Certified Bail Recovery Agent Training
Welcome to Kitsap Bail Academy, a division of 11:11 Bail Bonds. Becoming a Washington State Bail Enforcement Agent is serious business, and your life could depend on your training. Unlike the entertainment of television shows depicting constant action and captures, a real-life Bail Enforcement Agent knows that field experience and extensive training are paramount for his/her safety and well-being.
Our goal is to give you the best training and support available in your endeavor to become a Washington State Bail Enforcement agent. You can count on Kitsap Bail Academy to be with you every step of the rigorous process. We are always available to students after completion of training.
Your safety is not just a priority to us, it is a priority to the State of Washington. Our instructors have many years of field experience and have made a commitment to continue seeking education in the field of bail enforcement.
We also require the willingness to go above and beyond the state requirements from all our students.
Class size is limited and there is often a wait-list. Visit our Kitsap Bail Academy Facebook page to find out when the next class is, and take the first step on your way to becoming a Washington State Bail Enforcement Agent.
Bail Bond Recovery Agent Requirements
All bail bond recovery agents must…
- Be at least 21 years old.
- Be a United States citizen or resident alien.
- Have no criminal convictions that directly relate to their ability to perform the duties of a bail bond recovery agent or that hinders public safety.
- Have a high school diploma, GED, or proof of 3 years’ experience in the bail industry.
- Have a Concealed Pistol License (CPL)
To get started…
- Complete the Bail Bond Recovery Agent pre-license training: 32hr Field Operations, 8hr OC/Baton/Taser (this is the class we provide.)
- Complete firearms training (this is a separate class). All applicants must take firearms training from a Criminal Justice Training Commission (CJTC) firearms training instructor and be certified through CJTC. You will meet our trainer in the 32hr Field Operations class.
- Submit application, fingerprints, proof of pre-license training and fee to the Department of Licensing.
- Pass an exam covering the training topics. DOL will schedule your exam at the location you choose within 3 weeks of receiving your paid application. See Exams for more info.
- See DOL’s How To Get Your License for complete details.
Download our application for BBRA pre-licensing training:
Kitsap Bail Academy also offers Continuing Education (CE) for Bail Recovery Agents as well as Pre-licensing and CE for Bail Bond Agents.