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Department of Defense Criminal Investigative Services Special Agent Careers

By January 16, 2013

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Each branch of the U.S. military commands its own special investigations section. The Department of Defense, the parent organization for the four war fighting branches of the armed forces, also employs both civilian DoD police officers and special agents.

While the other investigative offices spend the bulk of their time on crimes involving their respective branches' personnel, the Defense Criminal Investigative Services is primarily tasked with looking into cases of fraud and corruption within the department and among its contractors.

If you're interested in a law enforcement career with the U.S. military and want to help protect soldiers, sailors, marines and airmen, then look no further than a career as a Department of Defense special agent.

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