California Fugitive Recovery Agent Training
Certification Programs ~ School Registrar ~ 1-877-726-9092

“You can’t build a reputation on what

you are going to do.”

-Henry Ford

This California Department of Insurance Approved Bail Bonds Training School has been declared by nearly 4,000 Bailspeak Alumni to be the Most Trusted, Most Transparent, and First Choice of Respected Bail Recruiters looking to fill job openings for Fugitive Recovery Agents, Posting Bail Agents, and Administrative Staff by the major bail corporations as well as the Mom & Pops Bail Bond Shops to the extent that Bailspeak Leads the Way from Sacramento to San Diego.

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This California Department of Insurance Approved Course Exceeds Bail Education Requirements and Continuously Resets Industry Standards to Become a Bail Bondsman or Bounty Hunter and with Bail Certification Instruction by licensed Bail Agents and is led by a Veteran Bail Bonds Business Owner with over Two Decades of Running Profitable Bail Companies Covering all Aspects of the Bail Bonds Business such as Bail Bond Motions, Sales, Marketing, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Small Business Operations, Human Resources and etceteras.


Bailspeak is insurmountable in leading the way insofar that it is the only California Bail Prelicensing, DOI Approved Bail Agent Training School that cannot be replicated in terms of its originality, evolving course methods, and—above all else—its complete and total transparency as evidenced by the photos, videos, and verifiable Alumni testimonials that you will find on this and its sister websites in support of its absolute, unparalleled and stellar bail industry reputation—bar none!


The Bailspeak California Department of Insurance Approved 20 Hour Bail Agent Pre-Licensing Course includes a full day of bail law and motion studies with an emphasis on Advanced Bounty Hunting, minimizing the liability associated with invasive forfeiture liability management or overt bounty hunting, and how to file and argue an application in a California Superior Court seeking a favorable ruling—based on actionable points of law—as an agent for a surety and all of which while understanding California Appellate Court trends in favor of encouraging non-opposition.


Stated differently, it simply isn’t possible to secure this type of live bail education apart from Bailspeak—according to new Alumni and Veteran Bail Bond Company owners who have personally taken this course as a part of their continuing bail education.


As always, Bailspeak’s Staff extends its many thanks to Bailspeak Alumni for supporting Bailspeak.

“Very informational.  Rex was easy to follow and understand and showed integrity the whole class.  I liked that Rex referred to actual instances.  Nice to get 100% honesty!”


“Rex keeps us tracking.  Very informative!”


“The handouts made the course easier, its make sure you know the truth.  I liked everything.  The instructor makes this course so much easier.”


“I learned a lot.”


“Learned a lot of useful information and it got me really pumped for moving forward in the bail industry.  Everything was new and fun to learn.  Looked forward to coming and getting to know new things.  Some things were pretty hard, but the instructor helped us understand.  Rex is a great instructor.  Couldn’t ask for a better instructor.”


“Handouts, practice tests really helped me & drawing to remember.  Everything was great!  Cannot wait to take my test!  Just a great class.  Motivated myself maybe to look into motions.  Learned way more than I was expecting!”


“Bail laws & real life examples.”


“Great stuff.  Material is great, easy to understand.  Real life examples, makes the course more clear and easy to understand the materials.”


“I liked the practice tests given because it showed what I personally need to improve with.  You are a great instructor and I am personally grateful for your attention to detail and passion for your students.  Thank You!”


A bounty hunter should consider not relying on training that instills rehearsed responses to predictive outcomes and, instead, focus on training that is designed to respond to changes in conditions with an emphasis on being so simple and without structure that such training is designed to mold and adjust to the matter at hand; these shapeless principles create the difficult task that today’s instructors must master as a sacrosanct teaching responsibility to students who intend to go into felony hazard situations—in my personal and professional opinion as a fugitive recovery training instructor.

Fugitive Recovery Training is imperative long before one takes action as a fugitive recovery agent who is tasked by a bail bonds company owner to conduct bail enforcement operations that are designed to investigate, locate, apprehend and transport a wanted fugitive who has jumped bail back to the jurisdiction from whence the bail jumper in question had fled.


There a great many disciplines to consider in the fugitive recovery trades in order to legally bounty hunt and to bounty hunt safely: knowledge of one’s legal authority as a private citizen to hunt and arrest another private citizen, a working knowledge of how to deescalate potentially critical incidents, personal self defense, physical fitness consistent with fugitive recovery, agent safety, tactical strategies, firearms safety and weapon retention, and how to stay out of criminal court, civil court and the morgue.


Here we arrive at one of the most overlooked aspects of the fugitive recovery business, which is, purely and simply, that a fugitive recovery agent is, in point of fact, running a small business that will require another whole set of commonly neglected skillsets: marketing, advertising, search engine optimization, outpacing competition, winning clients, client retention, tax liabilities, and this list can on for many more hours.


In this video, all the puzzle pieces of how to become a fugitive recovery agent are “hidden in plain sight” to the extent that most people will quickly lose interest and move on, but skilled fugitive recovery agents will see the content of this video for what it is.


Stay Safe and Watch Your Six,


Rex Venator

Bailspeak Fugitive Recovery Training Instructor



Bailspeak has always been mindful and wholly considerate of the wide ranging types of schedules, familial obligations, work restrictions and other factors that all goes to making its 20 hour bail agent pre-licensing and continuing bail education courses as convenient as is possible with classes regularly scheduled and held in Sacramento, Modesto, San Jose, Thousand Oaks, Riverside County, and San Diego; moreover, private classes are also arranged and have been held in Roseville, Auburn, Fresno, Chula Vista, Monterey, Los Angeles, Burbank, Lathrop, and many other cities.


For the convenience of prospective students, please feel free to review the schedule of classes for dates, times and locations of classes that are advertised in certain cities and ACTUALLY HELD in those cities rather than advertised in specific cities but in reality may or may not be held in far off distant cities, as such misleading advertising is becoming common to static or limited in scope providers who systematically advertise where classes are not held.

20 Hour Bail Agent Pre Licensing Roseville Sacramento

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.


I did not wake up one day and decide to be a bail education training instructor with no background in bail and its many, many subparts to include bail fugitive recovery.


My work in California Bail Education arrives from my earlier work in bounty hunting followed by bail bonds and then branching off into many other areas with some related to bail and others unrelated to bail.  In any case, I am able to openly communicate with surety executives, California Department of Insurance personnel, lawyers working on bail related matters in the California Superior Court systems, government investigators trying to understand how bail works, bounty hunters, major bail bond corporations, and the Mom and Pop shops that hire bounty hunters for fugitive recovery work.


As the photo included with this analysis may illustrate, I’ve been working in the California Bail Bonds Industry for many years, and I’ve crashed and burned from time to time but never gave up at anything.


I bring this up today because it would appear that more and more people are themselves branching off into bail education with an emphasis in fugitive recovery or bail enforcement but with an important distinction being the background in bail doesn’t seem to be present.


Succinctly put, while agent safety is very important in bail recovery, emphasizing training away from how to legally apprehend and book bail jumpers in favor of training in guns, guns and more guns is, arguably, counterproductive to becoming a bounty hunter simply because nearly all of those mentioned in paragraph one above and who hire bounty hunters may be held liable for what their bounty hunters do or do not do.  In other words, firearms as a self-defense tool in bounty hunting may very well be a fact and necessary tools of the trade, but people who hire bounty hunters probably won’t be impressed enough to take a purely firearms trained person seriously enough to hire.


How do I know this?  Well, a very long time ago, I myself had to learn how to advertise my bounty hunting services, and bail bond company owners were known to pass on me and anyone else who presented as a liability because the guns were too prevalent in the advertising.  Read: crash and burn and then the advertising problems were (see photograph) quickly fixed.


I maintain that proper firearm training is critical, but having only firearms training may not be a critical ingredient in finding work; accordingly, I find it curious that schools are now advertising bail enforcement courses but the backgrounds of most of the listed instructors is not in bail and in some cases not in bail at all.


This post isn’t about bail school competition popping up; the Free Market will sort out who stays and who goes.  This post is about providing certain points to consider if you or someone you know is thinking of taking steps to become a licensed bail agent, certified bail fugitive recovery person, or need to hire bounty hunters for bail bond forfeitures.


There is more information on how to become a bail bondsman and bounty hunter on the Bailspeak Mother website and many of its support websites ~ Good Luck and Stay Safe!






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Fugitive Recovery Agent Certification Courses held in Sacramento, Roseville, Lathrop, Modesto, Bakersfield, Los Angeles County, Riverside, Inland Empire and by Private Order


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