Polk County Bail Bonds

Polk Bail Bonds

Lakeland is the largest city in Polk County, Florida, followed by Winter Haven as the second. In 2017, the census recorded 661,645 residents living in the area. Both cities are well known for fresh water fishing. Winter Haven offers anglers fifty lakes for boating and fishing while Lakeland has just thirty-eight. However, Winter Haven is also home to Legoland, one of the state’s most visited amusement parks.

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Polk County Florida Arrests

According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, there were 661,645 people residing in Polk County in 2017 with a total of 31,404 arrests.  This was a 2.3% increase in the arrests made from the previous year. However, violent crimes decreased by 13.9%.

Historical archives suggest violence was recorded in the area now known as Polk County as far back as the 1500s, beginning with tension between the European explorers and native Indians. After, problems also evolved in the late 1950s during the civil rights movement between the whites and African Americans.

What Happens When Someone is Arrested?

After an arrest, the person charged with a crime is taken to jail and fingerprinted. Next, mugshots are taken and then he or she is asked to make a statement. A bail amount is set by the courts allowing the defendant to be released while awaiting their court hearing. Then again, not all crimes are allowed bail. The bondsman will help to get the inmate released with a small percentage of the bail amount, which is called the ‘bail premium’.

What is a Bail Premium?

A bail premium is the amount paid to a bail bond agent for the release of an inmate and is typically 10% of the full bail amount for state bonds and 15% for federal bail bonds. The bail premium is non-refundable.

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What is an indemnitor on a Bail Bond?

An indemnitor is someone who will post bail on behalf of the defendant. Any legal adult with proper identification is allowed to bail someone out of jail.

How Long After Posting Bail is Inmate Released?

If the indemnitor contacts a bail bondsman immediately following the arrest, the bond paperwork will be processed quickly and the person arrested can usually be released within six to twelve hours after fingerprinting and mugshots are taken.

Did You Know You Can Post Bail Online?

Bail Bonds Now makes it easy to bail someone out of jail in Lakeland or the surrounding areas. All of the paperwork can be completed online with your smartphone, a laptop, notepad or desktop computer. It’s quick, easy and discreet.

Visit our Forms page to start the process right now, or you can call or text a bail bond agent at (813)-800-9999. Every one of our agents are licensed, experienced and extremely reliable. All of our offices are open 24/7. We are standing by now and ready to serve you. Free warrant searches are also available between 9am and 5pm.


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 Directions to Polk County Jail

1101 US-98, Frostproof, Florida 33843


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