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EPA Special Agents

Advancement Prospects

With a few years of experience and a proven track record, EPA special agents can advance to become assistant special agent in charge. The next step up is special agent in charge, where they are responsible for supervising agents and staff, and managing criminal investigation programs in multi-jurisdictions and across multiple regions. Special agents may also be able to move into different departments within the EPA.

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