Kansas Bail Enforcement Agents are now required to register with the Kansas Attorney General's Office.
Kansas Bail Enforcement Agents are defined as "a person not performing the duties of a law enforcement officer who tracks down, captures and surrenders to the custody of a court a fugitive who has violated a surety or bail bond agreement, commonly referred to as a bounty hunter."
An authorized surety or bail bond agent attempting to enforce a bail bond is NOT deemed to be engaging in the business of a bail enforcement agent. So therefore, a bail bond agent does NOT need to register with the Attorney General's office. See HB 2056 for definition of Bail Bond Agents.
More information and forms are available on the Attorney General's website, www.ag.ks.gov