Today’s Arizona bounty hunters are much like Boba Fett, minus the armor and spaceship. Even if your criminal history is not spotless, if you are at least 18 and have lived in the state for a year, you can probably be a fugitive recovery agent (a/k/a bounty hunter).
Why Do 24-Hour Bail Bondsmen Use FRAs?
Phoenix bail bond offices can be compared to an insurance office. Insurance agents secure property against loss, like a fire or flood. If there is an issue with the policy, like a claim, an adjuster usually evaluates the loss and determines coverage.
Similarly, if there is a claim against the bail bond (ie, the bonded individual goes missing and/or does not show up for their court date), a FRA takes care of the claim. Usually, that claim involves bail-jumping. This terrible sounding event just means a failure to appear at a court hearing or fulfill other bail condition. Sometimes, these things are just honest misunderstandings and are straightened out after the bond agent makes a few phone calls and speaks with the individual to clear up their situation. But if they are not able to, a bounty hunter/fugitive recovery agent can step in and track down the individual from where they are hiding or from where they have run off to.
By investigating claims, fugitive recovery agents keep bail bond costs down for everyone else, much like insurance adjusters eliminate false claims and so keep risk levels low.
What Are Some Fugitive Recovery Agent Jobs?
Some fugitive recovery agents are like Dog the Bounty Hunter. They chase bad guys through city streets and back alleys. It takes a special kind of person to do these action-packed jobs.
Most fugitive recovery agents, however, are more like private detectives. Instead of a gun, they use a keyboard. They painstakingly track down leads, like credit card transaction histories and job records, to find a person’s current location. When it’s time to close in, they don’t put on their running shoes, they summon law enforcement officers.
Fugitive Recovery Agents assist the bail bonds agents but it all starts with great communication from the bond company and that is what Sanctuary Bail Bonds (bail bond near you) provides. They work with defendants to help them comply with bail conditions. That includes things like explaining all the terms and sending text message reminders about upcoming court dates. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure…for sure!
Basically, the entire Sanctuary Bail Bonds team is there for you. We get you out of jail fast and give you the tools you need to get out of jail before trial. Then, if you need a little extra support, the fugitive recovery agents help you stay out of jail. FRA’s also help keep bail bond costs down for everyone so we can pass that savings onto you. To get our whole Sanctuary Bail Bonds team on your side, contact us anytime 24/7 365 at (602) BAIL-247 or (602) 224-5247. To learn more about bail bonds visit our page FAQ-page or call us any time for a free bail bond consultation.
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