Question: How much time off do secret service agents get?

Annual leave earned at the rate of 13 to 26 days per year, based on length of employment. Prior federal civilian or military service is credited, as authorized. Sick leave accumulated at the rate of 13 days per year without limit. Paid Federal Holidays.

Do Secret Service agents get time off?

Pay and Work Schedule Sometimes an agent will be 60 days on, then 30 days off. Sometimes much more. Presidential details are likely much more expansive, requiring agents to spend even more time away from home.

How long do Secret Service agents work?

What are the work conditions of a secret service agent? Secret service agents work at various locations all over the world. As a secret service agent, you may be required to travel at a moments notice, be away from your family or home for up to 30 days at a time and work in undesirable locations.

Does the VP get Secret Service for life?

Congress passed legislation (H.R. 5938); the “Former Vice President Protection Act of 2008,” which authorized Secret Service protection for former Vice Presidents, their spouses and their children less than 16 years of age for up to six months after the Vice Presidents term in office has ended.

What weapons do Secret Service carry?

Current weapons Agents and officers are trained on standard shoulder weapons that include the FN P90 submachine gun, the 9mm Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun, and the 12-gauge Remington 870 shotgun.

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