Jail / Bond Information
Helping Someone Get Released From Jail
We understand that having a friend or a family member in jail can be a frustrating experience that requires your time, money, and patience. When you are trying to get someone released from jail you may post bond and obtain release forms from the Cleveland City Police Department located at 105 W Caddo St. They can provide you with information to help with getting a person released from jail.
Reasons for Being Held in Jail
There are four basic reasons for a person to be held in jail. They are:
- Unable to post a cash bond on a pending City traffic offense
- Failure to pay (FTP) for a court fine after a court appearance
- Issuance of a warrant by Municipal Court Judge
- Violations of City, State, and Federal Law
Release methods include posting the full amount of the bond in cash or obtaining a surety bond from a licensed bondsman. The booking clerk is unable to suggest an attorney or surety bondsman for you to use.
Cleveland Police Dept. Jail
All arrested persons will be held at the Cleveland Police Dept. Jail for a maximum of 12 hours. If bond/fine is not met within 12 hours, prisoners will be transported to the Pawnee County Jail. Prisoners will be charged $35 per day while being housed at the Pawnee County Jail. For more information, call the Cleveland Police Dept. at (918) 358-3112. Prisoners may bond out 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with cash or money order. No personal checks will be accepted. You may also pay by credit card In county bondsman may be used 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Out of county bondsman may only be used M-F during business hours.