PDA

View Full Version : Bond Agent Classes



John Ewings
02-20-2004, 05:29 PM
Hello,

I understand that to become a bail bond agent that one must take a training course. Do you have any idea where I can take this course. I stay in Colorado. Any information will be helpful.

Thanks

John

Jon Dvorak-
04-12-2004, 09:30 PM
I'm wondering the same thing but I am in Wisconsin. If anyone has any information it would be much appreciated. Thank you

Tracy Gwinn--
04-12-2004, 09:57 PM
I would also like to know some information on bail bondsman. I find it fascinating and interesting. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


Thanks,
Tracy

Omar Castro
08-30-2004, 09:19 PM
Hello,

I understand that to become a bail bond agent that one must take a training course. Do you have any idea where I can take this course. I stay in Colorado. Any information will be helpful.

Thanks

John
Bail Bond Courses provided on the 2nd page (http://www.asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/120633.pdf)

Bail Recovery courses provided on the 3rd page.
Other BEA training (http://www.bailtraining.com/index.cfm)
Good Luck and let me know how it turns out!

Omar Castro
08-30-2004, 09:23 PM
I would also like to know some information on bail bondsman. I find it fascinating and interesting. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


Thanks,
Tracy
This is not the only way to become but the information is here.
CBAA (http://cbaa.com/index.htm)
Bail Resource Center. (http://www.link2education.com/index.cfm?sec=home)

Good luck and remember there is more information out there.

Omar.

Steve McAtee
08-30-2004, 09:43 PM
Any information for the state of Kansas?

Omar Castro
08-30-2004, 09:47 PM
I'm wondering the same thing but I am in Wisconsin. If anyone has any information it would be much appreciated. Thank you

I don't know and will look some more for you but...
Bounty Hunter Laws for Wisconsin... (http://www.americanbailcoalition.com/new_html/Bounty%20Hunter%20Laws.htm)

I think this means it is illegal to be a BEA, FEA or what ever you call it.

Wis. Stat. 969.12 provides that no surety can be compensated for serving as a surety, effectively eliminating the commercial bond market. See Kahn v. McCormack, 299 N.W. 2d 279 (Ct. App. 1980)(upholding constitutionality of statute and stating that purpose of the law is eliminate the commercial bond industry).

Good luck and let me know how it turns out.

Omar

Patrick Egan -
09-07-2004, 06:55 PM
American Institute of bail and Bail Enforcement.
this is in Denver.Co.

Omar Castro
09-08-2004, 01:22 PM
Any information for the state of Kansas?
bondforfeitures (http://www.bondforfeitures.com/ks.htm)

Omar

Les Coles--
11-06-2004, 01:16 AM
I understand that to become a bail bond agent that one must take a training course. Do you have any idea where I can take this course. I stay in Colorado. Any information will be helpful.


Check out Professional Bail Agents of Colorado

Link to training program is http://www.pbacolorado.com/pdfs/school_application.pdf

I'm planning on doing the course later next year and getting licensed as a BEA in Colorado myself, so let me know how you get on.

Les

Steven Lofing
11-25-2005, 01:32 PM
bondforfeitures (http://www.bondforfeitures.com/ks.htm)

Omar
I used the link you provided and clicked on the state link.
There are no agents listed, wow:confused:
Now i wonder if no-one wants to list themselves or is there a vast need to agents in MS

Hugh Brown Jr
07-07-2006, 12:52 PM
Bail Bond Courses provided on the 2nd page (http://www.asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/120633.pdf)

Bail Recovery courses provided on the 3rd page.
Other BEA training (http://www.bailtraining.com/index.cfm)
Good Luck and let me know how it turns out!

Omar if I take this class will it satify the requirements to get license in VA?

John Slevin -
09-22-2007, 11:29 AM
You need to check with Colorado State Gov's website. They will list the laws and also have some links to state approved institutions that conduct proper POST training.

Rupert E MacLean III
02-19-2008, 09:03 PM
Virginia DCJS has approved training academies for Bail Enforcement, Bail Bonds and Private Investigations. No classes taught or offered by anyone not associated and licensed as a DCJS training academy are acceptable.

This is not to say that you can't get excellent training on how to be successful from the NABEA, NIBE, NSIN, etc.

beabountyhunter.com
is an excellent resource as well as PIEducation.com as it meets numerous state continuing education requirements.

I have taken these classes myself and thought it was money well spent and internet based so it fit in with my unpredictable schedule.

To be successful, one must locate and adhere to all state statutes in their area of operation. Then they must obtain correct information from reputable sources or organizations. Ask a potential Bail Bondsman/Client who they would recommend. Also ask them if they can introduce you to the individual that they use so that they might mentor you.

This business is dangerous and not for the faint of heart. It also presents an excellent business opportunity for a Licensed PI to search out the fugitives for a working bail enforcement agent. You can get paid by your time or as a percentage of the bond (my preference).

Scott