Special Agents are classified as certified Georgia Peace Officers and they enforce the criminal laws of the State of Georgia. Specifically, Special Agents investigate criminal activities, conduct crime scene searches, interview and interrogate persons in connection with criminal cases being investigated, prepare detailed investigative reports, assist in prosecution of cases, testify in court, recover stolen property, gather information for the identification of persons and criminal intelligence, apprehend wanted persons and perform other related law enforcement duties.
Georgia Bureau of Investigation Assistant Special Agents in Charge (ASAC) supervise 12 Multi-jurisdictional Drug Task Forces around the state. A number of these Multi-jurisdictional Drug Task Forces employ Task Force Agents.
Narcotics Agents are undercover investigators of the GBI Investigative Division
and are certified peace officers. Narcotics Agents are assigned with an experienced
partner to conduct an undercover drug investigation in a city or county.