Taser is the leader in less-than-lethal Electronic Control Devices (hereafter called “Taser” or “Tasers,” as each model is known to the public at-large) such as the popular Taser C2, the venerable and unquestioned X26 workhorse, and the amazing semiautomatic X2 with its “backup shot.”
It has been repeatedly proven by the fine men and women of our Nation’s law enforcement personnel that the mere presentation of a Taser can quickly deescalate what would otherwise escalate into the need for the reasonable use of force to arrest an individual.
For the purposes of bounty hunting, it is the position of the Bailspeak Cadre that a Taser ranks much higher on the Use of Force Continuum than it may in law enforcement agencies; moreover, considering that a bail bond company owner and his or her surety may be subject to civil liability for what a bounty hunter does or does not do, it stands to unwavering reason that not only can a strong argument be made for bounty hunters to undertake Taser Authorized certification but that a bail agent may be considered seriously remiss if he or she displays deliberate indifference by failing to require a bounty hunter who bounty hunts for an agent of a surety to secure Taser User Certification and with an emphasis on an instructor who is not only “Authorized” by Taser to certify people who bounty hunt but who is also ardent about stressing liability awareness during all of its bail courses.
Bailspeak has taken active steps to launch its 2013 curriculums that, like prior years, consist of California Department of Insurance Approved classes that approach the minutia of bail bonds and bounty hunting and running a small business as whole rather than disjointed subjects that do not flow as in the real world of bail bonds and bounty hunting.
For example, a student or veteran may participate in Bailspeak’s CDI Approved “Taser Tuesday” certification and CE class that is generally after Bailspeak’s CDI Approved 20-Hour Bail Agent Pre-Licensing class that INCLUDES Bailspeak’s “Motion Monday” and with three of the four days separately approved for six hours of continuing bail education inasmuch that a bail agent could obtain 6, 12, and even 18-Hours of continuing bail education in a single weekend!
It is finally worth reiterating that all of Bailspeak’s courses place great weight on moral and ethical behavior, which, by force of action, creates an educational foundation for one to choose professional decision making that may very well reduce liability for bail agents and sureties and, perhaps, even culpability should allegations of misconduct arise that may even be exonerated when an educated agent for a surety can intelligently articulate stare decisis that is or are consistent with actions taken and the results thereof.
Bailspeak’s next round of Taser User Certification classes generally land on the Tuesdays subsequent to the high level of CDI approved bail instruction noted in paragraph 5 above and can include multiple certifications over a four day period totaling 40-Hours in bail bonds and bounty hunting related certifications!
You may, at your convenience, consider making inquiry via an Internet search for the key phrase “Proof of Bounty Hunter Training” for more information on the “Proof of Training” ball cap of which may be of acute interest.
Visit the Bailspeak Mother Website or any of its Sister Websites for more information, including photographs, Alumni Testimonials, videos, and much, much more information about Bailspeak in general, its instructors, and its many on-point, CDI Approved courses.
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