Robert D. Muse
Constitutional Sheriff Candidate
Idaho Criminal & Civil Justice.Net
SOP Procedures - Robert Muse Bail Bonds@gmail.com or 208-697-2167
Standard Operating Procedures

I.S.T.A.R.LLC IDAHO SECURITY TACTICAL ASSET RECOVERY LLC SERVICES

Idaho Criminal Justice
Bail Enforcement and Fugitive Recovery Services
List of Bail Companies: References

    Jerome Fast Bail Bonds Jack Green
    Weiser Duvall Bail Bonds John Duvall
    Boise Hometown Bail Bonds Eddie Cain
    Boise Cladis Bail Bonds Kathy Cladis
    Caldwell Anna’s Bail Bonds Anna Banna
    Boise ABC Bail Bonds Jonna Duvall
    Treasure Valley Attorneys

Investigator and Special Agent - Robert Muse

Credentials

29 Years Criminal Justice Combined Experience

 

Currently Director of Safety and Security

Our mission is Private Police on Private Property

12 special protection officers fully armed team with direct supervision over 4000 citizens attending a multiclutural weekend event center with live music per month.

Crimes include misdemeanor and felony arrests

 


Bail Enforcement, Fugitive Recovery, Law Enforcement, Private and Court appointed Investigator, World Wide Corporate Protection Services, University Public Safety,

Military Security Forces for Nuclear WMD

2009 Previous State Representative for PBAI, Lobbyist, Instructor,  for the Professional

Bail Agent of Idaho

Current 7 year member of the Professional Bail Agents of Idaho

3 Certified Law Enforcement Taser Instructor Certifications

Previous Idaho POST Certified Law Enforcement Officer

Detention Academy Graduate from POST


FTO - Field Training Officer. Arrest, weapons, procedures, policies, strategic deployment, communications, riot control, vehicle safety, emergency response, ground combat and other assorted survival techniques.

Master Degree Public Safety Leadership June 30, 2012
Master Degree Public Criminal Justice Specialization 2008
Master Degree Human Social Services 2008
Master Degree Certificate Substance Addiction Counseling
Bachelor of Science Degree 2006
Bachelor of Science Achievement Professional Certificates
1. Crime Scene Investigation
2. Legal Studies and Court Process
3. Corrections Technician
4. Law Enforcement Skills

Military
USAF
Strategic Air Command
Security Police Forces Oath

Through toil and strife we gave it all, our hearts, our life. A page in history a chapter in time; We fought for freedom, yours and mine. We stayed vigilant through cold and rain, and bear the fatigue, hardship, and pain. This piece of ground, we will defend, side by side 'till the bitter end protected by the USAF Blue Beret.

 

“Our Mission at Idaho Criminal Justice”

 

The primary duties of a Bail Enforcement Officer and Fugitive Recovery Agent, are “service before self, defend with courage, train with passion” to serve with integrity and protect our citizens from harm.


Professional ethical behavior is established by the Bill of Rights when we are dealing with the citizens of this republic.

This reflects a constitutional authority given to us by the United States Supreme Court.

This trust defines our individual morality as a Bail Enforcement Officer or Fugitive Recovery Agent.

The Oath
I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the Constitution of the United States and of the State of Idaho. I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of A Bail Enforcement Officer and Fugitive Recovery Agent according to the best of my professional ethical and personal moral abilities..."
So help me God…..

Note:


We are private citizens assigned by a court forfeiture notice and an authorized signed bail agency affidavit to arrest – remember we are not police, security guards or security officers.

What is in a name? Idaho Criminal Justice

“A professional name that relates to our work and is non-threatening to our clients and police officers”

 

The Uniform Criminal Extradition Act (UCEA)Treats of the recovery of fugitives across state lines.

 

It is a procedure whereby fugitives who have committed a crime in a state, can be returned from their current state to that where the offense was committed. Though extradition is a government function, the UCEA constrains the traditional practice of bail fugitive recovery across state lines. Under the UCEA, a private person can arrest a fugitive accused of a crime in another state for which the punishment is at least one year of confinement. However, the accused must be brought before a judge or magistrate within 24 hours of arrest, whereupon he will be confined to allow for formal extradition process from the requesting state. All states, but two, Missouri and South Carolina, and two territories have adopted the UCEA. Since the late 80's, courts have said that UCEA also applies to bail fugitives.

A Word About the Uniform Criminal Extradition Act(UCEA)

The UCEA treats of the recovery of fugitives across state lines. It is a procedure whereby fugitives who have committed a crime in a state, can be returned from their current state to that where the offense was committed. Though extradition is a government function, the UCEA constrains the traditional practice of bail fugitive recovery across state lines. Under the UCEA, a private person can arrest a fugitive accused of a crime in another state for which the punishment is at least one year of confinement. But the accused must be brought before a judge or magistrate within 24 hours of arrest, whereupon he will be confined to allow for formal extradition process from the requesting state. All states, but two, Missouri and South Carolina, and two territories have adopted the UCEA. Since the late 80's, courts have said that UCEA also applies to bail fugitives.

Example of a Chain of Command:


Client Agency _____________Name
Idaho Criminal Justice ______ Investigator (Robert) Reviews and Assigns Case
Special Agent______________ R.I.P. List Construction of field and operational manual
Investigator (Robert) ________ Strategic Planning – Cost, Time, Skill, Risk, Liability
Recovery Team_____________ Meeting and Assignments
Operations_________________ In state, out of state, local
Special Agent designation – Recon Primary Mission
Robert ____________________Recon 1 3 & 4 Judicial District, Local
Josh______________________ Recon 2 3 & 4 Judicial District, out of area
Dave _____________________Recon 31 3 Judicial District, out of area
James_____________________ Recon 41 4 Judicial District, out of area


Public Relations – Community Service
Investigate, interview, recon, observe, report, paperwork, intervention, apprehension & arrest, search & burn, field operations (OPS) security and protection with use of force guidelines. Proper procedure for making unknown-risk arrests (misdemeanor) or (felony)

    Interviews of potential informants
    Experience in hostile environments
    Lawful behavior
    Weapons training
    Control, restraint, and handcuffing
    Shoot and don’t shoot scenarios
    Court experiences


Definition of Special Agents


Tactical Methodology
(SPS) Supervisor, Primary, Secondary
Supervisor_______________________________________________________(Agency)

Primary Agent___________ Investigator – Integration, intervention, Search authorization

Secondary agents_________ Cover - At the door, paper work, control digital or paper recorder of interview, radio network to perimeter agents. Retrieve items from vehicle.

Perimeter Agents _________Cover-Operations perimeter security, collection of license plates of suspicious vehicles passing by, watching windows, stopping others and holding suspects or persons from entering the interview area. Requires immediate (verbal – radio) notification to the primary agent for permission to allow a person to enter the direct interview zone.

Any Agent can become the primary instantly when he sees a weapon until TRANSFERRED TO SUPERVISOR or SENIOR PRIMARY AGENT on scene. The primary can transfer to cover agent when needed caused by the fluid dynamic of a changing environment caused by hostility, interview skills, and any other reason necessary to a positive outcome.


Team Supervisor
Well organized
Coordinating tasks
Arrangements
Notified local law enforcements
Mapped out travel
Members are properly equipped
Solid plan of action
Teams limitations
Operations – Primary Agent communication and deployment
Advising Supervisor when team is in position
Advising Supervisor you are about to knock on door
Advising Supervisor of movement in your area of responsibility
Advising Supervisor of such problems as dogs, debris, or people living in the back of the target location
Advising Supervisor that you made contact at door
Advising Supervisor you have entered the location with permission and signed paper work or recorded
Advising Supervisor you are entering as a two-man team to search
Advising Supervisor someone jumped out the back window
Locating the right Bail Fugitive

    Make sure the arrest is legal with the correct date and verify with repository, dispatch, and Supervisor
    When approaching use caution and split the circle equally with your cover agents
    Have a picture of fugitive ready poster or business card
    Show the picture to fugitive and say you know why we are here?
    The fugitive may say that the picture sucks confirming his identity, eye color, ear lobes, tattoos, scars etc. these should be on wanted poster
    Notify Police for backup if unsure for positive identification

WHY THE CLIENT IS BEING ARRESTED?
BECAUSE OF PROMISES THE DEFENDANT HAS NOT KEPT TO THE COSIGNER AND BOND AGENCY

    Defendant - CAN PAY THE TOTAL BOND LIABILITY NOW AND YOU WILL NOT BE ARRESTED

    Defendant - WAS THEIR RESPONSIBILITY TO KEEP YOUR WORD AS AN ADULT TO ATTEND COURT

    Defendant - FAILURE TO PAY PROMISSORY NOTE ON TIME AS AGREED

    Defendant - FAILURE TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO CHANGE THE RELEASE CONDITIONS OF YOUR BAIL BOND WITHOUT AGENCY APPROVAL

    Defendant - NO NOTIFICATION OR DOCUMENTED COMMUNICATION RECORDED BY PHONE, EMAIL, FAX, LETTER TO THIS AGENCY AND HAS INCREASED RISK AND LIABILITY TO THE COSIGNER INDEBTNESS FOR REVOKE OR RECOVERY COSTS

Locating with Wanted Poster – Recommended Contents
Reward amount – Agency Contact Information

    Pictures of fugitive booking, personal & family, face book, my space

Physical description, hair, eyes, age, facial hair Build – thin, medium, heavy, muscular

    Scars - Tattoos
    Nationality or race
    Voice –accent
    Glasses - Rings or jewelry
    Vehicle photo - last seen and direction or last known residential location
    Employment history
    Last scene
    Crime history -Risk – Notice on poster “Do not attempt arrest

R.I.P. List – (Risk - Assessment – Profile) Recovery List – File folder created

    _____Vine link locator for jurisdiction in other counties, states, federal
    _____Repository court history – all cases
    _____Violent history
    _____Locate possible booking information-public information release –electronic
    _____IRB criminal records copy
    _____Captira criminal records copy
    _____Military or law enforcement previous employment
    _____ Gang or organized crime activity
    _____ Other information – New binder & file folder last name, initial first name date of last day to exonerate bond

Legal Authority

    _____Applicable State laws and court rulings
    _____Licensing requirements for Bail and Recovering Agents
    _____Forfeiture provisions to the surety and agent
    _____Time period between the forfeiture notice and payment
    _____Forfeitures defenses
    _____Remission period – date the bond expires for arrest powers
    _____Bail Agent’s authority to arrest
    _____Bounty hunter provisions
    _____NCIC Listed Warrant Felony Fugitive Other information

Legal documents

    _____Client copy of Retainer Contract to perform recovery services
    _____Court certified copy of the bail bond
    _____Affidavit of undertaking (arrest) by bail agent
    _____An authority – to – arrest form – (copy of the signed surety agreement)
    _____Booking photo of fugitive
    _____Copy of bail application
    _____Copy (FTA) of the notice forfeiture from court clerk
    _____Court certified copy of warrant
    _____Wanted poster and wanted business cards
    _____Other information

Personal Information

    _____IRB comprehensive report
    _____Captira report
    _____Master files report
    _____DMV vehicle records (IRB. Captira, Access Idaho)
    _____DMV license records (IRB. Captira, Access Idaho)
    _____Face book
    _____My space
    _____ Twitter
    _____PIPL internet locator
    _____Cell phone reports – reverse – Master files
    _____Other information
    _____ Photographs, houses, vehicles etc.
    _____Goggle maps, satellite, visual drive by, grid location printed
    _____Relative and friends list deconstructed and use this form to find information

Vehicle Operations Binder and forms

    ____Idaho Bail Act of 2009
    ____Mission statement
    ____Oath
    ____Background of Idaho Criminal Justice
    ____Federal Authority statement
    ____Fugitive use of force policy
    ____Use of force reporting form
    ____The confrontational Continuum
    ____Narrative general reporting form
    ____Permission to enter form
    ____Field narrative intimidation form notification
    ____Affidavit by third party to enter property to search
    ____Interview questions form
    ____Activity report
    ____Private property inventory list
    ____Sheriff’s Certificate
    ____Other information
    ____Surveillance of fugitive site or neighborhood –

hazards-bad areas- security checklist
Goggle or photo pictures of all locations with narratives to include obstacles – dogs, water ways, broken fences, neighborhood, tweaked blinds, vehicles, toys, holes in ground, bushes, lighting, private security, types of security systems, door ;locks, window coverings and any other items of interest.
Optional Personal Equipment List Local-State-Out of Area

    ____Handgun
    ____Extra magazines
    ____Rubber bullets
    ____ 2nd Backup Handgun 38 caliper with rubber bullets
    ____ Retention holster
    ____Rifles - lethal and 12 Ga. Shot Gun less-lethal - bean bag - Optional - rubber
    ____Duty belt and keepers
    ____2 sets of handcuffs – hinge and chain
    ____Waist (belly) chain
    ____ Ankle shackles
    ____ Cell phone X 2
    ____ Two-way radio and backup
    ____ Level 2a or better body armor
    ____ Raid Jacket lettered with Agent
    ____ Helmet
    ____ Tactical black Vest lettered with Agent
    ____2 flashlights
    ____Flood light
    ____Tactical black boots
    ____Tactical black pants
    ____Tactical black t-shirt lettered with Agent
    ____Gloves black leather
    ____ Latex Gloves
    ____Pepper spray
    ____Stun gun
    ____Taser
    ____Batteries – 10 -AAA, 8- AA, 4-lithium, 4-D, 4-C
    ____Night vision
    ____Binoculars
    ____Camera
    ____Digital recorder
    ____First aid kit
    ____Road spikes
    ____Lap top
    ____Verizon DSL USB internet service connector
    ____Tom/tom GPS map
    ____ Converter for electronics
    ____Multiple socket plug ins for accessories
    ____Back up jump start with air compressor
    ____Cold weather gear
    ____Scanner - police
    ____Removable decals for exterior of vehicle
    ____Business cards, brochures, flyers
    ____Gear bags or transport box

November 10th, 2009
EXAMPLE: Notification Letter to jurisdiction for your recovery area
Idaho Criminal Justice
515 3rd St S
Nampa, ID 83651-3719
208-697-2167

To all agency narcotics and patrol shift supervisors:

Idaho Criminal Justice would like to inform you of our operations within your community. We are a Bail Enforcement and Fugitive Recovery Team based out of Nampa, ID with prior law enforcement experience. We have been hired by Duvall Bail Bonds located in Weiser Idaho to come to the state of Oregon in search of a fugitive by the name of Andy Martinez Jr. He has not only jumped bail, but has failed to show for his court appearance. This person appears to be a career criminal and could be a threat to your community if not removed and returned to the third judicial district (Canyon County) for incarceration.
I have attached documentation regarding the name and a photograph of the person we are in search of. I have also attached documentation on the vehicles and agents that will be staged during surveillance operations. I would like for you to understand that we perform all our operations with loaded weapons in open carry. We have done the proper research for your state regarding the carrying of firearms and will obey all laws in accordance. We are also aware of the policies and procedures concerning the arresting powers in the state of Oregon regarding misdemeanor charges. Any assistance you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
I am available for questions at almost any time and can be reached at 208-713-8998. My e-mail address is idahocriminaljustice@gmail.com.

Sincerely,

Special Agent - Investigator

 

Notes:
A. C. Martinez Jr.
SSN: 553-xx-xxxx
DOB: 04/02/1968
Primary Address: 589 N. Oregon St
Secondary Address: 1267 NW 20th Ave.
Ontario, OR
General Orders
Partnership For Law Enforcement Interaction


Policy procedure out of state

    Immediate contact with local law enforcement in fugitive recovery area
    Have a letter of introduction, wanted poster, photo copy of our identification, description of vehicle, location of motel where staying
    Why? Their rules, laws, regulations, expectations
    L.E. on going investigations and our effect on them
    Any outstanding warrants - Review case file with L.E.
    Surveillance disruption by patrol burning location
    Notification protocol to dispatch for assistance and client agency notice for rules of engagement or termination of mission with client verbal or text authorization
    Assistance policy and investigation interview techniques
    Arrest policy
    Firearm policy, equipment use less lethal
    Uniform and badge policy
    Proper identification when making contact with civilians and officers
    It is their territory and we must cooperate

Policy in state outside our local field of operation

    Immediate contact with local law enforcement in fugitive recovery area
    Have a letter of introduction, wanted poster, photo copy of our identification, description of vehicle, location of motel where staying
    Why? Their rules, laws, regulations, expectations
    L.E. on going investigations and our effect on them
    Any outstanding warrants - Review case file with L.E.
    Surveillance disruption by patrol burning location
    Notification protocol to dispatch and client agency notice for rules of engagement or termination of mission with client verbal or text authorization
    Assistance policy and investigation interview techniques
    Arrest policy
    Firearm policy, equipment use less lethal
    Uniform and badge policy
    Proper identification when making contact with civilians and officers
    It is their Police territory and you will cooperate

Policy in local jurisdiction - See policy in operations manual  
Failure to follow these general orders will result in immediate termination of any contracts with I with prejudice for refund and all associated cost for operations.

How to relate to people

The trick to door knocking is behaving like you belong there while apologizing for disturbing the occupants. No loud SWAT Knocks. Make the visit last at least 15 minutes. Interview all occupants including children
Speak clearly

    ______________Identify yourself
    ______________Establish rapport
    ______________Show warrant
    ______________Be trustworthy in your behavior
    ______________Professional uniform or clothing appearance
    ______________Gain permission to enter structure
    ______________Prepare for hostile behavior
    ______________Be flexible
    ______________Treat third party locations with approach extreme caution
    ______________Approach each address as the wrong address
    ______________Project sincere concern for the fugitive and cosigner
    ______________Post wanted posters all over neighborhood
    ______________Talk to neighbors 3 X 3 section interview method
    ______________List contacts and phone numbers from 3 X 3
    ______________Establish a surveillance post at a neighbor’s house
    ______________Control how you react to hostile people
    ______________Check your ego and pride at the door
    ______________Lower your tone of voice and speak softly
    ______________Avoid arguing
    ______________Ask the person to look at your files
    ______________This involves him in a secret
    ______________Temperament

Interview techniques


Physical

    Park vehicle one house before the target address and follow these protocols-
    Turn on voice recorder and state name, address, time, person interviewed, license plates, security information such dog in back yard or other safety precautions, check radios and cell phones for operational readiness, uniform appearance
    Risk and assessment for primary property and surrounding areas and rear alley access, record license plates first before entering and check registration for owner information
    2 Agents
    Approach with 6 foot minimum spacing and 3 feet static and cover officer 45 degree angle to primary
    Use safety and security precautions
    Take photo with your cell camera of property and autos and plates

Verbal

        Professional introduction with business card handed to individual
        Subject interviewed with verbal- warning why you are armed for agents protection and safety from the criminal intent of individuals or attacking dogs
        Why are you there using professional mannerisms and discussing why the defendant needs to found for their safety and how you will treat this subject’s lead information with assured nondisclosure to defendant and possible reward
        Wanted poster reviewed with subject
        Question and answer session with primary listed subject with personal relationship with defendant for 15 minute if facing negative and positive results
        Submission – use this to neutral hostility and confrontation
        De-escalation – Vocal control and open hand gestures and above waist where duty belt is located
        Try to use cell phone to take picture of person and property to being interviewed and text.

 

Data Collection


Relocate vehicle to observe this address from about 3 to 5 houses from target and follow this protocol-
Contact Supervisor at Client Agency and review the investigative interview and email pictures and voice recording after each search and burn contact and wait for new strategy or other research data to be located before leaving area.
General Orders for Search and Burn
What is search and burn? You are giving up primary leads and locations that could result in advertising to the fugitive how close you are. Search and Burn is forcing people to help but and possible primary contacts with fugitive. Your ability for cover and concealment for surveillance is exposed.

    Procedure and policy upon arriving to designated area for investigation
    A list of addresses prioritized from the least importance to the last know top 5 contact locations using the 3X3 grid search for gathering data
    After contact with local law enforcement team will start to locate all addresses listed for creating a patrol map to develop living patterns with friends and relatives

 Review of contact with law enforcement with supervisor of operations mandatory

    Before contact to knock and serve and make formal contact with individuals at any designated locations  will require mandatory contact with supervisor prior and debrief  supervisor after contact to develop on going strategy for designated strategy for next mission
    Mandatory 3X3 grid search for interviews at designated location with wanted posters and professional interview standards

House 2 (interview 1st)--House 1(Primary- interview last)---House 3  (interview 5th)
(Across the street or apartment terrace)
You can mix based upon security risk and safety
House 4 (interview 2nd)---------House (interview 3rd)----------House 6 (interview 4th)

Formulate questions about vehicles and people who frequent the primary location with wanted poster as created per operation outline for information to public – collect all license plates at each address interviews for tracking owners and cross reference with IRB reports for potential hits for relationships – I want the first and last name of each person interviewed and phone number at each location 1-6 units
Remember to follow general orders for procedures for forwarding cell phone pictures and recorded interviews by email to office within the mandatory ½ hour after debriefing from investigation contact with supervisor of operations. There are emergency and special circumstances for violating any policy and procedure with verifiable articulation and narration for discretionary judgment

 

CIVIL LEGAL CONTRACT v.s. WARRANT TO SEARCH AND ARREST

State of Idaho New Bail Act of 2009, July-1st –Granted

State Authority And empowered A Bail Agent The
arrest of defendant for surrender
at Anytime to the Sheriff for any reason

This Empowers Bail Agents, Bail Enforcement Officers, and Fugitive Recovery Agents With Nearly limitless power Granted By “Federal Authority” Since 1872 U.S. Supreme Court Case "Taylor vs. Taintor"
This means that a Fugitive Recovery Agent may enter any premise with a verbal announcement with intent before entering if needed to search and capture their wanted fugitive, whether it be on behalf of a financial institution, company or government authority.


At any time before the exoneration of bail, the surety insurance company or its bail agent or the person posting a property bond or cash deposit may empower any person of suitable age and discretion to arrest with affidavit.
Arrest the defendant at any place within the state authority to extend such authority that has been authorized and approved by the Supreme Court.

When bail is given to a defendant with a posted surety bond at the detention
(jail with bars) than the defendant (principal) is regarded as delivered to the custody of his sureties (a jail without bars). The defendant’s arrest is a continuance of the original county, state, or federal imprisonment. Whenever a Bail Agent chooses to do so, the Agent may seize him and deliver him up in their discharge (back to jail or magistrate); and if that cannot be done at once, they may imprison the defendant until the defendant is surrendered back to a lawful jurisdiction where it can be done. The cosigner may exercise their rights in person or by the Bail Agent. The Agent may pursue the defendant into another State (jurisdiction); may arrest the defendant on the Sabbath; and, if necessary, may announce the intention to break and enter any house for that purpose where the defendant has escaped to that location. The defendants arrest and seizure is not made by virtue of new process (FTA, failure to appear is not a new criminal charge). No probable cause (PC) is needed. It is identical to the re-arrest by the sheriff of an escaping prisoner from custody.

Field Report Narrative

(Intimidation for non-cooperative contacts to find leads)

Sir/Miss: under Idaho statute 18-2602
If you provide any FALSE or FRAUDULENT EVIDENCE
That will aid and abet this fugitive during this
Bail Bond Investigation
As authorized by this law, you are guilty of a felony conspiracy
If you withhold any evidence from us –
You will face imprisonment in the state prison not exceeding five (5) years.
If your address is on the Warrant or on the Failure To Appear Notice we will
Search Your House
First Name ______________________Last ____________________________________
Any form of I.D. _____________________________________Cell phone photo_______
Address_________________________________________________________________
Phone Cell_______________Lnadline________________________Date_______/_____
Field Report Narrative:

Permission to enter Property Form

In 1872, the U.S. Supreme Court Case "Taylor vs. Taintor" gave bail enforcement agents nearly limitless power and “Federal Authority” when hunting down a subject. This means that a bounty hunter may enter their premise if needed to capture their wanted fugitive, whether it be on behalf of a financial institution, company or government authority.

The defendant’s arrest is a continuance of the original county, state, or federal imprisonment. The defendants arrest and seizure is not made by virtue of new process (FTA, failure to appear is not a new criminal charge). No probable cause (PC) is needed. It is identical to the re-arrest by the sheriff of an escaping prisoner from custody.

State of Idaho - Bail Act of 2009
At any time before the exoneration of bail, the surety insurance company or its bail agent or the person posting a property bond or cash deposit may empower any person of suitable age and discretion to arrest the defendant at any place within the state by signing an affidavit of arrest for extending such authority in a form approved by the supreme court.

19-619. Breaking doors and windows for recapture By AN AGENT. To retake the person escaping or the person pursuing may break open an outer or inner door or window of a dwelling-house, if, after notice of his intention, he is refused admittance.

(This address to be searched does not have to be on the Warrant or Court FTA documents.)
@Address to be searched____________________________________________________________
Fugitive Last Name ____________________ first____________ D.O.B.___/____/___

I give permission as either the owner or a principal person with ownership interest to enter the residence to search for a fugitive that could be inside for the purpose to arrest and remove and transport to the nearest detention facility. Information has been verified with a witnessed and this signed affidavit(s), which are the reasonable causes for either voluntary or forced entry and search at anytime after this date.

Permission Given By Print
Name____________________________________________
Signature_________________________________________ Cell Phone___________
Address_____________________________________________________________________________
Arrest and Search – Man or Woman

    Make sure the arrest is legal with the correct date and verify with repository, dispatch, and Supervisor
    Use the best search and handcuff method you are trained and are comfortable doing with confidence.
    Discard contraband, and fill out property list form.
    Search car after custody is transferred to jail.

Notify Dispatch and local jurisdiction before, during and after transport.

19-618 Recapture after escape BY AN AGENT.
If a person arrested escape[s] (FTA, failure to appear on bail bond) or is, the person from whose custody (bail

Agency) he escaped (FTA) or was, may immediately pursue and retake him at any time and in any place within the state.

19-606.Person arresting may summon assistance BY AN AGENT.
Any person making an arrest may orally summon as many persons as he deems necessary to aid him therein including any law enforcement officer.

18-1701. CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY DEFINED. If two (2) or more persons combine or conspire to commit any crime or offense prescribed by the laws of the state of Idaho, and one (1) or more of such persons does any act to effect the object of the combination or conspiracy, each shall be punishable upon conviction in the same manner and to the same extent as is provided under the laws of the state of Idaho for the punishment of the crime or offenses that each combined to commit aiding and abetting is a theory of criminal liability. You can be guilty of a crime either as a principal perpetrator or as an aider and abettor. Aiding and abetting applies to someone who assists in or facilitates the doing of a crime. To be held accountable as an aider and abettor, you must know of the criminal objective and do something to make it succeed. Someone who aids and abets a crime is the same as the punishment for the person who principally committed the crime. In some states, the punishment may be less.

ASSAULT DEFINED.An unlawful attempt to threaten verbally or other unlawful actions.

18-903. BATTERY DEFINED. A battery is any: (a) Willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another.


IDAHO CRIMINAL JUSTICE

    In the conduct of their work, bail bond recovery agents must comply with the following:

    There must be a separate contract for each fugitive being sought.

    The bail bond recovery agent must carry a copy of the license or Photo Identification and contract while working.

    If requested, the bail bond recovery agent must show the contract to the fugitive and to the owner or manager of any property the agent enters, but need not do this immediately during an effort to apprehend (hot pursuit) a fugitive.

    Bail bond recovery agents must notify local law enforcement whenever they
    discharge a firearm in the course of their work.

    Bail bond recovery agents must operate under both the law (affidavit for arrest) and the specific authority given them in their contract with a bail bond agency.

    The contract may require more than the minimum required for licensure.

    Before a planned forced entry (no hot pursuit), the bail bond recovery agent must notify an appropriate local law enforcement agency.

    During a planned forced entry, the bail bond recovery agent is required to wear a shirt or vest with the words "BAIL BOND RECOVERY AGENT" written on the front and back in letters at least two inches high.

    The words must be reflective and in a color that contrasts with the color of the garment.

    The bail bond recovery agent may display a badge approved by the Department with the words "BAIL BOND RECOVERY AGENT" prominently displayed.



Personal Property Receipt
Defendant Name _________________________________Date____/_____/____
Address_________________________________Phone_____________________
Procedure and policy to put all contents in plastic bag

    Purse

    Wallet

    Money

    Bills $________

    Change $________

    Credit Card how many ______

    Checks $_________

    Phone – how many__________

    Jewelry – Watches – other___________________

    Glasses – Prescription___________ Sunglasses____________

    Weapons type____ Firearms _________Unloaded_____ Knife_______

    Prescription Drugs

    Head gear

    Miscellaneous_____________________________________________

Defendant Signature _________________________Refused______________
Recovery Agent Name ________________________Phone_______________
Law enforcement Officer receiving personal property when transferring custody
Print Name____________________________________________________

Transport


Treat with courtesy and professionally and limit questions to case only information ask how, when, where, and what?


    Double lock cuffs, use sit belt and 2 agents, opposite weapon side when fastening, sit person in and go around to the other side so you do not get bitten, head butted, or accused of sexual assault or touching.
    Stops on the way are high risk without approval from Supervisor.
    No cell phone or relative contact without Supervisor approval.
    Notify jail of any violent individual on the way.
    Use of force form filled out.
    Notify Supervisor to use less lethal weapons if needed with time to respond.


Booking


You must have all documents from prepared defendant binder and file. Secure weapons if at all times according to jail policy. Sheriff’s certificate signed if applicable. Make sure all listed Bail Bond Agencies involved with recovery are notified who also have bonded defendant or another FTA.



Fugitive Recovery Agent - Use of Force Policy


19-606. Person arresting may summon assistance BY AN AGENT. Any person making an arrest may orally summon as many persons as he deems necessary to aid him therein including any law enforcement officer.
19-618. Recapture after escape BY AN AGENT. If a person arrested escape[s] (FTA, failure to appear on bail bond) or is, the person from whose custody (bail Agency) he escaped (FTA) or was, may immediately pursue and retake him at any time and in any place within the state.
19-619. Breaking doors and windows for recapture By AN AGENT. To retake the person escaping or the person pursuing may break open an outer or inner door or window of a dwelling or house, if, after notice of his intention, he is refused admittance. The address on the Warrant or Court FTA document is not required.
18-1701. CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY DEFINED. If two (2) or more persons combine or conspire to commit any crime or offense prescribed by the laws of the state of Idaho, and one (1) or more of such persons does any act to effect the object of the combination or conspiracy, each shall be punishable upon conviction in the same manner and to the same extent as is provided under the laws of the state of Idaho for the punishment of the crime or offenses that each combined to commit aiding and abetting is a theory of criminal liability. You can be guilty of a crime either as a principal perpetrator or as an aider and abettor. Aiding and abetting applies to someone who assists in or facilitates the doing of a crime. To be held accountable as an aider and abettor, you must know of the criminal objective and do something to make it succeed. Someone who aids and abets a crime is the same as the punishment for the person who principally committed the crime. In some states, the punishment may be less.
19-202A. Legal jeopardy in cases of self-defense and defense of other threatened parties. NO AGENT in this state shall be placed in legal jeopardy of any kind whatsoever for protecting himself or his family by reasonable means necessary, or when coming to the aid of another whom he reasonably believes to be in imminent danger of or the victim of aggravated assault, robbery, rape, murder or other heinous crime.
19-610. What force may be used BY AN AGENT. When the arrest is being made without a warrant but is supported by probable cause to believe that the person has committed an offense, after information of the intention to make the arrest, if the person to be arrested either flees or forcibly resists, the individual may use all reasonable and necessary means to effect the arrest and will be justified in using deadly force under conditions set out in section 18-4009, Idaho Code for JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE BY ANY AGENT. Homicide is also justifiable when committed by any person in either of the following cases: When resisting any attempt to murder any person, or to commit a felony, or to do some great bodily injury upon any person; or, 2. When committed in defense of habitation, property or person, against\one who manifestly intends or endeavors, by violence or surprise, to commit a felony, or against one who manifestly intends and endeavors, in a violent, riotous or tumultuous manner, to enter the habitation of another for the purpose of offering violence to any person therein; or, 3. When committed in the lawful defense of such person, or of a wife or husband, parent, child, master, mistress or servant of such person, when there is reasonable ground to apprehend a design to commit a felony or to do some great bodily injury, and imminent danger of such design being accomplished; but such person, or the person in whose behalf the defense was made, if he was the assailant or engaged in mortal combat, must really and in good faith have endeavored to decline any further struggle before the homicide was committed; or, 4. When necessarily committed in attempting, by lawful ways and means, to apprehend any person for any felony committed, or in lawfully suppressing any riot, or in lawfully keeping and preserving the peace.


*Includes: Taser, rubber bullets, beanbag, OC pepper spray, baton, and other less lethal weapons.
Signed Cosigner__________________________Defendant___________________________




The following USE OF FORCE (UOF) form on next page will print without lines – it is an EXCEL spreadsheet

IDAHO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
    
Use Of Force -UOF Form
     
208-697-2167
    
Date:
     
Supervisor Agent Captain Robert Muse
      
Time:
   
Incident Report


Individual Report on the Use of Force
   
Facility name 

 
Name:
    
   
Signature
   
Officer(s) involved

Reporting Law Enforcement Agency
    
Reactive UOF
    
Planned UOF
    
Location of UOF:
  
Private
     
Public   
    
Reason for UOF:
     
Prevent injury to staff
  
Prevent injury to other patrons 
    
Prevent injury to self
   
Enforce a lawful order 
    
Other_____________
    
      
Prevent property destruction
    
Level of resistance by subject
  

Psychological intimidation (nonverbal cues indicating offender's attitude or physical readiness and/
or more persons on the scene in attendance of suspicious activity)
    
Verbal non-compliance (verbal responses or threats to staff of non-compliance)
    
Passive resistance (dead weight or clinging to objects in an attempt to prevent staff from getting control)

Defensive resistance (pulling or running away from staff to avoid control without attempting to harm staff)

Active aggression (physical actions of assault with weapons/assault with intent or risk of causing death
serious bodily harm)
      
Force used by staff to gain control
    
Verbal direction with show of force
    
Joint Lock
    
Pressure Point
    
Physical Control
    
Hand Strikes
    
Baton
    
Muscling
    
Kicks
     
Restraints, type:
    
 
Narrative of Incident:
    
    
    
 
    
    
    
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE ___________ JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE
STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF ___________
STATE OF IDAHO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
____________________________,
Defendant.
    
    
Case No.: _______________________
Bond No.: ______________________
Bond Amount: $____________


CERTIFICATE OF SURRENDER


Pre-Forfeiture of Bail:
o For the purpose of surrender of the defendant pursuant to I.C. 19-2913(1), the undersigned certifies that he/she surrendered the defendant to the county sheriff where the action is pending, on the _____ day of ___________, 20__, at the hour of __________.
Post-Forfeiture of Bail:
o For the purpose of surrender of defendant after forfeiture of bail, the undersigned certifies that he/she surrendered the defendant to the _____________ County Sheriff on the _____ day of ___________, 20 __ at the hour of ___________.
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE / Authorized Representative / Date
PERSON POSTING BAIL Person Posting Bail Printed Name
VERIFICATION OF OFFICER
o As evidence of surrender by the Bail Agent/Authorized Representative, the undersigned officer of the ______________ County Sheriff’s Department has incarcerated the defendant this day of , 20 , at the hour of .
o As evidence of the self-surrender by the Defendant pursuant to I.C. 19-2913(4), the undersigned officer of the ____________ County Sheriff’s Department has incarcerated the defendant in lieu of the bail originally set by the court.
___________ ___
Deputy Sheriff Phone Number Date






DEFENSE, SELF-DEFENSE


A defense to certain criminal charges involving force (e.g. murder).
Use of force is justified when a person reasonably believes that it is necessary for the defense of oneself or another against the immediate use of unlawful force. However, a person must use no more force than appears reasonably necessary in the circumstances.
Force likely to cause death or great bodily harm is justified in self-defense only if a person reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent death or great bodily harm.
The Right To Protect One's Person And Property From Injury.
It will be proper to consider: 1. The extent of the right of self-defense. 2. By whom it may be exercised. 3. Against whom. 4. For what causes.

As to the extent of the right: First, when threatened violence exists, it is the duty of the person threatened to use all prudent and precautionary measures to prevent the attack behavior. Secondly, if after having taken such proper precautions, a party should be assailed, he may undoubtedly repel force by force, but in most instances cannot, under the pretext that he has been attacked, use force enough to kill the assailant or hurt him after he has secured himself from danger; For homicide may be excused where a man has no other probable means of preserving his life from one who attacks him while in the commission of a felony, or even on a sudden quarrel he beats him, so that he is reduced to this inevitable necessity. And the reason is that when so reduced, he cannot call to his aid the power of society or of the commonwealth, and being unprotected by law, he reassumes his natural rights that the law sanctions, of killing his adversary to protect himself.

The party attacked may undoubtedly defend himself, and the law further sanctions the mutual and reciprocal defense of such as stand in the near relations of husband and wife, patent and child, and master and servant. In these cases, if the party himself or any of these his relations, be forcibly attacked in their person or property, it is lawful for him to repel force by force, for the law in these cases respects the passions of the human mind, and makes it lawful in him, when external violence is offered to himself, or to those to whom he bears so near a connection, to do that immediate justice to which he is prompted by nature, and which no prudential motives are strong enough to restrain.

The cases for which a man may defend himself are of two kinds; first, when a felony is attempted, and secondly, when no felony is attempted or apprehended.


1st. A man may defend himself and even commit a homicide for the prevention of any forcible and atrocious crime, which if completed would amount to a felony; and of course under the like circumstances, mayhem, wounding and battery would be excusable at common law. A man may repel force by force in defense of his person, property or habitation, against any one who manifests, intends, attempts, or endeavors, by violence or surprise, to commit a forcible felony, such as murder, rape, robbery, arson, burglary and the like. In these cases he is not required to retreat, but he may resist and even pursue his adversary, until he has secured himself from all danger.


2nd. A man may defend himself when no felony has been threatened or attempted: 1. When the assailant attempts to beat another and there is no mutual combat, such as where one meets another and attempts to commit or does commit an assault and battery on him, the person attacked may defend himself, and; 2. An attempt to strike another, when sufficiently near so that that there is danger, the person assailed may strike first, and is not required to wait until he has been struck. When there is a mutual combat upon a sudden quarrel both parties are the aggressors, and if in the fight one is killed it will be manslaughter at least, unless the survivor can prove two things: 1st. That before the mortal stroke was given be had refused any further combat, and had retreated as far as he could with safety; and 2nd. That he killed his adversary from necessity, to avoid his own destruction. A man may defend himself against animals, and he may during the attack kill them, but not afterwards. As a general rule no man is allowed to defend himself with force if he can apply to the law for redress, and the law gives him a complete remedy.
The Force Continuum


Always remember the level of force in your response is dictated by the situation. Police officers use the force continuum, a scale of force alternatives, to mediate the level of response used in a given situation. The force continuum is broken down into six broad levels. Each level is designed to be flexible as the need for force changes as the situation develops.

 

It is common for the level of force to go from level two, to level three, and back again in a matter of seconds.


 The Force Continuum
 6 .Deadly Force
 5. Less Lethal
 4. Pepper Spray, Baton, Taser
 3. Empty Hand Control
 2. Verbal Commands


Less Force


 1. Officer Presence
Each situation is unique. Sound judgment and the circumstances of each situation will dictate the force option the officer deems necessary. Depending on the circumstances, officers may find it necessary to escalate or de-escalate the use of force. It is not the intent of this policy to require officers to attempt to exhaust each option before moving to the next, so long as the level of force used is reasonable and appropriate under the circumstances.


PERTINENT CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS


The value of all human life should be appropriately weighed in the decision process. Above all, the safety of the public and the officer must be the overriding concern whenever the use of force is considered.

a. Definitions:

    Reasonable Belief - When facts or circumstances the officer reasonably believes, knows, or should know; are such as to cause an ordinary and prudent person to act or think in a similar way under similar circumstances.

Factors to determine "objectively reasonable" force options.
1. The reasonableness of an officer's use of force is based upon the totality of the circumstances known by the officer at the moment the force is used.
2. The following five (5) basic factors are considered when determining "reasonableness". Bearing in mind that the standard is "totality of the circumstances," these five (5) factors are not the only factors to be considered. The following have not been placed in a specific order of priority.
a. Imminent threat of injury to an officer(s) and/or others. The greater the level of the threat is, the greater the level of force that may be used.
b. If the person is actively resisting seizure, the officer may escalate the justified (reasonable) level of force.
c. Circumstances are tense, uncertain, and rapidly evolving. Some incidents take hours to resolve, while others are over in seconds. The tenser, uncertain and rapidly evolving the incident is, the higher the level of force that may be reasonable.
d. The more severe the crime, the more force that may be justified.
e. Attempting to evade seizure by flight may justify escalating the level of force.
Each situation is unique. Sound judgment and the circumstances of each situation will dictate the force option the officer deems necessary.


Types of Resistance

    Psychological Intimidation - Non-verbal cues in attitude, appearance, demeanor or posture that indicates an unwillingness to cooperate or a threat.
    Verbal Non-Compliance - Verbal responses indicating an unwillingness to comply with officer's directions or threat to injure a person.

    Passive Resistance - Physical actions that do not prevent the officer's attempt to control, for example, a person who remains in a limp or prone position.
    Defensive Resistance - Physical actions that attempt to prevent officer's control including flight or attempt to flee, but do not involve attempts to harm the officer.

    Active Aggression - A threat or overt act of an assault, coupled with the present ability to carry out the threat or assault, which reasonably indicates that an assault or injury to any person is imminent.

    Aggravated Active Aggression - Deadly force encounter.
    Psychological Intimidation, Verbal Non-Compliance and Passive Resistance usually do not involve conduct sufficient to support criminal charges related to resistance.

Understanding Adrenal Response


Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Nervous System
The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) turns on the fight or flight response. In contrast, the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) promotes the relaxation response.
Understanding fear and the Survival Stress Response


‘'Fear is your best friend and your worst enemy, control it and win.''


In times of danger each and every one of us will feel the effects of the Survival Stress Response this is triggered into action via the security control center of the brain. In addition to this is what's known as adrenal dump this will create a release of endorphins that will make you stronger, faster and more resistant to pain and shock. The flip side of this coin is the mental implications that will also have to be dealt with.
These include auditory exclusion or impaired hearing, tunnel vision where our peripheral vision closes down (hence the need to actively scan) amongst various other effects. For the individual the most important aspect when dealing with any potentially violent confrontation will be his/her understanding of the fight or flight response. Your ability to cope with adrenal stress when a situation ‘kicks off' will make all the difference to how you handle the situation.

The fact is that knowledge is power and if you understand what is happening to your own body under the effects of adrenal stress then you are more likely to gain control over yourself and the situation and less likely to freeze up or over react. The body responds to danger by secreting adrenaline this is what we often mis-interpret as fear. If you do not understand this simple fact, then what you are more likely to encounter, especially if you are startled, is the ' freeze' response. The only way to lessen the effect of the startle reflex and prevent freezing up is through awareness, ( Being Switched On ) good threat assessment abilities and the anticipation of the adrenaline sensation.
Expectation:

First of all expect to be scared, because no matter how experienced you are that is how you will feel. Fear is the natural feeling prior to confrontation. When it 'kicks off,' the feeling that you would rather be anywhere else in the world other than where you are at that moment is a common feeling to all. If you feel like crapping yourself, just be aware that you are not on your own, we all (with out exception) feel these effects, they are a natural product of adrenal release.
Side effects of adrenaline:

Expect to get a fluttery feeling in the stomach, even a little nausea. This is the body's way of helping you to eliminate any excess weight you may be carrying from an earlier meal, in order to allow you to move faster and more efficiently, this is the same reason that you may also feel the need to urinate or empty your bowls. You may also start to sweat, and your heart rate will increase. A common symptom is the leg shakes some get this worse than others this is due to the adrenaline surging through your blood stream at high speed. A loss of skin colour may also occur this is nature's way of protecting you. The blood leaves the surface of the skin so that you bleed less should you get cut. This is also because the blood is being pumped to your vital organs (heart/lungs) where it's needed most. Our ability to use our thought process will become less rational leaving all decision making abilities a lot more difficult. This is due to blood leaving the brain to be put to use else where. Your eyes will become wide and staring in an attempt to take in more information; this is due to the effect of tunnel vision, which will make your field of view like as if you were looking through a toilet roll tube. This can make you vulnerable to an attack from the side if you are focused on a threat in front of you, try and keep your peripheral vision open by looking around often. Your hearing will also become impaired due to what's known as auditory exclusion in an attempt to tune into the threat. Your ability to perform fine motor skills or complex actions will become seriously reduced leaving you with only gross motor ability. On the positive side adrenaline will make you stronger, faster and more resistant to pain. As you can see all these effects have a purpose and are in fact essential to our survival. Try and gain an understanding of adrenaline, so you may use it to your advantage.


De-sensitisation:


These are all very strange feelings that most people have little experience of. People whose jobs put them in harms way on a regular basis (Firemen, Police Officers and Security people, like Door Staff, Bodyguards etc.) become better able to deal with the effects of adrenaline. This is due to the fact that the repeated exposure to situations that cause adrenal release gradually desensitise you to the intensity of the same. Scientific research into the adrenal state also referred to as the Survival Stress Response (SSR) carried out by a scientist in this field called Bruce Siddle, has indicated that our ability to function under the effects of adrenal stress is directly related to an increase in our heart rate. At 115 beats per minute (bpm) most people will start to lose fine motor function. Skills which involve hand and eye co-ordination or finger dexterity will become difficult to perform. As the heart rate increases to 145 bpm and beyond our body will start to reduce the efficiency of certain bodily functions that it considers to be less essential to our survival during this time of stress, these include effects to both our visual and auditory systems as well as temporary impairment to certain areas of the brain.
A good method of practice when you find yourself becoming adrenal zed or even slightly agitated is to take 3 deep breaths. Breathe in for 3 seconds hold for 3 seconds and breathe out for 3 seconds repeating until you achieve a calmer and more controlled state. I used to practice this method whilst working on the door. Whenever I was called to a situation over the radio I would use this technique on route to the scene. The lower you can keep your heart rate the more control you will have.

 

 

 

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE _________ JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF _______________
THE STATE OF IDAHO, Case No.______________________
Plaintiff,
v. AFFIDAVIT OF APPOINTMENT
TO ARREST
_______________________________
Defendant.
I, _____,(Bail Agent) being duly sworn, depose and state as follows:

    I am a [licensed bail agent in the State of Idaho authorized by (name of surety insurance company) to execute or undersign undertaking of bail in connection with judicial criminal proceedings, which company has posted the bail bond in the above-entitled case] [the person who has posted bail in the above-entitled case].
    I herby extend my authority and empower ___________________,(Enforcement Agnet) a person of suitable age and discretion, to arrest ____________________,(Defendant) the defendant in the above-entitled case, at any place in the State of Idaho under the provision of the Idaho Bail Act, Idaho Code § 19-2901 et seq.
    This authority to arrest the defendant shall continue until the bail bond posted in this case has been exonerated or until such authority is revoked.

DATED this _____ day of _______________, 20___.
____________________________________( Bail Agent)
Identified to me on the bases of satisfactory evidence to be the person whose name is subscribed.
Notary Public: Robert Dean Muse Stamp here
Address: 222 S. Cole Rd. Boise, ID 83709 when needed
Commission Expires: 07/01/2011
Sign here__________________________________

Revocation Statue
19-2913.surrender of defendant. At any time before forfeiture of bail, a surety insurance company or its bail agent or person posting a property bond or cash deposit may surrender the defendant to the sheriff of the county where the action is pending. Upon the surrender of the defendant, the sheriff shall accept and incarcerate the defendant in lieu of the bail originally set by the court.

FTA
19-2914.arrest of defendant for surrender. At any time before the exoneration of bail, the surety insurance company or its bail agent or the person posting a property bond or cash deposit may empower any person of suitable age and discretion to arrest the defendant at any place within the state by signing an affidavit extending such authority in a form approved by the Supreme Court.

 

RELEASE, WAIVER, INDEMNIFICATION, HOLD HARMLESS,
AND ASSUMPTION OF THE RISK AGREEMENT
WHEREAS, in return for instruction in firearms, use of premises, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the Undersigned agrees to the following:

The Undersigned agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and defend the Robert Muse, and any of its employees, directors, officers or agents (hereinafter the “Idaho Criminal Justice”), from any and all fault, liabilities, costs, expenses, claims, demands or lawsuits arising out of, related to or connected with: the discharge of firearms; the course of instruction; the Undersigned 's participation in the course of instruction; the range, buildings, land and premises used for the course of instruction (hereinafter the "Premises"); the Undersigned's presence on or use of said Premises; and any and all acts or omissions of the Undersigned. And should any such claim, demand or lawsuit arise or be asserted in any way whatsoever related thereto, whether arising under the laws of the United States or of any State, or under any theory of law or equity, the Undersigned will indemnify, hold harmless and defend “Idaho Criminal Justice”, from any and all costs, expenses or liability including, but not limited to, the cost of any settlement or judgment made or rendered against the “Idaho Criminal Justice”, whether individually, jointly, or in solido with the Undersigned, together with all costs of court and other costs or expenses incurred in connection with any such claim, demand or lawsuit, including attorney's fees.

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Undersigned's property (whether or not entrusted to “Idaho Criminal Justice” ); and the discharge of firearms. “Idaho Criminal Justice” shall not be liable for, and the Undersigned, on behalf of himself/herself and his/her executors, administrators, assignees or heirs, hereby expressly releases “Idaho Criminal Justice” from any and all such claims.

The Undersigned hereby expressly assumes the risk of entering the Premises and of taking part in activities on the premises that include, but are not limited to, instruction in the use of firearms, the discharge of firearms and the firing of live ammunition.

The Undersigned furthermore hereby acknowledges and agrees that he/she has read, understands and will at all times abide by all “Idaho Criminal Justice” and NRA range rules and procedures.

This instrument binds the Undersigned and his / her executors, administrators, assignees or heirs.
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INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT
D.O.B. ____/____/_____Social Security #____________________
Photo copy of government Identification_________ Yes_______________________
Address_______________________________________________________________
Signature______________________________________________________________
THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this _____day of January, 2010 , by and between ________________________________________________________ , with offices at _________________________ , in the City of_______________ , and
the State of _________________ , hereinafter referred to as the "Contractor", and ____________________________________________________ , whose address is______________________________________________________, in the City of ________________, and the State of _______________________, hereinafter referred to as the "Subcontractor".
WITNESSETH:

 

WHEREAS, the Contractor is engaged in the business of Bail enforcement and Fugitive Recovery, and the Subcontractor is engaged in the business of Bail enforcement and Fugitive Recovery; and WHEREAS, the Contractor desires to enter into this Agreement with the Subcontractor, providing, among other things, for Subcontractor's services to the Contractor; and WHEREAS, the Subcontractor desires to enter into this Agreement with respect to his services to the Contractor, upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth.
NOW, THEREFORE, the parties agree as follows:
1. The Contractor shall retain the Subcontractor and the Subcontractor
shall assist the Contractor upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set
forth.
ARTICLE I.
SUBCONTRACT WORK
1.1 Subcontractor shall be employed as an independent contractor
and shall provide and furnish all labor, materials, tools, supplies, equipment, services, facilities, supervision, and administration necessary for the proper and complete performance and acceptance of the following portions of the work, hereinafter "the Subcontract Work", for the Project, together with such other
portions of the drawings, specifications and addendum as related to bail enforcement and fugitive recovery services.
2. Term. The term of this Agreement shall commence on the ______day of
________, 2010, and terminate on the _______day of______ , 2010 , unless terminated at will in the State of Idaho prior to that date as set out hereinafter.
3. Duties of Subcontractor. During the period of this Agreement, the
Subcontractor shall have the full and complete obligation and
responsibility for the performance of the duties and/or work described in
the attached Exhibit "A" Power Point Bail Enforcement Officer and future Power Point for Fugitive Recovery Agent for the Contractor and the Subcontractor shall be obligated to the Contractor for the performance of all such duties and/or
work. During the period hereof, the Subcontractor shall assist the Contractor and shall perform any and all services required or requested in connection with the Contractor's business. Within the limitations herein provided, the Subcontractor will render such services of an advisory nature as may be requested from time to time by the Contractor.
4. Time Requirements. The Subcontractor shall devote, during the term of
this Agreement, such of his time, energy, and skill as is necessary in the
performance of his duties hereunder and shall periodically, or at any time,
upon the request of the Contractor, submit data as to the time requirements
of work performed and to be performed by him for the Contractor in
connection with this Agreement.
5. Fees to Subcontractor. The Contractor shall pay the Subcontractor on a
"per project" basis for services in connection with this Agreement, the
exact amount for each project to be agreed upon in writing by the
Contractor and the Subcontractor, prior to any work being performed, or, in
the alternative, per the attached Exhibit "B" Fugitive Recovery Agent.
6. Relation of the Parties. The Subcontractor is retained by the
Contractor only for the purposes and to the extent set forth in this
Agreement and the Subcontractor's relationship to the Contractor shall,
during the term of this Agreement, be that of an Independent Contractor.
The Contractor shall not withhold, from sums becoming payable to the
Subcontractor hereunder, any amounts for State or Federal Income Tax, or
for FICA (Social Security) Taxes, during the term of this Agreement. The
Subcontractor shall be free to dispose of such portions of his entire time,
energy and skill as he is not obligated to devote hereunder to the
Contractor in such manner as he deems advisable. The Subcontractor shall
not be considered as having an employee status or as being entitled to
participate in any plans, arrangements or distributions by the Contractor
pertaining to or in connection with any pension, stock, bonus, profit
sharing or other benefit extended to the Contractor's employees.
7. Worker's Compensation. If required by the laws of this State, the
Contractor shall maintain in full force and effect a policy of worker's
compensation insurance covering the Subcontractor during the term of this
Agreement and the Subcontractor's account shall be debited by the proration
of premiums thereon attributable to the Subcontractor.
8. Professional Responsibility. Nothing in this Agreement shall be
construed to interfere with or otherwise affect the rendering of services
by the Subcontractor in accordance with his independent and professional
judgment. The Subcontractor shall perform his services substantially in
accordance with generally accepted practices and principles of his trade.
This Agreement shall be subject to the rules and regulations of any and
all organizations and associations to which the Subcontractor may from time
to time belong and to the laws and regulations governing the practice of
the Subcontractor's trade in this State.
9. Indemnity to Subcontractor. The Contractor indemnifies the
Subcontractor against any loss or liability which the Subcontractor may
sustain by reason of any contract entered into by the Contractor with any
principal, but this indemnity shall not extend to any loss which the
Subcontractor may incur by reason of the work performed by the
Subcontractor hereunder and will need to purchase any license, bond, property, liability, disability, life insurance to restore that loss.
10. Termination. This Agreement may be terminated at any time, with or
without cause, by either party without written notice.
11. Notice. Any other needed notice required to be given hereunder shall be deemed given on the third (3rd) business day following mailing of any such notice, postage paid, to the address set out herein above.
12. Income Tax Designation. In the event that the Internal Revenue
Service should determine that the subcontractor is, according to I.R.S.
guidelines, an employee subject to withholding and social security
contributions, the subcontractor shall acknowledge, as the subcontractor
acknowledges herein, that all payments to the subcontractor are gross
payments, and the subcontractor is responsible for all income taxes and
social security payments thereon.
Sub Contract - NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT (Specific Locations)
In consideration of my being assigned cases for profit by Robert Muse (Company), I, the undersigned, hereby agree that upon the termination of subcontractor relationship and notwithstanding the cause of termination, I shall not compete with Robert Muse of the Company or its successors or assigns,
to wit (subcontractor name)_________________________________ shall not directly or indirectly, as an owner, officer, director, employee, consultant, or stockholder, engage in the business of Fugitive recovery services or bail enforcement or a business substantially similar or competitive to the business of the Company.
This non-compete agreement shall extend only for a radius of 50 miles
from the present location of the Company, and shall be in full force and
effect for 1 years, commencing with the date of termination.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands and seals the
day and year first above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:
"CONTRACTOR"
______________________________
______________________________ Witness
______________________________ Witness
"SUBCONTRACTOR"
______________________________
______________________________ Witness
______________________________ Witness
EXHIBIT "A"
Duties and/or Work to be Performed by Subcontractor
Bail Enforcement Officer
EXHIBIT "B"
Alternate Fee Arrangement
Fugitive Recovery Agent
Retainer Contract For Bail Agency Case Assignment
Part One
Idaho Criminal Justice
Preliminary
Bail Enforcement and Fugitive Recovery Services

    This includes searching Data and Credit restricted public resources and an interview with the Cosigner(s) and a written activity report due within approximately 7 days to your agency.

    We will be locating and setting up patrol zones to locate address points of interest and surveillance to collect license plate numbers, knock and talk and interview neighbors, and produce “wanted posters”.

    The minimum recovery fee is 10 % and/or hourly plus expenses depending on the age of the case file. For every 30 days after the FTA the recovery grows by 5% of the posted bond each 30 days until recovered. See page 2 for details.

    The following is to authorize and pay a $ 150 fee for retainer contract services.

Name of the Bail Bond Company and Agent Representative___________________________________ Date_______/_____ /______
Signature_______________________________________________________________
Name of the Surety and Supervising Agent Representative___________________________________Date_______/_____ /______
Signature_______________________________________________________________
Follow up Notes:
Back up recovery services for other competing recovery teams are available for additional security and safety for a minimal expense fee.
Idaho Criminal Justice Case Assignment
Part Two
Final Assignment Contract
Expenses, Fees, Costs for the Arrest of Defendant
Cosigner and Client Agreement For Fugitive Recovery or Revocation
This agreement is for the purpose of locating and causing the arrest of the stated defendant shall be considered a legally binding contract.
Deposit $ ___________________Visa____ Cash____ Money Order____
D.O.B.____/_____/_____ SS#______-_____-_______
1st name________________(MD)______LAST name__________________

The following conditions apply: If arrested by our Fugitive Recovery Agent or any other Agency you will be billed according to this contract. The cosigner and attached parties will pay 10 % of bail bonded posted and $ 50.00 per hour for each agent (minimum 2) participating in this case as needed and designated by Idaho Criminal Justice.

There is a minimum of $ 150.00 retainer fee plus a $ 200 forfeiture nonrefundable fee per bond paid ($350) before starting arrest operations. Revocation fee $ 150.00 per bail bond
The Cosigner and parties are responsible for paying all unpaid premiums from posted bail bonds. This nonrefundable fee is not included in the 10% of bail bond posted and $ 50.00 per hour fees charged.
Reasonable expenses also will be charged in addition to the above fees for example airfare, car rental, motel, and other daily operational expenses. You will be required to pay these expenses in advance with no exception.
The originating Agency, cosigner of bond and all other parties interested will understand that not every fugitive investigation results in an arrest. Should this be the case, all fees, expenses, and sums forwarded by Fugitive Recovery Agents will be considered earned and paid for by you. You will receive an itemized billing report consisting of both an activity log and expense record.
Surety Authorized Representative Signature__________________________________
Idaho Criminal Justice Case Assignment
Cosigner and Client Agreement For Fugitive Recovery or Revocation
Expenses, Fees, Costs for the Arrest of Defendant

Part Three

This agreement is for the purpose of locating and causing the arrest of the stated defendant shall be considered a legally binding contract. The following conditions apply: If arrested by our Fugitive Recovery Agent or any other Agency you will be billed according to this contract. The cosigner and attached parties will pay 10 % of bail bonded posted and $ 50.00 per hour for each agent (minimum 2) participating in this case as needed and designated by Idaho Criminal Justice. There is a minimum of $ 150.00 revocation or $ 200 forfeiture nonrefundable fee per bond paid before starting arrest operations. The Cosigner and parties are responsible for paying all unpaid premiums from posted bail bonds. This nonrefundable fee is not included in the 10% of bail bond posted and $ 50.00 per hour fees charged. Reasonable expenses also will be charged in addition to the above fees for example airfare, car rental, motel, and other daily operational expenses. You will be required to pay these expenses in advance with no exception.
The cosigner and parties will understand that not every fugitive investigation results in an arrest. Should this be the case, all fees, expenses, and sums forwarded by Fugitive Recovery Agents will be considered earned and paid by you. You will receive an itemized billing report consisting of both an activity log and expense record.
Defendant Printed Name_____________________________
Defendant Name Signed______________________________
Cosigner Printed Name_______________________________
Cosigner Name Signed_______________________________
Other Notes of Concern or Information needed:___________________________

Fill out next section by - Surety Representative
Bail Bond #_____________________Date____/___/____ UCEA Yes__ No__
Amount $_____________________
Felony Warrant ---yes____ or no_______

    Date of 180th day for expiration of failure to appear________/______/_______

Bail Bond Cosigner Signature___________________________________________________________
Printed name______________________________________Date__________/________/_____
CONTRACT BAIL ENFORCEMENT AND FUGITIVE RECOVERY SERVICES
Billing - ACTIVITY TIME SHEET PAGE NUMBER______OF_______
Defendant Name First _______________Middle initial ____Last___________________
D.O.B.___________________ Social Security Number___________________________
FTA Summary Judgment Date _______________Expiration Date 180 days___________
Descriptive notes
Activity Date / / 24hrs Time In & Out License Plate # mileage start –end= Total
Below:
Special notes of interest, Drawing, Pass on information for research and data collection