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Top 50 Special Agent Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Special Agent. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Special Agent resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.0% of Special Agent resumes contained Law Enforcement as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Special Agent actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Special Agent

1. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Exercised executive responsibility to plan/direct/implement/evaluate comprehensive law enforcement and regulatory strategy.
  • Coordinate with unit supply representative to ensure all law enforcement and medical equipment is available when conducting travel missions.
  • Instructed various training courses/seminars on protection and/or financial crimes to diverse groups including law enforcement and private industry personnel.
  • Frequent lecturer to allied agencies, colleges and universities regarding law enforcement and criminal justice related topics.
  • Planned, developed, administered and directed comprehensive law enforcement and regulatory strategies.
  • Leveraged relationships with both national and international law enforcement partners for optimal effectiveness.
  • Specialized training as a hostage negotiator and instructor for International Law Enforcement training.
  • Coordinated investigative matters with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
  • Initiate operations with Venezuelan law enforcement and military units targeting Venezuelan traffickers.
  • Worked jointly with other Federal, State, County, and local law enforcement agencies on joint investigations and task forces.
  • Coordinate with federal and international law enforcement, military, political and personal staff for the President and world leaders.
  • Mentored and trained interns and law enforcement agents on conducting interviews, interrogations, and testifying in legal proceedings.
  • Collaborated effectively with other law enforcement agencies (Joint Task Force Operations) to include sting and undercover operations.
  • Established excellent relationships with a broad cross-section of Federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.
  • Provided criminal and force protection training to the Law Enforcement Agencies overseas.
  • Managed and supervised 11 city and county law enforcement officers and detectives.
  • Conducted a wide variety of training classes for local law enforcement officers.
  • Developed excellent liaison with federal and state and local law enforcement agencies.
  • Assist local, state and federal law enforcement agencies with intelligence.
  • Chaired Law Enforcement/Security Planning Committee for 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.

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2. Counterintelligence Investigations
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Here's how Counterintelligence Investigations is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted criminal and counterintelligence investigations.
  • Conducted several discreet counterintelligence investigations related to military members and their potential ties to foreign intelligence and security service officers.
  • Trained and prepared Counterintelligence Agents on debriefing, Interrogation, and Counterintelligence Investigations which would be used in future deployments.
  • Initiated, planned, and conducted counterintelligence investigations on suspected espionage, foreign intelligence collection, and terrorism.
  • Planned, developed, directed and provided technical support functions to major criminal, fraud and counterintelligence investigations.
  • Ensured counterintelligence investigations throughout CONUS and forward-deployed environments in support of Global War on Terrorism were accomplished.
  • Conducted counterintelligence investigations involving US embassies and US government personnel that identified three active intelligence operations.
  • Managed investigative activities of 12 counterintelligence investigations and the production of 20 intelligence products.
  • Conducted felony criminal, fraud and counterintelligence investigations servicing base population of over 36,000.
  • Planned and conducted major criminal, fraud, and counterintelligence investigations.
  • Monitor all counterintelligence investigations to ensure they meet regulatory guidance.
  • Increased criminal, fraud and counterintelligence investigations.
  • Interview Sources to determine counterintelligence investigations.
  • Developed, planned, and conducted criminal, fraud, and counterintelligence investigations for the Air Force and Department of Defense.
  • Conducted foreign counterintelligence investigations, served as liaison to U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence.
  • Managed the counterintelligence investigations and force protection program, which covered over 32 countries in the Southeast Asia region.
  • Planned, coordinated and conducted felony level criminal, fraud and counterintelligence investigations and - operations.
  • Led Counterintelligence investigations and conducted source and subject interviews.
  • Instructed counterintelligence investigations Trained Soldiers on SAEDA/TARP investigations Taught counterintelligence and force protection report writing Graded Soldiers on surveillance
  • Conducted counterintelligence investigations in Maydan Shar District, Wardak Province, Afghanistan.

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3. Fraud Investigations
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Here's how Fraud Investigations is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Protected and enhanced financial integrity of programs and operations; successfully conducted contract and grant fraud investigations involving millions of dollars.
  • Assisted in conducting intricate and delicate criminal/fraud investigations involving senior public officials and multinational corporations having continuing political or media interest.
  • Provided technical guidance and instructions to worldwide field elements concerning the conduct and coordination of complex major Procurement Fraud Investigations.
  • Conducted international financial fraud investigations and assisted Latvian officials investigating the fraudulent collapse of that country's largest bank.
  • Conducted multiple fraud investigations involving extensive case work to include surveillance, undercover operations, and search/arrest warrant execution.
  • Conducted Medicare and Medicaid fraud investigations and department internal investigations.
  • Assigned to the procurement fraud unit conducting white-collar fraud investigations.
  • Spearheaded numerous fraud investigations totaling 1.7 million dollars.
  • Participated in major procurement fraud investigations.
  • Assisted the Syracuse, NY MPFU Field Office with contract acquisition and procurement fraud investigations pertaining to US Army contracts.
  • Assisted the U.S. Army Major Procurement Fraud Unit with contract acquisition and procurement fraud investigations pertaining to U.S. Army contracts.
  • Handled various types of detailed insurance fraud investigations, involving all lines of coverage, from start to prosecution.
  • Served as the fraud investigations program manager, investigating white collar crimes in contracting, claims and kickbacks.
  • Contributed as Case Agent and Undercover Agent on several long term health care/insurance fraud investigations.
  • Handle criminal and procurement fraud investigations, along with active and passive sourcing of informants.
  • Total recoveries in financial fraud investigations of over $70 million and outstanding performance ratings.
  • Specialized in Economic crime and Fraud Investigations regarding loss to the United States Government.
  • Investigated and assisted in the prosecution of Federal corporate fraud and stock fraud investigations.
  • Conducted Passport fraud investigations while assigned to the NY Field Office.
  • Task Force RAPTOR Conduct complex fraud investigations within the Army's Recruiting Assistance Program.

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4. Military Personnel
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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted suitability investigations of military personnel.
  • Testified in judicial proceedings, conducted interviews and interrogations of numerous corporate, government, and military personnel.
  • Trained over 350 military personnel to identify and report criminal activity which resulted in a more vigilant community.
  • Performed debriefings of military personnel for the purpose of collecting information obtained during official travel.
  • Conducted interviews of foreign nationals in order to insure the security of military personnel.
  • Conducted background investigations of government employees, military personnel, and defense contractors
  • Guided street agents conducting investigations into felony crimes involving military personnel.
  • Conducted background investigations related to military personnel and defense contractors.
  • Key Responsibilities:Conducted initial and periodic security clearances of 5000+ military personnel, DoD civilians, and U.S. civilian contractors.
  • Identified 12 possible terrorist in the country of Hungary and possibly helped thwart a terrorist attack against military personnel.
  • Trained over 200 military personnel, which enhanced the knowledge of sexual harassment/assault and different cultures of the installation.
  • Coordinated successful training to over 2,000 service members and nonmilitary personnel on threat awareness, reporting, and prevention.
  • Managed the security programs at seven separate and disparate sites staffed by civilians, contractors and military personnel.
  • Orchestrated evidence collection at five Air Force bases that proved product defect and risk to military personnel.
  • Coordinated training for 200 military personnel on weapons systems, with final result of 100% qualification.
  • Provided technical oversight to eight civilians, 6 local national investigators, and 12 military personnel.
  • Conducted high level briefings for senior military personnel, civilian Law Enforcement agencies and U.S.
  • Debriefed countless detainees, walk-ins as well as non U.S. military personnel.
  • Conducted investigations and surveillance on military personnel and civilians suspected of using or trafficking illegal narcotics Conducted crime scene forensic investigations.
  • Coordinated criminal investigations with local law enforcement agencies and provided terrorist survivability and CI awareness briefings to military personnel.

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5. Physical Evidence
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Here's how Physical Evidence is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Interviewed suspects, processed crime scenes, collected and preserved physical evidence and prepared legally sufficient technical reports for supported leaders.
  • Collected, preserved, and evaluates physical evidence for scientific examination by laboratories and use in judicial proceedings.
  • Received, inventoried, and processed all physical evidence into the unit evidence depository.
  • Obtained and analyzed potentially relevant records, documents, and physical evidence.
  • Obtained subject confession for a three-year-old rape allegation without physical evidence.
  • Collected and preserved physical evidence, photographs and laboratory submissions.
  • Collected and analyzed physical evidence.
  • Responded and processed crime scenes, conducted interrogations and searches, and collected and preserved physical evidence regarding U.S. Army personnel.
  • Identified, examined, preserved, collected and submitted physical evidence at crime scenes while protecting the integrity of the scene.
  • Perform surveillance duties; participate in raids; interview witnesses; interrogate suspects; search for physical evidence and clues.
  • Worked in undercover capacity to collect physical evidence as well as criminal admissions for use in trial.
  • Secured and protected crime scenes to include physical evidence, suspects, victims, and collecting statements.
  • Developed and presented witness and physical evidence that reconstructs events, sequences, and time elements.
  • Acted as the quality assurance coordinator ensuring the proper collection and handling of physical evidence.
  • Photographed, prepared sketches, and searched crime scenes thoroughly for physical evidence.
  • Instructed Iraqi police units in the site exploitation and collection of physical evidence.
  • Prepare case reports from allegations, transcripts of interviews and physical evidence.
  • Collected, preserved, and evaluated physical evidence from crime scenes.
  • Processed crime scenes, collected and preserved physical evidence.
  • Collected, analyzed an interpreted information, documentation and physical evidence associated with investigations.

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6. Criminal Investigations
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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted criminal investigations utilizing sophisticated investigative techniques.
  • Directed and conducted criminal investigations, background investigations and functioned in a liaison capacity with the appropriate local criminal justice agencies.
  • Initiated and directed complex white collar/financial and other criminal investigations throughout the spectrum of responsibility of the Customs Service.
  • Conducted complex criminal investigations in order to prosecute major violators of state and federal controlled substance laws.
  • Managed Criminal Investigations Program including overseeing all felony-level investigations for Wyoming, Nebraska and Northern Colorado area.
  • Directed a major field office for criminal investigations and regulatory enforcement activities.
  • Planned and conducted criminal investigations involving major procurement fraud against GSA.
  • Prepared and presented criminal investigations to Federal and State Prosecutors.
  • Conducted criminal investigations across eight state area of operations.
  • Testified in court to evidence found during criminal investigations.
  • Acted in an undercover capacity in several criminal investigations.
  • Supervised 10 agents in criminal investigations.
  • Conducted all aspects of criminal investigations and was assigned as the lead for all child abuse and sexual assault cases.
  • Approved referral of criminal investigations to the U.S. Justice Department and U.S. Attorney's Offices for prosecution.
  • Conducted felony criminal investigations of U.S. Army interest resulting in a 98% solve rate.
  • Managed 225 criminal investigations; resolved 90 percent of cases investigated.
  • Conducted criminal investigations & presented cases to U.S.
  • Managed complex and sensitive security programs overseas, criminal investigations, background investigations and other administrative, training and liaison functions.
  • Conducted surveillances to gather intelligence and evidence; executed search and arrest warrants during criminal investigations.
  • Conduct complex criminal investigations on major violators of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C.

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7. Undercover Operations
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Here's how Undercover Operations is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Headed a national program reviewing undercover operations and consensual monitoring (i.e., human smuggling/trafficking and document fraud) requests.
  • Utilize investigative tools to include visual and audio surveillance, undercover operations, cultivation of informants, and interrogation.
  • Established investigative priorities, directed undercover operations, strategic planning and review and assessment of financial data.
  • Team leader in intelligence gathering, terrorist bombing investigations, dignitary protection, and undercover operations.
  • Directed numerous simultaneous criminal investigations and allocated resources accordingly Key team leader during dangerous undercover operations.
  • Reviewed case agent investigative reports, managed undercover operations, and execution of search warrants.
  • Provide specific training to field units regarding undercover operations with national-level law enforcement agencies.
  • Involved in several undercover operations as well as many surveillance operations.
  • Participated in numerous surveillance activities and performed in multiple undercover operations.
  • Experience in undercover operations and long term complex investigations.
  • Conducted undercover operations, surveillance and managed confidential informants.
  • Involved in complex investigations involving undercover operations.
  • Plan and conduct undercover operations.
  • Conducted surveillance and undercover operations.
  • Coordinated surveillance and undercover operations.
  • Participated in undercover operations involving credit card fraud and Food Stamp fraud.
  • Oversee and approve all undercover operations and search warrant executions.
  • Participated in numerous enforcement operations, including effecting arrests, executing search warrants, conducting surveillances and coordinating undercover operations.
  • Planned, participated and managed covert operations including undercover operations, and covert physical and electronic surveillances.
  • Conducted undercover operations for narcotics, prostitution, hidden ownerships, and alcohol related crimes.

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8. Government Agencies
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Here's how Government Agencies is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Advised and liaison with other government agencies and military commands in all facets of facility and program security management.
  • Conduct counterintelligence investigations in cooperation with other government agencies, successfully protecting USAF assets.
  • Performed corruption investigations in municipalities and government agencies and special reports of the Comptroller.
  • Developed mitigation strategies to neutralize adversarial attempts to penetrate U.S. Government agencies.
  • Conducted assessments of industrial corporations on behalf of other government agencies.
  • Worked with Federal Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies and Other Government Agencies (OGA) investigating terrorist groups operating in Iraq.
  • Liaised with other government agencies and executives of major U.S. government contract firms in Silicon Valley to increase threat awareness.
  • Formalized reports that assisted government agencies in providing better oversight for their budget, programs, operations and employees.
  • Applied extensive intelligence knowledge; developed rapport with various government agencies, local law enforcement, and supported units.
  • Worked closely and coordinated with government agencies, corporate and business entities to reached desired goals and outcomes.
  • Brief FBI Executive Management, other government agencies and private sector members on strategies to combat computer intrusions.
  • Performed testing to assist local law enforcement and other federal government agencies on a routine basis.
  • Worked with a Foreign National interpreter daily, and conducted liaison with Foreign National government agencies.
  • Conducted CI investigations and operations independently (NCIS only) and with other government agencies.
  • Assisted various government agencies, including Omaha Police, FBI and the U.S.
  • Supervised Int'l Import Operations for clearance compliance with government agencies.
  • Work experience with all Federal, State and Local Government Agencies.
  • Investigated Research & Development opportunities and formulated effective solutions through active liaisons with multi-government agencies and commercial vendors.

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9. Arrest Warrants
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Here's how Arrest Warrants is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Prepared and executed search/arrest warrants.
  • Conduct interviews, interrogations, search warrants, arrest warrants, seizures of Digital evidence for prosecution and discovery during trial.
  • Authored over fifty affidavits for T-III intercepts, search and arrest warrants, PING intercepts, trackers and other investigative tools.
  • Generated detailed and thorough affidavits for federal and state search and arrest warrants, and other legally related documents.
  • Obtained and executed federal and state search warrants, arrest warrants, and grand jury subpoenas and OIG subpoenas.
  • Prepare reports, obtain criminal arrest warrants, and assist in investigations of all aspects of police work.
  • Charged with communicating and collaborating with key stakeholders to obtain and use search and arrest warrants.
  • Conducted classified investigations of both foreign and domestic terror suspects, executing search and arrest warrants.
  • Write affidavits for arrest warrants and search warrants for residences and computer equipment.
  • Conducted surveillance, made arrests, served search, seizure and arrest warrants.
  • Applied for search and arrest warrants as well as participated in both.
  • Write search and arrest warrants and present to US Magistrate judges.
  • Drafted affidavits for executed search and arrest warrants.
  • Obtained and executed search and arrest warrants.
  • Prepared affidavits for search and arrest warrants.
  • Executed arrest warrants / search warrants.
  • Plan investigative activities including interviews, search and arrest warrants with positive results and risk minimization.
  • Conducted interviews, executed search and arrest warrants, directed investigations on a multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional level.
  • Testified before grand juries, obtained and executed several search and arrest warrants, and conducted a large number of interviews.
  • Used Title III court authorized intercepts in Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic and executed several search and arrest warrants.

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10. Firearms
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Here's how Firearms is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Investigated and contributed to the prosecution of interstate and international trafficking of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives.
  • Conducted undercover operations which resulted in purchase of firearms, narcotics, stolen merchandise and numerous contraband items.
  • Investigated violations pertaining to alcohol, tobacco firearms and explosives for potential prosecution.
  • Conduct investigations into violation of federal firearms and explosives statues.
  • Managed a $1.5 million training budget with added responsibilities of implementing and directing National Firearms Instructor Training Program.
  • Served as Firearms Instructor as needed and active member of the FBI Houston's Crisis Management Team.
  • Conducted investigations, seized and took possession of contraband, and carries firearms while performing such duties.
  • Certified Police Instructor providing training in interview and interrogation, firearms, tactics, and hostage negotiation.
  • Planned and conducted firearms training and tactical raid training for 180 Task Force Officers and Special Agents.
  • Served as a Firearms Instructor and member of FBI Houston's Tactical Operations Team.
  • Managed a firearms range construction project budget of $1.5 million dollars.
  • Conducted statewide training in Leadership, Team Building and Firearms.
  • Directed all range activities and supervised 11 Firearms Instructors.
  • Certified Firearms Instructor * Designed and developed new FBI firearms range, including state-of-the-art computerized tactical target systems.
  • Lead investigator in federal firearms and narcotics violations, targeting multi-defendant operations.
  • Led criminal enforcement operations including Federal firearms and explosives laws violations.
  • Lead criminal enforcement operations including Federal firearms/explosives laws violations.
  • major assignments involved firearms trafficking cases.
  • Worked on wide variety of firearms, explosives, arson and tobacco diversion investigations.
  • Represented FBI on multi-agency firearms task force.

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11. Grand Jury
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Here's how Grand Jury is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Coordinated investigative resources from other Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in furtherance of grand jury indictment and prosecution.
  • Conducted and developed numerous Administrative and Grand Jury investigations resulting in the recommendation of prosecution of various criminal statutes.
  • Provided court and grand jury testimony, resulting in supplying critical evidence for multiple subsequent criminal convictions.
  • Authored and executed numerous search/arrest warrant affidavits in furtherance of grand jury indictment and criminal prosecution.
  • Conducted oral presentations and testified in numerous Federal Grand Jury and trial proceedings.
  • Testified regularly before a Federal Grand Jury.
  • Investigated and testified in criminal prosecution of violations of Maryland State Election Law; testified before grand jury to obtain indictment.
  • Testified before a Federal Grand Jury to obtain an indictment in a Bankruptcy Fraud case.
  • Directed a special Federal Grand Jury which indicted seven police officers and a D.E.A.
  • Assisted the U.S. Attorney's office in grand jury investigations and trial preparation.
  • Testified in federal court, grand jury and hearings hundreds of times.
  • Testified in grand jury procedures and in United States District Court.
  • Provided testimony at grand jury, administrative hearings, and trial.
  • Testified in suppression hearings, trials and Grand Jury proceedings.
  • Testify in civil and criminal trials and grand jury proceedings.
  • Utilized the grand jury process, testifying as necessary.
  • Testified in multiple Grand Jury and criminal trials.
  • Testified in grand jury proceedings and sentencing hearings.
  • Testify in court and grand jury.
  • Testify in various type of court proceedings such as grand jury, detention hearings, suppression hearings and trials.

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12. Background Checks
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Here's how Background Checks is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Interviewed volunteer motorcade drivers and other support personnel prior to Presidential visits and conducted background checks of those individuals.
  • Supervised a three person team in daily operations, including conducting employee interviews, employment screenings, and background checks.
  • Conducted background checks on persons of interest using NCIC, LexisNexis, FINCEN, TLO, and other databases.
  • Investigated insurance fraud, thefts, corporate security matters, skip tracing, court appointments and comprehensive background checks.
  • Have overseen the background checks of over 30,000 security applications prior to delivery to DISCO/OPM.
  • Conducted background investigations on GS-14 and higher for periodic background checks on CBP employees.
  • Conducted background checks of new hires and did criminal investigations concerning the railroad.
  • Performed background checks, criminal intelligence duties, and produced investigation reports.
  • Introduced authorizations, address verification, and background checks.
  • Conducted background checks for the employment of significant positions.
  • Conducted background checks on new agents.
  • Conducted background checks and field interviews.
  • Assist with background checks of the employees.
  • Initiated background checks and periodic reinvestigations.

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Here's how DOD is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Develop tailored CI support plans and threat assessments for classified DoD programs, identifying vulnerabilities and providing countermeasures.
  • Provided managerial oversight on over 45 felony-level criminal investigations and counterintelligence (CI) cases impacting USAF/DoD resources.
  • Hand-selected to participate in DIA undercover operation to identify potential vulnerabilities in a DOD intelligence program.
  • Conducted investigations of procurement/contract fraud ranging from small business contractors to Top 100 DoD contractors.
  • Lauded by program director for identification of numerous security concerns and susceptible DOD personnel.
  • Presented focused threat and vulnerability assessments and security recommendations to senior DoD officers.
  • Conducted physical security analysis at DOD facilities.
  • Formulated standards of conduct and policies to implement DoD, USAF, and Headquarters USAF OSI programs and policies.
  • Participated in identification, mitigation, and neutralization of intelligence/terrorist threats to the US Air Force and DoD.
  • Served as a liaison between the US Navy and the DoD in the development of the NLETS system.
  • Supervised five (5) SA's involved in CI/CT collection/reporting based on established DoD Intelligence Collection Requirements.
  • Investigated and resolved felony level crimes and CI investigations impacting the DoD and the US Air Force.
  • Conducted liaison with local, state, federal, and DoD law enforcement and intelligence organizations.
  • Conducted investigations relating to threats to US government, DoD, and USAF personnel and resources.
  • Conduct fraud prevention, education, and training to numerous entities within the DoD.
  • Ensured compliance with DOD, USAF, USAFE and AFOSI mandated regulatory requirements.
  • Supported Active Duty Protective Service Battalion in protecting DOD and DA officials.
  • Conducted Risk Analysis Surveys at DOD facilities.
  • Authored and delivered briefings to senior DOD and Command officials concerning CI/CT/Cyber collections, investigations, and operations.
  • Provide military and DoD with terrorist briefings and imminent threat while serving overseas.

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14. DEA
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Here's how DEA is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted background investigations of DEA sensitive position applicants in accordance with OPM top Secret security clearance guidelines.
  • Conducted undercover operation targeting a USAF member allegedly dealing marijuana and cocaine from his on-base residence.
  • Specialized undercover agent dealing with firearms and drugs transactions.
  • Prepared responses for Congressional Inquiries involving death investigations.
  • Established a management information system, directed loss prevention surveys and managed a white-collar crime unit which dealt with contract fraud.
  • Supervised and conducted Hostile Fire Death investigations including the collection and evaluation of evidence; and processing of crime scenes.
  • Provided guidance on how to install and operate checked baggage screening equipment to meet federal mandates by required deadlines.
  • Work with the DEA Director's staff on cross-designation issues as it pertained to Customs and DEA special agents.
  • Volunteered for 24hour on-call Major Case Response Team to conduct crime scene and death scene examinations as needed.
  • Planned and conducted training for San Diego DEA Division while serving as the Divisional Training Coordinator.
  • Completed basic Special Agent training for DEA and was stationed in San Diego, CA.
  • Worked with DEA overseas offices in developing and providing training pertinent to their needs.
  • Monitored auto dealers, checked inventory of vehicles sold, and issued dealer permits.
  • Executed Federal Search and Arrest Warrants for hundreds of violent narcotic- dealing criminals.
  • Reviewed and prepared briefs on death investigations for the Headquarters Death Review Board.
  • Served as case agent on DEA side of operation.
  • Recruited and screened potential DEA Special Agents nationally.
  • Provided oversight on high interest death case.
  • Assisted in a Qui Tam investigation dealing with false claims and testing, upon a government recovery of $3,000,000.
  • Briefed the DEA Chief of Operations, Director ONDCP, and multi-agency audiences on several occasions on this operation.

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Here's how Secret Service is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Examined information reported by covert and overt foreign sources: Monitored and coordinated protective intelligence investigations with foreign-based Secret Service offices.
  • Managed and directed the Secret Service involvement in critical terrorism related investigations, to include all foreign protective intelligence investigations.
  • Assisted U.S. Secret Service in Providing Presidential Candidate and Foreign Dignitary protection assistance during five election year campaigns.
  • Provided distinguished visitor protective service and liaison to Secret Service for presidential protective service in southern Florida.
  • Assisted the U.S. Secret Service with the protection of the President of the United States during seven trips he made to Florida
  • Served as Senior Agent Panel Member for recruiting Secret Service Agents and Officers: Conducted interviews and evaluated applicants.
  • Travel extensively throughout the United States and overseas to execute the protective mission of the United States Secret Service.
  • Provided Security as part of Specialized Secret Service Training during Presidential site visits in San Francisco Bay Area.
  • Assisted US Secret Service in protective service operation during visit by President George Bush to Saudi Arabia
  • Served as the primary spokesperson for all media inquiries regarding the Secret Service initiatives and events.
  • Directed the Division's executive protection support in cooperation with the US Secret Service.
  • Prepared Secret Service's Director, Deputy Director and staff for media events.
  • Lead liaison and support to U.S. Secret Service during Presidential visits.
  • Lead in U.S. Secret Service electronics crimes marketing film.
  • Screened local Secret Service Applicants.
  • Directed numerous complex lead advances for protectees of the U.S. Secret Service to include high profile, high threat dignitaries.
  • Conducted Protective Intelligence investigations involving threats against the President, former Presidents and other protectees of the Secret Service.
  • Provided protection and conducted security advances for Secret Service's protectees during their visit to Southern California.
  • Provided close body protection for protectees of the US Secret Service and foreign heads of state.
  • Completed three month Secret Service Training Academy in Glynco, Georgia, graduating second in a class of 98.

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Here's how Security Personnel is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Interviewed victims, suspects, security personnel and financial institution employees to obtain case specific information, investigative leads and evidence.
  • Participate in developing and implementing IS security training sessions for contractor and government industrial security personnel involved in the NISP.
  • Selected to participate in special security operations and force protection details, supplementing acting physical security personnel.
  • Liaised and developed relationships with bank security personnel and various law enforcement agencies.
  • Interacted with other law enforcement agencies, regulators and corporate security personnel.
  • Created and managed organization-wide basic and advanced training programs for security personnel.
  • Conducted annual evaluations of security personnel.
  • Performed liaison with local security personnel.
  • Trained, coordinated, and supervised security personnel according to PR DOJ standards.
  • Provided case briefings to Office of Investigations senior management officials, prosecutorial entities and industry security personnel.

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Here's how Crime Scenes is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Processed crime scenes (exposed photographs/prepared sketches/triangulated, collected and preserved evidence).
  • Processed crime scenes, collected chemical and biological evidence Accomplishments.
  • Supervised the processing of crime scenes, identified and collected evidence, and interviewed criminal suspects, victims, and witnesses.
  • Interviewed witnesses and interrogated suspects, examined crime scenes and evidence, and prepared written reports of investigations.
  • Locate, secure, and protect crime scenes, collect and/or seize evidence; both physical and documentary.
  • Conducted Crime Scene Examinations on 10 crime scenes to prevent cross contamination and collection of necessary evidence.
  • Processed over 600 crime scenes, investigated and managed 15 to 20 felony criminal investigations simultaneously.
  • Established direction at major crime scenes where multiple homicide victims and sensitive evidence was at risk.
  • Perform interviews, conduct surveillance, process crime scenes, collect and analyze physical/testimonial evidence.
  • Processed crime scenes, administered oaths, effect apprehensions, and prepared numerous written reports.
  • Process crime scenes, seize evidence and maintain it under a chain of custody.
  • Preserved crime scenes, gathered evidence, arrested suspects and testified in court.
  • Processed crime scenes, collected, preserved and accounted for evidence.
  • Executed search warrants and processed crime scenes to collect digital evidence.
  • Investigate felonies, which include crime scenes located on military installations.
  • Collect, document and preserve evidence collected at crime scenes.
  • Responded to and processed crime scenes for latent prints.
  • Obtain evidence from suspects and evaluate crime scenes.
  • Evaluated, processed and documented crime scenes.
  • Examined and processed crime scenes.

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  • Investigate public corruption/fraud associated to government contracts/government officials/contractors.
  • Managed and participated in all aspects of conducting civil rights and public corruption investigations to enforce federal law.
  • Initiated international investigation on foreign nationals involved in the movement of narcotics, illicit proceeds and public corruption.
  • Developed, investigated and prosecuted complex white-collar crimes cases involving public corruption and procurement fraud.
  • Coordinated Public Corruption investigations with domestic and international law enforcement partners.
  • Investigated Public Corruption, Organized Crimes involving Environmental Crimes.
  • Investigated Criminal and Public Corruption Cases.
  • Conducted financial crime and public corruption investigations involving the U.S., U.K., and United Kingdom Overseas Territories (UKOT).
  • Tasked with managing general criminal investigations that involved fugitives, white collar crime, government fraud, and public corruption.
  • Developed Public Corruption training in-service for Public Corruption Agents and delivered to Agents throughout the United States.
  • Planned and conducted worker's compensation fraud, internal affairs and public corruption investigations.
  • Investigated Public Corruption, Violent Crimes, and Drug and Gang violence.
  • Perform investigations involving fraud, waste, abuse, and public corruption
  • Conducted investigations of public corruption, fraud, and employee misconduct.
  • Organized crime, public corruption, and white collar crime.
  • Conducted complex public corruption and money laundering cases.
  • Lead investigator and team member on numerous multi-agency investigations to include public corruption and national security matters.
  • Conducted counterintelligence, organized crime, public corruption, criminal enterprises, counterterrorism and drug investigations.
  • Managed high profile public corruption and Congressional investigations with interregional and national dimensions.
  • Selected Achievements: Led high profile public corruption investigations of local, state, and federal officials and private individuals/corporations.

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  • Conducted security-related adjudicative consultation and review with approximately seventy military commanders and the US Army Central Clearance Facility (CCF).
  • Interviewed applicants and evaluated applications to identify quality candidates for Apprentice Special Agent within US Army Criminal Investigation Command.
  • Performed specifically well in concert with US Army counterespionage teams to further develop nationally recognized counterespionage methods and techniques.
  • Conducted investigations and operations which protected US Army and National Security interests.
  • Provided tactically tailored Counterintelligence support to US Army Central Command.
  • Received Superior Civilian Service Award for Outstanding Service by a US Army Criminal Investigation Command (CIDC) civilian Special Agent.
  • Conducted and supervised six espionage investigations, three of which were passed to US Army-Detachment 16 for further actionable exploitation.
  • Provided worldwide detection and neutralization of clandestine surveillance systems targeting the US Army, DOD activities and national level agencies.
  • Served as an investigator for the US Army, graduating the 320-hour course, behind that of the FBI.
  • Performed joint investigation with US Army Criminal Investigation Command, on potential insider threats and espionage cases.
  • Operated as a team member of the US Army War Crimes Task Force deployed to Grenada.
  • Conducted major crimes investigations for the US Army at Army Forts.
  • Served as US Army Counterintelligence Special Agent.
  • Team comprised of US Army, CIA, FBI, DIA, NRO, and NSA.
  • Provided counterintelligence/counter-terrorism investigative and analytical support to the US Army throughout Poland.
  • Program Manager for a multi-million dollar database linking US Army payment vouchers used to assist in Investigations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Liaised with US Army, Criminal Investigation Command Protective Service in regard to meeting between Lord Carrington and Secretary of Defense.
  • Provided management and security support to the Commander, US Army Garrison (USAG) Ansbach, Germany.
  • Graduate of US Army Intelligence School, Ft. Huachuca, AZ., diploma awarded MOS 35L.
  • Identified and neutralized theft operations within US Army area of operations within Wardak Province.

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22. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Assist unit commanders with establishing best practices for physical security and anti terrorism detection in accordance with established instructions and regulations.
  • Reviewed and published comprehensive investigative reports to commanders; presented investigative findings and testified before civilian and military courts.
  • Conducted official liaison with senior Ecuadorian military and government officials, to include local mayors and military post commanders.
  • Served as Incident Commander during National Response Team activation at four-alarm fire at Barrel Refining Company in Cincinnati.
  • Coordinated training programs and provided input to the Commander for necessary regulatory updates to training and instruction.
  • Documented investigative activity in management information systems and provides detailed reports to commanders and legal authorities.
  • Served as Incident Commander and Facility Security Committee Chairman with decision making authority.
  • Concluded inspections with comprehensive reports for Special Security Officers and Commanders.
  • Provided military briefings detailing battle situations to commanders.
  • Note: Special recognition by Commander, USPACOM for excellence in intelligence collection and reporting during an active insurgency in the RP
  • Direct reports to the region commander to measure goal achievement and determine areas of improvement.
  • Provided CI support to Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic Norfolk, Virginia (NATO).
  • Prepared comprehensive investigative reports for senior Air Force commanders, Assistant U.S.
  • Investigated allegations, prepared sworn statements and reports, and briefed Commander.
  • Provided CI and counter-terrorism support to local US forces commander.
  • Briefed commanders and Staff Judge Advocates (SJA).
  • Briefed local commanders and SJA on complex investigations.
  • Assist unit commanders determining best policies for physical security in accordance with established instructions and regulations.
  • Attended Antiterrorism Working Groups to brief commanders regarding activity in their Area of Responsibility.
  • Developed a globally linked Force Protection web site through which analytical support was provided to PACFLT commanders.

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  • Conducted joint planning and managed AFOSI's criminal investigations and counterintelligence operations in northern Italy.
  • Received AFOSI Award of Professional Excellence for superior leadership in information management
  • Manage AFOSI Region 1's counterintelligence operations and investigations programs.
  • Conducted a joint AFOSI/FBI murder-for-hire investigation.
  • March 2016 - Present, Special Agent/Command Source Manager, Investigations Collections Operations Nexus, AFOSI, 27130 Telegraph Rd.
  • Administered 436 polygraphs; Office garnered as most productive office in AFOSI for counterintelligence security tests.
  • Led informant program upgrades at 236 AFOSI offices worldwide; boosted compliance by 80%.
  • Managed the efforts of over 50 AFOSI Special Agents at 11 U.S. Air Force installations.
  • Lead Agent for AFOSI during Operation Joint Task Force West, Accra, Ghana.
  • Awarded Headquarters AFOSI Team Excellence Award for participation in Edwards AFB Homicide Investigations Team.
  • Maintained primary weapon's expert status through AFOSI career; ensured personal readiness.
  • Trained and advised 100+ AFOSI agents at 25 field-operating locations on investigative matters.
  • Selected as outstanding AFOSI Officer Special Agent of the Year.
  • Briefed and advised Senior leadership on AFOSI investigations and activities.
  • Selected as the AFOSI team leader for 621st CRW deployment to JCS Exercise BRIGHTSTAR in Egypt.
  • Represented USTRANSCOM and AFOSI at Joint Task Force (JTF) meetings.
  • Facilitated polygraph examination of AFOSI source which rendered a No Deception Indicated (NDI) result.
  • Deployed as a AFOSI Team leader to Utaphao, Thailand during Operation Unified Assistance.
  • Deployed to AFOSI Detachment 243, Eskan Village, Saudi Arabia for six months.
  • Team Leader for the AFOSI AST, Lackland AFB, TX.

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24. Threat Assessments
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  • Recruited and managed informants and wrote reports of investigation and annual CI/criminal threat assessments.
  • Produced threat assessments and assisted with the preparation of vulnerability assessments.
  • Conducted criminal activity threat assessments.
  • Directed, authored and published site surveys and threat assessments within US, Europe, Middle East, and Asia.
  • Produced finished intelligence products responsive to collection requirements, to include Intelligence Information Reports (IIR) and threat assessments.
  • Advanced to this position after excelling as a case agent for the investigation of felony crimes and anti-terrorism threat assessments.
  • Interpret and review complex intelligence threat assessments to mitigate risks before and during the conduct of protective service missions.
  • Provided analysis for the Army Counterintelligence Center (ACIC) on local area threat assessments, post 9/11.
  • Composed of three Threat Assessments and Vulnerability Assessments for mission critical units with mission essential technologies and USAG-H.
  • Provide oversight of the formulation, analysis and preparation of program crime and threat assessments and surveys.
  • Conducted investigations of assaults/threats made against IRS employees and facilities in addition to conducting threat assessments.
  • Prepared threat assessments and protection plans for installations, personnel, and visiting ships operating overseas.
  • Implemented and taught the SBI Undercover Employee Program and conducted Threat Assessments for all SBI Facilities.
  • Conducted more than 100 Special Events Threat Assessments and produced over 50 TALONS.
  • Conducted CI collection, analysis, threat assessments and report writing.
  • Conducted Physical Vulnerability and Threat Assessments on and off post.
  • Conducted threat assessments and route surveys.
  • Developed and maintained antiterrorism/force protection plans and integrated threat assessments with site specific risk analysis and vulnerability assessments.
  • Analyzed open and non-open source intelligence and security information to prepare successful threat assessments prior to protectee arrivals.
  • Conducted and evaluated de-briefings, and various CI functions involving threat assessments, CI collection reporting.

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25. Terrorism
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  • Managed transnational cross border investigations involving terrorism, terrorist finance, money laundering, OFAC violations, and counter proliferation violations.
  • Served as a specialized investigator, conducting complex criminal investigations on terrorism cases surrounding high level detainees.
  • Mentored, advised, and guided host government investigators regarding overseas terrorism investigations.
  • Investigated numerous politically sensitive, high profile and complex overseas terrorism cases.
  • Provided briefings and training on counterespionage, counterintelligence and anti-terrorism.
  • Conducted complex criminal investigations involving terrorism.
  • Recruited, trained and managed human sources of information to help protect critical government resources against damage, theft or terrorism.
  • Supervised the Southern Arizona Terrorism Task Force that consisted of local, state and federal officers and agents.
  • Served as a member of the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) conducting several counter-intelligence investigations.
  • Investigated federal crimes including International Terrorism (IT) and Foreign Counter Intelligence (FCI) operations.
  • Managed CI Program providing direct support to the Wichita Joint Terrorism Task Force.
  • Supervised a squad of Special Agents focusing on Terrorism and Public Corruption.
  • Assisted is standing up the first Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) within 24 hours of 9/11.
  • Led surveillance team in areas of National Security to include Counterintelligence, Counterterrorism and Criminal matters with National and International implications.
  • Supervised, planned, and executed multidisciplinary counterintelligence, counterespionage, and counterterrorism investigations.
  • Conducted undercover work to solve Counterintelligence, Counter-terrorism, and Cyber investigations.
  • Administer counterterrorism and counter narcotics reward programs.
  • Worked closely with Anti-Terrorism and Military Police to create Threat and Vulnerability assessments ensuring increased safety and security of Schofield Barracks.
  • Served as the Assistant Brigade Anti-terrorism Officer for the 55th Sustainment Brigade, Ft Belvoir, VA.
  • Joint Terrorism Task Force - Counterterrorism Field Intelligence Group - Critical Infrastructure Sectors & Humint Development Interstate Property Theft matters.

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26. Federal Bureau
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Here's how Federal Bureau is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Served as liaison with civilian law enforcement agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Defense Criminal Investigative Service.
  • Initiate, plan and conduct counterespionage/anti-terrorism operations in support of these activities and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Collected numerous fingerprint and DNA samples from arrested subjects and submitted to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for record storage.
  • Liaised and coordinated high interest activities with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or other U.S. federal agencies.
  • Maintained contact with the Federal Bureau of Investigation pertaining to case and requested help when needed on cases.
  • Collaborated with other law enforcement agencies (Federal Bureau of Investigations, Immigration and Custom Enforcement etc.)
  • Worked with the Federal Health Care Fraud Task Force under the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Recruited by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
  • Collaborated with the Federal Bureau of Investigations in support of a joint investigation.
  • Detailed to Federal Bureau of Investigations, Joint Terrorism Task Force Counter-Terrorism Squad.
  • Conduct regular liaison with local Federal Bureau of Investigation Field Offices.
  • Assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation/Joint Terrorism Task Force.
  • Lead case agent on several high-priority counterterrorism cases with Federal Bureau of Investigations, and other government agencies.
  • assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF).
  • Received commendation from Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Louis Freeh for work on the case.

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27. CID
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Here's how CID is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Provided oversight, guidance and approval of sensitive law-enforcement operations, employee security, incident response and continuity of business activities.
  • Investigate and provide expertise to local law enforcement organizations investigating accidents and incidents at crossings and other railroad/public points of contact.
  • Reviewed all completed DEA integrity/misconduct investigations, shooting investigations, accidents with government vehicles and property loss or damage negligence/liability reports.
  • Planned and coordinated squad level tactical operations involving counterfeit investigations leading to successful arrests with no incidents or injuries.
  • Led NCIS teams in investigating all felony-level criminal incidents/threats directly impacting U.S. Navy personnel, assets and property.
  • Conduct approximately 450 protective service missions in a supervisory capacity without incident and with little or no oversight.
  • Presented civil penalty cases and administrative action pleas to legal counsel for security non-compliance incidents.
  • Conducted and supervised incident response to DoD network security incidents.
  • Investigated accidents at highway grade crossings involving company property i.e.
  • Reviewed incident reports and prepared Reports of Investigations.
  • Investigated accidents involving company property i.e.
  • Responded to all critical incidents, to include agent/officer involved shootings, accidents, and other significant and traumatic events.
  • Supervised Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT); managed ten personnel supporting nationwide forensic investigations.
  • Established the first CID unit in Kuwait and then in Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Achieved track record of zero incidents for all events and functions overseen.
  • Trained CID agents in conducting economic crimes and fraud investigations.
  • Conducted search and seizures incident to arrest and by warrant.
  • Conducted briefings for senior USACIDC and DOD staff.
  • Maintained, updated, and secured sensitive exploitation and biometric equipment valued at approximately $50,000 without incident.
  • Served as advisor to the Chief, Investigative Operations and Deputy for Operations, USACIDC Headquarters.

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28. Confidential Informants
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Here's how Confidential Informants is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted narcotics investigations utilizing confidential informants.
  • Managed individual cases, handled confidential informants, conducted surveillance and interviewed witnesses.
  • Targeted armed career criminals, conducted undercover investigations and cultivated confidential informants.
  • Utilized Cooperating Witnesses, Confidential Informants and others for investigative purposes.
  • Developed and managed confidential informants for use during criminal investigations.
  • Led controlled purchase operations of illegal narcotics using confidential informants.
  • Managed confidential informants ensuring the collection of valuable information.
  • Developed confidential informants for the Bureau.
  • Developed and supervised confidential informants.
  • Recruited and leveraged confidential informants.
  • Conducted operations involving confidential informants.
  • Gathered and documented criminal intelligence through the use of confidential informants, concerned citizens, and anonymous tips.
  • Recruited and handled 15 confidential informants who provided intelligence on the sale of cocaine.
  • Enhanced investigations through interviews, debriefings, and the use of confidential informants.
  • Cultivated and developed Confidential Informants (CI's).
  • Cultivated, direct and control of confidential informants.
  • Debriefed, supervised, and instructed Confidential Informants.
  • Recruited and handled over 30 confidential informants.
  • controlled the complete database for confidential informants for the Secret Service insuring proper registration and deactivation.
  • Coordinated with confidential informants in gathering narcotics intelligence.

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  • Participated in the formation of Academic and Business Alliance platforms to facilitate Insider Threat information dissemination.
  • Subject matter expert on the Defense Travel System accounting platform, and mentor other agents submitting authorizations and filing vouchers.
  • Conduct joint investigations with other Federal agencies such as FBI, Secret Service, ATF and USDA, and HUD.
  • Created and implemented ATF's Operational Medical Support Manual Program and collaborated in the development of Patient Care Protocols.
  • Stressed the importance of ATF's need to investigate all instances of arson directed at houses of worship.
  • Center served as primary ATF contact for the public and law enforcement officials at other agencies.
  • Appointed by ATF Director to serve as the Chair for the ATF Director's Advisory Committee.
  • Established new ATF field office in Laredo, including overseeing staffing and operational direction.
  • Coordinated activities of ATF, Postal Inspectors, FBI, and local law enforcement.
  • Coordinated enforcement operations along with FBI, HSI, ATF, IRS, U.S.
  • Conducted street level ATF criminal investigations in Atlanta and the State of Georgia.
  • Board Member on ATF's Professional Review Board (disciplinary board).
  • Served as a field-training agent for new Special Agents hired by ATF.
  • Enhance relationships between ATF and the firearms and explosives industry.
  • Provided regular reporting to ATF Director and executive staff.
  • Review and approve all ATF's enforcement operational plans.
  • Developed ATF's Field Intelligence Group (FIG) into the current model FIG for ATF.
  • Conducted platform instruction utilizing advanced teaching methods such as Bloom s Taxonomy, Socratic discussion and Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs.
  • Provided numerous tactical briefings to ATF executive staff, and Under Secretary for Law Enforcement at Department of Treasury HQ.
  • Note: position and location reassignment chosen in light of upcoming retirement from ATF and to accommodate family situation.

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30. Vulnerability Assessments
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Here's how Vulnerability Assessments is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Possess extensive experience conducting security threat and vulnerability assessments of critical infrastructure and key personnel to identify and recommend mitigation techniques.
  • Reviewed and ensured all felony investigations, crime prevention/physical security and Personal Security Vulnerability assessments were conducted and maintained per regulation.
  • Established continuous process improvement and risk assessment programs that included vulnerability assessments, business continuity planning, and succession planning strategies.
  • Conducted numerous domestic and foreign site advances and over 50 counter surveillance vulnerability assessments that included multiple sites and motorcade routes.
  • Conducted Vulnerability Assessments in support of deployed personnel as well as permanent party base personnel.
  • Authored preparedness plans/vulnerability assessments, consequence management and AFOSI and AFSP Contingency Response Plans.
  • Provided terrorism briefings and vulnerability assessments to local business and educational leaders.
  • Conducted site vulnerability assessments and technical support for domestic and international investigations.
  • Coordinated and evaluated vulnerability assessments; led crisis management planning meetings.
  • Supervised the conduct of personal vulnerability assessments provided for senior officials.
  • Conducted threat and vulnerability assessments for Oregon business and academic institutions.
  • Conducted vulnerability assessments and established security policies & procedures.
  • Supervised and conducted personal vulnerability assessments of senior officials.
  • Conducted countless threat and vulnerability assessments throughout Poland on locations where U.S. Army soldiers and U.S. Army Civilians/Contractors frequent and live.
  • Completed three Threat Vulnerability Assessments (TVA) for the second largest city within the Republic of Korea with minimal personnel.
  • Created link diagrams, Pattern-Of-Life analysis, Threat and Vulnerability Assessments and CI Estimates of national critical infrastructure.
  • Conduct threat and vulnerability assessments for classified programs, providing oversight, advice and assistance to personnel.
  • Completed security site surveys and vulnerability assessments on major venues and businesses in the St. Louis area.
  • Prepared detailed vulnerability assessments for Olympic venues in Atlanta and Salt Lake City.
  • Provided support for CI analytical products, to include preparing CI reports, estimates and vulnerability assessments.

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31. Identity Theft
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Here's how Identity Theft is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Collected and processed digital evidence in relation to child pornography, identity theft, and computer-related investigations.
  • Conducted many criminal investigations, including financial fraud, counterfeiting, and identity theft.
  • Gathered sensitive information to prohibit identity theft and fraud.
  • Conducted investigations of counterfeit U.S. currency, credit card fraud, bank and related financial frauds and cases of identity theft.
  • Established an Identity Theft Task Force with other federal and state agencies to combat IRS and New York State refund fraud.
  • Conduct financial crime investigations to include counterfeit money, credit card fraud, identity theft, and money laundering.
  • Conducted investigations involving: smuggling of heroin, cocaine, and marijuana; identity theft and intellectual property fraud.
  • Conducted Fraud, Identity Theft, and Counterfeit investigations which have led to successful Federal and local prosecutions.
  • Conducted bank fraud, counterfeit, identity theft, credit card fraud, and protective intelligence investigations.
  • Investigate auto theft, drivers' license fraud, and identity theft.
  • Managed financial crimes, protective intelligence, cyber-crimes and identity theft investigations.
  • Coordinated numerous multi-jurisdictional investigations for identity theft, fraud and embezzlement.
  • Performed community public speaking events as a subject matter expert on identity theft, fraud,counterfeiting, and personal security.
  • Identify strategic responses to local compliance threats such as political corruption, identity theft and tax return preparer fraud.
  • Developed a multi-agency task force to combat false refunds and identity theft with U.S.

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33. Financial Crimes
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Here's how Financial Crimes is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted extremely complex and lengthy investigations with substantial difficulty, involving domestic terrorism acts, financial crimes, and white-collar crimes.
  • Conducted criminal and intelligence investigations related to financial crimes and crimes against residents in long term care facilities.
  • Assigned Special Investigations Unit investigating financial crimes and public corruption.
  • Developed extensive experience in gathering evidence of financial crimes.
  • Experience in investigating financial crimes.
  • Recognized as an expert witness relating to investigations of complex financial crimes, having successfully testified in trials and court proceedings.
  • Investigated complex financial crimes, fraud, electronic crimes, counterfeiting and intelligence resulting in successful arrests, prosecutions and convictions.
  • Directed activities of the Financial Crimes Task Force and the Electronic Crimes Working Group within the District of New Jersey.
  • Lead Case Agent on many high level investigations involving protective intelligence, counterfeiting, financial crimes and organized crime.
  • Assigned to FBI Public Corruption Task Force investigating financial crimes and public corruption at the federal level.
  • Supervised intelligence analysts in the gathering of data to combat money laundering and other financial crimes.
  • Determine courses of action based on financial crimes trends to meet organizational goals and customer expectations.
  • Directed over 75 complex investigations (domestic/international financial crimes $10,000,000 +).
  • Group Leader, Financial Crimes Unit employing 22 active federal criminal investigators.
  • Hand-selected for North Texas Financial Crimes Task Force.
  • Assist in the prosecution of financial crimes suspects.
  • Assigned to the Financial Crimes Task Force.
  • Participated in the successful implementation of the Louisiana Financial Crimes Task-Force, combating financial crime by employing a multi-agency approach.
  • Served two tours in USSS Intelligence Division as well as Financial Crimes Divison and Vice Presidential Protective Division.
  • transitioned to Forensic Accountant following injury) Possess a comprehensive understanding of the white collar financial crimes programs.

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Here's how Foreign Dignitaries is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Planned, managed and executed executive protective missions for senior level Pentagon and military officials and foreign dignitaries.
  • Performed flawlessly and safely protective service operations for seven executive level DoD personnel and foreign dignitaries.
  • Managed the successful executive security protective operations for multiple, simultaneous high ranking foreign dignitaries.
  • Assisted the Secret Service in providing physical security for foreign dignitaries and Presidential candidates.
  • Organized and participated in protective service operations to high-ranking government officials and foreign dignitaries.
  • Provided high-level protective security for foreign dignitaries visiting the United States.
  • Assigned to protective details for the Secretary of the Navy, Commandant of the Marine Corps, and several foreign dignitaries.
  • Served as the airport Protective Liaison Officer for Chicago O Hare airport, coordinating the movements of foreign dignitaries.
  • Provided Secret Service Executive Protection for US Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Presidential candidates, and foreign dignitaries and diplomats.
  • Provided protective security services for the Secretary of State, other U.S. government officials, and visiting foreign dignitaries.
  • Advanced sites to be visited by foreign dignitaries, and the Secretary of State at home and abroad.
  • Assigned to protect heads of state, foreign dignitaries, family and support staff visiting the U.S.
  • Provide protection for individuals, such as government leaders, political candidates, and visiting foreign dignitaries.
  • Provided personal protection for senior U.S. Army and DoD officials as well as foreign dignitaries.
  • Provided protection for the United States President, Vice President, and foreign dignitaries.
  • Provided personal security for visiting foreign dignitaries while on business in the United States.
  • Planned and provided personal security for foreign dignitaries and heads of state.
  • Conducted protective service details for foreign dignitaries visiting in the area.
  • Provided protective security support to US and foreign dignitaries.
  • TOP SECRET Security Clearance, Dr. Puscas Protected the President of the United States, Vice-President, and Foreign Dignitaries.

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted liaison with unit commanders and spearheaded a Fort Riley initiative to streamline investigative response to reported child abuse.
  • Specialized in Special Victims and child abuse investigations.
  • Participated on the base child abuse committee and wrote the investigative response policy for dealing with reports of sexually abused children.
  • Established domestic violence and child abuse investigative unit and worked with county officials to create investigative protocol for such cases.
  • Received specialized training in sexual assaults, child abuse, domestic violence, protective services, and crisis negotiations.
  • Investigated violent crimes, including homicide, sexual assault, robbery, and child abuse and narcotics.
  • Investigated felonies such as Child Pornography, Child Abuse, Sexual Assaults, Robbery, and Deaths.
  • Specialized training in crimes involving special victims of sexual assaults, domestic violence or child abuse.
  • Conducted various field level criminal investigations including death investigations, sexual crimes, assaults, child abuse, theft and narcotics.

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36. Usaf
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Here's how Usaf is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Identified suspected foreign intelligence officer targeting USAF personnel; ensured total security of personnel.
  • Provided command-level review/staffing/operational proposals affecting USAF and DoD force protection.
  • Managed all USAF technical support operations in response to criminal, fraud and counterintelligence investigations occurring in the north-eastern United States.
  • Inserted undercover agent who made several narcotics purchases from the seller and identified 11 other USAF members using illegal drugs.
  • Planned and conducted all aspects of criminal and fraud investigation activities for the USAF's largest Major Crimes Division.
  • Lead, managed, and directed USAF Office of Special Investigation (OSI) enlisted and officer personnel.
  • Collected threat information and produced intelligent reports on espionage and terrorism directed at USAF and NATO military resources.
  • Pioneered CI program providing OSI outreach to AFROTC cadets at 7 universities ensuring sensitive USAF programs and personnel protected
  • Maintain liaison with high level host nation security agencies and coordinate threat information with USAF command officials.
  • Enforced standards of conduct, discipline, and adherence to USAF and USAF OSI laws and directives.
  • Coordinated the financial and all logistical aspects pertaining to the export training on behalf of USAFRICOM PSD.
  • Provided force protection and counter-intelligence support to USAF members at deployed locations throughout the European Command.
  • Conducted numerous criminal, civil, and administrative investigations involving crimes affecting the USAF.
  • Utilized source network to identified contractor who double-billed USAF over $250K.
  • Planned, lead, and directed USAF OSI deployments and investigations.
  • Major planner of first anti-drug search of USAF aircraft in Spain.
  • Earned USAF Commendation Medal and Iraq Campaign Medal.
  • Helped develop initial USAF CONOPS for Information Operations.
  • Lead and organized USAF OSI operations.
  • Managed bomb threat investigation against AD/USAF/SSgt.

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Testify in court hearings related to these digital forensic investigations and the validity of suspect media image acquisitions.
  • Verified and authenticated the validity and admissibility of evidence and preserved its integrity for court hearings.
  • Utilize thorough understanding of criminal and civil laws in order to present and testify in court hearings regarding investigations.
  • Testified in federal court hearings and trials as well as administrative hearings regarding adverse personnel actions.
  • Assist in the preparation and presentation of evidence and witnesses at court hearings and grand juries.
  • Prepared lengthy reports of findings, including evidence for court hearings and trials.
  • Initiated indictments and participated in various court hearings, including trial through convictions.
  • Testify at criminal court hearings.

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Here's how Humint is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Experience in administration, investigations and HUMINT/counterintelligence operations.
  • Provided Counterintelligence Security Reviews for HUMINT Operations.
  • Assessed individuals for potential HUMINT sources and recruited, managed and operated a sensitive HUMINT sources CONUS and OCONUS.
  • Recognized expert in the recruitment, development, operation, and tasking of Human Intelligence (HUMINT) resources.
  • Operated in purely Human Intelligence (HUMINT) positions, and in Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) organizations.
  • Conducted HUMINT Targeting Operations in an effort to identify High Value Intelligence Sources (HVIS) for recruitment.
  • Attended and taught at the Undercover Agent Basic In-Service - HUMINT collection techniques course at the FBI Academy.
  • Conducted Counterintelligence (CI)/ HUMINT detecting Foreign Intelligence Service threats (FISS) in Southern Afghanistan.
  • Created a 4-week training module that taught management-level tasks covering CI/HUMINT collection, operations and projects.
  • Supervised the performance, training, and management of assigned CI Special Agents and HUMINT Collectors.
  • Combined HUMINT, IMINT, and SIGINT intelligence resulting in capture/kill of 23 Taliban insurgents.
  • Utilized innovative territory management techniques that contributed to a 100% increase in HUMINT reporting.
  • Served as HUMINT Collection Platoon, Platoon SGT and maintained Intelligence Source Information Databases.
  • Conducted HUMINT and Liaison instruction for deployment preparation into the Balkans region.
  • Planned two unit HUMINT (Human Intelligence Collection) training events.
  • Instructed FBI Special Agents on source and HUMINT collection techniques.
  • Worked as an All-source Source Intelligence Analyst and HUMINT Analyst.
  • Fused SIGINT and IMINT to support CI/HUMINT reporting.
  • Coordinated and deconflicted sensitive CI and HUMINT activities with U.S. and Allied CI and law enforcement agencies.
  • Gathered Human Intelligence (HUMINT) and Electronic Intelligence (SIGINT) on investigation targets.

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39. Surveillance Operations
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Here's how Surveillance Operations is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Identified measurable improvements in counterintelligence and surveillance operations for the course and provided direct feedback and suggestions to the higher command.
  • Coordinated and conducted surveillance operations using trash pulls, monitored telephone calls and vehicle trackers to obtain evidence of criminal activity.
  • Planned, conducted, documented and managed counter-intelligence and force protection investigative activities, planned and participated in surveillance operations.
  • Coordinate operations with multiple jurisdictions to conduct covert surveillance operations to collect valuable video and audio recorded evidence.
  • Conducted overt/covert surveillance operations and source recruiting both within and outside of military personnel.
  • Experience in planning and conducted surveillance operations to identify FISS collection efforts.
  • Prepared and executed federal search and arrest warrants and performed surveillance operations.
  • Provided leadership to junior agents during undercover and long term surveillance operations.
  • Managed and approved undercover/surveillance operations and expenditure of operational contingency funds.
  • Conducted surveillance operations and actively participated in title III operations.
  • Managed and participated in dozens of covert surveillance operations.
  • Directed ground surveillance operations in a large metropolitan area.
  • Generated search/arrest warrants, directed surveillance operations.
  • Plan and participate in surveillance operations.
  • Participated and supervised surveillance operations.
  • Conduct aerial surveillance operations as pilot on Special Operations Group, serving as instructor pilot concurrently.
  • Performed arrests, search and seizures and surveillance operations to further complex investigations.
  • Collaborated with the IC and directed post 9/11 domestic technical surveillance operations.
  • Organized, planned, and conducted surveillance operations in various environments.
  • Planned, supervised, and conducted surveillance operations.

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40. Federal Courts
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Here's how Federal Courts is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Testify before Grand Juries, in Military, State, and Federal courts, and at administrative hearings.
  • Work closely with Assistant United States Attorneys in preparing and presenting cases for prosecution in Federal Courts.
  • Prepared seamless cases for prosecution by local, state and Federal courts; testified as needed.
  • Prepare reports and filed cases with the District Attorney's Office or Federal courts.
  • Provided expert testimony in the field of latent prints in state and federal courts.
  • Qualified as an expert witness in the 3rd Cir, US Federal Courts.
  • Provide courtroom testimony in various county and federal courts and any related duties.
  • Make arrests, file charges and testify in State and Federal Courts.
  • Drafted search warrants and testified in state and federal courts.
  • Testified in state and federal courts.
  • Provided sworn testimony in federal courts.
  • provided testimony in state and federal courts.

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41. Intelligence Community
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Here's how Intelligence Community is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Collaborated with Intelligence Community partners to create an information-sharing environment horizontally and vertically ensuring strategic and tactical information reached all stakeholders.
  • Coordinated the strategic liaison and interaction within the Intelligence Community, resulting in an increase in intelligence communications and information sharing.
  • Analyzed, documented and reported strategic and tactical intelligence in response to national level requirements for the U.S. Intelligence community.
  • Produced numerous Intelligence Information Reports based on DoD requirements resulting in raw intelligence dissemination to the greater intelligence community.
  • Published over 60 comprehensive counterintelligence reports which ensured timely and accurate threat information reported to intelligence community.
  • Reviewed all reports produced within the office and ensured proper dissemination to the greater intelligence community.
  • Developed relationships with U.S. Intelligence Community partners and leveraged resources that resulted in successful joint operations.
  • Collaborate with intelligence community counterparts, and provide tactical analysis to brief high-level decision makers
  • Developed and implemented collection requirements to satisfy specialized needs of US intelligence community.
  • Reviewed and analyzed upcoming intelligence community events and ongoing intelligence operations.
  • Developed professional relationships with members of the JTTF and intelligence community.
  • Worked with the intelligence community on mutual target investigations/operations.
  • Maintain contacts in the close-knit intelligence community.
  • Conducted and coordinated investigations and liaised with members of the DOD, the US Intelligence Community, and international intelligence agencies.
  • Coordinated the exchange of information with ICE offices at U.S. embassies world-wide, with the Intelligence Community and the White House.
  • Coordinated investigations, collected intelligence and other issues with all agencies within the Intelligence Community (IC).
  • Defined scopes of investigations in accordance with the Intelligence Community Directive (ICD).
  • Maintained close liaison with U.S. and foreign law enforcement and intelligence community officials.
  • Conducted liaison with Senior Department of Defense and US Intelligence Community partners.
  • Influence and persuade law enforcement and intelligence community peers.

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42. IRS
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Here's how IRS is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Collaborated with IRS civil audit, regulatory and legal divisions to ensure coordinated cross-functional compliance.
  • Secured criminal/administrative adjudications against IRS employees and taxpayers seeking to obstruct/impede IRS functions.
  • Developed long range Outreach and Public Affairs goals in order to advertise the investigative product we had available to our stakeholders.
  • Engaged in fast paced criminal investigations, often requiring coordination with Bureau of Indian Affairs or Bureau of Prison officials.
  • Served as primary protective advance agent for First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy of France during her visit to the U.S.
  • Provide protection to the President and the First Family while at the White House and around the world.
  • Represented IRS at media events, press conferences, interviews, executive meetings and other high-level functions.
  • Worked closely with all law enforcement public affairs counterparts and provided training exercises and guidance.
  • Counseled team members' compliance and grievance issues as first line of defense.
  • Educated IRS personnel and stakeholders on ethics and integrity issues.
  • Conducted all public affairs policy briefings for Secret Service personnel.
  • Provided integrity and ethics awareness training to IRS employees.
  • Assessed potential threats against IRS employees and facilities.
  • Created North Carolina's First Anti-Counterfeit Task Force.
  • Implemented first-ever partnership between AFOSI agents and Predator units to ensure additional security on outside-the-wire missions.
  • Assigned full-time to IRS-Electonic Crimes as a Special Agent- Computer Investigative Specialist (CIS)
  • Produced finished intelligence products, to include IIRs.
  • Conducted internal affairs on anyone having responsibilities with compartmentally classified information and papers.
  • Program Manager - Office of Internal Affairs Congressional Oversight Assignment U.S. Senate Washington, D.C.
  • Conducted first AFOSI/Palau Immigrations Counter-Human Trafficking operation on the Island of Koror, Republic of Palau.

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43. Surveillance Equipment
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Here's how Surveillance Equipment is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Identified investigative needs and promptly requested approval through the proper channels to use investigative/surveillance equipment in accordance with agency guidelines.
  • Restructured and employed time tested counterintelligence methods, and modern technical surveillance equipment to safeguard technology initiatives.
  • Operate cameras, radios, or other surveillance equipment to intercept communications or document activities.
  • Utilized consensual monitoring and video surveillance equipment.
  • Required the completion of detailed reports, in-depth interviews, undercover assignments, and the use of electronic surveillance equipment.
  • Utilized electronic surveillance equipment in the field as part of investigations and to gather evidence.
  • Applied for, and then procured office and surveillance equipment for the regional office.
  • Provided training to other agents in electronics surveillance equipment, techniques and methods.
  • Maintained, installed, and evaluated surveillance equipment for use in drug investigations.
  • Trained with and used high-tech, state-of-the-art surveillance equipment.
  • Leverage specialized surveillance equipment and technologies to enhance investigativecapabilities.
  • Developed operational plans for the utilization of electronic surveillance equipment in complex federal criminal investigations.
  • Managed and utilized information systems, technical surveillance equipment, and security control mechanisms.Security Clearance
  • Trained in the use of technicalsurveillance equipment as well as data mining equipment using applicable software.

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44. Local Agencies
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Here's how Local Agencies is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Developed and maintained productive working relationships with state and local agencies promoting information exchange and providing investigative expertise.
  • Conducted criminal investigations and assisted state and local agencies.
  • Initiated a task force of local agencies to consolidated resources, share information, expand jurisdictions and end duplication of efforts.
  • Established liaison with the FBI, Department of Defense, and other state and local agencies as required.
  • Worked closely with federal prosecutors and law enforcement officers from other federal, state and local agencies.
  • Maintained close liaison with other federal and local agencies including federal, state and local law enforcement.
  • Work jointly on threat assessments for the state with other federal, state, and local agencies.
  • Work with the US Attorney's Office and other federal, state, and local agencies.
  • Conducted liaison and joint investigations with numerous federal, state, and local agencies.
  • Coached, Taught and Mentored junior agents, provided training to local agencies.
  • Enhanced partnership between federal, state and local agencies assigned to the JTTF.
  • Collected and analyzed surveillance logs from federal, state, and local agencies.
  • Act as liaison between other federal, state, and local agencies.
  • Assist federal, state, and local agencies when needed.
  • Maintained liaison with other Federal, State and Local Agencies.
  • Worked jointly with FDA-OCI, HHS IG, FBI, IRS, state and local agencies and federal and state prosecutors.
  • Coordinated investigative and enforcement activities with federal, state, and local agencies as well as prosecutorial authorities.
  • Maintain liaison with Federal, state and local agencies to insure interoperability regarding technical investigative support activities.

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45. Source Operations
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Here's how Source Operations is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted source operations, liaison with Host Nation counterparts, debriefed personnel for counterintelligence collections and supported counter-terrorism operations.
  • Conducted CI collection activities and source operations to include overt collection, surveillance and non-technical operations.
  • Conduct source operations to gather intelligence information in support of priority intelligence requirements.
  • Developed operational plans and source operations to safeguard base assets.
  • Conduct Counterintelligence collection activities and source operations.
  • Provided operational guidance to teams regarding force protection, tactical HUMINT operations, Military Source Operations (MSO) and DOCEX.
  • Complete oversight and management of Department of Defense informant dossiers in Department of Defense Source Operations Management System (DSOMS).
  • Performed CI Force Protection Source Operations and CI Investigations at SCID-A in Kabul from May to October 2008.
  • Conducted team source operations, casing different facilities for meets in a civilian and tactical environment.
  • Supervised a seven-member team of Counterintelligence Agents in collection efforts through the use of source operations.
  • Detect, neutralize and exploit counterintelligence targets, and Conduct low-level source operations.
  • Planned, directed & established joint CI/HUMINT source operations throughout northern Iraq.
  • Managed extensive Source operations in support of the force protection mission.
  • Conducted HUMINT collection and source operations in deployed combat environment.
  • Participated in counterintelligence force protection source operations (CFSO).
  • Lead instructor for CI Source Operations phase of CISAC.
  • Conduct CI Force Protection Source Operations.
  • Managed Detachment counterintelligence program including management of Humint source operations, identifying intelligence gaps and determining intelligence collections priorities.
  • Conducted Human Intelligence Collection and Source Operations refresher training to validate skill sets and update personnel training dossiers.
  • Identified intelligence and criminal activity through human source operations, electronic techniques,physical surveillance, and consensual monitoring..

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46. New Agents
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Here's how New Agents is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted training for new agents and law enforcement personnel in latent fingerprint analysis and comparison techniques.
  • Mentored new agents and provided one-on-one training when directed by supervisor.
  • Evaluated new agents on their ability to comprehend and evaluate information and to appropriately apply the information to the protective mission.
  • Perform the duties of unit field training officer, responsible for the training and evaluation of new agents.
  • Conducted surveillance detection training for new agents on the team and within the Protective Services Battalion.
  • Trained new agents and mentored less-experienced journeymen agents (November 2004 to May 2006).
  • Served as the on-the-job training officer for new agents; served as Acting Special Agent-in-Charge.
  • Developed and presented Public Corruption training for new agents while at the FBI Academy.
  • Performed duty as Field Training Officer, evaluates new agents on duty performance.
  • Provided field training of new agents and background investigations of new appointees.
  • Trained new agents on policies, procedures and SAP software reporting programs.
  • Handled training for new agents on counter-intelligence and espionage factors.
  • Established and implemented unit upgrade training program for new agents.
  • Mentor and coach new Agents within the Department.
  • Facilitated subject matter training for new agents.
  • Instructed new agents in basic Spanish.
  • Trained and mentored new agents.
  • Conducted field training for new agents on a longer-term assessment basis due to the inherient dangers of undercover work.
  • Served as an advisor and mentor for junior and new agents to enhance investigative and protective techniques.
  • Trained new agents with conducting street level narcotics enforcement.

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47. Jttf
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Here's how Jttf is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Spearheaded the establishment of the FBI's Mountain Region Computer Intrusion Program as part of the Salt Lake City FBI JTTF.
  • Represented IRS-CI to Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) and Organized Crime Enforcement Task Force (OCEDTF).
  • Served as the OSI representative on Honolulu Hawaii's FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF-HI).
  • Served as the JTTF Coordinator for a five year period.
  • Supported terrorism investigative efforts with the NY JTTF.
  • Field Office; Counterterrorism/Counterintelligence Division, Conducted CT/CI Investigations as part of the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF).
  • Field Training Agent and District Supervisor for Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) - Fayetteville / Federal.
  • Served on interagency JTTF (Joint Terrorism Task Force) working in Counter-Terrorism role.

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48. CIA
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Here's how CIA is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Executed financial management of office budget including procurement and payments for vendors and travel.
  • Obtained certification as a counterintelligence FBI Special Agent.
  • Worked independently on-site at the financial institution.
  • Coordinate with senior external law enforcement officials to facilitate access and resource support in both the National Capital Region and world-wide.
  • Prepared various special agent reports, prosecution memorandums, and indictments, which outlined case findings and recommendations for prosecution.
  • Evaluate and counsel Agents during selection phases for Mission Special Agent in Charge and Shift Lead certifications.
  • Served as direct liaison between U.S. Atlantic Command (USACOM) -Special Operations Command, US Dept.
  • Conduct interviews with personnel pertinent to the visit of high level Department of Defense Officials.
  • Acted as Supervisory Special Agent during extended deployments of Special Agent in Charge of JFK.
  • Established escrow agreements, grant disbursement schedules and evaluated financial impact of contract changes.
  • Deployed as the senior law enforcement officer on the island of Diego Garcia.
  • Completed 40 hour training in Financial Investigations, as well as interview techniques.
  • Trained and evaluated new-hire Special Agents as their Field Training Agent.
  • Assisted in the training of junior special agents.
  • Collected underwritten conditions for supplemental loan development, credit analysis and due diligent review of Veterans financial position.
  • Served on internal and inter-agency executive boards, briefed executives and provided liaison with government agencies and the financial services sector.
  • Served as the Senior Counterintelligence Special Agent for the Asadabad Counterintelligence Office during a lapse in coverage.
  • Investigated felony offenses in a four-state region as a Special Agent of a deployable field unit.
  • Prioritize and multi-task efficiently to complete all objectives associated with short and long-range planning.
  • Assisted in preventing losses Member of S.O.R.T (special operation response team), UPPD's version of S.W.A.T.

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49. Internal Investigations
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Here's how Internal Investigations is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted complex criminal and administrative investigations, including internal investigations of US Army military and civilian employees.
  • Conducted internal investigations involving TSA employees engaging in administrative or criminal misconduct while on or off duty.
  • Conducted internal investigations into misappropriation of government funds related to mortgage fraud and organized crime investigations.
  • Conducted internal Investigations relative to allegations of criminal offenses or misconduct by DEA employees.
  • Gathered essential data for developing evidence, performing internal investigations, and conducting arrests.
  • Assigned work, evaluated performance, initiated internal investigations and resolved grievances.
  • Established local and national policy for the conduct of internal investigations.
  • Conducted complex administrative internal investigations on NMCD employees as required.
  • Conduct internal investigations which may result in criminal prosecution.
  • Conducted successful internal investigations of high level (GS-15 and SES) executives within the Customs Service.
  • Conduct internal Investigations of felonies committed by inmates and/or staff.
  • Completed simple and complex criminal, civil and internal investigations,including fatalities and all train related incidents.
  • Key Achievements: Conducted Internal Investigations of IRS employees.

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50. Uniform Code
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Here's how Uniform Code is used in Special Agent jobs:
  • Conducted highly complex criminal investigations related to the violation of Federal laws and Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Conducted investigations of infractions against the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Conducted felony investigations into allegations of crimes in violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and United States Code.
  • Prepared reports of investigation to be submitted to unit commands for prosecution under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Worked complex criminal cases of suspected violations of U.S. Code and the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Conducted criminal investigations subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice and U.S. Federal Criminal Codes.
  • Conducted investigations of violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and civilian laws.
  • Affected numerous arrests on military personnel who violated the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Interviewed witnesses; interrogated persons suspected of violating the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Investigate felony violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
  • Investigated active duty US Coast Guard members and civilian employees of the USCG for violationing the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Interviewed witnesses, victims, and individuals suspected of committing major violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Special Agent

Law Enforcement

18.5%

Counterintelligence Investigations

14.9%

Fraud Investigations

9.2%

Military Personnel

8.6%

Physical Evidence

8.3%

Criminal Investigations

8.2%

Undercover Operations

4.7%

Government Agencies

4.7%

Arrest Warrants

4.2%

Firearms

2.5%

Grand Jury

2.2%

Background Checks

2.1%

DOD

2.1%

DEA

2.0%

Secret Service

1.8%

Crime Victims

1.4%

Family Law

1.2%

Security Personnel

1.2%

Crime Scenes

1.1%

Public Corruption

1.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Special Agent

Rank Skill
1 Law Enforcement 15.0%
2 Counterintelligence Investigations 12.1%
3 Fraud Investigations 7.5%
4 Military Personnel 7.0%
5 Physical Evidence 6.8%
6 Criminal Investigations 6.7%
7 Undercover Operations 3.8%
8 Government Agencies 3.8%
9 Arrest Warrants 3.4%
10 Firearms 2.1%
11 Grand Jury 1.8%
12 Background Checks 1.7%
13 DOD 1.7%
14 DEA 1.6%
15 Secret Service 1.4%
16 Crime Victims 1.1%
17 Family Law 1.0%
18 Security Personnel 0.9%
19 Crime Scenes 0.9%
20 Public Corruption 0.9%
21 US Army 0.9%
22 Commander 0.9%
23 Afosi 0.8%
24 Threat Assessments 0.8%
25 Terrorism 0.8%
26 Federal Bureau 0.8%
27 CID 0.8%
28 Confidential Informants 0.7%
29 ATF 0.7%
30 Vulnerability Assessments 0.7%
31 Identity Theft 0.7%
32 Fraud Claims 0.6%
33 Financial Crimes 0.6%
34 Foreign Dignitaries 0.6%
35 Child Abuse 0.6%
36 Usaf 0.6%
37 Court Hearings 0.6%
38 Humint 0.6%
39 Surveillance Operations 0.6%
40 Federal Courts 0.6%
41 Intelligence Community 0.6%
42 IRS 0.5%
43 Surveillance Equipment 0.5%
44 Local Agencies 0.5%
45 Source Operations 0.5%
46 New Agents 0.5%
47 Jttf 0.4%
48 CIA 0.4%
49 Internal Investigations 0.4%
50 Uniform Code 0.4%
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