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FBI

CJ403 04/11/13
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History cont. 1939 - World War II
Subversion, sabotage, and espionage
Draft evaders
Intelligence collection History President Roosevelt
Department of Justice
July 26, 1908 - Special Agents
Attorney General Charles Bonaparte
March 16, 1909 – Bureau of Investigations
Experienced DOJ detectives and secret service Federal Bureau of Investigation by Korbin Spayd History cont. 1920's - Prohibition era
Al Capone
Ku Klux Klan
1935 - Federal Bureau of Investigation
Differentiate from Bureau of Prohibition
1935 - FBI National Academy
Investigative techniques & methods Overview 1921 Lawless Years 1933 World War II 1908 Origins 1974 Watergate 1985 International Crime 2001 Terrorism History Overview Agency Brief
History
Structure
Investigations
Employment
MBTI Analysis History cont. 1973 - Director Clarence Kelley
Watergate
Change in intel collection
Increase in diversity of agents
8,000 agents History cont. 1978 - Laser technology for latent fingerprints
1982 - Drug trafficking
Concurrent jurisdiction with DEA
"The Pizza Connection"
1985 - "The year of the spy" History cont. Director Robert Mueller
09/11/2001 - Terrorist attacks
National agency cooperation
U.S. Patriot Act
Counter-terrorism intelligence Agency Brief Mission
The FBI is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats and to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the United States Obedience
Respect
Compassion
Fairness
Integrity
Accountability
Leadership Values Priorities Protect the U.S.:
1. Terrorist attacks
2. Foreign intelligence operations and espionage
3. Cyber-based attacks
4. Public corruption
5. Protect civil rights
6. Transnational/national criminal organizations
7. Major white-collar and violent crime
9. Support national and international partners
10. Upgrade technology to successfully perform the FBI’s mission Structure Director – Robert S. Mueller, III
Deputy Director – Sean M. Joyce
Associate Deputy Director – Kevin L. Perkins Headquarters Executive
Administration Special Agents Professional Staff Investigations National Security
Terrorism
Counterintelligence
Cyber Crime Criminal
Public Corruption
Civil Rights
Organized Crime
White Collar Crime
Violent Crime
Major thefts Employment Special Agent
Special Agent
Hostage Rescue Team Professional Staff
Intelligence Analyst
Applied science, engineering and technology
Linguist
FBI Police
Business Administration
others Special Agent Career Paths
Directorate of Intelligence
Counter-intelligence Division
Counter-terrorism Division
Criminal Investigation Division
Cyber Division Qualifications 23 - 37 years old
4 year degree from a College or University
U.S. Resident for 3+ years
Possess a valid Driver's License
3 years of professional work experience Special Agent Selection System (SASS) Accounting
Computer Science/
Information Technology
Language
Law
Diversified Accounting
Finance
Computer Science/Information Tech.
Engineering Expertise
Foreign Language(s) Proficiency
Intelligence Experience
Law Experience
Law Enforcement Experience
Military Experience
Physical Sciences Expertise
Diversified Experience Special Agent Selection System (SASS) 1. Online Application
2. Phase I
3. Meet and Greet
4. Language Test
5. Headquarters Review
6. Phase II
7. Physical Fitness test
8. Polygraph/Background
9. Medical Exam Score Female Range Male Range
-2 29 and below 31 and below
0 30-34 32-37
1 35-36 38
2 37-40 39-42
3 41-42 43-44
4 43-46 45-47
5 47-48 48-49
6 49-50 50-51
7 51-52 52-53
8 53-54 54-55
9 55-56 56-57
10 57 and over 58 and over Score Female Range Male Range
-2 67.5 and over 55.1 and over
0 67.4-65.0 55.0-52.5
1 64.9-62.5 52.4-51.1
2 62.4-60.0 51.0-49.5
3 59.9-57.5 49.4-48.0
4 57.4-56.0 47.9-46.1
5 55.9-54.0 46.0-45.0
6 53.9-53.0 44.9-44.0
7 52.9-52.0 43.9-43.0
8 51.9-51.0 42.9-42.0
9 50.9-50.0 41.9-41.0
10 49.9 and below 40.9 and below Score Female Range Male Range
-2 4 and below 19 and below
0 5-13 20-29
1 14-18 30-32
2 19-21 33-39
3 22-26 40-43
4 27-29 44-49
5 30-32 50-53
6 33-35 54-56
7 36-38 57-60
8 39-41 61-64
9 42-44 65-70
10 45 and over 71 and over Score Female Range Male Range
-2 15:00 and over 13:30 and over
0 14:59-14:00 13:29-12:25
1 13:59-13:35 12:24-12:15
2 13:34-13:00 12:14-11:35
3 12:59-12:30 11:34-11:10
4 12:29-11:57 11:09-10:35
5 11:56-11:35 10:34-10:15
6 11:34-11:15 10:14-9:55
7 11:14-11:06 9:54-9:35
8 11:05-10:45 9:34-9:20
9 10:44-10:35 9:19-9:00
10 10:34 and below 8:59 and below Physical Testing 300m Sprint Push-ups 1.5mi Run Sit-ups FBI Academy “If you go anywhere in the world and tell someone that you are an FBI special agent, you will immediately have their respect.” Robert Mueller New Agent Training
Intelligence Training
The National Academy
FBI Laboratory Established in 1935
547 acre campus
Marine Corps Base
Quantico, Virginia New Agent Training 20 weeks of training; 850 hours
Academics
Case Exercises
Firearms
Operational Skills
Physical Training Conclusion MBTI Analysis I S T J Introverted - focus on inner world of ideas
Sensing - focus on present concrete information
Thinking - base decisions on logic and cause & effect
Judging - planned and organized approach to life Agency Brief
History
Structure
Investigations
Employment
MBTI Analysis References FBI Headquarters
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20535 FBI - Becoming one of America’s finest. (n.d.) FBI - Careers. Retrieved March 30,
2013, from https://www.fbijobs.gov/11.asp
FBI - Brief history of the FBI. (n.d.). FBI - Homepage. Retrieved March 30, 2013,
from http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/history/brief-history/brief-history
FBI - Executives. (n.d.). FBI - Homepage. Retrieved March 30, 2013, from
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/executives/director
FBI – Headquarters. (n.d.) FBI - Homepage. Retrieved March 30, 2013,
from http://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/fbi-headquarters
FBI - The FBI academy. (n.d.). FBI - Homepage. Retrieved March 30, 2013, from
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/training
FBI - What we investigate. (n.d.). FBI - Homepage. Retrieved March 30, 2013, from
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/what_we_investigate


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