Army CID looking for recruits

By U.S. Army Criminal Investigative Command Public Affairs

The U.S. Army Criminal Investigative Command is recruiting. Below is the text of the poster to your left.

CID poster for release_2015_72dpiSpecial agents from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command are seeking your assistance in finding qualified Soldiers to become CID special agents and to join the Department of Defense’s premier investigative organziation.

CID special agents are highly trained federal agents who conduct criminal investigations that range from fraud to homicide and, when appropriate, work in conjunction with local, state, and other federal investigative agencies.

CID special agents also conduct computer crime investigations, polygraph services, criminal intelligence collection and analysis, and provide personal security services, much like the U.S. Secret Service, for key DoD and Army officials. CID agents also provide a variety of other services normally associated with modern law enforcement activities.

As a CID agent, you will be on the cutting edge of criminal investigative tactics and techniques and receive some of the best training in law enforcement today. CID agents are supported by a world-renowned criminal forensic laboratory and have the opportunity to pursue education at the FBI National Academy, Metropolitan Police Academy at Scotland Yard, the Defense Academy of Credibility Assessment, and the Canadian Police College.

By joining CID you will be on the fast track to become a sworn federal law enforcement agent investigating felony-level crime with training and experience second to none.

Join today by visiting to apply or contact your local CID office.

To learn more, visit this video shortlink:

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