I'll chime in here as I'm former active duty CID and currently a Reserve Agent. Civilian CID is for FEDLEO, but as far as the army hq, they dont' see them any different than military agents and treat them as such. MPFU does investigate servicemembers as well as civilians; when it comes to fraud, usually anything over 100K goes to MPFU. I would look into joining the Army Reserve as a CID agent and just stay a local LEO. Regarding FLETC, USAMPS recently received accreditation from FLETA, so any move to Glynco is way off, if non-existent. Total compensation includes housing, medical, food, special pay, and vacation time. How has U.S. Army responded to the COVID-19 outbreak? I must remind you that you will be working a lot of hours. Specialized job. Fairygodboss provides free job reviews for women, by women. Officers and Law Enforcement Professionals ONLY, If this is your first visit be sure to check out the frequently asked questions by clicking here. They mainly work a lot of the computer/cyber forensics. USACIDC was established as a United States Army command in 1971 and is headquartered at Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia. Must get used to multiple personality types which may disagree with your own perspective. the army cannot be viewed through a civilan point of view. They ALL get treated the same and have Very professional and very dedicated people. Physical training in the morning from 6-8. I probably averaged 60 plus while at Bragg and 70 here at PSB. If you were in charge, what would you do to make U.S. Army a better place to work? Oh it's pretty easy. It was the best decision I made in my life. You can take control of your career as long as you are proactive and don't turn down training or assignments. Instead it's a 15-week Apprentice Special Agent Course at the U.S. Army Military Police School. As far as getting hired on w/ MPFU, good luck; you need to know someone on the inside to get your foot in the door. The office I work in interviews EVERY interview conducted. There is the opportunity to travel and see the world. I have gone around the world, performed investigations and have caught over 100+ "Bad Guys", or prevented them from accomplishing their goals. The advancement is in writing and easy to follow. The United States Army was challenging and extremely rewarding. First, there are no officers in CID, only enlisted and Warrant Officers. I've enjoyed my deployments with CID and am always glad when its time to go home and get back to my civilian job. I have mentored numerous Special Agents to grow in the "Art of Thinking Like A Terrorist". Healthcare, retirement, opportunities to learn, travel. The CID Special Agent Warrant Officer Advanced course (Phase 1) encompasses leadership, resource management, deliberate risk management, career progression, investigative support functions, intelligence operations, battle analyses, military briefings, and command of CID units in a force projection Army. "Although many CID agents already have some type of military or civilian police background, it is not a requirement to qualify and be accepted into the special agent training program." Excellent communication skills with the ability to write clearly, facilitate interviews, and present information during court proceedings. 265 members and 4691 guests. Our community is ready to answer. Worldwide, the organization has slightly fewer than 3,000 soldiers and civilians, of whom approximately 900 are special agents. I fight where I'm told and I win where I fight." "I am a Soldier. All times are GMT-6. It seems as if it would only benefit the agency. I have been an Agent for 4 years, volunteered for 3 or 4 deployments and have not been on one yet. I wish I was still in. Sellouts to a political liberal agenda for personal gain. They are hard to come by in CID. If you don't like it get out, so I did. Army CID Special Agent. There aren't many (note I said many) civilian LE agencies that are going outside the wire in combat zones to conduct counterintelligence (or other) activities. The office I work in interviews EVERY interview conducted. Took many advanced classes and certifications. Be a United States citizen. There is a catch, however, as a military agent you're NOT an 1811. However, having been on the civilian side for a while I'm not sure I want to go back in to such a restrictive/disciplined environment.