Certain persons have information that often cannot be disclosed to
investigators under any circumstances.
Which of the following would receive
this type of information?
During an investigation, you have reason to doubt the citizenship and the
lawfulness of the subject's entry into the US.
Where would you find
information about the subject's entry?
Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Bureau of Customs.
Department of State.
What is the accepted procedure regarding CID/MPI cooperation and liaison
with other investigative agencies?
Information of interest to other investigative agencies should not
be reported to them until after it has been completely checked and
The competent investigator should direct all inquiries to other
He should do so through the chief of the agency
All information of interest to federal investigative agencies must
be channeled through the local FBI office.
Coordination and cooperation with other investigative agencies is
necessary to establish jurisdiction.
It is necessary to aid
An Army investigator has need for information from a federal agency that
does not have a resident office near his location. Since personal contact is
not possible, where should his request for information be sent?
Federal agency's headquarters in Washington.
Nearest resident office of the agency.
Closest CID units near a resident office of the agency concerned.
What is the status of the identity of a confidential source during a trial
Privileged against disclosure and cannot be compelled by the court.
Identity will be disclosed to the court if the special agent based
his investigation on information supplied by the source.
Identity can be compelled by the court if the source's testimony has
a direct bearing on the guilt or innocence of the accused.
Cannot be compelled by the court during open session.