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Blitzer
04-24-2007, 07:43
Army Seeks Soldiers to Become Special Agents

Week of April 23, 2007

The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command seeks qualified Soldiers to become criminal investigators. Army CID special agents investigate felony-level crime of Army interest, conduct protective-service operations, and work with other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to solve crime and combat terrorism. Soldiers with civilian or military law enforcement experience are preferred, but not required. For more information contact your local CID office or visit www.cid.army.mil to download applications.

Agents (http://www.military.com/military-report/army-seeks-soldiers-to-become-special-agents?ESRC=miltrep.nl)

DriBak
05-11-2007, 14:30
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16vmkII
05-30-2007, 12:19
If I wasn't tired of the Army I'd drop my packet. :upeyes:

Hal9mm
06-05-2007, 14:20
Originally posted by 16vmkII
If I wasn't tired of the Army I'd drop my packet. :upeyes:

Its a civilian LE position though right?

Blitzer
06-05-2007, 15:15
Originally posted by Hal9mm
Its a civilian LE position though right?

The CID is made up of both Civilian (GSA) and active military personnel. ;)

http://www.cid.army.mil/mission.htm

As the Army's primary criminal investigative organization and DoD's premier investigative organization, CID is responsible for the conduct of criminal investigations in which the Army is, or may be, a party of interest.

Headquartered at Fort Belvoir, Virginia and operating throughout the world, CID Special Agents conduct criminal investigations that range from death to fraud, on and off military reservations and when appropriate, with local, state and other federal investigative agencies.

CID supports the Army through the deployment, in peace and war, of highly trained Soldier and government service Special Agents and support personnel, the operation of a certified forensic laboratory, a protective services unit, computer crimes specialists, polygraph services, criminal intelligence collection and analysis and a variety of other services normally associated with law enforcement activities.

The Criminal Investigation Command's mission is the same in both the installation and battlefield environments, however, additional requirements are taken on during battlefield support.

Hal9mm
06-05-2007, 15:28
Originally posted by Blitzer
The CID is made up of both Civilian (GSA) and active military personnel. ;)

http://www.cid.army.mil/mission.htm

Interesting, as a GSA do you get stationed somewhere?

Sam White
06-07-2007, 14:30
Not that it matters, but GSA is the General Services Administration. They administer over federal installations, own fleets of vehicles that are leased out to other agencies, and issue supplies to civilian govenrnment entities and some military organizations. They are responsible for law and order on federal installations (civilian agencies, mostly). The GSA also has its own law enforcement and security personnel.

16vmkII
07-04-2007, 22:01
The civilians are more technical support I THINK.