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 A Step-By-Step Guide On How To Become A High Paid, Freelance Bounty Hunter!
Earn Fugitive Reward Money Per Capture As A Skip Tracing Tipster at Local, State & Federal Levels

Earn Substantial Rewards As A Bounty

Hunter Providing Tips That Lead To

The Capture of Wanted Fugitives At

Local, State & Federal Levels

 

States Where Bounty Hunting Is Allowed

States Where Physical Bounty Hunting Is Banned

These states allow physical bounty hunting and bail enforcement but require some form of training, whether it be in the field working for  a bail bond company or in a classroom.  Licenses for some of these states are also required. Please Note, that even though physical Bounty Hunting and Bail Enforcement Is Banned in these states, you can still act as a private investigator or virtual bounty hunter by helping authorities at local, state & federal levels for substantial rewards.

States That Allow Bounty

Hunting With No Training or

Licensing Requirements

Please Note: Subject to change.  To verify, please check with your state licensing department as state laws are constantly changing.

 

PLEASE NOTE: However, if you do not wish to apply for a license or enroll in a training program in a state which has bounty hunting requirements, you may work as a helper or by playing a role to capture a subject under the supervision of a Licensed or Trained Bounty Hunter.

Also, there are a handful of states that require no training all.

The Bounty Hunter's Bible

Introducing the most useful and information rich bounty hunting tutorial offered on the web.

The Problem With Online Courses:   Industry resources & educational information can be outdated & innacurate.

The Problem With Hardcopy Books:  The problem with hardcopy books is just that.  Most of the Bounty Hunting books were published in the 1990's and are rarely updated.  A lot has changed since then.

Bail Enforcement / Bounty Hunting resources & critical educational information need to be constantly updated.

Bail Enforcement Training Programs: While physical bail enforcement training programs are beneficial, many will claim that you don't need a license to track down and capture fugitives, due to the Federal 1872 Taylor vs. Taintor act.  The fact is, bounty hunting and bail enforcement rules & requirements vary from state to state and that's what they fail to teach.  Some states require some form of physical training and certificate, other's require licensing, while other states require no licensure or training at all.

As described in our eBook, one of the best ways to become a bounty hunter is to offer to work for FREE at any of the thousands of bail bond companies in the U.S. and educate yourself, and stay up-to-date with current laws.

It is vital that you have the proper, up-to-date resources & knowledge for you to succeed in the business, and comply with bail enforcement laws and rules.


THE BOUNTY HUNTER EMPLOYMENT A-Z GUIDE

Our Bounty Hunter Employment A-Z Guide is designed to get to the point, and making sense of the industry.  This guide doesn't contain hundreds of pages of Bail Enforcement material that you don't need to know.  What you'll find in our eBook, is the ESSENTIAL steps and tools needed to become a Bounty Hunter, Private Investigator of Skip Tracing Expert.

You will find many Bounty Hunter, Private Investigative and Bail Enforcement Web Sites offering Digital eBooks, Hardcover Books and Online Courses that fail educate people the knowledge needed to become a bounty hunter in the easiest and most efficient manner.

With our featured A-Z Guide To Bounty Hunter Employment, you will be able to follow a step-by-step guide to become a high paid bounty hunter tracking down fugitives on local, state & federal levels.

 

 

An Overview of What Bounty Hunter

Employment.com Is All About

 

DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN BOUNTY

HUNTING AND BAIL ENFORCEMENT

Whether you want to enter the U.S. Bail Enforcement or Bounty Hunting Industry in general, we know that you will find our featured eBook to be educational.

Bounty Hunter Employment.com focuses on all areas of domestic & International fugitive recovery, not only in U.S. Bail Enforcement, but Bounty Hunting and Private Investigation as well.

Whatever position you desire, regardless of what role you wish to play in the apprehension of a fugitive, our guide will provide you with the educational resources needed to succeed in this industry.

There are web sites that offer courses and training programs to become a U.S. Bail Enforcement Agent or bounty hunter, but unfortunately, they fail to inform you that you can apply those newly acquired skills to other areas, including Domestic and International Fugitives wanted by local, state & federal government organizations where bounties "rewards" for tips leading  to the capture of fugitives can reach millions of dollars.

Just visit the FBI website, or America's Most Wanted , or any Police Department website, and see for yourself.

In addition, a majority of online courses are run by a very small group of people, often containing outdated inaccurate material on the subject of become a bounty hunter or bail enforcement agent.

Bounty Hunter Employment.com has put a new face on the Bail Enforcement / Bounty Hunting Industry.

The Bounty Hunting Industry is our passion, and we truly want aspiring bounty hunter's to succeed in this business through the proper tools and resources.

There are many in the industry that confuse Bail Enforcement with Bounty Hunting.  Below, you will find some brief definitions of what this web site focuses on.


Taylor Vs. Taintor - U.S. Supreme Court Law:

In 1872, the U.S. Supreme Court Case "Taylor vs. Taintor" gave bail enforcement agents nearly limitless power and authority when hunting down a subject.  This means that a bounty hunter may enter their premise if needed to capture their wanted fugitive, whether it be on behalf of a financial institution, company or government authority.

However it is important to note, that all U.S. States have varying digrees of requirements in regards to bounty hunters.  There are a handful of states that have outright banned it completely, in which they have an independent right to do.  Other states require training and/or licensure, while other states require no formal training or licensure at all.

Brief Definition Of Bail Enforcement:

A Bail Enforcement Agent or Fugitive Recovery Agent is an individual who is hired by a bail bond company to apprehend a subject who fails to appear in court "forfeiting their bond".  The BEA or Fugitive Recovery Agent can expect to earn 10% of the total bond amount upon capture.  However, if the BEA fails to capture the fugitive, they don't get paid.

Brief Definition of A Bounty Hunter:

A bounty hunter is an individual who captures fugitives ("hunting") for a monetary reward ("bounty"), for apprehending by law, if such laws exist. Other names include Bail Agent, Bail Enforcement Agent, Bail Officer, Fugitive Recovery Agent, Fugitive Recovery Officer, or Bail Fugitive Recovery Specialist. "Wikipedia"

The apprehension of a subject by a DOMESTIC or INTERNATIONAL Bounty Hunter, whereby a reward is offered, whether it be an individual on the run from the local, state or federal authorities or just someone who hasn't gone back to court.

A Bounty Hunter can be defined as one who enforces bail, hired by a Bail Bond Company or one who assists in the capture of a wanted fugitive from the governing authorities, including but not limited to Police Departments, The State, and FBI.

Brief Definition of a Bail Bondsman:

A bail bondsman is any person or corporation which will act as a surety and pledge money or property as bail for the appearance of a criminal defendant in court. Although banks, insurance companies and other similar institutions are usually the sureties on other types of contracts, for example, to bond a contractor who is under a contractual obligation to pay for the completion of a construction project, such entities are reluctant to put their depositors' or policyholders' funds at the kind of risk involved in posting a bail bond. Bail bondsmen, on the other hand, are usually in the business to cater exclusively to criminal defendants, often securing their customers' release in just a few hours.  You will find thousands of bail bond companies across the United States that you can contact once you are licensed or trained if required by law.

Bail bondsmen are almost exclusively found in the United States, as in most other countries bail is usually more modest, and the practice of bounty hunting is illegal.
 

Brief Definition of Skip Tracing:

Skip Tracing is the electronic means of tracking down a suspect.  The Internet has become a powerful tool in the search for fugitives.

Skip Tracing can be used to locate defendants and wanted fugitives.  There are vast resources available on the Internet, some of which include searching DMV Records, Social Security Searches, Court Files, Reverse Lookup Tools, plus so many more.

Skip Tracing is an art, and will take some practice.  These Skip Tracing techniques can be used to capture wanted fugitives at all governing authoritative levels.

 

 

 

Note To Canadian Residents:

We have been receiving over recent months an increasing number of inquiries from Canadian residents interested in becoming a bounty hunter not only in the U.S., but in Canada also.

Please note, BOUNTY HUNTING in CANADA is illegal.

Our eBook centers around Bail Enforcement in the U.S., however, you may use our eBook to become a Bail Enforcement Agent within U.S. Boundaries.

There are nearly 10,000 Bail Enforcement Agents that work directly with Bail Bond Companies to capture people who fail to appear in court.  You may work in the U.S. as a Bounty Hunting, provided you have documentation to do so.

Although, if a fugitive is wanted on a Federal Level, you may assist in the tracking down of the suspect, regardless of which country you reside in.

A Quick Overview

 

What is a Bounty Hunter?   Basically, a bounty hunter, or fugitive recovery agent, is a person who apprehends fugitives in exchange for a monetary reward "bounty". If a defendant fails to show up for a court appearance, he is then considered a fugitive. When this happens, the bail bond company will hire a bounty hunter to recover the fugitive. The term "Fugitive Recovery" Agent is preferred by those in the industry over the more derogatory "bounty hunter" because the term "bounty hunter" conjures up images of the old west with its "dead or alive posters" and rewards offered in exchange for the fugitive. A fugitive recovery agent works for a percentage of the bail amount, not a reward.  Other names include Bail Agent, Bail Enforcement Agent, Bail Officer, Fugitive Recovery Agent, Fugitive Recovery Officer, or Bail Fugitive Recovery Specialist.


One couldn't enter into this profession without research and training. In order to become a bounty hunter, one must have knowledge of how the bail bonds industry works. In addition, the bounty hunter must be proficient in other skills such as detecting deceit, surveillance, skip tracing and negotiation. A bounty hunter must also know how to research and investigate missing persons. He must be able to access and analyze phone records of the fugitive's friends and family. He will have to know how to dig into the fugitive's past and find all past residences. He will need to learn the fugitive's habits, vices, friends, enemies and hangouts. In other words, a bounty hunter must have good investigative skills.
 

If you're looking to become a bounty hunter, then we know that you have found the right place.

The staff at Bounty Hunter Employment.com have dedicated themselves to assist individuals become freelance bounty hunters through the use of Online Resources, Educational Tools and Industry Information.

This inherently dangerous yet highly lucrative assignment captures the imagination of would-be bond recovery agents that are looking for the necessary information in this seemingly tight-lipped, secretive industry.

The sheer thrill of tracking someone down through cutting-edge investigative techniques, then executing a plan to capture the fugitive is something that cannot be described.  The power and control that bounty hunters possess intimidates & overwhelms even the most hardened of criminals who continue to snub their noses at authority.

Currently, there are thousands of training programs & schools across the United States that teach people how to become professional bounty hunters, unfortunately, most them charge thousands of dollars and cannot provide the inside information needed to become a Bail Enforcement Agent or Bounty Hunter.

 

Over the years, we have realized that there is a need for a product that can cut through the mountain of paperwork & training traditionally needed to become a bounty hunter.  Our guide eliminates the need of having to spend thousands of dollars on schools and enrolling in 4-6 hour training sessions 5 days a week if mandated by the state in which you plan on conducting business.

We've perfected a step-by-step approach that shortens the training time & simplifies the certification process so that you can begin working in a minimal amount of time either as a helper playing a role to catch a fugitive or a trained or licensed bounty hunter / bail enforcement agent.

Our educational tutorial provides you with essential resources and educational materials needed to become a bounty hunter.

We have revealed a unique set of resources & industry secrets needed to become a HIGH PAID BOUNTY HUNTER by contacting bail bond companies.  This is accomplished by our exclusive and direct list of Bail Bond Company web sites and associations that are constantly looking for bail enforcement agents or bounty hunters.

Bail Bond Companies & Freelance Bounty Hunters "fugitive recovery agents" work in sync using the network of backdoor bail bond companies to apprehend subjects.  Our reference tutorial and our company act as a gateway to the network of agents so that everybody makes money.  Without direct access to bail bond companies, securing contracts "bond forfeitures" will become a daunting task for new hunters.

The key to success in any industry is knowledge, determination, persistence, experience & connections.  You can be the best bounty hunter "bail enforcement agent" in your state, but if you don't know how to capitalize on it, then your business will simply flounder.  The bounty hunting industry consists of a circle of businesses and tight relationships.  Knowing who to contact to win the next contract is crucial, regardless of which state you plan on working out of.

With the use of our guide, you will arm yourself with the essential tools & educational resources necessary to become a bounty hunter.  Our simplified, yet powerful guide on how to become a bounty hunter provides you with step-by-step information on how to get in the business.

We know that you will find other websites & companies offering bounty hunter training programs & courses, however, we are the only provider of a "Bounty Hunter Employment" eBook on the web that is nationally recognized throughout the industry.  In addition, Online Courses often contained outdated material and will prove to be a disservice to you.

We are dedicated to the bounty hunting sector, and it is our duty to offer a no-filler, rock-solid, step-by-step system to become a bounty hunter in an easy, quick, step-by-step format all presented in laymen's terms.  That's right "no complicated" terminology here!

From notifying bond agents about your services, to establishing inside contacts, to licensing & certifications, to negotiation tactics, you'll find our featured guide on how to become a bounty hunter vital in your quest to realize your goal of becoming a bounty hunter.


Bounty hunting originated in England hundreds of years ago. Back in the 13th century, bail was a person, not an amount of money. An individual was designated custodian of the accused, and if the accused did not return to face his penalty, the custodian could be hanged in his place.

During colonial times, America relied upon the bail system set up by the government of England. In 1679, the British Parliament passed the Habeas Corpus Act, which for the first time guaranteed that an accused person could be released from prison on monetary bail. It stated:

... within two days after the party shall be brought before them, the said lord chancellor or lord keeper ... shall discharge the said prisoner from his imprisonment, taking his or their recognizance, with one or more surety or sureties, in any sum according to their discretions, having regard to the quality of the prisoner and nature of the offense, for his or their appearance in the court of the King's bench the term following ...

This right was later written into the U.S. Constitution. The Eighth Amendment to the Constitution prohibited the setting of excessive bail, and the Judiciary Act of 1789, which established the U.S. judicial court system, defined the terms for bailable offenses.

Federal bail law remained unchanged until the Bail Reform Act of 1966, which allowed the prisoner to be released with as little bail as possible to secure his or her return for trial (although the 1984 Bail Reform Act allowed the courts to hold accused persons without bail if they were deemed too dangerous for release). For more information on bail, see How Bail Works.

The bounty hunter was given broad authority starting in 1873 with the U.S. Supreme Court case, Taylor v. Taintor. The case gave bounty hunters the authority to act as agents of bail bondsmen. Bounty hunters on the trail of a bail jumper could "pursue him into another state" and, if necessary, "break and enter his house for that purpose." Today, states have their own restrictions when it comes to bounty hunting, but most states give bounty hunters the freedom to pursue and arrest bail jumpers within and across their borders.
 



About Bounty Hunter's

Nowhere on the Internet will you find a more effective guide on how to become a bounty hunter than here.

Whether you were motivated to become a bounty hunter by watching a T.V. show or a life event, you can rest assured that one of the most lucrative & exciting law enforcement sectors to be in is Bail Enforcement and "Bounty Hunting" on local, state & federal levels where rewards offered by governing authorities can reach several thousand to several million dollars.

There are only a small handful of jobs that offer as much excitement as a bounty hunter, and they only exist on a FEDERAL LEVEL.  Bounty Hunter's are empowered at all state & federal levels to apprehend suspects and may do so at any length as.  See Tailor Vs. Taintor 1872 U.S. Supreme Court Case.  However, to actually apprehend subjects, proper licensing or training may be required.  The Department of Insurance in your state where applicable is where you will be able to find out the requirements to become a Bail Enforcement Agent "Bounty Hunter", and if training or certification is required, they will provide you guidance.

Without any warrant needed, you'll be able to kick down doors, and cross state lines "if licensed or where allowed" legally pursuing a fugitive from jurisdiction to jurisdiction to secure a surety.  And without permission, you may wiretap, set up surveillance videos, and bug houses.

Like in any other type of profession, Bounty Hunting is a skill and an art which takes time & dedication to perfect.  Our step-by-step guide is set up in a simple, yet powerful format that is designed to help position yourself for long term success in the business.

It is critical that you are up-to-date on the Current Bounty Hunting Laws, Licensing Requirements and Training as they are changing by the day.  The featured eBook at our site will provide you with licensing requirements state-by-state, and web sites that you can refer to for live information.

Now of course, we know that bounty hunting is not for everyone, and we understand that.  But, the few who have no fear in tracking down deadbeat, sometimes violent criminals will definitely find this line of work right up their alley.  The satisfaction of putting bail-jumper's & criminals back behind bars that goes along with this type of employment is truly amazing.

As far as safety is concerned, you'll wear protective gear, and may choose your partner(s) during fugitive apprehension, which reduces the risk of assault significantly. The more people you have with you, the less likelihood a fugitive will fight.  They most often submit when overwhelmed....

If you use our guide to get licensed & contact the bail bond companies, several thousand dollars could be earned or 10% of the total bail bond amount.  And, with our Skip Tracing Tools and Resources, you can track down the most wanted criminals by local, state & federal authorities where rewards can reach up to $50k and more just by acting as a tipster.  Work from the comfort of your own home and you could be earning up to $50,000 for assistance leading up to the arrest of a fugitive, whether it be in the U.S. or abroad.

How Modern Day Private

Investigation

Plays A Vital Role In The

Apprehension of A Fugitive

In today's modern world, most bounty hunters, private investigators and bail enforcement agents spend a substantial amount of their time behind a computer.

Skip Tracing: is the electronic means of tracking down a suspect.  The Internet has become a powerful tool in the search for fugitives.

Skip Tracing, in nearly every case, plays a key role when hunting down a fugitive.  Everyone leaves a paper trail and has a history, so by having the proper skip tracing tools on hand, tracking down a fugitive can become a very easy thing to do.

Within our featured eBook, you will find all of the skip tracing resources you need to begin searching for a wanted fugitive, whether it be on behalf of a bail bond company, police department of federal authority where bounties can be substantial.

Within our link section, you will find search tools & directories for the following: Email & Phone Book Directories, Online White Page Directories, Phone Prefix Locator, Cell Phones, Cell Phone Carrier Info, Maps, Email Searches, Area-Zip Code Finders, SSN Searchers, Domain Name, Credit Cards, Military Records, Boats and Vessels, Hotel/Motel Locators, Foreign Embassies, Missing Kids, OSHA Accidents, U.S. Criminal Records, Manufacturers, Hunting and Fishing, Stolen Guns, Most Wanted, Unclaimed Property, Notary Lookups, Law Enforcement, Bowlers, Western Union, Death Records and Search Tools, Cemetery Records, Prison Search Sites, Parole Resources, Sex Offender, Vehicle Driving Records, Vital Records, State/Criminal Records, Hunting and Fishing, Newsgroups, Aviation, Real Property Records, Date of Birth, Mail Drops, Professional Licensing, Credit/Collections, Ham Radio, Public School Locator, High School Alumni, Business, Courthouse Info, Genealogy, Homeless Missing, SIC Codes, Lobbyist Directory, Selective Service, eBay by Seller, UCC Searches, State Corporate Records, Bankruptcy Searches, Medical People, Lawyers/Legal, Teachers, Taxi Cab Locators, Federal Corporate Filings, Banks and Stock Directories and Searches, Apartment Locators, Federal Government Directories, Political Contributions, Date of Birth Records, Non-Profit, Pensions, Immigration Records, Tracking Service for Packages, plus so much more...

By using online skip tracing & investigative tools online, you'll be able to empower yourself with the tools and resources necessary to track down fugitives at all levels both in the U.S. and Internationally.

Whether you are hired by a bail bond company to capture a fugitive or looking to assist in the capture of a fugitive, you will find these online investigative tools invaluable.  As you learn how to use these tools, you will become more efficient, which means you'll be able to capture more fugitives and make more money.

 

Bounty Hunting Skip

Tracing Tipster

The great thing about become a Bounty Hunting Skip Tracing Tipster is that you don't need to be licensed if you're looking to find a wanted fugitive.  However, if you're looking to apprehend a subject or engage in wire-tapping, you'll probably need a license and receive authorization from a governing authority.

For more complex investigations, you may want to contact the Licensing Division for Private Investigations in your state.

By using Skip Tracing tools and general investigative techniques over the Internet, you could literally pick and choose which wanted fugitives you want to track down, based off of their current reward.

Just visit any one of the several thousand police departments or federal web sites to select which fugitives you want to help find.  Police Departments and Federal Authorities have their hands full, so any assistance that leads to a capture is well appreciated, and will most often hand over a reward, which can be up to $50k plus.

An increasing number of private investigators and bounty hunters are utilizing skip tracing tools solely for the purpose of offering tips to the location of a fugitive.  For those that are in the industry, they will nearly all tell you that it can be very lucrative.

 

Women In The Bounty

Hunting Business

Women are playing an increasingly active role in the Bounty Hunting Business, especially in the field.

There are currently thousands of Men & Women Bounty Hunters "bail enforcement agents" across the United States that have been working together to apprehend fugitives for years, and now there's even a T.V. program on Women Bounty Hunters.

The fact is, a woman who is interested in engaging in this type of business may choose to operate her own Fugitive Recovery Service where she would act as a manager and set up the captures, work as an administrator at an existing bounty hunting operation, or take a more hands on approach and assist in the capture of bail jumpers.

For fugitive recovery agencies to be truly successful, a female component is needed in the apprehension of fugitives.

Our eBook will provide you with everything you need to become successful, regardless of which role you're looking to play.

This is a very lucrative business for women, as it is for men.

A Quick Explanation How Money

Can Be Made:

A person is arrested, and a bond is set by the court depending on the nature of the crime.  If the individual can come up with the cash, he/she is released on condition that they appear for their court date.  Many individuals who are arrested don't have the money to make bail, so they call a bail bond company.  The bail bond company pays the court whatever the bail is set at, and the prisoner is released on condition.  Their fee is 10-20% of the bonded amount.  If the individual does not show up for their court date "jumps bail", the bond is forfeited.  A bail enforcement agent is then hired to track down and apprehend the subject.  The fee is 10-20% of the total bonded amount.

For Example:  Let's say the bail bond agent pays $40,000 for their client to make bail.  Then, the person doesn't show up for their court date.  A Bounty Hunter "Bail Enforcement Agent is then called in to find the fugitive.  Upon capture, the individual is brought back to jail.  10% or $4000 of the total bonded amount is earned.

Just by finding a fugitive and taking him back to jail can yield several thousand dollars in a single day!

If you're tough enough and can handle the heat, then why not give it a try.  You'll never know if you'll like the business if you don't give it a shot.

If you talk to any bounty hunter "bail enforcement agent", they will all say the same thing.  If you try it once, you'll never want to stop.

Why?  1.)  The Amount of Rewards, 2.) The uninhibited power, and 3.) self-employment, and 4.) Personal Satisfaction of keeping the community safe.

 

 

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