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DCII Appeal Process

Resources

‚ÄčAn individual or representative of a business entity who believes he/she, or the business entity represented, was wrongly titled or indexed in the Defense Central Index of Investigations (DCII) may appeal to obtain a review of the decision. The request for a review must be in writing and addressed to:


Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Attn: Code 00L
27130 Telegraph Road
Quantico, VA 22134


The requestor must provide an explanation or documentation that establishes the entry was made due to a mistaken identity or provide a reason(s) why he/she believes that at the time of titling, no credible information existed to indicate that the individual or business committed a crime for which they were titled.

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NCIS AT A GLANCE

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WHO WE ARE

NCIS is a civilian law enforcement agency with a mission focus to investigate and defeat threats to the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.

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WHAT WE DO

Our strategic goals are and will remain consistent: prevent terrorism, protect secrets and reduce crime.

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LOCATIONS

NCIS operates from 18 field offices and 191 satellite sites including offices in 41 foreign countries and every Navy aircraft carrier.

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LEADERSHIP

NCIS Director Andrew Traver reports directly to the Secretary of the Navy. This alignment ensures a close relationship with the uniformed Naval services and a valuable objectivity.

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PARTNERSHIPS

Our mission requires dynamic partnerships with the DON and with other law enforcement organizations locally and globally.

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CAREERS

Our most valuable resource is our highly skilled, diverse, and agile workforce. Join the NCIS family of Special Agents, analysts, and professional staff.