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Bail bond agents see a lot of people get bailed from jail, and a lot of them tend to treat everyone about the same -- another person on a list that needs a service. And while this is true on a basic level, the human element plays a big role in the bail bond industry because it's not a normal service. Most people don't experience jail very often, and for many it's a frightening, disorienting and confusing experience. The uncertainty of when one will get out of jail can be very hard to endure, and we here at Halo Bail Bonds understand that. Our level of service exceeds others' for that very reason. Click the button below now to fill out our quick app and hear from a bail agent within 10 minutes in most cases.
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About San Luis Obispo County
The population of San Luis Obispo County was 274,804 in 2012, up from 246,681 in 2000. The density of this population is average due to the relatively large size of the county at 3,304. 49% of the population is employed by private businesses, while 13% is employed the government, 36% is self-employed and 2% is unpaid due to employment by family, usually in agriculture.
This is the ethnic makeup of San Luis Obispo County: 71.1% is white non-hispanic, 20.8% is hispanic or latino; 3% consists of asian individuals; while 2.4% is made up of multiracial individuals, 1.9% consists of black non-hispanics and 0.5% is made up of American Indian and Alaska Natives.
While many California counties are better suited to the avid outdoorsman, San Luis Obispo is tailored for the shopaholic. Museums, music festivals, fine dining and more abound, but the focus is still on shopping, and small shops in particular. The population is largely tilted towards college students and as a result the vibe and product selection is youthful and hip.
The 500-inmate San Luis Obispo County Jail is headed by the Sheriff's office, which was formed in 1850. The Sheriff's office also handles coroner duties, and all other units associated such as EMS dispatch, Narcotics, Records and Warrants, and more.