Army CID Criminal Investigator Careers

The Army works to enforce the law and the UCMJ, which is the military uniform code of military justice. The UCMJ spells out the majority of laws and regulations that govern military personnel serving in the United States Military service around the world. Army CID Special Agents are responsible for conducting investigations and supervising various types of inquires into criminal offenses with Army or military personnel.

When And Where Do CID Investigates?

The CID Army Investigation service supports the Army in time of war and peacetime, and they conduct in depth investigations in both battlefield conditions and peacetime operations. They are involved in logistical security and looking into serious crimes. They also work in investigation of war crimes and enforcing the rule of law. An enlisted Army CID investigator starts out working under direct supervision of a more advanced and senior CID officer, working to deal with criminal investigations and learning on the job additional training from senior investigators. Working out of an Army CID office involves dealing with many different types of criminal intelligence and information. You can potentially deal with espionage, treason and other types of investigative services infractions. After attending basic training for 9 weeks you will progress to advanced CID training School. Some of the different responsibilities that serving in the Army CID as an investigator involves looking into serious crime, conducting background checks at the direction of Army Commands, and working to gather and preserve forensic criminal evidence.

Army CID personnel work to maintain criminal investigative service records, and conduct a variety of serious and sensitive investigations. You will attend 15 weeks of advanced individual training and learn investigation and surveillance skill sets, and how to collect and deal with different types of investigation skills. As you are trained as a CID investigator you will learn how to deal with state of the Art investigative techniques. You will learn how to conduct covert surveillance and gather information on minor and advanced criminal investigations, as well as how to assist in major cases involving potential terrorism, treason or other high level operations.

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The Army maintains its own Criminal Investigative service to take care of in depth investigations and criminal cases. The Army Criminal investigative Service is the Army Law Enforcement investigation special service. It works to investigate and look into various types of investigations and Army law enforcement matters.

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military dot image Bridgett guess    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I am excited about this career I am a criminal justice major with a minor in computer science I am a senior I have some experiencen in criminal inverstgations. I am a motivated young women who would be honored to have the oppporunity to show what I know in this field. For me it would be more then a job it is a passion for me to serve


military dot image JON HIATT    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Just curious what is avaliable


military dot image jane doe    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I want to become a part of the CID. I have almost ten years government service. Almost 7 yrs with Department of Homeland Security and a little over 2 yrs with the army. Do u have to be MP before you can work with the CID?


military dot image T    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

At least 6 months of mp is required.


military dot image FRANK ESCALANTE    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I am a civilian graduate student at American Military University ( AMU) and I want to further my studies in “Investigation Career.” Is there a short term program for this course and what school should I attend? I am already 60 years old but willing and able to work in any government or private sectors.


military dot image firoz    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I am join cid training and after job in cid


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