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How is secret service assigned to the president?
Answer The main job of the U.S. Secret Service is to protect the country's currency from counterfeiters. Its agents are all members of the U.S. Treasury De…partment, but are best known for their protection of the president, the vice president and their families. Training is intensive, and only the most highly qualified individuals make the grade. Steps: 1. Understand that you cannot become a Secret Service agent after the age of 37, and that you must be a U.S. citizen. You must have at least 20/40 vision in each eye, and your vision must be correctable to 20/20. 2. Get a bachelor's degree in any major, with electives in areas such as pre-law, criminal justice, law enforcement, police science and criminology. 3. Obtain an application by contacting the U.S. Secret Service office nearest you. Go to the U.S. Secret Service Field Offices Web page (secretservice.gov/field_offices.shtml) for a listing of offices throughout the country. Expect a thorough background investigation after you have submitted your application. 4. Pass a written exam, drug screening and polygraph test. Be prepared for eight weeks of general investigative training if you are accepted. It will be given at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Georgia. 5. Get ready to follow that training with nine weeks of special agent courses and tests in Washington, D.C., including firearms training. 6. Pass all the testing and you will get an assignment in the field, which is just more on-the-job training. If you last a year, you may be recommended as a permanent agent. Tips: Agents can be uniformed or nonuniformed, with varying responsibilities. Become a computer expert; the Secret Service also investigates high-tech crimes.
How many secret service personnel are assigned to ex-presidents of usa. HOW MUCH MONEY DO WE PAY usa EX-PRESIDENTS?
They get 2 trillion a month and get assigned 100 secret secvice people each. They also get their kids to go to president schools like Adams family did and bush.
In 1965, Congress authorized the Secret Service (Public Law 89-186) to protect a former president and his/her spouse during their lifetime, unless they decline protection. In …1997, Congress enacted legislation (Public Law 103-329) that limits Secret Service protection for former presidents to 10 years after leaving office. Under this new law, individuals who are in office before January 1, 1997, will continue to receive Secret Service protection for their lifetime. Individuals elected to office after that time will receive protection for 10 years after leaving office. Therefore, President Clinton will be the last president to receive lifetime protection.
According to the US Secret Service website, the the Secret Service Division was created on July 5, 1865 in Washington, D.C., to suppress counterfeit currency. It wasn't until …1894 that they started unofficial part time security detail for President Cleveland. Since the agency was founded in July of 1865, it must of have been created by President Johnson, who took over the presidency after the death of President Lincoln in April of 1865.
Presidents after clinton get secret service protection for up to ten years after they leave office. Presidents before that who had secret service protection got it for life. C…linton was the last president to get protection for life.
The Secret Service was established by President Lincoln in order tocombat counterfeit (fake) money.
That probably depends on the President and SS agent in question. If they get along well and have something to talk about, I'm sure they exchange a few words from time to time.… But, at the end of the day, the agent is there to do a job and protect the President of the United States with his own life, so I would think there is always a certain level of professionalism between an agent and his protectee.
Yes for six months after leaving office and the President would get 10 years clinton is the last to get prtection for life.
Harry S. Truman "General" was the first president to be assigned a code name by the White House Communications Agency (WHCA). His successor in White House D.D.Eisenhower was k…nown by the code name Providence.
As long as they are the Presidents, they are protected by the Secret Service. The secret service is entrusted with the responsibility of protecting the United States president… at all times.
No. as of 1997, 10 years is standard. Prior to 1997, presidents did receive secret service protection for life unless they chose to opt out of it after leaving office.
as many as it takes
no. is a separate agency from the President's Office