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An introduction to the career of an air force investigator

Carrying out this work requires extensive training in such areas as law enforcement, criminal investigation, criminal procedures, as well as armed and unarmed defense. Air Force Security Forces Specialists work domestically and overseas. The work is physically demanding since it requires long hours standing and walking to maintain vigilance and perform needed patrols. Ensure the safety of all Air Force property, nuclear and conventional weapons, resources and base personnel.

  • Administer breathalyzers and other tests for the presence of drug and alcohol;
  • Assist in medical emergencies by applying CPR, first aid and other life-saving procedures;
  • Air Force Security Forces Specialist Salary The following chart comes from the Air Force Web site and shows the base pay rate of enlisted personnel at various grade levels;
  • In excellent physical health able to withstand long periods of strenuous duty.

Conduct investigations of all base incidents and criminal activity. Secure crime scenes, collect, analyze and preserve all evidence. Interview all witnesses and suspects of a crime or other incidents. Arrest and detain those suspected of criminal activities and testify in any court proceedings.

  • Majors offered include aircraft and missile maintenance, electronics and telecommunications, allied health, logistics and resources, and public and support services which includes criminal justice;
  • The work is physically demanding since it requires long hours standing and walking to maintain vigilance and perform needed patrols;
  • No evidence of emotional or mental disorder comprehensive psychological batteries are administered to all candidates;
  • You can transfer these credits toward coursework in the Community College of the Air Force.

Perform routine individual and group patrols, mounted and dismounted tactical drills, combat procedures, anti-terrorism duties, and military operations—both war and non-war related. Operate communications equipment, base vehicles, and weapons systems. Assist in medical emergencies by applying CPR, first aid and other life-saving procedures. Report the presence of unauthorized personnel and activities to commanders.

Enforce rules and regulations regarding conduct, discipline, and adherence to military law and directives. Administer breathalyzers and other tests for the presence of drug and alcohol. Employ dog teams to support security operations and train dog handlers and working dogs.

No evidence of emotional or mental disorder comprehensive psychological batteries are administered to all candidates. No criminal history or convictions in a civilian court, with ability to be licensed to bear firearms.

  • Only those who have attained at least Senior Airman status Grade E-4 and agree to reenlist are eligible to work in these specialties;
  • Conduct investigations of all base incidents and criminal activity;
  • Interview all witnesses and suspects of a crime or other incidents;
  • Operate communications equipment, base vehicles, and weapons systems.

Eligible to obtain a security clearance. No non-judicial punishment in the Uniform Code of Military Justice UCMJ which resulted in either suspension, reduction in grade, or sentencing to custody for offenses related to drug use or sale, larceny, robbery, burglary, or type of criminal behavior, including misconduct in line of duty.

In excellent physical health able to withstand long periods of strenuous duty. Those persons who have had their spleen removed are not eligible to work in a military working dog program. Knowledge of nuclear and conventional weapons, all rules and regulations pertaining to Security Forces activities, anti-terrorism measures, law enforcement procedures and investigations, military working dog operations, airbase defense systems and armaments and equipment.

Air Force Security Forces Specialist Education & Training

New enlistees are not eligible to work with military dog teams or firing range instructors. Only those who have attained at least Senior Airman status Grade E-4 and agree to reenlist are eligible to work in these specialties. After enlisting and completing eight-and-a-half weeks of Basic Military Training, every newly enlisted airman will attend a technical training program based on their specialty.

Graduates are awarded a military police certificate in Criminal Justice with 17 college equivalency credits. You can transfer these credits toward coursework in the Community College of the Air Force.

Special Investigations Officer

The college offers five majors and grants the associate in applied science degree A. Majors offered include aircraft and missile maintenance, electronics and telecommunications, allied health, logistics and resources, and public and support services which includes criminal justice. Within the criminal justice program, core courses constitute 24 credits and include criminal law, criminal investigations, criminal law fundamentals of law enforcement, introduction to security, special weapons and tactics, weapons maintenance, along with an internship program and more.

Air Force Security Forces Specialist Salary The following chart comes from the Air Force Web site and shows the base pay rate of enlisted personnel at various grade levels: