There are some moments in your life that might seem unexpected and one of them happens to be when you are arrested. Not everyone has to go through being arrested but if you do it is not a moment that you are going to enjoy. It can be scary and not something that you want to have to worry about. When it does happen it is important to know what you should be doing and how to help the process go smoothly. If you have never been arrested then this whole thing will be new to you. It is a good idea to know what to do and how to act.
 

Ajua Bail Bonds Offers Tips for How to Act When Being Detained & Arrested

Don’t Make Quick Movements when Being Arrested: If an officer is approaching or talking to you, it is in your best interest to stay calm and not make any quick and sudden movements. They are coming into a situation that oftentimes has many unknowns. They might have gotten a call with a small amount of information and they have to react in a way that keeps them and the public safe. When they notice that a person is making quick movements they have to assume that they are looking to run or get their hands on something that could be dangerous. It is best to be slow and smooth with any movements that you do take.
Cooperating with Police: The interactions that you have with the officer that is placing you under arrest will have an impact on the process. They have to come up to a potentially volatile situation and diffuse it as well as take a person or persons into custody. They want to feel as though they have the upper hand and that each person is cooperating. Many people have a bad experience with the officer because of a compliance issue. Be sure that you are listening and acting according to the demands of the officer. Smooth and calm movements are best and you want to make sure that you do only what they say. During this part of the arrest you are not able to plead your case or ask for clarification until the scene has been secured and the aggressors have been secured as well. The faster and the smoother that goes the better for all that are involved.
Call a Bail Bondsman: Now that you are ready to cooperate with the officer it is a good idea to form a plan. You want to make sure that you are listening and also taking mental notes about information regarding your arrest. You can think of who is there and what the circumstance is. Then you want to be ready to get booked in the jail and also call a bail bond company that can start your paperwork right away. We can call into the jail and get the information we need to bail you out. The more prepared you are the faster the process usually will go.
 

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