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3-D Bail Bonds, Inc, established in 1997 with a fundamental responsibility to provide honest, reliable and accurate information and the best service available to our clients as well as the law enforcement community; while realizing and contributing richly to the significant and important obligation the industry has to the judicial process for the people of Connecticut.
As part of our Resources and Jails in CT, we created a list of all places where arrested individuals can be taken depending on the time of the arrest and age. Most prisons in Connecticut will allow a bondsman to post bail 24 hours especially local police departments. Correctional centers or large jails have a set schedule and will not allow bail agents to post bail 24 hours. About juveniles and minors in jail, be aware that there is extra documentation required to bail out minors in CT. Please contact 3-D Bail Bonds for details.
Police Departments Information: Listing of all CT Police Departments by town
Correctional Centers Information: Listing of all CT Correctional Facilities
Juvenile Detention Center Information: Listing of all CT Juvenile Detention Centers
State Courthouse Information: Listing on all CT State Courthouses
RESOURCES FOR BAIL BONDSMEN IN CT
3-D Bail Bonds Inc. is proud to have had a longstanding relationship and partnership with Accredited Surety and Casualty Company, Inc. since 1998. Accredited is located in Orlando, Florida, and was founded in 1971 by Hardy M. “Hank” Snow, Jr., a former law enforcement officer who began his bail bond career in 1953. Accredited is one of the largest and most distinguished surety bail bond insurers in the country, representing many bail agents in Connecticut and thousands nationwide.
The American Bail Coalition (ABC) is dedicated to the long term growth of the surety bail industry and protecting the constitutional right to bail in the Unites States.
What they stand for:
- Protecting the constitutional right to bail in the United States of America
- Maximizing releases of defendants from jail
- Fostering public-private partnerships to deal with issues of jail crowding
- Ensuring accountability in the criminal justice system
The Professional Bail Agents of the United States (PBUS) – The National Voice of the Bail Agent
The mission of the Professional Bail Agents of the United States is to provide information, education and representation for the 15,000 bail agents nationwide. Since its founding in 1981, PBUS and its alliance with state associations have advanced the profession through legislative advocacy, professional networking, continuing education, support of bail agent certification, liability insurance and development of a code of ethics.