What is a Public Official Fidelity Bond?
Public officials may be required to put up a bond to make sure that they uphold their duties in good faith. These are especially used for public officials that have access to funds or other private information, such as the county clerk. These are some of the oldest types of bonds that have been issued. In the 1800's, these were standard in many public offices and were usually granted by another individual.
To get a Public Official Bond, just click on the Apply Online image below. Choose your state and then the type of bond you need.
See our License and Permit Bond page for more.