The FBI has around 14,000 Special Agents and throughout their history their murder rate is .008%.
There are around 778,000 police officers in the U.S. and their average murder rate is the same as the CIA’s at .02%. That’s two tenths of one percent.
Every death is tragic, I just posted this to get across the point that unlike what we see on television, careers in these three agencies are relatively safe. I use the word "relatively" because people who are in law enforcement have a 400% greater chance of being murdered than an average U.S. citizen who has a .005% chance of being killed.
By the way, we rank 65th in the world when it comes to murder rates and if it weren’t for the murders associated with drugs and gangs, we’d be one of the safest places in the world to live. The five most dangerous countries are El Salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Guatemala, and Venezuela; thus the high number of illegals trying to flood our country from these places. The safest places to live are Monaco, Iceland, Singapore, Morocco, and Burkina (West Africa).