding service (703) 798-8510.


Bail Bonds Fairfax County Jail

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Our Fairfax bondsman will meet you here and have your friend/family out in no time!

For bail bonds Fairfax VA and a Fairfax County Jail bondsman that is always fast and always professional, call our Northern VA office at (703) 798-8510.

Other names for the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center are:

  • Fairfax Adult Detention Center
  • Fairfax Jail
  • Fairfax County Jail
  • Fairfax County Detention Center

Contact information for the  jail:

  • 10520 Judicial Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22030.
  • Public parking garage is at:
    10550 Page Avenue.
  • Jail phone number:

Bail Bonds Fairfax, VA:  Call for 24/7 Emergency bail bonding service…(703) 798-8510

We will answer any questions you may have and then our courteous bondsman will meet you at there!

A Little History

Way back in the Colonial period, in 1802, when the Fairfax jail was originally built, people were convicted for some very different crimes such as Sabbath breaking, drunkenness, adultery and public swearing.

The first courthouse moved from an area where Tyson’s Corner now stands to Alexandria Old Town on Market Square. Neither structure stands today, but the third courthouse, which was built in 1800, is at the corner of Main Street and Chain Bridge Road, in the City of Fairfax. It is next door to the old jail that was originally built in 1802, burned down in 1884, and was rebuilt and renovated in the early 20th century. It now houses administrative staff for the Sheriff’s Office.

The Adult Detention Center is unique in the nation because it provides four types of jail housing: linear, podular remote, and direct supervision. Both male and female sheriff’s deputies manage the inmate population, which averages about 1,300 daily. Most of a 750-bed expansion opened in the fall of 2000. —Fairfax County Jail Then and Now

Inmates , if not bonded out by a Fairfax bail bonds bondsman, are waiting for trial and sentencing, are already convicted and serving a sentence, or they are awaiting transfer to a state facility. Fairfax offenders are usually sentenced to 12 months or less. The VA law states that inmates sentenced to a year or more will go to a state prison.

For Fairfax County Adult Detention Center Inmate information (and/or for any other jail in Virginia) search here:

Fairfax Jail – “In the News”

No Charges Filed Following Police Probe Of Taser Death In Fairfax County Jail

The Fairfax County Police completed an investigation into the death of a mentally ill inmate who died … after being hit several times with…

Call us now, 24/7 at (703) 798-8510.


Bail Bonds Hampton Roads Regional Bondsman

bail bonds hampton roads regional jailIf you need fast and professional bail bonds Hampton Roads Regional Jail, call Kwik and EZ Bail Bonds Portsmouth / Hampton Roads office at (757) 745-9451.

Need to know how to find the jail? Here’s the address, phone number and driving directions:

  • Hampton Roads Regional Jail
    2690 Elmhurst Lane
    Portsmouth, VA  23701

If you call us first, our bondsman will make your waiting time at the jail as short as possible.  We will set everything up for you, then meet you right there, post the bond (also right there at the magistrates office), and let you go home with your friend or family member ASAP!

Bail Bonds Hampton Roads, VA:  Call for 24/7 Emergency bail bonding service…(757) 745-9451

Kwik and EZ Bail Bonds for a Bondsman for Hampton Roads Regional, Portsmouth and the whole Tidewater area, call our Portsmouth Location:

Kwik and EZ Bail Bonds
501 Stratford Street
Portsmouth, VA 23701
(757) 745-9451

More about the Hampton Roads Regional Jail

First, you may want to verify whether or not someone is there. The jail has useful Inmate Search Tool here.

A little history of Hampton Roads Regional:

Established in 1998, the Hampton Roads Regional Jail proudly serves the cities of Chesapeake, Hampton, Portsmouth, Newport News and Norfolk, Virginia by operating the facility in accordance with the collective best interests of the five participating jurisdictions.  The facility is operated under the direction of the Hampton Roads Regional Jail Authority which is comprised of the sheriffs, city managers and city counsel members all representing their perspcetive jurisdictions.

The primary function of the facility is to house both male and female inmates from the five participating jurisdictions including: pretrial, sentenced and inmates requiring special management. —

Latest news:

Mental health program changes coming to Hampton Roads Regional Jail

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – The Hampton Roads Regional Jail in Portsmouth is making changes to its medical contract, including mental health staffing.

Norfolk City Councilman Andy Protogyrou sits on the board, which includes council members, sheriffs, and representatives from each jurisdiction.

“You’re talking about a facility that at many times 50% of the people that are there are on some type of psychiatric medication,” he said.

Bail Bonds Manassas Prince William County Jail

Kwik and EZ Bail Bonds bondsman posts bail bonds Manassas and  for Prince William County

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Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center

including the towns and cities of

  • Occoquan
  • Quantico
  • Triangle
  • Dumfries
  • Haymarket
  • Manassas, and
  • Manassas Park

Call 571-358-8517 for  fast and professional bail bonds Manassas or bail bonds Prince William County

We service the Manassas Jail from our Manassas address:

Kwik and EZ Bail Bonds
9307 Center St
Manassas, VA 20110
(571) 358-8517

The Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center

is variously called the Prince William Adult Detention Center, the Manassas Jail, the Prince William County Jail opened doors for operations in April, 1982, with the opening of the Main Facility. This new regional jail facility replaced a County jail. The Modular Building was added in April, 1990. The Iron Building, which houses the Work Release and Electronic Incarceration Program, has been in operation since June, 1989. The Central Facility became operational on December, 2008. The capacity of the jail is 667.

Together these four buildings make up the facilities of the Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center, which is currently managed by Superintendent Colonel Pete Meletis.

The Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center is located approximately 35 miles southwest of Washington, DC.

The Regional Adult Detention Center serves:

Prince William County, including the towns of Occoquan, Quantico, Triangle, Dumfries, and Haymarket. The jail also serves the independent cities of Manassas, and Manassas Park.

Prince William County also participates independently in the Peumansend Creek Regional Jail in Bowling Green, Virginia. The operational capacity of that facility is 336. Prince William County has 75 spaces allocated for its inmates who may be housed at Peumansend Creek.  See also:

To learn more about a specific person being held at the Manassas Jail, you can simply call us at 571-358-8517

Inmate Records

Inmate Records is responsible for maintaining inmate information including charges, Court status, Court dates, and bail bond information, as well as calculating the release dates for inmates sentenced by Courts in Prince William County.

If the inmate is sentenced to a term of confinement from one day to 12 months the Detention Center will calculate the release date. Any inmate sentenced to a one year term or longer will likely be transferred to the state Department of Corrections. The state will determine the release date for these inmates. The Department of Corrections is also responsible for parole eligibility dates for all inmates who are sentenced and convicted.

We are happy to get the following information for you on inmates incarcerated at the Manassas Jail or Prince William County Adult Detention Center:

    • The current Court status of the person confined
    • The current criminal charges
    • The bond – if one exists
    • The next scheduled Court date
    • The release date – if the inmate has been sentenced

The Adult Detention Center can only verify information on inmates currently incarcerated. We are unable to release or confirm any information on persons who are no longer incarcerated or those being transported to or from the Adult Detention Center. Please note that information on juvenile inmates will not be released.

For Bail Bonds Manassas Jail, call us now, 24/7 at 571-358-8517.