FRA BOUNTY OPS

Your Strategic Provision

FRA BOUNTY OPS is a different sort of fugitive recovery and bounty business. There are so many risk taken in the business with kicking down doors, being arrested while aprehending a suspect, chasing who knows what kind of crazy, and being insulted by unprofessional idiot wantabees when just trying to serve like every one else. FRA BOUNTY OPS decided to become the catalyst to a new trend of fugitive recovery and bounty business by creating a corporate business model that assist our industry with the technology to make more profit and provide more family time. Our business model allows you to be with your family, take less dangerous risk, and be much more efficient and profitable. We have the ability to set your business up with IP tracking systems using 3D Facial Recognition packages. You can be in the middle of the desert or in the largest city using our technology. Our packages include upto 35 mile radious private network access and mobile live stream systems to monitor the suspects area of pattern, and all in stealth mode.

You set up and then wait for a match, it is that simple. Call us for a free consultation 520-639-6127.

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The Laws:

Taylor v. Taintor, 16 Wall (83 U.S. 366, 21 L. Ed 287)


"When bail is given, the principal is regarded as delivered to the custody of his sureties. Their dominion is a continuance of the original imprisonment. Whenever they choose to do so, they may seize him and deliver him up in their discharge; and if that cannot be done at once, they may imprison him until it can be done. They may exercise their rights in person or by agent. They may pursue him into another State; may arrest him on the Sabbath; and if necessary, may break and enter his house for that purpose. The seizure is not made by virtue of new process. None is needed. It is likened to the rearrest by the sheriff of an escaping prisoner"

FRA BOUNTY OPS
"Your Strategic Provision"...

As of 2008, four states, Illinois, Kentucky, Oregon, and Wisconsin prohibited the practice, as they have abolished commercial bail bonds and banned the commercial bail bonds industry within their borders.[1] As of 2012 Nebraska and Maine in addition to the aforementioned Illinois, Kentucky, Oregon and Wisconsin prohibited surety bail bonds.[8] Another three states, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, as well as the District of Columbia heavily restrict bounty hunting.Bounty hunters are expected to understand procedural protocols. Additionally, bounty hunters are expected to understand civil and criminal law as it pertains to fugitive recovery

Legal and Procedural Training

Because each state has its own set of rules and legal limitations specific to bounty hunting, procedural and legal training may be geared to the laws of a particular state. For example, specialized training providers may cover penal codes and criminal extradition laws specific to the state in which their training institution is located.

Bounty hunters are expected to understand procedural protocols related to:

The proper use of force
Entry and seizure
The use of weapons and firearms
Transporting fugitives
The legal process
The bail bond process

Additionally, bounty hunters are expected to understand civil and criminal law as it pertains to fugitive recovery, which may include:

State laws and statutes
Constitutional law
Detainee civil rights
Law related to surveillance and accessing public records
Procedure related to surrendering defendants to law enforcement

Bounty Hunter Skills Training

Most aspects of skills training is applicable to all bounty hunters, regardless of the state in which they are licensed. This can include everything from handcuffing techniques and tactical entry, to self-defense and firearms training.
Firearms and Non-Lethal Weapons Training – In states that allow bounty hunters to carry firearms or other weapons, additional training and certification should be expected. This often involves formal firearms training and certification through the Criminal Justice Training Commission (CJTC). Additional training is often required specific to the use of such non-lethal weapons as tasters, batons and pepper spray.
Self Defense Training – The profession can be very physically demanding, as it often involves foot pursuits and the apprehension of fugitives who would do almost anything to avoid jail time. As such, bounty hunters sometimes seek additional training in self-defense, through elective classes in martial arts or kickboxing.
Field Training – On-the-job training for bounty hunters often involves an apprenticeship with a seasoned bail bondsman or bounty hunter. Some states require newly licensed bounty hunters to work under a supervising bounty hunter during their initial licensure period. This is the real-world component of a bounty hunter’s training in which they come face to face with all the challenges and excitement the career has to offer. This will involve everything from chasing down leads and performing surveillance, to capturing and arresting criminal fugitives.
 


Our Founder

Family Man / Entrepreneur

First, and foremost, Fredrick Hiner is a family man. Fredrick is married to his sweetheart, Jennifer of 21 years and they have four children: Danielle 23, Micaiah 18, Micah 16, and Moriah 12. Fredrick believes the secret to his success is a strong marriage and accepting the role of being a supportive and engaged father. Spending valuable time with his spouse and children allow Fredrick to exercise his abilities in the corporate world, working guilt free and seeing the desired results from his efforts.

Innovator

Mr. Hiner’s international resources and diverse ventures enhance any business relationship, with corporations of all types. He is involved in Macro Economics, Rural Recovery, Foreign and National Investment, New Technologies, Sustainable Business Eco Systems, Marketing, Media, Business Solutions and Assessments, Law and many more ventures. If you are a business owner, entrepreneur or a parent, there are certain traits of leadership that overlap. How you run your home, is how you will run your business and vice versa. With over 100,000 million in confirmed conceptual sales, He is an asset to whom he chooses to work with.

Current Activity

Mr. Hiner has sold out his shares in over 20 businesses to pursue new adventures in the Law Enforcement Industry. He is owner of Sere Administrative Services a Non Profit CDC Corporation, BDC Consulting, HNS Holdings, FRA Bounty OPS and now part owner of International Organization. He is publishing his 3rd book and helping his daughter with opening a new law firm with a “Class 1 Government Security Clearance”. His devotion to this new venture is top priority for the next few years until it stands alone.
 


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