Bail Enforcement Agent Training Manual & Field Guide
|Author||Ben Hibbits, Jack McGhee|
|Genre||Civil Procedure Law|
|Merchant||Rakuten Kobo Canada|
|Website||Rakuten Kobo Canada|
Bail enforcement is an occupation that is both challenging and rewarding. It is about the task of finding, apprehending and delivering back to jail "wanted" men and women. The element of crime makes this a potentially dangerous profession. The very nature of the business is taking people who have failed to comply with the provisions of their bail back to the court system so that they may have their day in court, effecting a re-arrest of this individual because they, for whatever reason, did not comply with the conditions of their release. Some of these charged people are merely traffic violators while others may be more violent offenders. Some may have made an honest mistake and missed court but most are well aware that they are wanted. Regardless of the charge the objective stays the same: to locate and deliver the defendant and to do it as safely as possible for everyone concerned.