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Chino Police Department
13250 Central Avenue
Chino, Ca 91710
(909) 591-9873

Chino Hills Sheriff's Department
13843 Peyton Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709
(909) 364-2000

West Valley Jail
9500 Etiwanda Ave.
Rancho Cucamonga , CA - 91739
(909) 350-2476
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Chino Hills Inmate Information


(909) 548-6178


All defendants arrested by the Chino Hills Sheriff's Department are immediately transferred and and booked at the West Valley Detention Center located in Rancho Cucamonga. For visiting information you will need to the West Valley Detention Center by calling (909) 350-2476. If you need immediate assistance for a bail bond, then please contact Apollo Bail Bonds at 909-548-6178 and a licensed California Bail Agent will assist you.

Know your legal rights:

Do the police want to speak with you? Is a government employee calling to ask you questions?

  • You have the right to remain silent.
  • Call a Lawyer First! You do want to say something to incriminate yourself, implicate yourself, or simply give the investigator information about you or your family that will lead to further investigation and possible legal problems.
  • Call a local Criminal Defense Attorney in your area or ask a friend if they know an attorney who can help you with your legal questions.
  • Do not discuss the case over the phone with investigators, friends, and relatives. Call an attorney and get legal consultation!

What are the benefits of posting a bail bond within the first 24 hours of being arrested?

  • A bail bond will prevent your loved one from being intimidated by investigors while incarcerated at the jail.
  • A bail bond will prevent your loved one from being transferred to another facility.
  • A bail bond will prevent being terminated from a job while the case is adjudicated or dismissed.
  • A bail bond will give your loved one time to work and raise money to hire an attorney.
  • A bail bond will help bring your family together!

Should I leave my loved one in Jail?

  • Remember, the District Attorney has 48 court hours to file a case against your loved one while he/she is incarcerated. If a case is not filed, then the Jail must release your relative. However, this does not mean a case or warrant will not be filed or issued at a later date.
  • The jail is a rough place for anyone. It is up to you and your family if you want to risk leaving someone you care about in a facility full of violent criminals.


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