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The question is...
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO CARRY THE BADGE OF A FEDERAL AGENT?
With September 11, 2001, behind us and the constant threat of terrorism ahead, the FBI reports a “critical need” for more special agents -- and that’s just one of many roles you could play in this profession. The IRS will need more agents to investigate healthcare fraud with the new healthcare bill fines. As a federal agent, you could investigate corporate scandals, work to stop drug smuggling, search luggage for bombs, and much more. And you’ll have to be good at keeping secrets: the job requires confidentiality at all costs.
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The Intelligence Community
The United States Intelligence Community has undergone a myriad of changes since 11 September 2001. Although the U.S. Congress made every attempt to reorganize this community to a more efficient, transparent, and unified group, it may have only created a more diversified and divided segment of intelligence gatherers. You can find out more about the United States Intelligence Community below.
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- Investigate complex crimes
- Conduct surveillance
- Analyze business records
- Go undercover
- Arrest fugitives
- Investigate Terrorism
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Know what the TOP Intelligence agency knows about the world. At the CIA World Fact Book HERE.
Government economists expect jobs for police officers, including federal agents, to grow as fast as the average for all careers through 2016.
Competition is expected to be tough for federal law enforcement agency jobs. There are typically more qualified candidates than there are job openings at the federal level. That’s because the salaries in federal agencies are relatively high.
Those with a bachelor’s degree and experience in law enforcement or the military will have better chances.
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As a former Federal Special Agent and Criminal Investigator, I have been privileged to serve the United States of America in varied capacities. I have acquired a wealth of knowledge throughout a 20 year career by being involved in many government law enforcement operations. Today, many students are interested in law enforcement careers. If that's your interest, and you want to make a difference, then a career in federal law enforcement may be for you. Federal Law Enforcement makes a difference on a global scale.
What Federal Agencies have Special Agents? Find out HERE. See if you have what it takes to be a special agent.
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