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Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
Marine Interdiction Agent Responsibilities: Conducts maritime patrols and interdictions at sea, on lakes, and rivers to prevent the illegal entry of weapons of terror Conducts interdiction operations against national security threats to include, illegal drugs and undocumented alien smuggling. Conduct joint investigations with other agencies related to border security in the maritime environment, employing multiple investigative techniques and capabilities. Serving as an Air and Marine Operations (AMO) vessel commander and crew member in law enforcement operations utilizing marine assets. Conducting maritime patrols, surveillance and pursuit activities related to the interdiction of smuggled contraband via land, air, and sea. Conducting high speed vessel pursuits and intercepts of suspect vessels under adverse and sometimes hazardous conditions during the hours of darkness and in times of foul/inclement weather. Searching vessels and/or persons to gather evidence to support allegations of criminal or terrorist activity. Conducting independent and joint investigations. Working closely with other Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to gather/share intelligence information regarding illegal maritime activity to include identifying and preventing potential acts of terrorism.
Qualification and Experience
For the GL-9 grade level: 1+ year of specialized experience that provided with the knowledge of basic law enforcement methods, techniques, and skills. Examples include: Enforcing laws, effecting arrests and conducting interviews and interrogations with witnesses and suspects. Performing surveillance, writing reports detailing activities and observations. Collecting and securing evidence and providing expert testimony in court or
National Service Experience (i.e., volunteer experience) Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.
A Masterâ€™s degree or two full years of graduate education in a qualifying progressively higher level graduate education leading to such a degree, or a JD Degree / LL.B., in a qualifying field (e.g., criminal justice, intelligence, homeland security, justice studies, law enforcement, courts and judicial systems, forensic technology, and corrections and rehabilitation);
A combination of successfully completed post-bachelors education and experience.
Knowledge and skill in the use of proper law enforcement and interdiction techniques. Ability to evaluate and use intelligence information by consolidating disparate facts, events and other intelligence material. Ability to operate a wide variety of vessels. Knowledge of navigation techniques. Ability to operate radar systems capable of multiple target acquisition, electronic navigation systems, fathometers and communication suites.
Announcement number: MIA 18-11 2029449
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