How to Become a Bounty Hunter is a comprehensive free resource for learning how to begin a career in the field of fugitive recapture. Our informative guides cover the rules for bounty hunters state-by-state, including licensing information, education pathways, and more.
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Audre Stoffle is the Chief Editor of How to Become a Bounty Hunter. A graduate of Berea College, Audrey has a BA in English with a writing emphasis and a minor in Spanish. She has worked as Editor for a literary magazine, Appalachian Review (formerly Appalachian Heritage), and spent years teaching English in Spain. Her writing and editing work has appeared on a variety of career and travel websites. When she’s not writing, Audrey enjoys running and photography. Follow Audrey on LinkedIn.
Laura McPherson is the Associate Editor of How to Become a Bounty Hunter. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Career and Technical Education and History from Eastern New Mexico University and a Certificate in Writing from the University of California Berkeley Extension. Her experience includes creating career training modules for professionals in various industries. She also previously worked for the Illinois Department of Corrections in parole operations. Follow Laura on LinkedIn.
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