Thank You for Your Interest in the Society!

The SOCIETY OF FORMER SPECIAL AGENTS OF THE FBI, established in 1937, is a fraternal, educational and community-minded organization composed of former FBI Special Agents who served with Fidelity, Bravery and Integrity in defense of America.

THE SOCIETY MISSION is to preserve our shared FBI values; to support the welfare of our members through services, benefits, and career networking; to offer programs of fellowship, education, service, and history; and to promote the FBI and law enforcement/national security communities.

TO JOIN the Society, you must either be a retired, resigned or currently serving Special Agent.

Regular membership is open to men and women who formerly served as Special Agents of the FBI and who served with due fidelity to their oath of office. A Regular member applicant will be accepted into membership following an application review process.
Associate membership is open to current Special Agents of the FBI who are serving with due fidelity to their oath of office. An Associate member applicant will be accepted into membership upon confirmation of employment as an FBI Agent.

NETWORKING  The Society offers some great opportunities for networking.

• Monthly chapter meetings in eight U.S. regions

• Local HR-218 qualification shoots

• Chapter e-mail groups

• Online forums

• Yearly conferences

• Online and printed Membership Directories that are legendary for staying in touch — In addition to locating former Agents listed by specialty and employer, if you join during our membership drive your name and information will be listed in the 2016 edition so others can find you!

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CAREER CENTER  Check out the Society’s new & improved Career Center where you’ll find:

• Job postings specific to your skills and experience

• Immediate notifications of new jobs in your field of interest

• An online Speaker & Instructor Bureau where groups can find you for their special events

• A place to post your resume on the Career Center — and watch what happens!

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS  Each year the Society’s Foundation offers numerous scholarships for the children and grandchildren of its members and deceased members. The scholarships range from $1,000 up to $20,000 annually and are based on both financial-need and merit. The Foundation added 25 additional $2,500 merit-only scholarships just for the children of Agents. The Society provides press releases in local papers and to schools. These scholarships are lucrative and prestigious, and can be a great reference when beginning a career or applying for graduate school.

INSURANCE  Through our trusted partner, the Campbell Group, the Society offers life insurance, long-term care insurance, liability insurance and personal firearms liability insurance. These are member-only policies, available solely to you because the underwriters agree to service our specific group. Compare the specifics of the policies, and we know which you’ll choose!

  We know you want to stay informed about your Society and Bureau friends.

the Grapevine magazine has been a reliable source for news of your friends from the FBI, but did you know it also has features on second careers, financial-investment strategies, insurance decisions, travel opportunities and more?

• The Society Scoop, our biweekly e-newsletter, keeps you informed on timely member news and Society offerings.

• The Washington 411 blog keeps you advised on inside-the-Beltway information that could affect your government health benefits, your annuity or the FBI.

ASSISTANCE Our Foundation quietly and continually offers needed assistance for members, their families and other FBI family members when misfortune strikes. We respond aggressively to natural disasters, helping members both on the ground and with immediate expenses. Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods or fire — the Society will have your back!

LEGAL DEFENSE  Speaking of having your back, an important new member benefit is the Society’s partnership with the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund. This non-profit organization will provide legal defense assistance to members caught up in adverse legal proceedings stemming from their official duties as FBI Agents.

PUBLIC ADVOCACY  Tired of hearing blatant untruths about the FBI? Our Information Committee is tirelessly correcting the record, holding pundits accountable, and advocating for significant law enforcement issues with the media and Congress. It has taken a front-line position for years in efforts to get former Special Agent Bob Levinson returned from Iran, is addressing the cyber-threat to our country and has advocated tirelessly for the FBI budget.

SERVICE  Join with other former Agents in rewarding service opportunities.

• Medal of Honor Leadership Program

• Member Assistance

…And so much more!

SPOUSAL SUPPORT  The Society provides information and support to your spouse as you age and in case you are no longer there to help navigate the myriad of federal benefits. Call the Society and not only will your spouse receive the Retirement Handbook & Guidelines for Survivors, but he or she will be able to talk to someone who can help with this difficult transition. Our new Legacy Partner program is one way to keep spouses included in the Society in all-important ways so that they can continue as part of our FBI Family.



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