CID is currently seeking Military Police Investigators from CMF 31 to become CID Special Agent Warrant Officers.
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CID is once again warning Soldiers and the Army community to be on the lookout for “social media scams” where cybercriminals impersonate service members.
CID is warning the Army community to be on the lookout for the “Virtual Kidnapping” hoax.
Scammers, using information from profiles, capitalize on the trustworthy reputation of individuals associated with the Army.
Catching the bad guy is not as easy as Hollywood makes it seem. Fortunately, the Criminal Investigation Command (CID), here, spared an agent to visit and teach a class on forensic science.
The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is warning Army personnel about an “imposter” site claimed to be an official U.S. Army benefits page in order to steal official Army Knowledge Online email addresses and passwords. The site, using the address usmilitarybenifit.org, is no an official site. The Army’s authorized benefit…
USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office
The Department of the Army Computer Crime Investigation Unit has issued a Cyber Crime Alert Notice about the use of any third-party mobile applications to access the Department Finance and Accounting Services myPay system.