Bail Enforcement Agent
Criminal Justice Course for Fugitive Recovery Agent Certification
A Bail Enforcement Agent tracks down people or property as a representative of financial institutions and bail bondsmen. In Connecticut, agents need to complete a training course and receive a license before they can practice in a given area.
Some have backgrounds in law enforcement, while others do not. This work can be challenging and potentially dangerous. Employment opportunities abound for those interested in becoming a licensed bail enforcement agent or bondsman in Connecticut.
Our twenty-hour course, mandated by CGS 29-152f and approved by the CT State Police, covers a number of topics to prepare you with the education and knowledge needed to perform your duties safely and successfully.
Our instructor is authorized by the CT State Police to certify you in this program.
This class covers:
Use of force state statutes and case law
Laws of arrest
Search and Seizure
Constitutional Laws / Criminal Justice System
Group and Individual Class Fees:
Includes all training materials and book, and certificate of completion.
Pre-registration and advance payment is required.
Group Class Dates:
December 17, Tuesday
January 13, 2020, Monday
February 25, Tuesday
March 12, Thursday
March 24, Tuesday
April 17, Friday
April 27, Monday
Also held any day of the week when you want it. Just call 1-203-947-4327.
Classes begin at 8:30 am.
Following the successful completion of this class, you may apply for an interview with the CT State Police to obtain your Bail Enforcement Agent license.
Bail Enforcement Agents track down people who have failed to appear in court after paying bail. Such people are said to be “skipping” bail.
When bail has been paid by a bail bondsman on behalf of the accused, the bail bondsman may hire a nail enforcement agent to bring the fugitive to justice. While bail bondsmen do require collateral to issue loans, sometimes the full loan is not recoverable and the bail bondsman has an interest in getting the money back. Bail enforcement agents seek out and apprehend fugitives to return them to the court,.
This work also requires good observational skills and alertness, as recovery agents need to be able to act quickly in dangerous situations. Some recovery agents work on their own, while others work for agencies. Typically, they are paid a percentage of the total funds recovered.
Working for an agency can provide a steady supply of work, as well as benefits, such as use of a company car, but agents employed by agencies also make less per job and this must be balanced when weighing employment options.
To Register for Classes:
Via Telephone: 203-947-4327
Via email: email@example.com
HF LearnSafety Cancellation Policy: No refunds are available. If you are unable to attend a pre-registered class, you may reschedule by contacting us no later than three days prior to the class date. You may only reschedule once and must take the rescheduled class within a two-month period. Class registration is transferable to another person. HF LearnSafety reserves the right to cancel and reschedule any class due to low enrollment.