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Criminal Investigation Division (CID)

Criminal Investigation Division (CID)

Fort Jackson’s 37th MP Detachment (CID) investigates felonies committed by or against the installation’s Soldiers and civilians, on and off post, to include property crimes of high-dollar value. The detachment also performs logistical security missions at area ports and protective services for high-ranking Department of the Army and DOD officials and deploys agents worldwide in support of Army operations.

The special agents assigned to this office are the counterparts of other federal law enforcement agents and civilian detectives. Fort Jackson’s CID office has geographic responsibility for the 31 southeastern counties of South Carolina and the majority of northwestern North Carolina counties, to include Charlotte.

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