CID Seeks Soldiers to Become Special Agents
April 12, 2007
WASHINGTON (Army News Service, April 12, 2007) - The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is seeking 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.
Agents receive the very latest in criminal investigative training at the U.S. Army Military Police School and advanced training in specialized investigative disciplines. Selected agents receive advanced training at the FBI National Academy, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and the Canadian Police College. Agents also have the opportunity to pursue a master's degree in Forensic Science at George Washington University.
To qualify, applicants must be a U.S. citizen, be at least 21 years old and have at least two years of military experience but not more than 10, have a physical profile 222221 or higher, normal color vision and an ST score of 110 or higher (ST 107 if tested on or after 2 January 2002). They must be able to speak and write clearly, have two years of college or at least 60 semester credit hours, maximum grade of E-5 (non-promotable), be able to complete 60 months of service obligation upon completion of the Apprentice Special Agent Course, have no record of psychological or pathological personality disorders and no record of unsatisfactory credit, have suitable character established by a Single Scope Background Investigation leading to a Top Secret clearance, and have no civil court or court martial convictions.
Soldiers with civilian or military law enforcement experience are preferred, but not required.
For more information contact your local CID office or visit <a href="http://www.cid.army.mil"target=_blank> www.cid.army.mil</a> to download applications.