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Old 09-11-2018, 6:05 AM
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Default Be careful out there bounty hunters pretending to be federal law enforcement

There is a company based out of LA called US Fugitive Service that is pretending to be an agency of the government. They even have fancy wallets, with metal badges on the outside. They are bail recovery agents aka bounty hunters.

I'm pretty sure of the answer to this question, but perhaps someone in law enforcement can verify it for me: Are bail bonds agents a branch of the federal government, in any way, shape or form?

My understanding is that they are not law enforcement. They must be registered with the state of CA Insurance department, just like security guards.
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There is a company based out of LA called US Fugitive Service that is pretending to be an agency of the government. They even have fancy wallets, with metal badges on the outside. They are bail recovery agents aka bounty hunters.

I'm pretty sure of the answer to this question, but perhaps someone in law enforcement can verify it for me: Are bail bonds agents a branch of the federal government, in any way, shape or form?

My understanding is that they are not law enforcement. They must be registered with the state of CA Insurance department, just like security guards.
What specific actions are they taking where they are pretending to be part of the government? Are they claiming to be federal law enforcement?
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They are authorized by federal law, but they are not part of the government in any way shape or form. But it's all a moot point since Ca will do away the the bail system in a few short year's, putting them out of business.
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Also, the Soverign Citizens have their own “Marshalls”. They are outfitted like you might see any number of local tac units.

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They came out of a house, claiming to be undercover. When I asked which agency they worked for they would not answer. And even better, I asked if they were bail agents, that set them off
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They even have fancy wallets, with metal badges on the outside.

CCW badges?!?!
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They came out of a house, claiming to be undercover. When I asked which agency they worked for they would not answer. And even better, I asked if they were bail agents, that set them off
So at what point did they claim to be federal law enforcement?
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That they would supposedly take me in for some guard card crap
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Not sure if there is any point to this obscure thread.
OP, did you call PD on them?
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Starting to think there's a lot more to this story.
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is this the outfit - like the typos on their site

http://usfugitivesvc.us/

US Fugitive Service International specialize in high risk nationwide fugitive retrieval, prisoner transportation, and criminal extradition services. We are staffed by prior- law enforcement, and ex-military professionals. US Fugitive Service International offers Bail Enforcement Services, specializing in exonerating bail bonds by apprehending and surrendering a fugitive from justice who has either failed to appear as ordered by the Judicial District, or has the bond revoked by the bondman or co-signer.

US Fugitive Service International staff , agents and investigator have over 20 years combined bail bonds, law enforcement, court, security and military experience.

Our goal at US Fugitive Service International is protecting your liability by exonerating your bonds. We are committed to our clients and conduct our fugitive investigative assignments utilizing only professionalism and credentialed investigators. Our Fugitive Investigative Service covers all 50 states and U.S. Territories with a specializiation in international investigations abroad. We hsave access to the INTERPOL Network and many other foreign databases.
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I'm not seeing anything here that would fit the claim by the OP that they were "pretending to be federal law enforcement".
So OP, were you harboring a fugitive? What is the real issue?
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Mysterious men in black w/fancy wallets, unknown agency???
I'm in!
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Mysterious men in black w/fancy wallets, unknown agency???
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Musta been these guys...
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This thread is warming up. Atta boy! We’ll eventually get to the real story.
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There is a company based out of LA called US Fugitive Service that is pretending to be an agency of the government. They even have fancy wallets, with metal badges on the outside. They are bail recovery agents aka bounty hunters.

I'm pretty sure of the answer to this question, but perhaps someone in law enforcement can verify it for me: Are bail bonds agents a branch of the federal government, in any way, shape or form?

My understanding is that they are not law enforcement. They must be registered with the state of CA Insurance department, just like security guards.
https://www.ballisticmag.com/2016/04...itive-service/

No...the individuals that are in this type of work are not any type of law enforcement especially federal. The fugitive recovery people that work in California are covered under penal code 1299 and they have specific training requirements. They can only wear vests that state BAIL BOND RECOVERY AGENT, BAIL ENFORCEMENT, or BAIL ENFORCEMENT AGENT only. I see from their website they are out of compliance because on their website it has a photograph that shows someone wearing a vest that has USFS AGENT on it which is out of compliance. The one problem with the bail industry is it is not much regulated when to comes to the fugitive recovery portion of it. Also they are not legally permitted to carry a firearm while doing this type of work but do under a certain penal code which allows someone to possess a weapon while in the commission of making arrest. This law is abused by the fugitive recovery people. I worked in this field for almost 2 years and I came across a lot of clowns and wannabees.
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Because people are not eager to shoot back. There was a time when these kind of rats used to threaten me and my family, and there comes a point where fighting back becomes the only solution. Dont matter what their old crappy job was, the moment they threaten my loved ones, their days of breathing fresh air end in an instant.
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Because people are not eager to shoot back. There was a time when these kind of rats used to threaten me and my family, and there comes a point where fighting back becomes the only solution. Dont matter what their old crappy job was, the moment they threaten my loved ones, their days of breathing fresh air end in an instant.
Why did you resurrect a 6-month-old thread?
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Why did you resurrect a 6-month-old thread?
Or associate with wanted fugitives?
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These yahoos recently appeared out in my neck o' the woods.....

VCSD lookalikes, or damn close to it, too close in my opinion.


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They look like rent a cop wanna-be federal agents. Pretending to be something they're not. Lmao these types crack me up, never had what it takes to be a real cop/agent. Their staff is comprised of "former LEO and military professionals" yeah right lmao, most of the time it is power hungry thugs who never had what it takes for the real academy so they become a security guard or bailbond agent fronting like they are LEOs. Clowns.
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Good way to get their as5 shot off. They would be on ground wearing their own cuffs. First night in the glass house second in terminal island.
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VCSD lookalikes, or damn close to it, too close in my opinion.


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Really, with the wave of home invasions and the easy availability to buy any questionable, but close enough uniforms to fool the average person; where can a person really shoot back or hold them at gunpoint until the real cops arrive? The irony about "crime" is that the media and the Sacramento Politburo is making law-abiding gun owners into instant criminals overnight, with no advocate to speak for the gun owner. If this happened with car drivers overnight, those new felonies would be repealed overnight
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They came out of a house, claiming to be undercover. When I asked which agency they worked for they would not answer. And even better, I asked if they were bail agents, that set them off
1) did you call police
2) prosecute for Trespassing
3) prosecute for Force entry/ burglary
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Read the Bail agreement that you or a family member signed



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here are some codes you can look up
7. Bail Agent’s Arrest Authority.

California Penal code allows the agent to arrest the principal himself or empower another to do so. [PC 1301]

10. Bounty Hunter Provisions.

In September 1999, California enacted a law (A 243) regulating bounty hunters, termed “bail fugitive recovery persons” in the statute. This law added section 1299 to the California Penal Code. The bail fugitive recovery person is defined as one who has “written authorization” by a bail agent, surety, etc., (under PC 1300 and 1301) and is contracted to investigate, surveil, locate, and arrest a bail fugitive for surrender to appropriate authorities, or any person employed to assist in the arrest of such a fugitive.

1. Licensing Requirements. [PC 1299.04(a)(1)-(5)]

be at least 18 years old [PC 1299.04(a)(1)],
completion of a 40 hour power of arrest course [PC 1299.04(a)(2)],
completion of a minimum of 12 hours classroom education pursuant to IC 1810.7 [PC 1299.04(a)(3)],
completion of a training course in the exercise of the power to arrest pursuant to Section 7583.7 of Business and Professions Code [PC 1299.04(a)(4)],
no felony convictions [PC 1299.03(a)(5)].
2. Arrest Authority. [PC 1299.02]

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Qualifications and Requirements to Become a California Bounty Hunter
Full Penal Code 1299 Law Sections
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“Bail fugitive recovery person” means a person who is provided written authorization pursuant to Sections 1300 and 1301 by the bail or depositor of bail, and is contracted to investigate, surveil, locate, and arrest a bail fugitive for surrender to the appropriate court, jail, or police department, and any person who is employed to assist a bail or depositor of bail to investigate, surveil, locate, and arrest a bail fugitive for surrender to the appropriate court, jail, or police department.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)


California Department of Insurance Provider Numbers: 172113 & 172114

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Penal Code Section 1299.02


(a) No person, other than a certified law enforcement officer, shall be authorized to apprehend, detain, or arrest a bail fugitive unless that person meets one of the following conditions:

(1) Is a bail as defined in subdivision (b) of Section 1299.01 or a depositor of bail as defined in subdivision (c) of Section 1299.01.

(2) Is a bail fugitive recovery person as defined in subdivision (d) of Section 1299.01.

(3) Holds a bail license issued by a state other than California or is authorized by another state to transact and post bail and is in compliance with the provisions of Section 847.5 with respect to the arrest of a bail fugitive.

(4) Is licensed as a private investigator as provided in Chapter 11.3 (commencing with Section 7512) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code.

(5) Holds a private investigator license issued by another state, is authorized by the bail or depositor of bail to apprehend a bail fugitive, and is in compliance with the provisions of Section 847.5 with respect to the arrest of a bail fugitive.

(b) This article shall not prohibit an arrest pursuant to Sections 837, 838, and 839.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.04


(a) A bail fugitive recovery person, a bail agent, bail permittee, or bail solicitor who Contracts his or her services to another bail agent or surety as a bail fugitive recovery person for the purposes specified in subdivision (d) of Section 1299.01, and any bail agent, bail permittee, or bail solicitor who obtains licensing after January 1, 2000, and who engages in the arrest of a defendant pursuant to Section 1301 shall comply with the following requirements:

(1) The person shall be at least 18 years of age.

(2) The person shall have completed a 40-hour power of arrest course certified by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training pursuant to Section 832. Completion of the course shall be for educational purposes only and not intended to confer the power of arrest of a peace officer or public officer, or agent of any federal, state, or local government, unless the person is so employed by a governmental agency.

(3) The person shall have completed a minimum of 20 hours of classroom education certified pursuant to Section 1810.7 of the Insurance Code.

(4) The person shall not have been convicted of a felony, unless the person is licensed by the Department of Insurance pursuant to Section 1800 of the Insurance Code.

(b) Upon completion of any course or training program required by this section, an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall carry certificates of completion with him or her at all times in the course of performing his or her duties under this article.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.05


In performing a bail fugitive apprehension, an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall comply with all laws applicable to that apprehension.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.06


Before apprehending a bail fugitive, an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall have in his or her possession proper documentation of authority to apprehend issued by the bail or depositor of bail as prescribed in Sections 1300 and 1301. The authority to apprehend document shall include all of the following information: the name of the individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive and any fictitious name, if applicable; the address of the principal office of the individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive; and the name and principal business address of the bail agency, surety company, or other party contracting with the individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.07


(a) An individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not represent himself or herself in any manner as being a sworn law enforcement officer.

(b) An individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not wear any uniform that represents himself or herself as belonging to any part or department of a federal, state, or local government. Any uniform shall not display the words United States, Bureau, Task Force, Federal, or other substantially similar words that a reasonable person may mistake for a government agency.

(c) An individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not wear or otherwise use a badge that represents himself or herself as belonging to any part or department of the federal, state, or local government.

(d) An individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not use a fictitious name that represents himself or herself as belonging to any federal, state, or local government.

(e) An individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive may wear a jacket, shirt, or vest with the words “BAIL BOND RECOVERY AGENT,” “BAIL ENFORCEMENT,” or “BAIL ENFORCEMENT AGENT” displayed in letters at least two inches high across the front or back of the jacket, shirt, or vest and in a contrasting color to that of the jacket, shirt, or vest.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.08


(a) Except under exigent circumstances, an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall, prior to and no more than six hours before attempting to apprehend the bail fugitive, notify the local police department or sheriff’s department of the intent to apprehend a bail fugitive in that jurisdiction by doing all of the following:

(1) Indicating the name of an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive entering the jurisdiction.

(2) Stating the approximate time an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive will be entering the jurisdiction and the approximate length of the stay.

(3) Stating the name and approximate location of the bail fugitive.

(b) If an exigent circumstance does arise and prior notification is not given as provided in subdivision (a), an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall notify the local police department or sheriff’s department immediately after the apprehension, and upon request of the local jurisdiction, shall submit a detailed explanation of those exigent circumstances within three working days after the apprehension is made.

(c) This section shall not preclude an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive from making or attempting to make a lawful arrest of a bail fugitive on bond pursuant to Section 1300 or 1301. The fact that a bench warrant is not located or entered into a warrant depository or system shall not affect a lawful arrest of the bail fugitive.

(d) For the purposes of this section, notice may be provided to a local law enforcement agency by telephone prior to the arrest or, after the arrest has taken place, if exigent circumstances exist. In that case the name or operator number of the employee receiving the notice information shall be obtained and retained by the bail, depositor of bail, or bail fugitive recovery person.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.09


An individual, authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not forcibly enter a premises except as provided for in Section 844.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.10


An individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not carry a firearm or other weapon unless in compliance with the laws of the state.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.11


Any person who violates this act, or who conspires with another person to violate this act, or who hires an individual to apprehend a bail fugitive, knowing that the individual is not authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive, is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of five thousand dollars ($5,000) or by imprisonment in a county jail not to exceed one year, or by both that imprisonment and fine.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)

Penal Code Section 1299.12


Nothing in this article is intended to exempt from licensure persons otherwise required to be licensed as private investigators pursuant to Chapter 11.3 (commencing with Section 7512) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code.

(Added by Stats. 2012, Ch. 747, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)
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I’ll be curious to see what these type of businesses end up doing after Senate Bill 10 goes to vote in the 2020 election. I find it hard to believe the voters will not approve the removal of the cash bail system.
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What it takes to become the "Elite"

https://youtu.be/Atu2Gvs2jZw

Wait... were those guys conducting a traffic stop?

William, Tom, Frank!
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A few years ago these guys were discussed here on CGN.. I just had to save the pics.


The "SEALS"

LOL

https://sealsecurity.com/

Here was the thread. It was a real laugher...
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