Does intelligence community follow the directive to report any federal crime?

Hi all. I just want to know if in practice this directive is followed. My understanding from the directive is that any admittance of a federal criminal law should be reported to DOJ. Any state, local or tribal felony should be reported to DOJ. There is even some language that suggests any violation of federal law (not just criminal) should be reported.

If it isn’t followed in practice, what is the reason for the discrepancy between policy and practice?

Most polygraph facilities have a jail cell and courtroom nearby; some have a gallows as well.



I just walked out from there after 5 years with No clearance denial , SOR or offer

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Are you really asking why a policy/ law isn’t black and white? Were you born yesterday…?