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Army Counterintelligence

  • About
  • Contact & Incident Reporting Information
  • Threat Awareness and Reporting Program

The Army Counterintelligence role is essentially defensive in nature and designed to introduce military, civilian and contractor personnel to the threats both inside and outside the wire.

  • Detection and identification of the insider threat.
  • Conduct aggressive, comprehensive and coordinated counterintelligence (CI) investigations throughout the region.
  • Provide covering agent assistance for improving or sustaining FP and security programs.
  • Provide local CI threat assessments
  • Provide Defensive CI briefings
  • Provide country specific CI briefings
  • Provide Cyber CI assistance

Contact Information

Special Agent-in-Charge (SAIC)
(808) 787-6936

Operations Officer
(808) 787-6944

Incident Reporting Information

Main CI Office
(808) 787-6937

Duty Agent Phone (24 hours)
808-954-5567

The Army G-2 recently implemented a reporting system called iSalute that allows all Soldiers and civilians to report suspicious incidents. View the system online at https://www.inscom.army.mil/isalute/ or on Army Knowledge Online (requires login) under the Selected Links section.

To report CI related information from anywhere call: 1-800-CALL-SPY (800-225-5779).

Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP) and Army Insider Threat training is held in accordance with Army Regulation 381-12, and is a regulatory requirement that each Soldier, Department of the Army civilian and contractor receive this training, annually.

TARP is referred to as the "eyes and ears" of the Army and discuss that failure to report the insider threat, can cause loss of life or degradation of resources, capabilities, and even compromise the ability of an organization to accomplish its mission.

Locally, TARP holds classes several times a month. Review the TARP Request Form. The sessions are open to all Soldiers and civilians with information that follows:

Fort Shafter, Richardson Theater, First Monday of Every Month at 1300 hours. Schofield Barracks, Small Post Conference Room (across the street from the theater), Third Monday of Every Month at 1300 hours.

For any groups of over 100, please make reservations at (808) 787-6937.

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