Press releases

Home


CID in the News
CID Videos
 

CID Press Releases

Brig. Gen. Mark S. Inch Assumes Responsibility as the Provost Marshal General of the Army, Takes Command of Army Criminal Investigation Command, Army Corrections Command
CID Agent receives National Recognition in Fight Against Terror
CID Seeks Information in 1975 Missing Persons Case
Army Investigators Warn the Public about Romance Scams
CID Launches Online Application Portal
How to report a crime to Army CID
Former Army MP, CID Agent Awarded For Heroics
Army CID releases information on Soldier death
CID Agent Saves Swimmers, Awarded Soldier’s Medal
CID Offers $25,000 Reward in Afghanistan Murder
$15,000 reward for information on the identification of human remains found at Joint Base Lewis McChord
Soldier Apprehended in Connection with Knox Shooting
CID Offers $1,000 Reward in Attempted Abduction Case
CID Offers $5,000 Reward in Vehicle Vandalism Case
With National Spotlight on Internet Romance-Type Scams, Army CID Makes Additional Attempts to Warn Unsuspecting Victims         
CCIU Detectives Deliver Digital Justice
U.S. Army CID Pleads with Public, Warns Against Romance Scams
$10,000 REWARD Offered in Fort Benning Kidnapping/Sexual Assault Case
Keeping our Army safe: CID Seeking Special Agents
Army seeking USMC CID Agents to become Army CID Agents
Army Senior Leader’s Recognize NCO Special Agent
CID Offers $5,000 Reward for Recovery of Night Vision Goggles
Army expert receives national recognition for combating sexual assault

Previous Years

2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
 
 

CID Lookout

 
IMPORTANT CLARIFICATION REGARDING SCAM WEBSITE TARGETING SOLDIERS
CID Warns of Government Travel Card Phishing Scam
CID offers holiday safety tips
Caution When Using myPay or No Pay Apps
CID Cyber Tips: Protecting Your Online Identity
CID Warns of Social Networking, Dating Site Scams
CID Warns of Email Scam, Criminals Posing as Police
On point in the war against sexual assault
CID warns of old phishing scam with new twist
CID warns, beware of email scams
CID tips on safeguarding children on and off military installations
Sexual Assault Prevention: CID provides tips on how to minimize your chances of becoming a victim
Violators of Military Hoaxes Act could receive fines, prison time
Learn to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft
TSP Security Notice
CID Unveils New Crime Awareness and Prevention Program
 

Click here to view Lookout releasesCID Lookout is a U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command initiative to partner with the Army community by providing a conduit for members of the Army family to help prevent, reduce and report felony-level crime.

CID is an independent criminal investigative organization that investigates serious, felony-level crime such as murder, rape, sexual assault, robbery, arson, fraud, and even cyber crime or intrusions into the Army networks.

Solving and preventing these types of crime cannot be achieved solely by CID Special Agents and the Military Police.  Together, professional law enforcement officers and the Army community must work hand-in-hand to fight serious crime.  As such, CID is On Point for the Army and depends heavily on Soldiers, family members and civilian employees to Be On The Lookout and provide assistance in keeping the Army Strong and safe. 

CID Lookout provides the latest information to the Army community aimed at helping Soldiers protect themselves, their families and to reduce their chances of becoming a victim of crime.   

For more information on CID or to report a felony-level crime or provide information concerning a crime, contact your local CID Office or the Military Police, or to report a crime click here.

Accessibility/Section 508