AIA launched a newly redesigned website www.aiasurety.com on June 1, 2009.
The National Association of Pre-Trial Service Agencies (NAPSA) is focused on adding to their customer base through aggressive expansion campaigns. Find out what you can do to help stop this from happening.
Bail agents join the ranks of state political officials to implement change for the betterment of commercial bail.
Speaking before a board of public officials and private industry leaders at a recent four-day summit in Washington, D.C., AIA’s Chief Legal Officer, Jerry Watson, unveiled a proposal to tighten consequences for early-release bond conditions.
Get-tough-on-crime laws have packed prisons to capacity and do nothing to rehabilitate offenders. Post-Conviction Bonds could change all that.
Atlanta, GA, the southeast’s major economic hub, was a logical location for the recent Southeast Region Agents Conference. Atlanta has a booming population and is home to an increasingly important business community of Coca-Cola and CNN.
AIA stands firmly against the growth of government sponsored “Free Bail” agencies.
The bail business has long been a paper-intensive industry. AIA is aims to change that with the development of computer programs intended to streamline the bail-writing process.
In May 2007, AIA President and CEO, Brian Nairin, presented Yolanda Smalls, an officer of the National Black Bail Agents Network (NBBAN) with a charitable donation.
I would like to take the opportunity to thank every agent and employee who contributed to our Hurricane Katrina Fundraiser. When I asked our agents and staff to participate in this fundraiser, I knew we would be making history.