Supervisory Criminal Investigator (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – May 15, 2017
I have had numerous career opportunities in the US marshals Service. I look forward to retiring in a few years and moving on to a government contracting job, where I could offer my experiences to serve in my next position.
The hardest part of my current supervisory role is managing some administrative personnel.
The most enjoyable part of the job involves mentoring and developing the abilities of others, who are trying to improve their careers.
Good Salary and Benefits. Opportunities for advancement
Networking is needed to promote. Especially at USMS Headquarters
U.S. Department of Justice (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – June 29, 2017
Responsible for the day to day operations of personal and facility security for the federal judiciary. Core functions include fugitive apprehension and operations, witness security protection, asset forfeiture seizure and management, and prisoner handling.
Assist in transporting prisoners (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – February 16, 2017
This job was an on-call position only and I dealt with federal detainee's who were in custody for many different types of crimes. Also transport inmates to various courts around the state to attend federal court.
District Security Officer (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 23, 2017
The United States Marshals Service (USMS) is a contract job. The USMS is very law enforcement oriented and very professional and its the oldest law enforcement agency. The USMS is my second job. Im a retired law enforcement officer and my first job was working for the California Department Of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) with over 22 years of experience and this career was professional.
Loved working for U.S.Marshals Service. Such a variety of responsibilities in law enforcement on the federal level. Retired because criminals were becoming too violent and did not want to risk my life any longer.
Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 28, 2016
I had a wonderful experience at the USMS office in the Southern District of New York. The office is filled with wonderful personal that are both personable and helpful in any way they can be. I made great connections with many of the officers there as well as learned many different tasks of a USMS deputy while working in the different units.
Intersting place to work with moments of excitement and some boredom
Senior Inspector (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – July 7, 2015
Currently conducting Internal Affairs investigations which has been an eye opening experience. Previous positions with the US marshals Service have required extensive domestic and overseas travel which was entertaining and educating. Other positions have been very stimulating with tracking fugitives, handling prisoners and going to court. As a firearms instructor I have qualified numerous employee and participated in the selection of the Glock pistol as an agency issued weapon.
Clerk II (Contract Employee) (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – June 9, 2015
The atmosphere, co-workers and management were positive. Overall, an extremely pleasant organization to work for. Typical duties included accounts payable and accounts receivable, guard hire program administration, administrative duties
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR / DEPUTY U.S. MARSHAL (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – May 27, 2015
Joined USMS after almost 9 years as a Police Officer. Greatest move I ever made. Through USMS I traveled on assignments to much of the United States and a few foreign country's. I met many persons in positions of power and protected many of the same. I enjoyed the work right up to the day of my retirement. Co-workers were of the highest of caliber and management was always there for us. The hardest part of the job, to me, was sometimes the boredom of sitting in court. Just part of the job. The enjoyable part of my job was catching the bad guy. This was by far the most difficult buy most rewarding part of the job to me.
Internship (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 23, 2014
The U.S. Marshals Service is a close knit group of law enforcement professionals who have been tested and tried and hold themselves to a higher standard that most people know. The people I worked with were the first people on the scene in spring of 1995 in OKC, OK. Their dedication to the job and to each other helps uplift all those who put their lives on the front line in fugitive apprehension.