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How to become an FBI agent

Thomas, William

How to become an FBI agent

by Thomas, William

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Published by Mason Crest in Broomall, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Federal Bureau of Investigation -- Juvenile literature.,
  • United States. -- Federal Bureau of Investigation -- Vocational guidance.,
  • Law enforcement -- United States -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Criminal investigation -- United States -- Juvenile literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementWilliam David Thomas.
    GenreJuvenile literature.
    SeriesThe FBI story
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV8144.F43 T493 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22971434M
    ISBN 109781422205716, 9781422213780
    LC Control Number2008048093

      Yes, so long as your are as U.S. citizen and are otherwise eligibility. One caveat is that the Bureau likes to be able to verify your background. That's not a problem if you've spent your teenage and adult life in the U.S. If, however, you're from. Synopsis: The book is an honest and detailed memoir of an FBI agent’s career, providing the reader with the unique and often amusing story of one agent’s journey from his first day of work.

    How to Become an FBI Agent As of fiscal year , the Bureau had a total budget of $ billion, 36, employees (which inclu Special Agents support professionals), 56 field offices in major cities throughout the country (including more than satellite offices), and more than 60 international offices in U.S. embassies. To become an FBI agent, you must be at least 23 years old. The cutoff age is Veterans may be able to get a special waiver of the cutoff age. The FBI wants agents with college degrees and three years of professional work experience. Don’t bother applying if you aren’t ready to be assigned anywhere in the world. Become Good at Learning.

      In new book, an FBI undercover agent reveals the dangerous work he does to protect Americans By Elaine Aradillas Octo PMAuthor: Elaine Aradillas. How To Become an FBI Agent Becoming and FBI Agent requires that you pass rigorous qualification standards and have completed a related degree at the bachelors level at a minimum. In addition to a related degree, basic requirements include that you must be between the ages of 23 pass a physical and psychological examination, and undergo.


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How to become an FBI agent by Thomas, William Download PDF EPUB FB2

To Be an FBI Special Agent provides all-encompassing coverage of the training process. Candid photos of the FBI's training school in Quantico, Virginia, give the reader an unprecedented look behind the scenes.

For those truly committed to a career with the FBI, this is the book that will show and tell them how to get there.4/5(12). A career as an FBI agent is perhaps one the most sought after law enforcement jobs in the United States.

Positions with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, along with most other special agent careers, tend to provide higher pay (often six figures after a few years), great health insurance coverage, and excellent retirement benefits.

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Earn a 4-year degree from an accredited institution. In order to be eligible to become an FBI agent, you have to complete a 4-year degree from a college or university first. Your degree can be in any subject, although the institution has to be accredited by an institutional association recognized by the U.S.

government%(57). All FBI Special Agent applicants must complete an online application. Once eligibility and qualifications have been established, the Bureau offers a select few the opportunity to continue through the next phases of the hiring process, known as the Special Agent Selection System (SASS).

Get this from a library. How to become an FBI agent. [William Thomas] -- Introduces the history and function of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and presents facts about such topics as women and minorities in the Bureau, the FBI Academy, and how to become an agent.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects career opportunities for criminal investigators to grow by 5% from This guide offers an overview of how to become an FBI agent, including educational requirements and an outline of the rigorous screening process applicants must complete.

GS 14–15 Annual Salary Range: $89,–$, Source: U.S. Government, Education, Training, & Certification. Serving as an FBI agent is a demanding job with strict entry requirements in multiple areas: Education: Prospective FBI agents must possess a four-year degree from an accredited college or university.

(shelved 8 times as fbi-agent) avg rating — 29, ratings — published James Brien Comey Jr. (/ ˈ k oʊ m i /; born Decem ) is an American lawyer who was the 7th director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from until his dismissal in May Comey had been a registered Republican for most of his adult life; inhe described himself as unaffiliated.

Comey was the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York from January Education: College of William and Mary (BS). To become an FBI agent, the first requirement would be to hold a bachelor’s degree. The type of degree and the major you choose depends on which entry program you are planning to apply to.

Currently, the FBI has five entry programs in place for special agent candidates. These are as follows: Computer science and information. Q: How to become an fbi agent. A: The first step towards becoming an FBI agent is completing your college education. You must have a bachelor degree from an accredited college or university.

All FBI agent applicants will need this degree. Once your education is complete, you can apply for training at 8/10(22).

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is a national agency dedicated to investigation federal crimes. Founded as a small team of special agents on Jthe Bureau was first charged with enforcing the growing body of federal laws covering the United States as a : Mason Crest.

A true account of an FBI Agent who was highly successful in fighting the Mafia in New York City, but found himself being accused of taking bribes, selling information to the man who was his informant and even ordering four mob "hits." How did a highly respected FBI Agent become suspected of corruption and charged with four counts of murder.

The FBI normally hires between and Special Agents a year but we get aro applicants, so you can see that we can pick and choose from “the best of the best.” A person really needs to be at the top of their game when trying to become an FBI Special Agent, both personally and professionally.

If you meet those minimum requirements, then you can think about submitting an application to become an FBI agent. Below you will find more details about the process. FBI application process. The process of becoming an FBI agent has several steps.

It starts with filling an application form. In most of the cases, it is an online application form. The FBI Library is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to FBI employees and FBI Academy students. Library staff is available Monday through Friday, a.m. to. How long does it take to become an FBI agent.

It can take seven or more years to meet the minimum qualifications to become an FBI agent, and if one is accepted into training, it will take another 20 weeks to graduate.

What does an FBI agent earn. New FBI agents. Becoming an FBI Profiler. I am frequently asked for advice on how to become an FBI Profiler. I hope this information is helpful. First, I would advise you to go to and review the current information on job requirements, paying particular attention to the requirements to become an FBI Agent.

Requirements change over time, so this is your most current source of up to date information. FBI Agent: Requirements & Procedures If you want to become an FBI agent then you should fulfill the following educational requirements: it is important that you have earned a bachelor degree from an accredited institution.

Recommended study areas include computer forensics, cyber crime, biology, criminal justice, and business administration. Learn how to work for the FBI as a special agent. Find out about the job description and duties, and review the step-by-step process to start a career as a federal special agent.(shelved 1 time as fbi-agent-female) avg rating — 32, ratings — published Because FBI agents must be eligible for top-secret security clearance, you’ll have to go through a wide range of testing and training processes in order to be eligible to become an agent.

These include criminal background checks, financial checks, face-to-face interviews, psychological evaluations, polygraph testing, drug tests, medical.