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  • #31
    I just applied for the ATL position, along with the other 10 jobs.....lol. good luck to all and myself.
    "whys the sky blue? because god loves the Infantry"

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    • #32
      Originally posted by 173rd_the_Herd View Post
      this may be a stupid question, but what is the IEA ?
      IEA: Immigration Enforcement Agent.
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      • #33
        Is that like ICE?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by 173rd_the_Herd View Post
          Is that like ICE?
          Its a position within ICE, pretty much the equivalent of a USMS DEO but you deal with illegal immigrants instead. Plus you transport illegals back to their home country

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          • #35
            Originally posted by 173rd_the_Herd View Post
            Is that like ICE?
            ICE: Immigration and Customs Enforcement; which is a component of DHS.

            ICE is divided into two parts; ICE DRO (Detention and Removal Operations) and ICE OI (Office of Investigations). Within DRO you have IEAs, SIEAs (Supervisory IEAs), DOs (Deportation Officers), SDDOs (Supervisory Detention and Deportation Officers), DFODs (Deputy Field Office Directors), AFODs (Assistant Field Office Directors), and FODs (Field Office Directors).

            In ICE OI you have SAs (Special Agents), SSAs (Supervisory SAs), DSACs (Deputy Special-Agent-in-Charge), ASACs (Assistant Special-Agent-in-Charge), and SACs (Special-Agent-in-Charge).
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            • #36
              So what is the difference between DEO, BOP, AND IEA/DRO? I know with ICE IEA/DRO, they actually track fugitives, along with the detention aspect of their duties. So what exactly does DEO do besides being a jailer. Do they take on the same roles that ICE IEA/DRO do as in tracking fugitives? I know the BOP only has arrest authority within the federal grounds of the institution, unless tasked out on a task force, so what is the arrest authority of DEO?
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              101st Airborne Division, Rakassans Air Assaultttttttt
              3rd Infantry Division, 2BCT

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              Applied: 6/22/09
              Exam: 7/24/2009
              SI/WA: 3/2/2010
              The Call: October 26, 2010
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              • #37
                Originally posted by jlac20 View Post
                So what is the difference between DEO, BOP, AND IEA/DRO? I know with ICE IEA/DRO, they actually track fugitives, along with the detention aspect of their duties. So what exactly does DEO do besides being a jailer. Do they take on the same roles that ICE IEA/DRO do as in tracking fugitives? I know the BOP only has arrest authority within the federal grounds of the institution, unless tasked out on a task force, so what is the arrest authority of DEO?

                Department: Department Of Justice
                Agency: U.S. Marshals Service
                Job Announcement Number:
                CK293973




                Detention Enforcement Officer

                Additional Duty Location Info: 1 vacancy - Washington DC Metro Area, DC



                MAJOR DUTIES:
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                Serves as a Detention Enforcement Officer responsible for transporting prisoners/detainees by car, van, etc. Conducts searches of the prisoners/detainees to ensure that they are not carrying prohibited property. Applies and/or removes restraints to include handcuffs and leg irons.

                Provides for the security and safeguarding of the prisoners/detainees in accordance with established rules, regulations, directives, and procedures. Maintains order and discipline in the cellblock. Conducts surveillance of the prisoners/detainees while in the cellblock via closed circuit television monitors. Controls access to cellblock area. Distributes food to prisoners/detainees. Requests appropriate medical assistance in case of medical emergencies.

                Prepares documentation required to transport and detain prisoners. Assists with the processing of prisoners. Interviews prisoner/detainees to obtain personal history; inventories personal property; etc.

                Operates cars and/or vans, as required, in connection with transporting prisoners.
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Twoisone View Post
                  Department: Department Of Justice
                  Agency: U.S. Marshals Service
                  Job Announcement Number:
                  CK293973




                  Detention Enforcement Officer

                  Additional Duty Location Info: 1 vacancy - Washington DC Metro Area, DC



                  MAJOR DUTIES:
                  Top
                  Serves as a Detention Enforcement Officer responsible for transporting prisoners/detainees by car, van, etc. Conducts searches of the prisoners/detainees to ensure that they are not carrying prohibited property. Applies and/or removes restraints to include handcuffs and leg irons.

                  Provides for the security and safeguarding of the prisoners/detainees in accordance with established rules, regulations, directives, and procedures. Maintains order and discipline in the cellblock. Conducts surveillance of the prisoners/detainees while in the cellblock via closed circuit television monitors. Controls access to cellblock area. Distributes food to prisoners/detainees. Requests appropriate medical assistance in case of medical emergencies.

                  Prepares documentation required to transport and detain prisoners. Assists with the processing of prisoners. Interviews prisoner/detainees to obtain personal history; inventories personal property; etc.

                  Operates cars and/or vans, as required, in connection with transporting prisoners.
                  Ok, so like I asked, whats the difference between DEO, BOP, and IEA/DRO? On the DEO duties, no where iis the mention of weapons, but BOP and IEA/DRO mention the use of weapons.
                  God Bless America

                  101st Airborne Division, Rakassans Air Assaultttttttt
                  3rd Infantry Division, 2BCT

                  ICE 1811
                  Applied: 6/22/09
                  Exam: 7/24/2009
                  SI/WA: 3/2/2010
                  The Call: October 26, 2010
                  PRESIDIO BOUND!!!!!!!!!!

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                  • #39
                    Detention Enforcement Officers have the same powers and arrest authority of a Deputy U.S. Marshal. Its varies on districts on how they are implemented. It is a 6c covered position so they are Federal Law Enforcement
                    Abraham Lincoln:Nowhere in the world is presented a government of so much liberty and equality. To the humblest and poorest amongst us are held out the highest privileges and positions. The present moment finds me at the White House, yet there is as good a chance for your children as there was for my father's.
                    --August 31, 1864 Speech to 148th Ohio Regiment

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by jlac20 View Post
                      Ok, so like I asked, whats the difference between DEO, BOP, and IEA/DRO? On the DEO duties, no where iis the mention of weapons, but BOP and IEA/DRO mention the use of weapons.
                      From the same:

                      "All new Detention Enforcement Officers are required to complete a rigorous basic training program conducted at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, Georgia, regardless of any prior law enforcement training or experience. The training program lasts for one month. Failure to successfully complete the training program may result in the termination of employment. Incumbent will be required to carry a firearm while performing duties and maintain firearm proficiency."

                      Duties of an IEA:

                      "You will perform or assist with enforcement functions related to the investigation, identification, apprehension, arrest, prosecution, detention and deportation of aliens and criminal aliens, and the apprehension of absconders from removal proceedings. In addition to assisting in the processing and deporting or escorting of aliens to their country of citizenship, you will perform detention responsibilities including, but not limited to, helping assure detainee care (physical, mental and civil rights). You will be required to liaison with other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies."

                      Firearms Requirement of an IEA:

                      "You will be required to carry a firearm while performing duties of this position. Maintaining firearm proficiency is also mandatory. You must satisfactorily complete (or have previously completed) the firearms component of the Detention and Removal Training Program at Glynco, Georgia. Any person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence cannot lawfully possess a firearm or ammunition. If eligible for consideration, you will be required to certify whether they have ever been convicted of such an offense. False or fraudulent information provided is criminally punishable by fine or imprisonment."

                      One of the most glaring differences between an IEA and a BOP CO or DEO is that an IEA will do enforcement. This could mean going into a jail/prison, and interviewing a subject suspected of violating federal immigration law(s) (CAP = Criminal Alien Program). As well, IEAs will respond to other law enforcement agencies who have encountered suspected illegal immigrants during the course of their regular duties (LEAR = Law Enforcement Agency Response), then the IEA may detain them depending upon the outcome of the field interview the IEA will conduct. Further, some IEAs will get assigned to their field office's FUG OPS (Fugitive Operations) team. This entails going to a subject's residence, and assisting other members of the team (Deportation Officers) to serve an administrative warrant of arrest because the subject has either not self-deported themselves out of the U.S., or because the subject did not show up for an Immigration Court appearance.

                      The other difference between an IEA and a BOP CO or DEO, is that an IEA will escort a subject that has been found guilty of violating U.S. immigration laws back to the subject's country of origin, or as close as ICE can get the subject to their country. This could mean flying to Argentina, or China, or the Phillipines. In regards to the other example, it could mean flying the subject to the nearest friendly country, and then putting the subject on a plane destined to their home country.
                      sigpicTwo is one,
                      one is none.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by The Fed View Post
                        Its a position within ICE, pretty much the equivalent of a USMS DEO but you deal with illegal immigrants instead. Plus you transport illegals back to their home country
                        Not even close. IEA's have a wide variety of functions. Som conduct transports, while other conduct Fugops, CAP, Secure Communities, LEAR, just to name a few. Their authority is wide spread.
                        "An excuse is worse and more terrible than a lie, for an excuse is a lie guarded."

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Twoisone View Post
                          From the same:

                          "All new Detention Enforcement Officers are required to complete a rigorous basic training program conducted at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, Georgia, regardless of any prior law enforcement training or experience. The training program lasts for one month. Failure to successfully complete the training program may result in the termination of employment. Incumbent will be required to carry a firearm while performing duties and maintain firearm proficiency."

                          Duties of an IEA:

                          "You will perform or assist with enforcement functions related to the investigation, identification, apprehension, arrest, prosecution, detention and deportation of aliens and criminal aliens, and the apprehension of absconders from removal proceedings. In addition to assisting in the processing and deporting or escorting of aliens to their country of citizenship, you will perform detention responsibilities including, but not limited to, helping assure detainee care (physical, mental and civil rights). You will be required to liaison with other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies."

                          Firearms Requirement of an IEA:

                          "You will be required to carry a firearm while performing duties of this position. Maintaining firearm proficiency is also mandatory. You must satisfactorily complete (or have previously completed) the firearms component of the Detention and Removal Training Program at Glynco, Georgia. Any person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence cannot lawfully possess a firearm or ammunition. If eligible for consideration, you will be required to certify whether they have ever been convicted of such an offense. False or fraudulent information provided is criminally punishable by fine or imprisonment."

                          One of the most glaring differences between an IEA and a BOP CO or DEO is that an IEA will do enforcement. This could mean going into a jail/prison, and interviewing a subject suspected of violating federal immigration law(s) (CAP = Criminal Alien Program). As well, IEAs will respond to other law enforcement agencies who have encountered suspected illegal immigrants during the course of their regular duties (LEAR = Law Enforcement Agency Response), then the IEA may detain them depending upon the outcome of the field interview the IEA will conduct. Further, some IEAs will get assigned to their field office's FUG OPS (Fugitive Operations) team. This entails going to a subject's residence, and assisting other members of the team (Deportation Officers) to serve an administrative warrant of arrest because the subject has either not self-deported themselves out of the U.S., or because the subject did not show up for an Immigration Court appearance.

                          The other difference between an IEA and a BOP CO or DEO, is that an IEA will escort a subject that has been found guilty of violating U.S. immigration laws back to the subject's country of origin, or as close as ICE can get the subject to their country. This could mean flying to Argentina, or China, or the Phillipines. In regards to the other example, it could mean flying the subject to the nearest friendly country, and then putting the subject on a plane destined to their home country.
                          Once I went on the USMS website, I seen the mention of carrying of a weapon. I wonder why isnt it nowhere on the job announcement?
                          God Bless America

                          101st Airborne Division, Rakassans Air Assaultttttttt
                          3rd Infantry Division, 2BCT

                          ICE 1811
                          Applied: 6/22/09
                          Exam: 7/24/2009
                          SI/WA: 3/2/2010
                          The Call: October 26, 2010
                          PRESIDIO BOUND!!!!!!!!!!

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                          • #43
                            DEO's carry and qualify on the same exact weapon that Deputies do.
                            Abraham Lincoln:Nowhere in the world is presented a government of so much liberty and equality. To the humblest and poorest amongst us are held out the highest privileges and positions. The present moment finds me at the White House, yet there is as good a chance for your children as there was for my father's.
                            --August 31, 1864 Speech to 148th Ohio Regiment

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by jlac20 View Post
                              Once I went on the USMS website, I seen the mention of carrying of a weapon. I wonder why isnt it nowhere on the job announcement?
                              Everything that I posted about the DEO position was from the most current announcement in USAJOBS.
                              sigpicTwo is one,
                              one is none.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Twoisone View Post
                                Everything that I posted about the DEO position was from the most current announcement in USAJOBS.
                                You right, how did I over look that, I dont know if I stopped looking under duties and didnt go to qualifications. Also are weapons issued to each DEO to carry 24/7 or is it like the BOP only when you're out escorting an inmate? One more thing is that, maybe my eyes are playing tricks on me, but according to the announcement, there is no promotion potential.
                                God Bless America

                                101st Airborne Division, Rakassans Air Assaultttttttt
                                3rd Infantry Division, 2BCT

                                ICE 1811
                                Applied: 6/22/09
                                Exam: 7/24/2009
                                SI/WA: 3/2/2010
                                The Call: October 26, 2010
                                PRESIDIO BOUND!!!!!!!!!!

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