California Bounty Hunting Laws
How to Become a Bounty Hunter Practicing Fugitive Recovery as a Bail Enforcement Agent
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CALIFORNIA BOUNTY HUNTING LAWS

 

WHAT DOCUMENTS ARE REQUIRED

TO LEGALLY ARREST A BAIL JUMPER WHILE CARRYING A FIREARM FOR SELF-DEFENSE?


Failure to Comply may Result in Mass Felony Charges

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There is No Other Fugitive Recovery Training School

Capable of Offering this Exclusive Brand of

Fugitive Recovery Agent Course Content

 

20 hours of insurance pre-licensing is required to obtain a license to transact bail as a bail agent in California, and this same exact course is also a critical requirement to legally act a bail fugitive recovery agent for a bail bond company and to do all of which within the scope and meaning of many complex and sometimes conflicting laws.

 

The responsibility of providing the best possible bail education training is taken very seriously, and every effort to produce the most informed bail agents and fugitive recovery agents in the California Bail Bond Industry is considered an honor to the extent that every Bailspeak Certificate awarded is undeniably earned.

 

Moreover, it is the position of Bailspeak that every new fugitive recovery agent should effort to improve his or her position in the bail bonds industry with an emphasis on improving one’s earning potential and while learning how to run a small bail bonds related business. Fugitive recovery is a great way to learn bail bonds from the inside out, and, during these tough economic times, it stands to reason that one should endeavor to learn how to bring in the most cash in the shortest amount of time and with minimal investment. This school is run by successful business owners who continue to help those who are daring and willing to look ahead and dream of bigger things.

 

Bailspeak’s bail agent pre licensing course is, arguably, the Number 1 Choice of professionals in the California Bail Bonds Industry tasked with recruiting new hires to fill bail jobs in such areas as posting bail bonds, independent contractor bounty hunting, and numerous ministerial positions common to bail.

 

Bailspeak is a California Department of Insurance Approved Bail School now in its seventh year of operation and fast approaching 4,000 live classroom Alumni.

 

From Northern California to Southern California this

California Department of Insurance Approved

20 Hour Bail Agent Pre-Licensing Course

Leads the Way in Bail Education

 

Sacramento, Roseville, Modesto, San Jose, Fresno, Bakersfield, Los Angeles County, Riverside, San Diego

California bounty hunting laws fundamentally range throughout the California Penal Code in various code sections and the applicability of which codes apply wholly depend on the precise circumstances in indirect or direct relation to the conditions of fugitive recovery work that is designed to successfully close bail bond investigations for the purposes of bounty hunting people who failed to meet their contractual or judicial obligations or both.

 

There are 58 separate counties in California, and each county government, law enforcement agency and even the various shifts in a given day each have policies and procedures that may on one end contradict how another shift receives bounty hunters and all of which have varying degrees of tolerances toward bail enforcement agents hired by bail bond companies for the purposes of fugitive recovery operations.

 

Every jail has policies generally set by the facility commanders at any given jail.  Some badge personnel working in booking intake areas or civilian clerks will ask for what is commonly called “arrest docs” or apprehension paperwork; some bail fugitive bookings require no apprehension papers; others are apathetic and may display indifference, but how any given jail staff responds is wholly incidental to the fact that arrest docs are required by law.

 

Here we arrive at whether or not bounty hunters can carry guns, and the subject of firearms carry is a major block of instruction at each and every Bailspeak 20 Hour Bail Agent Prelicensing course held throughout California and cannot be covered in this venue for your protection; however, one point that must be made is this:

 

Any person who carries a firearm without following the laws governing required apprehension documents and without the precise due diligence taught at class may very well be carrying that firearm illegally and furthermore subjected to numerous felony charges excluding the firearm charges.

 

Therefore, this California Department of Insurance Approved Bail Education Training School is now offering a packet of bail jumper arrest docs containing three (3) sets of a bail jumper arrest doc samples.

 

This sample pack of three separate cases is available only via United States Postal Service mail, Fax, or as an included handout in Bailspeak’s 20 Hour Bail Agent Pre Licensing Course after June 30, 2014; they will not be scanned and emailed.

 
  • Actionable Wanted Posters

  • Bench Warrants

  • Notice of Forfeitures

  • Undertakings

  • Affidavit of Undertakings

  • Authority to Arrest forms

  • Minute Orders

  • Power of Attorneys

  • Private Citizen Arrests Explained

  • And Etceteras!


Lawfully Required Bail Fugitive Recovery


Apprehension Document Samples X 3

 

24 Total Pages of Real Bail Jumper Cases


 
Bail Apprehension Doc Samples
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The actual events depicted in the above video were all legally executed because the bounty hunters complied with the California Bail Fugitive Recovery Person Act and other bounty hunting statutes with respect to securing legally required apprehension documentation supported by strict compliance to ongoing bounty hunting due diligence practices to protect the public and arresting bail fugitive recovery agents.

 

In point of fact, failure to secure legally required “arrest documentation” and perform due diligence prior to making or attempting to make a bail bond arrest in California may be a misdemeanor crime that could develop into a full blown case of numerous felony charges.

 

Bailspeak educated bail bond and bounty hunting students undergo intense immersion training and receive the below listed documents as a part of their 20 Hour Bail Agent Pre-Licensing and Continuing Bail Education license renewal courses that are “Approved” by the California Department of Insurance and are routinely held in Sacramento, Roseville, Modesto, San Jose, Bakersfield, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, San Diego County, and by special private order private classes. Southern_California_Bail_Education_Training_Classes.jpg


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Bail Enforcement 20 Hour Pre Licensing Certification Courses

 

This Bail School has been declared by its nearly 4,000 Alumni to be the most Trusted, Most Transparent, and most Effective set of California Bounty Hunting School Classes routinely held in the following Areas: Sacramento, Roseville, Modesto, San Jose, Bakersfield, Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, and San Diego County.

 

“A notable percentage of a California powerhouse in the California Bounty Hunting Industry is made up of an Elite Group of Top Producing Bailspeak Alumni.”

 

~ 25DEC15, Source: Name Withheld for Operational Security Purposes