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.

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