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Miss Brooke Harlan Uses Miss Brooke’s Bail Bonding to Support Vulnerable People

Sometimes, people find themselves detained or incarcerated because they fell through the cracks of a broken justice system. They may not have done anything to warrant the consequences heaped upon them, but they do not have the resources to get them out. A staunch supporter of social justice for the wrongly accused, Miss Brooke Harlan took it upon herself to provide support and resources to individuals who wanted to regain their freedom. Through her company Brooke’s Bail Bonding, Miss Brooke Harlan has touched many lives and helped her clients get back on their feet.

Miss Brooke Harlan has always wanted to help people, and she found her calling: to help people get out of jail and provide them the support they need to change their lives for the better. So often, her clients are victims of social injustice brought about by a broken justice system. Through her company, she empowers her clients and gives rise to positive change in the community.

Located in Nashville, she and her dedicated team at Miss Brooke’s Bail Bonding aim to transform lives and encourage growth by helping people who have been mistreated under a broken judicial system. “We are in the business of getting people out of jail and keeping them out of jail. We do this by helping them make bail, but that is only the first step in the process. We also provide the support and resources they need to turn their lives around and stay on the course of improvement,” she shared.

Most of the world runs on a nine-to-five schedule, but the justice system never sleeps. So to serve the community in the best way she can, Miss Brooke Harlan has her company take calls 24/7. No matter what time or day it is, someone from Miss Brooke’s Bail Bonding will be ready to listen and serve a person in need. “These people are going through a difficult experience, maybe even one they never imagined would happen in their lives,” Miss Brooke said. “What they need is someone who can listen to their concerns and help them solve their problems. And we provide that support and aid that they need.” 

Miss Brooke Harlan is also committed to supporting positive change in the community. “After we take people out of jail, we help them regain their footing as they re-enter the community. We also take measures to prevent members of our community from falling victim to the justice system,” she explained. They also offer peer support services, life coaching sessions led by certified coaches, and solutions to generational problems experienced by their community members. 

Vulnerable communities often become targets in a broken judicial system, and Miss Brooke Harlan and her company aim to change that. “We want to help people and communities who are actively seeking change. We encourage growth and change in our communities. And I believe a huge part of that is letting the general public know about the plight these communities face.”

Bail reform is also another issue that Miss Brooke Harlan takes a stand on. According to her, “The constitutional right to make bail is being threatened. Eliminating cash bail will also prevent people from expanding support to incarcerated individuals who need a fighting chance. Many of our clients at Miss Brooke’s Bail Bonding are not bad people but have had bad things happen to them. We, as a society, need to be more careful about the judgments we pass. We must ensure that the severely disadvantaged can still access the resources they need.”

Miss Brooke’s Bail Bonding has helped the Nashville communities throughout the years. Miss Brooke’s goal is to serve more communities across the United States by expanding her business to other states. She shared, “We, as a team, have done so much good for our communities, the state of Tennessee, and one another that I can’t imagine waking up each day and doing anything different.”



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