Investigator, your duties may include but are not limited to:
NCIS Special Agents by conducting records and database inquiries, surveillance,
serving warrants and/or executing command authorized searches, identifying and
collecting evidence, interviewing witnesses, victims, and sources,
interrogating subjects, taking sworn statements, and participating in
prosecutorial proceedings or administrative actions to include presenting
evidence and testifying at courts-martial, civil trials and administrative
hearings in support of investigations pertaining to violations of Titles 10,
15, and 18 of the United States Code and the Uniform Code of Military Justice
in addition to violations of state/local statutes requiring NCIS investigative
involvement and support.
and collecting investigative data and information from various sources. Developing
contacts to gather pertinent information relative to on-going investigations,
counterintelligence, or counterterrorism matters. Analyzing and evaluating investigative results,
organizes them in a logical manner, and preparing clear, complete and concise
reports ensuring compliance with investigative standards, guidelines, and
and maintaining liaison with local, state, regional or Federal government law
enforcement, judicial, or intelligence officials to encourage exchange of
information in conjunction with inquiries and investigations. Obtaining and
providing reports, facilitates interviews and investigative support. Ability to
research, assemble and compile data for reports and special projects.
sensitive and classified information and providing access to that information
only within strict guidelines. Receiving,
evaluating, and reporting complaints and other allegations or information to
appropriate officials for determination of further inquiry or investigative action.
as the Program Coordinator for the NCIS Crime Reduction Program for assigned
field office AOR; coordinates briefings and ensures Field Office program
objectives are achieved.