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    To apply for the Deputy U.S. Marshal (DUSM) position for Region 5 (see map), applicant must register in
    advance to attend an information session in New Orleans, LA; or Dallas, TX; or Little Rock, AR. The
    information sessions are held during the week of October 19th, 2009. Upon registration, applicant will be
    provided with the date, time, and address for an information session. Registration is limited for this
    recruiting effort. Once the limit is reached, registration will be closed. Please register for ONLY
    ONE session, following the guidelines described below. You will be disqualified if you register for more
    than one location.
    You must e-mail ONLY ONE of the following e-mail addresses to register for an information session.
    • New Orleans: To register, please e-mail FCIP.NewOrleans@usdoj.gov starting at 9:00 AM (CDT) on
    10/07/09. Registration will be closed once the limit is reached.
    • Dallas: To register, please e-mail FCIP.Dallas@usdoj.gov starting at 9:00 AM (CDT) on 10/07/09. Registration will
    be closed once the limit is reached.
    • Little Rock: To register, please e-mail FCIP.LittleRock@usdoj.gov starting at 9:00 AM (CDT) on 10/07/09.
    Registration will be closed once the limit is reached.
    Required information to submit your e-mail registration includes: (Please include all information in the body of the e-mail
    and be advised that e-mail with attachment(s), i.e., attached resume, modified background, embedded image signature, and
    digital signature, will NOT be opened and processed).
    □ Email subject: “Region 5 FCIP Registration”
    â–¡ Email body contents: Full name; date of birth; phone number(s); and answers to the following questions.
    (Please limit your responses to no more than two lines per question. Failure to answer any question may negatively
    affect your registration).
    (1) Are you a U.S. Citizen?
    (2) Have you applied for the Federal Career Intern Program (FCIP) in other regions? If yes, which one(s)?
    (3) What is your highest level of education?
    (4) Do you have three years or more of qualifying work experience? If yes, please describe.
    Examples: Sworn Law Enforcement officer; work involving the correctional treatment and supervision of criminal
    offenders in correctional institutions; classroom teaching, counseling or instruction; sales-other than taking and filling
    orders as in over-the -counter sales; interviewing experience in a public or private service agency which involved
    making determinations on individuals requests for services or benefits, and explaining, interpreting, and applying rules,
    regulations and procedures; work involving contacts with the public for the purpose of gathering information, such as
    credit rating investor, claims, adjuster, journalist, etc.
    (5) Do you have military experience? If yes, were you honorably discharged?
    (6) Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor, or felony crime of domestic violence, or a felony of any kind?
    Required documents to attend an information session include: Two forms of identification (one with photo); a professional
    resume with detailed job descriptions or an Optional Form (OF) 612; a copy of college transcripts (if applicable); SF-50
    (if current Federal employee); DD-214 (if applicable); veterans preference letter (if applicable); and a copy or best
    knowledge of your driving record for the last seven years. If you are missing any of the required forms, you may not be
    admitted to the information session or your application will not be considered.
    Information Session: May 2009
    Interview: Jun 2009
    Medical Cleared: Dec 2009
    BI Cleared: Jan 2010
    Fit: Passed: Jan 2010/Jun 2010
    FLETC: 07/29/2010

    "I can hear you. The rest of the world hears you. And the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon."

    President Bush, Sept. 14, 2001, addressing police, firefighters and rescue workers at Ground Zero.

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