The North Carolina Bail Agents Association (NCBAA) believes the bail agents it represents play a crucial role in the states judicial system and, therefore, deserve to be represented by a professional association. As a member of NCBAA, you join more than 1,200 bail agents currently doing business in North Carolina that receive industry information, education and professional enhancement.

We realize our members are held to strict guidelines issued by the state and we realize that as a bail agent, you take your responsibilities to the courts and your community seriously. As you work to provide a much needed service that is beneficial to the courts, the justice system and the community, your Association works to make your membership have a lasting impact.

As a member of NCBAA, you will:

Advance your profession
Contribute to positive industry awareness
Network with peers
Understand legislation affecting your industry
Stay updated on industry news, trends and research
Get association logo items
Get discounts on NCBAA continuing education classes
Receive a NCBAA newsletter and annual directory
Discount hotel rates for any stay in Raleigh

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Become A Member Today

The North Carolina Bail Agents Association looks forward to having you join our efforts to help strengthen our industry.

Download the New Member Form and join us today.

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Monday, November 19, 2018
Mailing & Office Address:
1220 Eastchester Dr., Ste 104 High Point, NC  27265    
Phone Number:  919-832-0867
Fax Number:  1-866-249-7020

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"The entire presentation was excellent.  Doug is a fountain of knowledge." -Prentiss Smith

"I really enjoyed the class and it has helped me to better understand the business, which in return will help me with my daily duties here in the office. Mr. Cozart did a fantastic job with instruction while keeping it interesting." -Chasity McGlamory

"Doug was an excellent teacher.  His Power Point presentation kept me very interested." -Yvonne Lennon

"Excellent class, presentation was easy to understand." -Abigail Boyd

"Woo hoo! Thank you so much, the class was an amazing experience and very easy to follow along and learn from in order to pass." -Laura Geho

"I found that every person I've come in contact with in the NCBAA to be very professional, knowledgeable, courteous and extremely helpful.  Mr. Doug Cozart was an exceptional instructor.  He knew everything about the business and bail bonding.  His presentation of the material was spot on as well as his own personal experience.  I count not have ask for a better instructor and I'm VERY satisfied with my experience." -Caleb Tester

"Instructor was very informative and funny (good sense of humor -knew his subject very well - great teacher)." -James McCaskill

"I liked the graphics.  It drew a picture in my mind of the processes." -Josh Norvell

"I just wanted to take a moment to say how impressed and appreciative of the NCBAA I am. I turned 20 last August and for a while I have wanted to be a North Carolina Bail Agent, so I did some research and signed up for the class in late October. I was not aware that you have to take the class 6 months or less before you begin the licensing process, so I thought I had wasted my time, and money. Doug Cozart and Melissa Seiler both helped me out immensely by allowing me to come at a later date with no extra charge to retake the test, and whole class, if I wished. Doug personally took time out of his day to spend about an hour with me after class had ended to give me advice, share some resources, and some very meaningful encouragement to help me reach my dream of being a bondsman, and my own boss. Also, I would like to add that I was very impressed with how, during the class, Doug articulated to all of us the movements and changes in legislation that the NCBAA and everyone involved have made to help improve and preserve the the flourishment of North Carolina Bail Agents. There is absolutely no other organization I recommend using to both take your class, and get further education on being a bail agent in North Carolina." -Keaton Brailsford