How does one become a bounty hunter/bail enforcement agent?
I am a 35 year old mother of 2 beautifull children and I have been a wife now for going on 6 years and a security gaurd for 10 but I have always known that being a security gaurd was only a job and that my career would be as a bounty hunter.I live in the state of florida and I have a few questions. 1)what is the difference between a bail bondsman and a bounty hunter? 2)How can I become a bounty hunter? 3) Do I need to be licensed or just certified? 4)What type of training or education do I need? 5)What powers does one have as a bounty hunter? 6)Do I have to go to a bounty hunting school or can I just do hands on training? 7)What weapons and other equiptment does a bounty hunter use? 8)How many women make it into the career as a bounty hunter? 9)If a bond is $50,000 how much does the bounty hunter make on that. thank you ever so much for your time,patience,information and help future hunter, shannon
Asked By: lady Von Nahrstedt - 8/22/2007
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
There is some great information on this at Wikipedia. That would be a good place to start and could probably answer most of your question. Good luck.
Answered By: Chief Yellow Horse - 8/22/2007
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The laws are different in each state. Check your state laws.
Answered By: BR - 8/22/2007
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