Criminal investigation officer (Hoker plili)

Military investigators for criminal situations are in the Military Police Corps. “Hoker’s” responsibilities include proceedings associated with breaching the Criminal code: thefts, sex-related crimes, drugs consumption and sale, corruption practices, etc. They also directly manage cases, arrest and question individuals involved and who are an accessory, and transfer suspects to the Army Prosecuting Authority. →The training includes a 6-week basic military training, and a 10-week investigator course. →The service in the capacity of a military investigator for criminal issues will further help in case of employment under public authority.Requirements: One should select Mishtara Tzva’ first on the pre-conscription questionnaire (Manila) or inform the Katzin Miyun Medical Profile 64 and below
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Security officers (Meavkhen Bithoni – maavarim)

Security officers are part of the Military Police Corps. "Meavkhen Bithoni" service takes place at border-crossing points and routes between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. The soldiers who serve in this unit tasked with the searching and seizing of cargo, and individuals who threaten the country or citizens’ security either by means of terroristic or criminal nature. →Alongside the 6-week course of basic military training, soldiers take many additional courses such as hand-to-hand combat, psychology, searching for forged documents.Requirements: One should select Mishtara Tzva’ first on the pre-conscription questionnaire (Manila) or inform the Katzin Miyun Medical profile 72 and higher
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Military police corps (Mishtara Tzva’it)

MishtaraZvaitThe sphere of activity of “Mishtara Tzva’it” unit is very wide: soldiers who conduct their duties as military policemen have law enforcement functions, control TZAHAL soldiers’ appearance and their discipline while they are away from the base, they escort arrested people to court, control border-crossing points, catch criminals and a lot more. Moreover, there are traffic accident investigators. (more…)
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Military Investigator (Balash Tzvai)

Military investigators are part of the Military police Corps. The responsibilities of “Balashim” include the following duties: 1. Monitoring and data collection 2. Surveillance 3. Searching properties and suspects 4. Detection and capture of soldiers who are absent without leave 5. Conducting investigations, secretly or publicly (both at civilian sites and military facilities) →The training consists of several stages: a 6-week course of basic military training followed by a range of professional courses, such as a week’s course on work placement at the civilian police or a hand-to-hand combat class at Wingate Sports Institute.The level of secrecy is very high and soldiers are supposed to wear civilian clothes during the period of service. Requirements: One should select Mishtara Tzva’ first on the pre-conscription questionnaire (Manila) or inform the Katzin Miyun Medical Profile 64 and below
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