N.A.F.R.A

National Association of Fugitive Recovery Agents

National Association of Fugitive Recovery Agents. The Professional Association for Fugitive Recovery Agents, Bail Enforcement Agents & Bounty Hunters


Perform all fugitive recovery investigations in a moral, ethical, and legal manner;


Work entirely within the framework of the law – federal, state and local;


Arrest the bail fugitive in the most humane, legal, and responsible manner possible, never employing unnecessary force or violence;


Treat the prisoner in a humane, respectful, and non-degrading fashion while he or she is in custody;


Safeguard the lives of your fugitive recovery team-mates and promote goodwill among the fugitive recovery community;


Report all facts developed in a case promptly to assist in the bail surety agent’s exoneration of the bond;


Work hard and provide the best service possible to protect the assets of your clients;


Conduct yourself in a fashion that brings credit to the fugitive recovery industry, bail bond industry, the bail agency you represent and to the association;


Aid in furthering the professional image of the National Association of Fugitive Recovery Agents.


Refrain from unethically taking clients from other agents, or misusing trade information shared by fellow members, particularly when working with a mentor.


Resolve disagreements with the association or it’s members in a professional manner and refrain from making any public remarks about association or it’s members that may be considered derogatory.


Do not represent oneself as a spokesperson of the association, or speak on behalf of the association unless given explicit authorization by the current NAFRA President.


Do not divulge privileged information to non members, such as username and password to SkipNet or the members area.


***NOTE: Failure to abide by The NAFRA Code of Ethics may result in revocation of membership***