701st MP Group (CID)


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701st Military Police Group (CID)

Command SGM
Operations Officer

701st logoThe 701st Military Police Group (CID), headquartered at MCB Quantico, Virginia, conducts worldwide specialized criminal investigative support for classified Army programs and sensitive activities; acquisition fraud affecting Army programs and systems, major construction, and Soldier safety; intrusions, related malicious activities, and insider threats involving Army computers; terrorism-focused investigations; and protective services operations for senior DOD, JCS, DA leaders.

Field Investigative Unit (FIU) - conducts investigations involving sensitive matters and other investigations of interest to senior Army leadership requiring exceptional levels of discretion.

Major Procurement Fraud Unit (MPFU) - through five subordinate field offices and 33 globally aligned offices, MPFU conducts investigations into allegations of fraud associated with the Army’s major acquisition programs. Each year MPFU recoveries have exceeded the entire CID operating budget. To date, MPFU investigations have resulted in more than $2.1 billion returned to the taxpayers.

U.S. Army Protective Services Battalion (USAPSB) - provides personal security services, much like the U.S. Secret Service, for key DOD and DA officials wherever they travel around the world. The battalion also provides security to certain foreign dignitaries visiting the United States.

Computer Crime Investigative Unit (CCIU) - conducts investigations involving intrusions and related malicious activities involving U.S. Army computers, networks, data, and personnel. Intruders range from non-malicious hackers to those intent upon disrupting a network or website to foreign intelligence probes. CCIU investigations have led to arrests of Soldiers, civilians and foreign nationals throughout the world who were engaged in cybercrime directed at the U.S. Army.

Terrorism and Criminal Investigation Unit (TCIU) - investigates offenses committed against U.S. Military and DOD civilian personnel; other U.S. nationals; or U.S. interests by terrorist organizations or individuals, as directed by the Secretary of the Army. Provides dedicated investigative support to the Office of the Chief Prosecutor for Military Commissions. Conducts other criminal investigations as directed by the commander, 701st Military Police Group (CID).

Mailing Address:
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command
701st Military Police Group (CID)
Russell Knox Building
27130 Telegraph Road
Quantico, VA 22134-2253

Phone: 571-305-4411
Fax: 571-305-4189

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