Fugitive Recovery Agent Requirements to become a bail bondsman or bounty hunter in California, while seemingly direct pursuant to California Penal Codes Sections beginning with 1299 and including Insurance Code and Title 10 Code of Regulations, are immeasurably more convoluted to the extent that one's more precise queries should fall within the realm of questions more on point to lawful bounty hunting with an emphasis on staying out of criminal court, civil court and the morgue.
This video by Bailspeak begins to delve into the complexities of how to become a bounty hunter, but, at the same time, it is important to embrace that bail training is hyper-critical and that Bailspeak, undeniably, Leads the Way in California Bail Training.
Listen very carefully and, while you may have to pause or watch the video several times, please read the text that appears. A promising bounty hunter will be able to catch the subtle nuances that others may not.
Bailspeak is a California Department of Insurance Approved Bail Education Provider with nearly 2,000 issued Bail Agent Pre-Licensing Certificates awarded to Bailspeak Alumni and with many now working in the California Bail Bonds Industry as bail bondsmen, posting bail agents, bounty hunters, and ministerial employees of California's largest bail corporations and Mom & Pops Bail Bonds operations.
Bailspeak Offers the Following Classes for those wishing to get people out of jail and for those who want to put them back in jail:
• CDI Approved 20 Hour Bail Agent Pre-Licensing
• Numerous 6 Hour Continuing Bail Education Classes
• Taser User Certification for Bounty Hunters
• Bail Marketing and SEO
• Bounty Hunter Marketing
• Bail Law & Motion
• Real Bounty Hunter Street Training
• and Etceteras.
At the time of this writing, Bailspeak's Primary Instructor, Rex, is the only, undisputed California bail education instructor with a long and ongoing history of legally running bail bond agencies, LEGALLY drafting bail bond motions as an appointed agent for various sureties, LEGALLY appearing in open court to argue bail motions, and lawfully bounty hunting on the lesser known mean-streets of California within the language and meaning of various Insurance Codes, Penal Codes, and Title 10 Code Sections.