DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Our instructors perform a vital role in support of the Counterintelligence Community, providing DoD credential agents with the knowledge and skills essential for conducting sensitive national security investigations. The program of instruction is designed to build a solid foundation in each critical area with particular emphasis on CI and counterespionage investigations. The course is practical-exercise based and students apply the concepts, tools, and techniques learned. Instructors are responsible for functions such as but not limited to; Course Development, curriculum development, student evaluations and course critiques.
This course is a DoD CI Badge and Credentialing course ( DCAC) , which provides an entry level understanding of Defense Agency CI missions and functions. The training provides the CI Agent with the basic knowledge to conduct the diverse duties of a Defense Agency CI Special Agent. The training emphasizes DoD Cl legal issues; CI functional services; CI education briefings; detection of espionage; CI inquiries; preserving CI operational and investigative viability and prosecutorial information; collecting and reporting CI information; and assisting other agencies in Cl matters to include operations and investigations. This course consists of classroom instruction and practical exercises that frequently exceed 8-hour days. This course requires work after hours and weekends. Instructors must have at least an intermediate level of understanding regarding CI activities in support of the five CI functions: investigations, Collection, operations, functional services, and analysis and production.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
ADDITIONALL DESIRED SKILLS::
Experience processing a CE case from opening to prosecution is highly desired.
Some travel may be required. May spend a lot of time standing due to laboratory conditions.