Windsor, CT Bail Bonds

Your Trusted Bail Bondsman for 24hr Bail Bonds

Easy, Fast & Professional Bail Bond Services

No matter where or when, Alliance Bail Bonds can assist you with all of your bail bond needs. Our services are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for our Windsor residents. 


Our Windsor agents are always available to take your call. All conversations are confidential, with no-obligations. Give us a call today!

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Alliance Bail Bonds, CT

Our Office serving Windsor, CT

Address: 23-J Amato Drive, South Windsor, CT 06074

860-585-5245 (JAIL)
844-365-2245 (BAIL)


Hours of Operation: 
Monday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Friday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Bail Bonds Process


Bond is Set

Following the arrest of a suspect, the Windsor Police Department will set a bail amount. The bail amount does not have to be paid, however if a suspect fails to pay the bail they must remain in jail until their assigned court date.


Call Alliance Bail Bonds

We provide bail bond service 24/7, please be sure to give us a call if you know someone in need of an affordable bail bond. All you need to do is provide us with as much information as you can (e.g. name, birth date, jail, bail amount, etc). Alliance Bail Bonds’ top priority is making sure your loved one can return home as soon as possible.


Our Agent Meets You

After giving us a call, we will set up a meeting with one of our local bail bond agents. During this meeting we will go over the bail process, and if necessary you may need to sign over some form of collateral.



Within the hour, our agent will be at the Windsor Police Department filling out any necessary paperwork to bail your loved ones out of jail and get them back home quickly.


The Court Date Arrives

After the defendant is released on bail, a court date will be set. They are expected to be in court on that date. If they fail to do so they will be put back in jail.


The Bond is Exonerated

The bond will either be exonerated or completed depending on whether the defendant is found guilty or innocent.

Windsor, CT Bail Bond Information

Enfield Superior Court

Alliance Bail Bonds, CT
  • Geographical Area : (East Granby, East Windsor, Enfield, Granby, Simsbury, Suffield, Windsor, and Windsor Locks.)
  • Website:  Visit Website
  • Address:111 Phoenix Avenue, Enfield 06082
  • Chief Clerk's Office: 860-741-3727
  • Fax:860-741-3474
  • Adult Probation: 860-745-1710
  • Bail Services Phone & Fax: 860-741-2882; 860-741-7470
  • Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
  • Public Parking: Available at the Courthouse in front of the building.

Windsor, CT Police Department

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  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 275 Broad Street, Windsor, CT 06095
  • Main Phone:  (860) 688-5273
  • About: Our officers strive to uphold the virtues of all that is good in our profession.  We cherish the opportunity to make a positive difference in people’s lives.  Integrity, honesty, and truthfulness are the foundations of our department.

Town of Windsor Information

  • Windsor, CT Website:
  • About: Windsor is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States, and was the first English settlement in the state. It lies on the northern border of Connecticut's capital, Hartford. The population of Windsor was 29,044 at the 2010 census.

Why Choose Alliance Bail Bonds

Simple & Easy Solutions

Our bail bond agents understand that the court process can be very confusing, and are able to assist you every step of the way. Alliance Bail Bonds ensures that you and the defendant are aware of how each step in the court process works. We provide our services because they are fully committed to the residents of Windsor. Our services cover any form of bond, large or small. We write FTA’s with collateral for clients, as well as nationwide transfer bonds.

Bringing Integrity to the Industry

With over 20 years of experience, Alliance Bail Bonds can promise you that we bring integrity to all of our work. We are regulated by the Department of Insurance in Connecticut, which ensures that we will act in your best interest and will get the job done the right way. Our bail bond agents will answer all of your questions honestly. We offer low money down, fast results, and high customer services to all of our Windsor clients.

Caring for Our Clients

The Windsor community is our top priority. We strive to solve our problems and at the lowest cost. Over the years we have built up relationships with reputable attorneys, mental health professionals, and substance abuse facilities in Connecticut and are able to assist you with any other services you may need.

Bail Bond FAQs

How long does the Bail Bond Process take?

Once the detainee has been booked or processed, their bail is set. A detainee can be released within the hour, however on busy days or on the weekends it could take a couple of hours.

How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost with Alliance Bail Bonds?

The state of Connecticut regulates the fees for posting bonds. Bonds up to $5,000 have a 10% rate, and bonds that are above $5,000 have a rate of 7% plus an additional $150. For example, if you have a $3,000 bond then the bond rate of 10% would be $300. If you have a bond of $7,000 then a rate of 7% plus the additional $150, would result in a total of $640.

What is the 35 Percent Down?

This refers to the down payment of the bond, and is also regulated by the state. If you are seeking a bail bondsman the minimum deposit will be at least 35% of the PREMIUM on the bail. Please give us a call if you have any other questions about 35 percent down.

What is a Co-Signer?

The co-signer(s) are the persons who guarantees the bail bond. They ensure that the defendant will appear in court on their court date. If the defendant fails to appear in court, the co-signer assumes financial responsibility, even for any unpaid premium. Bail Bond companies will often require a working co-signer.

Who is the Bail Commissioner?

The Bail Commissioner is the individual that is appointed by the state, and is responsible for setting the bond for those detained at the police station before their court date. It is also their duty to suggest to the court the appropriate bail for criminal cases and motor vehicle accidents.

What is Collateral?

Cars, houses, jewelry, and fine art, for example, can be used as collateral. A bondsman may request collateral on top of a premium. If the defendant appears in court on their appointed date this collateral will be returned to them. However, if they fail to appear in court the collateral will be considered forfeit.

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