How to Become a Bounty Hunter Practicing Fugitive Recovery as a Bail Enforcement Agent
California Bounty Hunting Laws - Fugitive Recovery Classes - Certification
Sacramento, Roseville, Modesto, Backersfield, San Jose, Los Angeles County, Riverside, San Diego
California Department of Insurance Approved
CDI Provider Numbers 172113 & 172114
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You have Reached Rex Venator’s, State-of-the-Art,
California Bail Enforcement Training School where You may become PC 1299
Compliant and Learn how to Practice cutting-edge techniques regarding the Art
of Bounty Hunting for Fugitive Recovery Operations that are designed to assist
and escort wayward Misdemeanor and Felony Bail Jumpers back to see their
Sheriffs, Judges, and, if applicable, their Wardens for the California State
Prison Final Stop.
A Bail Agent Prelicensing Certificate from Bailspeak
reportedly Carries Great Weight and has been Deemed Controlling by Recruiters
Looking to fill Bail Agent Job Openings with Numerous Bail Bond Employers from
Sacramento to San Jose and from San Diego to San Francisco up to and including
bail bond company administrative and Bounty Hunting support staff.
CALIFORNIA BAIL ENFORCEMENT
Bailspeak is The Most Trusted
Name in Fugitive Recovery Training
for Bounty Hunters - According to
"You will not find Fugitive
Recovery Instruction like this anywhere else in the Country."
is the Fastest Growing and Most Trusted Name in California Bail Education,
according to its hundreds of Alumni who have participated in the following department
of insurance Approved bail classes for bondsmen and bounty hunters.
hour bail prelicensing
hour lawful bounty hunting continuing education
hour ECD "Taser" certification for bail recovery persons
hour bail bond motion studies
Bailspeak also offers Classes and Practical Training in:
Hunter Street Training
Bounty Hunter Training
- Video Productions
- Marketing for Bail Bonds Companies
- Marketing for Bounty Hunters
Bailspeak's Offerings do not stop here. You can also read books by Bailspeak's
Primary Instructor who is also a published Author, Rex Venator.
- "Allied Bail Agencies: Masterless"
- "Desktop Bounty Hunter"
- "Modern Bounty Hunting: A Real-Life Guide for the Fugitive Recovery
really doesn’t matter how you investigate and close a bail jumper
investigation, so long as you go home safely to get paid safely and all while
acting within the confines of applicable laws to fugitive recovery as a bail
enforcement agent for bail bond company owners or sureties.
critical, to compete in today’s bounty hunting market place, to have skillsets
and tools that your competitors either don’t have or are unwilling to secure,
and that you yourself take the initiative to innovate and grow your small
you roll up to a courthouse as a licensed bail agent in a business suit for a
bail bond motion or on a Harley Davidson classic with pistols and a Taser ECD
it all really doesn’t matter, so long as you go home to get paid after
is a California Department of Insurance Approved Bail Education Provider with
over 1,500 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
is instructed by bail bond company owners and active bounty hunters who have a
proven track record of not just running profitable companies in the fields of
bail bonds and bounty hunting, but Bailspeak Cadre also have a record of Alumni
from Bailspeak who have also taken what they’ve learned and applied those
lessons to themselves run profitable bail related companies.
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Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man Bike
Bail Mentor is now Building a Replica of Mickey Rourke’s
98 Inch Death Machine Stroker or Black Death Bike
Updates to this ongoing Project to Follow.
Why Should You Interview Bailspeak Alumni
for Jobs in Bail Bonds?
By Rex Venator
A Bailspeak Alumnus recently reported
undergoing an interview with a bail company bail agent who was looking to hire
a bounty hunter regarding a bail bond ordered forfeited by a judge.
As is the case in growing reports by new
bounty hunters, the new PC 1299 compliant bounty hunter was quizzed on how to
lawfully bounty hunt with an emphasis on describing which legal authorities
allow a private citizen bounty hunter to do this or that.
The new bounty hunter was told that a
very specific answer was incorrect, and the new bounty hunter informed the
licensed bail agent of 2012 and 2013 changes in laws related to bounty hunting
and was, in point of fact, found to have answered question correctly much to
the bail agent’s surprise.
Today, Bailspeak Alumni who are
searching for both bounty hunting and bail agent jobs are, bluntly stated,
educating long time bail agents on recent law changes and current events, but
how could people fresh out of a bail class educate people who have been in the
business for 10, 20 and even 30 years?
Unfortunately, the answer may be found
in the massive drop of licensed bail agents who once attended live continuing
bail education classes in favor of accruing required continuing education hours
via online classes or correspondence courses that may contain unchanged
curriculums for nearly ten years, or, perhaps, curriculums that do not contain
information about law changes or cannot possibly convey a California Bail
Industry that is ever changing at the speed of a text message.
The intent of this Facebook thread isn’t
to encourage bail agents to attend Bailspeak’s various continuing bail
education courses, but I think it is well worth strongly considering very
serious looks at Bailspeak Alumni for salaried bail agent job openings,
independent bounty hunting jobs, and for job openings in other various bail
The Bailspeak Bail Agent Pre-Licensing
bail class is maintained as a state-of-the art, cutting-edge immersion course
filled with California Department of Insurance required studies and then taken
a decade further with instructional techniques designed to not only help people
pass the bail exam on their first tries but to also help them retain critical
information in the post licensing world of bail bonds.
There are significant reasons why
Bailspeak is quickly becoming the Number 1 Choice for new hires by the leading
bail agencies in California and with students arriving from all over the United
States and abroad.
Succinctly put, take another look at
that Bailspeak Alumni application or resume and consider calling that person in
for an interview and quiz that person who left his or her Bailspeak class
completely exhausted and loaded with information and with a certificate that is
undeniably carrying greater and greater weight by those who have hiring
authority in their perspective bail corporations, mom & pop shops, and
bounty hunting teams.
Thank you for your time and
consideration of Bailspeak Alumni as priority interviewees.
Post Script: the Bailspeak Alumnus, like
so many other Bailspeak Alumni, got the job.