The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)  is hiring hundreds of criminal investigators , deportation officers, Customs and Border Protection officers , Border Patrol agents , special agents, physical security specialists, police officers , emergency management specialists, intelligence analysts , and more. If you know someone who is interested in a rewarding career in law enforcement let them know about these opportunities and have them participate in one of their upcoming webinar recruiting sessions. The webinars will provide information on DHS career opportunities; the law enforcement hiring process and timelines; special hiring authorities; effective resume writing ; and how to create a profile on USAJOBS . These two-hour webinars will be offered twelve times over the next two months and they are open to the public. They start April 23 running through June 20, 2018. Register to attend one of the webinars .
For all other law enforcement jobs  review the occupational summary and qualifications and then search the current vacancy listings for positions in your area. We link direct to USAJob listings from our occupational profiles. The federal government employs thousands of law enforcement personnel in more than 40 job series. Review the occupational profiles and the number employed at each agency  for the top 24 jobs to see where you might fit in.
Helpful Career Planning Tools
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- Career Development Guide for Federal Employees 
- Federal Retiree’s Job Center 
- DHS Website 
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