Special Agents are sworn peace officers assigned to the Division of Criminal Investigation who are involved in the monitoring, collection, investigation, and analyzing of various types of criminal activity, including drug trafficking organizations, homicides, sexual assaults, internet crimes against children, bribery, official misconduct, federal firearms violations, kidnapping, embezzlement, interdictions, as well as a multitude of politically sensitive cases and other high-level crimes. Agents work closely with local, state, and federal agencies and assist in protecting Wyoming citizens, their property, and the local, state, and federal government.
$28.41 – $36.61 Hourly
• Conducts and leads complex, high-level investigations pertaining to varying criminal violations
• Routinely gather and disseminate criminal intelligence and other information both in Wyoming and other states and at local, state, and federal levels.
• Coordinate and communicate with local, county, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, as well as state and federal prosecutors
• Prosecute investigations in both state and federal courts
• Locate and interview clients, victims, and other witnesses in the gathering and development of intelligence.
• Perform undercover purchases that require the use of state buy funds
• Knowledge of processes of state government including legislative and administrative processes and the guiding principles underlying these processes
• Knowledge of federal and state laws pertaining to criminal history information
• Skill in the use of firearms
• Skill in the use of law enforcement and surveillance equipment necessary to perform the functions of the position
• Skill in oral and written communications
• Ability to manage multiple tasks
• Ability to handle stressful situations
• Ability to speak to large groups of people, the press, law enforcement administrators, local, state, and federal officials, elected and other government officials, and the legislature
• Ability to promote and enhance coordination, cooperation, and communication among law enforcement agencies
• Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of work
Bachelor's Degree (typically in Criminal Justice)
1-2 years of progressive work experience in Criminal Investigation
NOTE: Attorney General's Office mandatorily requires applicants shall have at least five (5) years of experience in law enforcement, including the detection and investigation of criminal activities
Education & Experience Substitution:
4-6 years of progressive work experience in Criminal Investigation
NOTE: Attorney General's Office mandatorily requires applicants shall have at least five (5) years of experience in law enforcement, including the detection and investigation of criminal activities.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
**Applicants must be P.O.S.T. certified or become P.O.S.T. certified in the State of Wyoming within one year of employment.
**Applicants must have the ability to be Clandestine Laboratory Certified by OSHA.
**Applicants must have a valid Class C Driver's License