How to Become a Bail Recovery Agent? Our WA State Bail Recovery Agent Course!

How to Become a Bail Recovery Agent?

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The requirements for becoming a bail recovery agent or bail enforcement officer.  Check out Olytac’s Bail Recovery Agent Training Course!

Olympic Tactical & Investigations LLC is proud to offer our comprehensive WA State Bail Recovery Agent Course.  This class is designed to meet all WA DOL requirements for licensing as a Bail Recovery Agent in WA State.  This class is 60 hours during 5 days of training.  We select the most experienced industry instructors from our cadre of instructors.  We have 3 instructors that have been active in Bail Recovery for years, as well as some of the best topic specific instructors in the Northwest.  You will not find a more comprehensive or professional course anywhere.

We offer a 5 day, 60 hour Bail Enforcement Agent or Bail Recovery Agent Course.  This class is for Fugitive Recovery Agents as well.

This class meets and exceeds all of the Washington State Department of Licensing Requirements.

Let us know what you need and we will be happy to customize a class for you!

Training Modules Included

  • BRA Introduction
  • BRA History
  • BRA Terms and Practical Information
  • US Constitutional Law
  • WA State Law
  • Civil and Criminal Liability
  • Contracts
  • Taylor v. Taintor
  • Use of Force
  • Identify and Locate
  • Transport of Detainees
  • Exoneration
  • Surveillance
  • Defensive Tactics
  • OC Spray Certification
  • ASP Handcuffing and Restraint Certification
  • Taser Certification
  • ASP Expandable Baton Certification
  • WA CJTC Firearms Certification
  • Threat Assessments
  • Intro to Tactical Entries

 

Course Registration Information

Email info@olytac.com for registration form

Course Cost:  $1200/student

Limited to 12 students, 6 minimum

No limit on number of firearms to be certified

Comprehensive Student Manual and CD/DVD

Multiple Certifications with completion of Class

 

 

3 replies
    • admin
      admin says:

      You can check the State DOL website regarding requirements for licensing and training.
      What we offer is a course study manual for home study prior to the training course. Then we do a 6-8 hour PI course and administer the exam.
      The study material is a huge volume of information, which is why we do it as home study.
      We also offer many different courses as individual modules, such as surveillance/counter surveillance, report writing, courtroom demeanor, etc…….

      The cost for the basic PI course and examination varies according to the number of students in the class. If you can attend a previously scheduled class it will be cheaper than doing a private one.

      After you look at all the licensing and training requirements, feel free to email me back with any questions you have.
      Best regards,
      Greg
      greg@olytac.com

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  1. Alejandra Albert
    Alejandra Albert says:

    Many states now require licensing and they require that you attend a state specific school. You’ll need to check your state’s laws and make sure you do what is required. There are states where you can’t be a recovery agent, such as Arkansas, Florida, Texas and the non-bail states of Illinois, Kentucky, Oregon and Wisconsin. If you get caught there, you’ll wind up in jail for kidnapping. And then there’s states like Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Nevada and a few more where if you don’t hold a license from that state, you’ll wind up in jail. No money in that! Of course, you also need to know about the Uniform Extradition Act and be sure you comply with it in each state. One word of caution – there’s a bunch of schools out there that will take a bunch of your money and only get you into trouble. Ask a lot of questions and get as many references as you can – and call the references. If you’re afraid to call the references, you’re looking at the wrong profession. Ask the bail agents you know which school they recommend.

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