Updated 16 Nov 2020
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CID Command's Home Page:  www.cid.army.mil

Like any other law enforcement agency, Army CID Command needs the support of the military and civilian communities to help wage the war against crime which transcends community borders. If you have information concerning a crime committed against the Army, one which may have been committed by a member of the military, or one committed by anyone against a member of the military, you can provide that information in confidence by visiting the following link:  www.cid.army.mil/reportacrime.html 



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