|CY2020 FBI National Academy (FBINA) Selection Panel
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2. Program description: The FBI National Academy (FBINA) is a professional course of
study that serves to improve the administration of justice in police departments and
agencies at home and abroad and to raise law enforcement standards, knowledge, and
cooperation worldwide through instruction in law enforcement and related subjects
including: law, behavioral science, forensic science, understanding terrorism/ terrorism
mindsets, leadership development, communication, and health/fitness.
3. Selection process: The FBINA selection panel will nominate four primary attendees
and 10 alternates which are distributed among two distinct groups: (1) Military Police
branch commissioned officers and (2) United States Army Criminal Investigation Division
Command (USACIDC) criminal investigators. Representatives from HRC, the MP Corps
and USACIDC will form the nomination panel. MP Branch does not vote on the panel. MP
Branch will convene a panel between 21 and 22 May 2019 to select nominees for the
CY2020 training program. HRC will contact the respective unit commanders of each
selectee after the panel results have been approved. Once the unit commanders have
validated the continued eligibility of nominated personnel, all primary and alternate
nominees will receive an official letter of notification in June 2019 that they have been
recommended to attend the FBINA. Final acceptance of the nominee rests with the FBI,
who will review nomination files, conduct personal interviews and require favorable
background checks. The FBI reserves the right to approve or disapprove all nominations.
4. Program tenure/location: This program is approximately 10 weeks long. Candidates will
attend the FBINA at Quantico, Virginia on TDY status. Travel will be funded by the
candidate’s unit or organization and room and board will be funded by the FBINA. The
FBINA has announced the following class sessions for CY2020:
279th Session: 6 January 2020 – 13 March 2020.
280th Session: 30 March 2020 – 5 June 2020.
281st Session: 6 July 2020 – 11 September 2020.
282nd Session: 5 October 2020 – 18 December 2020.
5. Obligations incurred: Candidates will incur a three for one active duty service obligation
(ADSO), computed in days, for every day in the program.
a. Must be an active duty officer, warrant officer or non-commissioned officer in the
(1) Military Police Captain or Non-Promotable Major (31A).
(2) USACIDC Personnel.
(a) Special Agent (MOS 311A) Warrant Officer, CW2-CW4.
(b) Special Agent (MOS 31D) Enlisted, SFC-SGM.
b. Be at least 25 years of age, and not more than 50.
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