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Documentation Needed

DOCUMENTATION OF YOUR EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

Bail Enforcement Agent
The applicant must submit documentation showing at least 2,000 hours of bail enforcement/recovery experience.

Bail Recovery Agent
The applicant must submit documentation showing at least 1,000 hours of bail enforcement/recovery experience. A bail recovery agent may work as an employee of or as an independent contractor with a bail enforcement agency. A bail recovery agent may not directly provide services for members of the public. The applicant must provide an original signed letter from the bail bond company who intends to employ or contract with the applicant.

Bail Recovery Apprentice
An applicant who does not meet the experience requirements listed above may apply for a bail recovery apprentice license. A bail recovery apprentice must work under the direct supervision of a bail enforcement agent or bail recovery agent. The applicant must have a signed letter from the bail recovery agent who will provide the direct supervision. A bail recovery apprentice may not directly provide services for members of the public.

Surety Bond
All renewal licensees are required to have and maintain a “Bail Enforcement” surety bond in the amount of $10,000.