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  • Senior enlisted trio mentor, develop members

    A trio of Office of Special Investigations senior enlisted leaders, shared their insights during the latest in a series of “2 Seniors and a Chief” sessions aimed at addressing issues of concern to OSI enlisted personnel in the Joint Base San Antonio area.

  • New program at ‘Schoolhouse’ honors top instructors

    A new program at the Office of Special Investigations Academy, also known as the ‘Schoolhouse,’ recognizes their top instructors. The OSI recognition is evaluated based on three factors: experience, instructor performance and professional development.

  • OSI case lands sex abuser a decade in prison

    An investigation led by the Office of Special Investigations Detachment 814 closed March 17, 2022, ending with a sex abuser being sentenced to 10 years and a month behind bars, for sexually abusing the survivor who was physically incapable of declining or her unwillingness to participate.

  • NCO convicted, sentenced for multiple criminal offenses

    An investigation led by Office of Special Investigations Detachment 204 resulted in a Department of the Air Force NCO pleading guilty to a litany of criminal offenses in a general court-martial here, Feb. 2, 2022.

  • SA impresses inaugural women’s conference

    Special Agent Brittany Swift, Commander, Office of Special Investigations Detachment 204, Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., delivered an impactful speech at the inaugural Bellevue Police Department Breaking Down Barriers Women’s Conference in Bellevue, Neb., March 14, 2022. 

  • Wellness Summit strengthens Fiji partnership

    One of the common threads shared by law enforcement organizations worldwide is how stressful their job can be. The OSI Law Enforcement Wellness Summit in Nadi, Fiji, gave Fiji Police leadership the tools to build law enforcement mental health resilience.

  • DC3 leader retires, starts next professional chapter

    DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3) Executive Director Jeffrey Specht, is officially retiring after more than three years of leading and directing DC3 in support of DoD and the U.S. Intelligence Community at large. He has a combined 27 years of civil service with DC3 and Office of Special Investigations

  • USSF top enlisted leader visits OSI HQ

    The Space Force’s top enlisted Guardian visited the Russell Knox Building March 8, for an in-depth look at how the Office of Special Investigations operates. Chief Master Sgt. of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman, said the visit gave him a better understanding of how special agents work day-to-day.

  • Cyber-fraud case settlement nearly $1M

    The Office of Special Investigations helped settle a cyber-fraud case that is the first of its kind, following a new Department of Justice initiative. Comprehensive Health Services (CHS) agreed to pay $930,000 to resolve violations of the False Claims Act for inaccurately reporting to the State

  • OSI teammates thwart murder attempt

    The Office of Special Investigations is praising two of its members for intervening during a domestic abuse incident ending in a man charged with attempted murder and a woman clinging to life. In a twist of fate, Special Agent Michael Robinette and Staff Sgt. Phillip Sibold, then-assigned to OSI