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“When you complete the Academy course, you have the fortune of becoming a COBRA member.”

The most prestigious association of Bounty Hunters | Bail Enforcement Agents | Fugitive Recovery Agents in the nation.

Started in 1999 by Bob Burton, one of the highest regarded Bounty Hunters in history and Scott Bernstein who for 3 decades has been recognized at the Industry standard bearer by the international community launched COBRA. Prior to COBRA, both Bob and Scott were running the only other professional associations in the nation; National Association of Bail Enforcement Agents, IABEA and NIBE National Institute of Bail Enforcement. Not FRN – Fugitive Recovery Network – founded by con artist Real Estate Agent Phil Cross from Florida who was NEVER a Fugitive Recovery Agent one day in his life and is making money off of hundreds of innocent Agents who fell into his web of deceit.

Relative newcomers, COBRA with its ‘Classroom Virtual 360’ brings a new definition of the LMS acronym — a learning marketing system. These guys are serious about the business of associations and the tremendous benefits it brings to the table. They offer an assessment service to evaluate an association’s content assets, staff capability, market viability of their content and creates an action plan to takes members from 0 to 100 with their modern, powerful continuing education, ecommerce enabled LMS.

United States based BHTA Systems has been around a long time supporting associations and they are the association feature powerhouse.  Designed to support the most complex association deployments, BHTA is modern with a mobile response LMS, sophisticated ecommerce, AMS integration, accreditation body integration, complex CE management, dozens of language localizations and integrated social/gamified features.  When associations are really serious, they have complex requirements and even a tiny % of failure is not an option, BHTA Systems rises to the top.

Unlike anywhere in the industry, the Academy graduate can opt in to a COBRA membership by filling out a small application and paying annual dues.

What comes with my COBRA association membership?

  • 30-70% off of any of Bounty Hunter apparel line
  • Tactical Gear – i.e. Tactical Vests, Body Armor, etc.
  • 20-80% off of any of our non-lethal weapons
  • 30-70% off any of the 4-star hotel accommodations
  • Discounts on Liability Insurance
  • Wanted flyer posting on Web site
  • Access to annual nationwide convention

Here are three ways students can get ahead by joining COBRA:

Networking
Offer you countless opportunities to meet
A professional association can offer you countless opportunities to meet and get to know the most successful, well-connected and well-respected people in the Bail industry. Conferences, local chapter events and volunteering on committees are all great occasions to talk to those with years of experience. Use these events to learn from them and to start building your professional network, which will help when pursuing contracts later.
Education
Members with the latest industry news and developments
Many associations provide their members with the latest industry news and developments. They can also give you the resources to deal with these issues and practical advice on how to make the most of the newest industry innovations. Association seminars, newsletters and access to online articles give members the tools to grow and improve every day. This is the edge you may need to come out of the Academy with both a diploma and job opportunities.
Mentorship
You need to learn from the best, and that means having a mentor
Harry had Dumbledore, Katniss had Haymitch, and Luke had Obi-Wan. If you want to be the best, you need to learn from the best, and that means having a mentor. Associations may count both industry veterans and hot up-and-comers in their membership. Some of them might be eager to help you—the rookie—out by showing you the ropes and giving you all sorts of pearls of wisdom that they have collected through the years. Participating in your association’s events and initiatives will expose you to these people and give you contacts you can call upon when you need some advice.

COBRA membership: $150.00

Annual Dues: $50.00

All non-COBRA members – pay retail.

Terms and Conditions attached

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“When you complete the Academy course, you have the fortune of becoming a COBRA member.”

The most prestigious association of Bounty Hunters | Bail Enforcement Agents | Fugitive Recovery Agents in the nation.

Started in 1999 by Bob Burton, one of the highest regarded Bounty Hunters in history and Scott Bernstein who for 3 decades has been recognized at the Industry standard bearer by the international community launched COBRA. Prior to COBRA, both Bob and Scott were running the only other professional associations in the nation; National Association of Bail Enforcement Agents, IABEA and NIBE National Institute of Bail Enforcement. Not FRN – Fugitive Recovery Network – founded by con artist Real Estate Agent Phil Cross from Florida who was NEVER a Fugitive Recovery Agent one day in his life and is making money off of hundreds of innocent Agents who fell into his web of deceit.

Relative newcomers, COBRA with its ‘Classroom Virtual 360’ brings a new definition of the LMS acronym — a learning marketing system. These guys are serious about the business of associations and the tremendous benefits it brings to the table. They offer an assessment service to evaluate an association’s content assets, staff capability, market viability of their content and creates an action plan to takes members from 0 to 100 with their modern, powerful continuing education, ecommerce enabled LMS.

United States based BHTA Systems has been around a long time supporting associations and they are the association feature powerhouse.  Designed to support the most complex association deployments, BHTA is modern with a mobile response LMS, sophisticated ecommerce, AMS integration, accreditation body integration, complex CE management, dozens of language localizations and integrated social/gamified features.  When associations are really serious, they have complex requirements and even a tiny % of failure is not an option, BHTA Systems rises to the top.

Unlike anywhere in the industry, the Academy graduate can opt in to a COBRA membership by filling out a small application and paying annual dues.

What comes with my COBRA association membership?

  • 30-70% off of any of Bounty Hunter apparel line
  • Tactical Gear – i.e. Tactical Vests, Body Armor, etc.
  • 20-80% off of any of our non-lethal weapons
  • 30-70% off any of the 4-star hotel accommodations
  • Discounts on Liability Insurance
  • Wanted flyer posting on Web site
  • Access to annual nationwide convention

Here are three ways students can get ahead by joining COBRA:

Networking
Offer you countless opportunities to meet
A professional association can offer you countless opportunities to meet and get to know the most successful, well-connected and well-respected people in the Bail industry. Conferences, local chapter events and volunteering on committees are all great occasions to talk to those with years of experience. Use these events to learn from them and to start building your professional network, which will help when pursuing contracts later.
Education
Members with the latest industry news and developments
Many associations provide their members with the latest industry news and developments. They can also give you the resources to deal with these issues and practical advice on how to make the most of the newest industry innovations. Association seminars, newsletters and access to online articles give members the tools to grow and improve every day. This is the edge you may need to come out of the Academy with both a diploma and job opportunities.
Mentorship
You need to learn from the best, and that means having a mentor
Harry had Dumbledore, Katniss had Haymitch, and Luke had Obi-Wan. If you want to be the best, you need to learn from the best, and that means having a mentor. Associations may count both industry veterans and hot up-and-comers in their membership. Some of them might be eager to help you—the rookie—out by showing you the ropes and giving you all sorts of pearls of wisdom that they have collected through the years. Participating in your association’s events and initiatives will expose you to these people and give you contacts you can call upon when you need some advice.

COBRA membership: $150.00

Annual Dues: $50.00

All non-COBRA members – pay retail.

Terms and Conditions attached

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