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Fugitive Recovery Agent Today I am going to talk about being a Fugitive Recovery Agent Law enforcement has sought out criminals and people who are fugitives for years Back when Wyatt Erp was a law man there were bounty hunters Bounty hunters are men or women who hunt down individuals who do not pay a bond I will explain how to become a recovery agent I will be talking and demonstrating steps to apprehend a fugitive and I will tell you some laws around a fugitive recovery agent I Fugitive Recovery Agents are contracted by bail bondsmen to bring in people who posted bail and then failed to appear on their court date Getting these people back without incident is important to the bail bondsman In order to become an agent there are requirements TENNESSEE CODE ANNOTATED TITLE 40 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CHAPTER 11 BAIL Part 3-- Professional Bondsmen 40-11-301 A The agent must be authorized by the bail or depositor of bail to apprehend a bailfugitive B Must have a bail license from another state C Must be at least 18years of age D Must have completed a 40-hour power of arrest course E Must have completed a 12-hour pre-licensing bail education F Must not have been convicted of a felony II I will demonstrate what to say when apprehending a fugitive and I will explain how to detain them This process is not always easy but with some fugitives it is Always be very cautious and always expect the worst III These are some laws that I abide by A A recovery agent has to have a hand gun permit to carry B Tenn Code Ann 40-11-133 allows a bounty hunter to arrest a bail jumper at any place in this state necessarily including the bail jumpers residence Tennessee courts would likely conclude that a bounty hunter may if necessary use reasonable force to enter the bail jumpers residence C Although Tenn
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