Can you work for both FBI and CIA?
no youcan not becase the cia works outside the us and the fbi always is in the us
The CIA works with intelligence and the FBI leads investigations. Officially, FBI cannot work outside of the US and CIA cannot ONLY work outside of the US. Of course, they both break those rules, which is probably actually a good thing.
The FBI and the CIA are both owned by the People Of The United States, so no one owns them. Their both publicagencies.
the FBI is an organistaion that captures murderers and criminals unlike the CIA which consists of spies
NSA better than both.
The CIA was NEVER a part of the FBI
Whether or not the CIA and FBI should be disbanded is up to the government. Both bureaus provide services most ordinary people cannot.
The FBI was created in 1908 as the Bureau of Investigation, then changed to the FBI in 1935. The CIA was created in 1942 as the OSS, then changed into the CIA in 1945.
Cia is different from fbi but fbi is higher than us Marshall
The CIA works to collect information and intelligence from outside the US. And spy. The FBI is the highest level of law enforcement in American. Up until the Patriot Act, the CIA was not allowed to work on US soil and the FBI had no involvement off US soil.
The reason why the two organization cannot be combined is because they serve similar functions but one, the FBI is national, and two, the CIA is international. The FBI deals with national issues and the CIA deals with international issues. They do work together when it is best to do so.
No. People can call the FBI or CIA any time they want. If you have done nothing wrong, the FBI or CIA will do nothing.
FBI - Federal Bureau of Investigation CIA - Central Intelligence Agency
FBI means Federal Bureau of Investigation and CIA means Central Intelligence Agency!
Overview: That's a hard question to answer because we couldn't simply compare the CIA with the FBI. The CIA works mainly as an intelligence gathering force. On the other hand, the FBI is the highest level of law enforcement for the United States. They work on the high profile robberies, corporate frauds, etc. Traditionally the FBI was only allowed to work on US soil, and the CIA could operate anywhere BUT US soil. Since the… Read More
No, they answer to him.
Yes, CIA stands for Central Intelligence Agency and FBI stands for Federal Bureau of Investigation .
They are both important to the US. The FBI deals with the internal security of the US, while the CIA handles the external threats. The CIA just gets more attention because of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, where they are at the tip of the spear alongside our special operations units.
Well it depends on what you are intereseted in. The CIA is more convert information and more secretive work. This is wear spies come into play. The FBI is more like a higher police who go into more dangerous situations, they motly catch small bad guys unlike the CIA who capture terrosits and people like that. Personally I prefer the CIA.
The CIA answers directly to the President whereas the FBI answers to the DOJ. They are each the top of their "area of concern".
FBI - Federal Bureau of Investigation CIA - Central Intelligence Agency NYPD - New York Police Department
Merhaba. No, they only take US citizens. A stupid rule.
Depending on what you do. As a CIA agent, you will be more exposed than an FBI agent. However, a CIA Analyst does not really see any action, an FBI analyst maybe at more risk. - - - - - Easy: FBI. The FBI is the American national police force; they go after very dangerous criminals. The CIA generally sits on its butt in a building with a big fence around it and figures out… Read More
FBI and CIA.
fbi cia ,astronaut
either one is good
no, but you can join the fbi
Its the same insurance because they are both federal law enforcement agencies.
The CIA was not involved into that due to the United States FBI. The CIA is Central Intelegence Agency.
There are no spies in the FBI. The FBI uses Undercover Agents to get evidence on criminals in this country. The agency for spies is the CIA. The CIA sends out agents to work undercover in foreign countries. They are called spies. All undercover work involves using false identities, getting close to the people who have the information you need, getting them to accept you and talk in front of you, and having a safe… Read More
They are not really comparable. The CIA does not enforce any laws, but collects intelligence overseas. There are no circumstances where the CIA can legally arrest you (besides the inspector general arresting CIA employees for, say, stealing money from the CIA). The FBI can arrest people in the US for violating federal laws, and collects intelligence inside the US.
cia becuz they go around the world
FBI, CIA and the police.
The CIA and the FBI are the ones i know
The NSA and FBI can pull the "Federal" jurisdiction card in some cases and take control of an alleged criminal. Technically the CIA has no jurisdiction inside the US.
Tie between the FBI, the CIA & the KKK.
Why is there the FBI and the CIA? Makes about the same amount of sense.
TheFBI and the CIA just don't tend to communicate well with each other... I would say they do NOT.
If you mean the CIA or FBI, neither is better. They have different missions, but often collaborate in areas of common interest.
Assuming you are qualified, apply online at their respective websites.
You have to kill Osama Bin Laden
FBI, NSA, and CIA
Where does an Fbi Work at?
no beacause he/they work for jesus not for the CIA
False - They are FBI agents
FBI, CIA, NSA, ICE, Customs.
FBI CIA IRS
Only in the movies.
angencies---agencies The FBI and CIA are agencies of the US government.
The OSS (office of Strategic Services) was the predecessor organization of the CIA that was formed during WWII. It was disbanded at war's end. but recreated as the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) in 1947 by President Harry Truman. The CIA is charged with gathering foreign intelligence. The FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) is charged with the responsibility of gathering domestic intelligence, and investigating Federal crimes.
The CIA is not law enforcement, and therefore, cannot arrest U.S Citizens. The CIA is strictly an intelligence agency that collects information from foreign nations. If the CIA needed to have an American citizen detained, they would delegate through the FBI.