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  • Investigate criminal activities and activities related to espionage, treason, and terrorism
  • Interview witnesses and questioning suspects
  • Use polygraph machines (lie detectors)
  • Conduct sensitive/serious investigations
  • Collect, analyze, and disseminate Criminal Intelligence
  • Conduct Protective Service Operations
  • Provide forensic laboratory support
  • Maintain Army criminal records
  • Investigate serious crime

Training
Job training for a Criminal Investigations Special Agent consists of a 15-week resident course challenging the student
both mentally and physically, and is designed to train enlisted personnel for criminal investigation duty in field units of
the US Army Criminal Investigation Command. Some of the skills you'll learn are:

  • Civil and military laws
  • Special investigative techniques and photography
  • Drug investigations
  • Investigative reports
  • Economic crimes
  • Investigation procedures and techniques
  • Investigations of crimes against persons and property
  • Physical evidence
  • Crime scene processing
  • Testimonial evidence

Related Civilian Jobs
The skills you learn as a Criminal Investigations Special Agent will help prepare you for a future with federal, state and
local, intelligence and law enforcement agencies as well as private security companies. You'll be able to pursue a
career as a detective, private investigator, undercover agent, or security guard.

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The Army has their own law enforcement and security specialists
to handle felony-level crimes committed on Army property or that
involve Army personnel.

Criminal Investigations Special Agents are primarily responsible
for supervising or conducting investigations of incidents and
offenses or allegations of criminality that affect Army or Defense
personnel, property, facilities or activities.

Some of your duties as a Criminal Investigations Special Agent
may include: