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Looking for investigators: Become an Army Criminal Investigation Division special agent
September 5, 2023
— The Department of the Army Criminal Investigation Division is recruiting qualified candidates to become Army CID Special Agents. Apply now!...
Reward increased to $50,000 for information on the murder of Staff Sgt. Jessica Ann Mitchell
November 9, 2022
— The Army’s Criminal Investigations Division at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston and the San Antonio Police Department’s Homicide Unit continue to ask for the public’s help in identifying a vehicle possibly connected to the Jan. 1, 2021, murder of Army Staff Sgt. Jessica Ann Mitchell...
OSI, investigative partners team to resolve global fraud scheme
December 27, 2021
— The Department of Justice announced on Dec. 22, 2021, a global resolution of its criminal and civil investigations into Balfour Beatty Communities LLC (BBC), one of the largest providers of privatized military housing to the U.S. Armed Forces, for defrauding the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, and U.S. Navy, in connection with a scheme to defraud the U.S. military...
SAPD, Army CID seek help with Army NCO’s unsolved murder
August 2, 2021
— The San Antonio Police Department’s Homicide Unit and the Army’s Criminal Investigations Division at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston are asking for the public’s help in identifying a vehicle possibly connected to the Jan. 1, 2021, murder of Army Staff Sgt. Jessica Ann Mitchell...
Ransomware: Army CID warns of virtual hostage situations
February 17, 2021
— Ransomware is a type of malicious software, or malware, designed to deny a user access to a computer system or computer files until the ransom, typically cryptocurrency, has been paid. Ransomware uses encryption to hold the data hostage and requires a decryption key before a user is granted access. ...
Army CID reports increase in phishing scams during pandemic
August 31, 2020
— The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command’s Major Cybercrime Unit has seen an increase in phishing and spoofing scams and reminds the Army community to be cautious when opening emails and to take extra precautions to protect personal information...
Army CID Cybercrime Unit warns rental scams on the rise
August 4, 2020
— Housing rental scams are on the rise worldwide. The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, commonly known as CID, reminds the Army community to be cautious when responding to any advertisement regarding home or apartment rentals...
Video-conference calls are target for cybercriminals
April 16, 2020
— The increase in video-conferencing browsing trends has garnered the attention of hackers who are looking for innovative ways to infiltrate computer software systems...
CID warns of increase in COVID-19 related fraud, scams
April 8, 2020
— Opportunistic scammers continue to find creative ways to obtain and use someone’s personal and financial information. From fake stimulus checks to Medicare fraud, cybercriminals will undertake extreme measures to separate individuals from their money...
CID cautions teleworkers to adhere to IT best practices
March 23, 2020
— As the Army community continues to encourage teleworking, the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command reminds users about cyber adversaries and the importance of keeping all information on the network safe...
CID encourages vigilance to prevent COVID-19 cyber scams
March 16, 2020
— The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command warns the military community that some phishing campaigns prey on would-be victims’ fear, while others capitalize on the opportunity created by hot topics in the news cycle. The COVID-19 pandemic presents cybercriminals with a way to combine both into a dangerous one-two punch...
CID seeks military police investigators to join warrant officer ranks
November 19, 2019
— As part of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command’s continued effort to recruit the best of the best to become special agents, CID is currently seeking military police investigators from Career Management Field 31 to become CID special agent warrant officers...
Social media security: Tips from an Army special agent
September 6, 2019
— Even the most innocuous data posted to a social media feed can be married up with other publicly available information to provide online criminals the tools they need to exploit members of the military or general public, an Army special agent said...
Social media scams are affecting the military
August 2, 2019
— Nowadays, people have to be cautious of everything you do online. Scammers are always trying to get money, goods or services out of unsuspecting people — and military members are often targets...
Army Criminal Investigation Command warns of disaster fraud schemes, scams
September 18, 2018
— The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is alerting service members to be on the lookout for “disaster fraud” charitable schemes and repair scams...
Army Criminal Investigation Command announces new crime tips system
August 22, 2018
— The Army community and American public now have the ability to use their computers and smartphones to submit tips about crimes, suspicious activity or threats to the U.S. Army’s Criminal Investigation Command via a new digital crime tips system...
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command warns of virtual kidnapping scam
June 26, 2018
— The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command’s Computer Crime Investigative Unit, or CCIU, is warning the military community to be on the lookout for the “Virtual Kidnapping” hoax...
‘Sextortion’ scams continue to occur; don’t give into scammer’s demands
April 26, 2018
— The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command’s Computer Crime Investigative Unit, or CCIU, continues to caution the Army community to be on the lookout for all types of “sextortion scams” where criminals will use any dishonest method to make contact with potential victims and then attempt to blackmail them...
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command seeks qualified officers to join warrant officer ranks
April 10, 2018
— The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is seeking first lieutenants and captains, from all military occupational specialties, interested in becoming CID Special Agents to submit applications to transition to a CID Special Agent warrant officer, which has a Military Occupation Code, or MOS of 311A...
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command warns Army about social media impersonation of Soldier accounts
February 13, 2018
— The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command's Computer Crime Investigative Unit is once again warning Soldiers and the Army community to be on the lookout for "social media scams" where cybercriminals impersonate service members by using actual and fictitious information, not just for "trust-based relationship scams," also known as Romance Scams, but for other impersonation crimes such as sales schemes and advance fee schemes. ...