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  • SAs share forensic science expertise with Georgian MPs

    SAs Emily Leggett and Michael Buckley, Forensic Science consultants at the 4th Field Investigations Squadron in Vogelweh Cantonment, Germany, recently participated in a crime scene exchange with the Georgian Military Police (MP) during a two-day event filled with hands-on exercises.

  • SAs uncover assault allegations, Airman jailed 3 years

    An Air Force technical sergeant will serve three years in prison for abusing a child, following an investigation into unresolved allegations OSI Special Agents from Det. 807 at Schriever SFB, Colo., wouldn’t let fade away while conducting routine record checks of space capability.

  • Therapy dog brings natural skillset to OSI mission

    Office of Special Investigations Detachment 439, at the United States Air Force Academy, now sports a member of its team that delivers valuable, tangible support without saying a word. Enter Oliver, a five-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever, owned by SA Nicole Sawicki, SEL of Det. 439.

  • Airman pleads guilty to drug offenses, jailed 3 months

    Following a Special Court-Martial conducted Oct. 4, 2022, an Airman stationed at Dyess AFB, Texas, pleaded guilty to drug possession and use, according to court records. JBET, SF and OSI conduct joint interviews of drug abuse suspects. OSI focuses on distribution and manufacturing.

  • Special agents, investigators share forensic skills at JBSA

    When crimes occur on Joint Base San Antonio, multiple law enforcement and investigative agencies stand ready on a regular basis during incidents and for specialized training sessions, like the one held at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Oct. 21, 2022, hosted by OSI Detachment 404.

  • One team, one fight: Top OSI, SF leaders exchange credentials

    The top two Air Force law enforcement officers traded badges during an honorary credential exchange ceremony Oct. 24, 2022, at the Russell-Knox Building in Quantico, Virginia, underscoring their agencies' mutual respect and cooperation. The leaders also exchanged challenge coins.

  • AFSIA marks 20 years at FLETC

    Twenty years ago, on Oct. 1, 2002, the Air Force Special Investigations Academy began operations at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, in Glynco, Georgia. The history of the academy dates back to Jan. 24, 1949, at the District of Columbia National Guard Armory.

  • Legacy leaders rekindle memories, look to future at reunion

    Fourteen former OSI leaders gathered at its headquarters in Quantico, Va, Oct. 12, 2022, to celebrate the command’s history and point toward its future. The reunion rekindled memories, discussed the agency’s current mission, and how the agency has adapted over the years. 

  • Southern California LE symposium keys on awareness

    OSI Det.111, joined local partners to conduct a law enforcement symposium attended by over 100 LE professionals at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., Sept. 15, 2022. The inaugural event addressed felony-level issues, along with other crimes that impact national security.