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Las_vegas_2011_074_max50

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Hi, My name is Steven and I'm an FRA and been one since 2005. I've been in private law ever since 2003 working security and then went into the FRA field after a few years. I liked the thought of being a private agent so I stuck with it for a while. If there's anyone with questions out there about the functionality of an FRA, it doesn't matter if its LE or Citizens, please ask cause I have good/bad experiences within my field that made me the man I am today and I would like the clear up what I believe most of you may think about us agents. But do keep in mind that I can't speak for all FRA's but will try to speak on behalf of the few that do the job very well.


Thank you!


 

Half_dome_yosemite_national_park_max50

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Slow down and proof read your comments my young friend. You are already answering many questions and confirming the negative stereotypes of the private fugitive recovery field with poor grammar and punctuation.

Las_vegas_2011_074_max50

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lol I respect you for the input and take constructive criticism well. I'm new the site and still learning as I go.

White_shirt_max50

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Yo Bro. Slow down, take a deep breath and relax. You seem to be trying to hard to fit in. Sit back and view some of the forums and let us get to know you. Remember we are a suspicious bunch. Relax and enjoy the site.

Las_vegas_2011_074_max50

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Will do sir. I'm just trying to help LE know that all FRA's aren't trying to step out of they're lane and do the jobs of LE, and that we have our own issues to deal with within our field of work. But I am new to the site so I will take the time to view some of the forums to get a better understanding of what is to be offer in the LE community.


Thank you again sir!

White_shirt_max50

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I think most cops know what your job is and trust me if you cross the line you will be informed. I have had dealing with those in your profession and had no problems getting my point across. Relax and enjoy the site.

Las_vegas_2011_074_max50

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Thank you sir!

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  •                Im a new bail enforcement agent in the state of pennsylvania, currently going back to school for my degree in criminal justice. Would love to start a careet in bail enforcement, i dont like the phrase bounty hunter becouse it tends to come with a negitive stigma. im professional and law obiden, im been in security,loss prevention, in the 24th and 25th districts in philladelphia, and have assisted with arrest in both those districts in many occasions. just looking for anyone who mite be able to lead in a direction, of a mentor or someone that i can simply work with and learn from. there been another cop shot in sensless crime in a robbery at a game stop in philly, with that being said may god bless his family and the two kids he left behind, THIS!! is why i have such a passion for law enforcement, help serve and protect family's n citizens of my or any other city.

for any other officers that mite read this, I THANK U FOR YOU SERVICE!

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Bail_Enforcement215 says ...



  •                Im a new bail enforcement agent in the state of pennsylvania, currently going back to school for my degree in criminal justice. Would love to start a careet in bail enforcement, i dont like the phrase bounty hunter becouse it tends to come with a negitive stigma. im professional and law obiden, im been in security,loss prevention, in the 24th and 25th districts in philladelphia, and have assisted with arrest in both those districts in many occasions. just looking for anyone who mite be able to lead in a direction, of a mentor or someone that i can simply work with and learn from. there been another cop shot in sensless crime in a robbery at a game stop in philly, with that being said may god bless his family and the two kids he left behind, THIS!! is why i have such a passion for law enforcement, help serve and protect family's n citizens of my or any other city.

for any other officers that mite read this, I THANK U FOR YOU SERVICE!



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uncledennis1 says ...



I think most cops know what your job is and trust me if you cross the line you will be informed. I have had dealing with those in your profession and had no problems getting my point across. Relax and enjoy the site.


Ditto.....................



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