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Army CID Information Session


March 01, 2018

12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.

Room 165, Reno Hall, McNichols Campus

Interested in learning more about working with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division? Guest speakers from the United States Army will present information and answer questions regarding this unique opportunity, including pay and benefits. A wide range of degrees are sought for this position, including finance & accounting, social sciences, computer sciences, pre-law, legal studies and biology.

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. 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. Their duties are:

  • 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

Register for this event using the "My Events" tab in your TitanCareerLink account or contact the Center for Career & Professional Development for more information.

RSVP: Required

Contact: Carol Jones, office assistant, Center for Career & Professional Development
Phone: 313-993-1017
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