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Its first official task was visiting and making surveys of the houses of prostitution in preparation for enforcing the "White Slave Traffic Act," or Mann Act, passed on June 25, 1910. This group was renamed the United States Bureau of Investigation, in 1932.
The following year it was linked to the Bureau of Prohibition and rechristened the Division of Investigation (DOI) before finally becoming an independent service within the Department of Justice in 1935. In the same year, its name was officially changed from the Division of Investigation to the present-day Federal Bureau of Investigation, or FBI.
When the Bureau was established, there were few federal crimes. The Bureau investigated violations of laws involving bankruptcy, naturalization, national banking, antitrust, and land fraud. Previous law enforcement experience was considered desirable as there were no training programs for agents in the early years. F.B.I. HISTORY THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
ARE YOU QUALIFIED TO BE AN F.B.I. AGENT? * Be a U.S. citizen or a citizen of the Northern Mariana Islands.
* Be at least 23 years of age, but younger than 37 upon your appointment as a Special Agent (Age waivers may be granted to preference eligible veterans who have surpassed their 37th birthday)
* Must possess a four-year degree from a college or university accredited by one of the regional or national institutional associations recognized by the United States Secretary of Education.
* Must have at least three years of professional work experience.
* Must also possess a valid driver's license and be completely available for assignment anywhere in the FBI's jurisdiction.
All applicants for the Special Agent position must first qualify under one of five Special Agent Entry Programs. These programs include Acconting, Computer Scinece/Information Technology, Language, or Law,
PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST A standardized test consisting of four required events is administered to ensure that FBI Special Agents are fully prepared for the physical challenges met in the law enforcement field.
* Maximum number of sit-ups in one minute
* Timed 300-meter sprint
* Maximum number of push-ups (untimed)
* Timed one and one-half mile (1.5 mile) run
Applicants are required to conduct a Physical Fitness Test (PFT) self assessment using the proper PFT protocol prior to the Phase I exam. Although a passing PFT self assessment is not required to take the Phase I exam, no applicant will be considered for Phase II testing until he/she has submitted a PFT Self Evaluation Form which reflects a passing score. Protect the United States from terrorist attack Protect against criminal activities and organizations Protesct the United States against techological and cyber-based crimes Combat blue-collar and violent crimes Fight against all levels of public curruption Protect civil rights Upgrade tchnology to aid the seccess of FBI missions Priorities Protect the United States from spies and foreign intelligence aperations