FBI

BY: Angel Rogers

Who was the first person to become an FBI Agent?

Stanley W. Finch was the first man to become an FBI agent. He was born August 20, 1872. He joined in 1912.

What does FBI stand for?

FBI stands for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

What jobs can you get in the F.B.I.?

You can study crime detection, evidence, constitutional and criminal law, and methods of investigation. They also learn self-defense and how to use guns.

What do you have to be or do to become an FBI agent?

Requirements

~Must be U.S. citizens.

~Must be between 23 and 37 years old

~Must be in excellent physical condition.

~Must also have a college degree.

Who made up this group?

Attorney General Charles J. Bonaparte made up the FBI.

Bibliography

worldbookonline.com

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)


galegroup.com

FBI and CIA Interference


http://www.fbi.gov

Stanley W. Finch