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Hartford, CT Superior Court (Serving Windsor Locks)
Geographical Area 14: (East Granby, East Windsor, Enfield, Granby, Simsbury, Suffield, Windsor, and Windsor Locks)
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Address: 95 Washington Street, Hartford 06106
Chief Clerk’s Office: 860-548-2700
Adult Probation: 860-241-2300
Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
Public Parking: Public Courthouse Parking is available on Grand Street. Metered Parking is also available on both sides of Lafayette and Washington Streets. The meters take only coins or credit cards.
Windsor Locks, CT Police Department
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Address: 4 Volunteer Drive, Windsor Locks, CT 06096 United States
Main Phone: (860) 627-1461
Chief of Police: Chief David Rosado
About: The Windsor Locks Police Department aims to provide all citizens with protection, engage the community and meet its needs.
The 6 Steps to Bail Bonds in Windsor Locks
Once an arrest is made, immediately call the Connecticut Bail Bonds Group. You will have the opportunity to speak directly with a Windsor Locks bonds agent who will walk you through the bail bonds process. They will help you better understand the procedures. They will also ask for necessary information to help the process go smoothly and efficiently.
These questions will be related to personal information, such as full and legal name, date of birth, reason for arrest and associated charges, jail location, and more. If instead of a jail, you are in a correctional facility, the inmate number will be asked for.
You will also have the opportunity to meet with your Windsor Locks bonds agent in person, with a one-on-one consultation meeting. This meeting is to ensure that you completely understand the steps and procedures.
Your Windsor Locks bail agent will inform you on potential payment methods, the local court system and related laws, as well as answer any additional questions you have.
If necessary at this time, collateral—such as jewelry, car, or home—may be collected. Collateral is to guarantee the bail bond is paid off in the end.
Once the necessary information is collected, our Windsor Locks agents go directly to work. They visit the jail location in person and fill out the applied paperwork.
With accurate information, the paperwork process can take around 30 to 40 minutes. With the paperwork signed and completed, the arrested individual will be given their release papers. They are then free to return home.
After the release papers are given, a court date will be decided upon. The arrested individual is expected to show up for the court date on time on the scheduled date.
It is crucial to be prompt and present. If the individual does not show up, a Windsor Locks bonds agent will be sent to locate them. This often results in their return to jail.