Security and Investigations Careers at the FBI
Forensics careers at the FBI require intuition and curiosity to gather and analyze evidence in support of investigations.
Our forensics professionals do not stop at the easy answers. From diligently preserving and analyzing evidence to investigating financial crimes, our forensics professionals tackle complex challenges with every assignment.
Examples of Forensics Roles
Cryptanalysts work on codebreaking and analyzing evidence in a variety of forms and record their findings in lab reports that may be used to testify in court.
Digital forensic examiners (PDF) serve as the FBI’s subject matter experts in digital forensics in support of investigations.
Evidence technicians are responsible for the receipt, retention, and disposition of evidence. They provide extensive advice, guidance, and training to their FBI colleagues on all aspects of evidence processing and procedures.
Forensic accountants use their auditing skills and investigative techniques to analyze and track money laundered by terrorists, spies, and criminals.
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