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11-30-2002, 10:08 #1
My wife is interested in a career involving intelligence with a federal agency. She is a city cop with 5 yrs on. She holds a degree in criminal justice. Any suggestions on where she should enquire?
11-30-2002, 10:49 #2
Do a search by series for 0132 positions, that is the intelligence career track. She will probably have the most success with LE agencies that are hiring intel people such as Customs, DEA, FBI and INS. That's just a guess on my part by the way. Good luck.
12-01-2002, 03:36 #3Rookie
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"Intel" itself is very broad. Is she wanting to do LE intel or military type intel? Huge difference which would mean totally different agencys. Let us know, and it will be alot easier to guide you. But as was mentioned before, USAJOBS is a good way to go for both.There is something magnificent in having a country to love -James Russell Lowell (Think About it)
12-01-2002, 12:17 #4PSB Guest
Criminal Intelligence vs. Intelligence
If your wife is interested in Criminal Intellignece, a search for 0132 jobs will fit her needs well. As pointed out, just about all major FED LE agencies employ Criminal Intelligence Analysts (DEA, USCS, FBI, ATF, etc).
If she is refering to Clandestine, counterterrorism, counterespionage type intelligence, she might want to try the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, the Naval Criminal Investigative Servide, and Army Military Intellignece, and of course the FBI. Although not positive intel, they do counterintelligence operations. Army MI is not 1811 though. If she is head strong on positive intelligence, then CIA, NSA, NRO, DIA are probably her best choice. CIA, you send in an application and wait. If they call you, OK, if not you'll never hear from them again. They tend not to be overly impressed with cops, unless your applying for their security officer position. NSA, same thing...your app goes into a big black hole...you may hear back or you may not. DIA on the other hadn, is a little more user friendly and they have entry level positions advertised in their web site. NRO, I know nothing about.
I hope this helps a little.
12-01-2002, 15:53 #5
Given her police background ATFE might prove a good fit and we have been expanding out Intell. capacity quite a bit. Also check our internet page.ret.