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You can call or contact the county resources that you find. If you have any questions you can contact Esther Green Bail Bonds, we’ll do our best to help you get what you need.
The first Sheriff of San Mateo County took office in 1856 when the County was incorporated from parts of San Francisco and Santa Cruz Counties. As the chief law enforcement officer, the Sheriff is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and reviewing the activities and operations of the Sheriff’s Office, including adult correctional facilities, rehabilitation, and re-entry services for offenders; public safety and emergency services; forensic laboratory services and specialized programs, such as narcotics, search and rescue, and bomb detection and disposal.
The Sheriff and his Office coordinate assigned activities with other County departments and outside agencies, as well, and provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the County Manager and Board of Supervisors. Along with Ester Green Bail Bonds we will continue to provide quality service. The county resource page is up dated frequently but the third party sites may change at any time.
The San Mateo County Superior Court is to: accomplish the mission of four paramount values representing the core of what we stand for as an organization: Independence, Integrity, Fairness, Quality Service. We stand by it! We invite you to view our sites. There is plenty of county resources to help you find what you’re looking for. If you can not find the county resources that you’re looking for give any of the Numbers a call and someone will be glad to help you.
The Private Defender Program (PDP) is appointed by the San Mateo County Superior Court to represent all persons financially eligible for the appointment of counsel at public expense, including but not limited to: persons accused of all felonies and misdemeanors, juveniles in delinquency cases, juveniles and parents in dependency cases, and cases brought pursuant to the provisions of the Lanterman-Petris-Short Act. The Association employs a Chief Defender, an Assistant Chief Defender, a Managing Attorney for Juvenile Operations and Adult Operations, a Chief Investigator and a support staff. County resources.
The Program has established itself as teh preeminent private indigent defense organization in the Country. In August 2012, in Chicago Illinois, the Private Defender Program and the San Mateo County Bar Association were greatly honored to receive the Harrison Tweed award. Cited for its pervasive excellence over the past 43 years, the San Mateo County Bar Association accepted this coveted award presented by the Standing Committee Legal Aid and Indigent Defendants of the American Bar Association and the National Legal Aid and Defender Association.
The mission of the District Attorney’s Office is the prosecution of adult and juvenile offenders, to provide services to victims of crime, enforcement of consumer and environmental laws, provision of legal and investigative support to other law enforcement agencies, and dissemination of public information about law enforcement. The county resources for the district attorney’s office changes frequently and we encourage you to check the site at least once a month if you have a pending case. If you know someone in jail who needs bail call Esther Green Bail Bonds today. (650) 365-0375
The Health System’s Behavioral Health and Recovery Services offers a broad range of services for the prevention and treatment of drug and alcohol disorders. We administer substance use prevention and treatment funds from federal, state and local sources and provide substance use consultation, assessment, linkages, and referrals to a network of contracted community-based substance use treatment providers throughout the County.
To access mental health or alcohol and other drug services for you or someone in your family who may be experiencing serious mental illness or a substance use disorder, call the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) ACCESS Call Center for an assessment, information and referral based on individual needs. County Resources page is her for you.