Since 1979 we've provided recovery services for bondsmen throughout the midwest. We provide a safe and effective service to recovery your subject wihout incident. One of the biggest concerns of bondsmen with a subject that has failed to appear is not just the forfeiture of a bond. It's hiring an inexperienced recovery agent and getting sued over an arrest gone wrong. Suddenly a $10K forfeiture is a $500,000 law suit. We have recovered hundreds of subjects with no law suits period. We have verifiable references available upon request from legitimate bail companies. We travel anywhere for Indiana skips. We can apprehend your out of state skips here in Indiana. We have extensive contacts throughout Indiana with an emphasis on the Indianapolis and NW Indiana area. Please contact us for your defendant recovery needs. Then overnight us a packet with a certified copy (with raised stamp) of the warrant with a 24hr contact number for warrant verification, certifed copy of the bond and a GOOD photo.
WE GET A NUMBER OF CALLS FROM PEOPLE INTERESTED IN "BOUNTY HUNTING" JOBS.
A note on TV show Bounty Hunters.
Known commonly today as bounty hunting which we find as an embrarassment to the professional bonding business. Staged TV shows with convicted felons in tough guy costumes glamorizing this industry have done nothing but create a negative image for those of us that take it seriously. The real bail recovery business doesn't resemble this. In the real world it's highly trained investigators using high tech investigative tools and hours of boring waiting and watching sometimes. We also have the good sense to use local police in many instances to help apprehend skips. Some of our subjects are very dangerous. If you tried to make an arrest with just a can of pepper spray you'd be in big trouble. But if you are a convicted felon like some TV bounty hunters you are unable to even own a firearm.
A note on Bounty Hunter training.
The popularity of phony TV "Bounty Hunter" shows has increased the number of bail enforcement schools in the the US. I've been at this a long time and the only school I can endorse is www.bailacademy.org the link is below. This school has been around for over 10 years and it's owner was personal friends with Lance Wilkinson. Lance was also a friend of mine and literally wrote the book on bail enforcement. For real training in this field contact them. Without it you are wasting your time. I doubt anyone would consider hiring you without it.