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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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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Saturday, November 17, 2018
Mailing & Office Address:
1220 Eastchester Dr., Ste 104 High Point, NC  27265    
Phone Number:  919-832-0867
Fax Number:  1-866-249-7020


The North Carolina Bail Agents Association believes it is important to highlight the importance of private bail. The following are several benefits provided by our industry.

  1. Provides pretrial release and monitoring services at no cost to taxpayers.
  2. Provides the opportunity for many defendants to secure their freedom while awaiting disposition of their case.1
  3. Reduces jail population by providing a means for defendants to obtain pretrial release.
  4. Creates an incentive to insure that defendants appear in court because the bail agent is liable for defendants who fail to appear.
  5. The bail agent’s authority to arrest provides an investigative and enforcement system to return failures to appear at no cost to the taxpayers.
  6. The bail agent’s reputation for arrest of defendants who fail to appear is an added motivation for many defendants to appear that is not present in other types of release.

1 The Bureau of Justice Statistics: Pretrial Release of Felony Defendants in State Courts; Thomas Cohen, Ph.D. and Brian A. Reaves, Ph.D.; November 2007; Page 4.