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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS SPECIAL AGENT - U.S. Army

Date Posted: Oct 22, 2020
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  • Location:
    Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
  • Company:
  • Type:
    Full Time/Permanent
  • Shift:
  • Career Level:
    Entry Level
  • Positions:
  • Experience:
    2 Year
  • Gender:
    No Preference
  • Degree:
    Bachelors
  • Apply Before:
    Feb 28, 2021

Job Description

CID special agents are primarily responsible for conducting criminal investigations in which the Army is, or may be, a party of interest. They handle felony-level crimes that involve Army property and Army personnel.

Job Duties

  • Conducts independent felony-level criminal investigations; General and Economic Crimes, and Counter-Drug Operations
  • Processes crime scenes and collects evidence
  • Conducts interviews or interrogations of complainants, victims, witnesses and subject
  • Provide forensic laboratory support
  • Performs Protective Services operations

For more information about Army CID, visit www.cid.army.mil.

Requirements

CID Special Agents must have high moral standards and the utmost integrity. The training agents receive provide them with the technical skills that will permit them to execute any felony investigative mission with success.  Due to the nature of work required of CID Special Agents, strict qualification must be met prior to application.  Minimum eligibility requirements are listed below.

  • In-service Soldiers only
  • U.S. Citizen
  • 21 or older
  • Completed Basic Leader Course (formerly known as the Warrior Leader Course)
  • SPC-SGT(P)
  • Between 2-10 years of military service
  • 60 semester hours or more from an accredited institution
  • Skilled Technical (ST) score of 107 or higher
  • General Technical (GT) score of 110 or higher
  • Consistently meet the height and weight standards prescribed in AR 600-9 and consistently pass the Army Physical Fitness Test
  • Ability to deploy worldwide, have no physical limitations and normal color vision
  • Ability to speak and write clearly
  • Favorable credit history
  • Valid driver’s license and favorable driving record
  • At least one year of military police experience or two years civilian police experience (requirement for reserve soldiers only)

Visit www.cid.army.mil/militaryagents2.htmlfor the complete list of requirements and instructions to begin your application.

Training

Job training for a CID Special Agent requires completing 15 weeks of a resident course, which is designated to train criminal investigation duties in field units for the Army.


Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

  • Civil and military laws
  • Investigation procedures and techniques
  • Crime scene processing
  • Testimonial evidence
  • Protective services
  • Child abuse prevention
  • Crisis/Hostage negotiations

Helpful Skills

  • Interest in law enforcement
  • Willingness to perform potentially dangerous work
  • Ability to make quick decisions
  • Remain calm under heavy duress
  • Mental and physical fitness

Required ASVAB Score(s)

Skilled Technical (ST): 107, General Technical (GT): 110

In addition to basic pay Soldiers are entitled the following allowances:

ARMY FOOD ALLOWANCE - $200.00/mo

The Basic Allowance for Subsistence is used to pay for food for enlisted Soldiers and officers authorized to eat off post. Most Soldiers who qualify for this Army food allowance receive more than $200 per month.

ARMY HOUSING ALLOWANCE - $800.00 - $1,800.00/mo

The Basic Allowance for Housing offsets the cost of housing when Soldiers live off post. BAH rates are based on location, rank and family status. This Army housing allowance is the second-largest piece of compensation for most Soldiers.

ARMY CLOTHING ALLOWANCE - $200.00 - $350.00 annually

Benefits

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