Incident Report and Loss of Jurisdiction Question


#1

Our daughter was terminated from her previous company for "Violations of Company Policy" on 13Dec2013. In JPAS, her account reads, "Pending Research Eligibility Requested 2014 09 25 from [her new company wanting to hire her].

The other comments read, "Incident Report Adjudication of NACLC OPM, Opened 2009 09 01, Closed 2009 09 28, determined Eligibility of Loss of Jurisdiction on 2013 12 19 DOD CAF"
"PSI Adjudication of NACLC OPM, Opened 2009 09 01, Closed 2009 09 28, determined Eligibility of Secret on 2009 10 31 DISCO"

She was released but as I understand the process, when the Incident Report (IR) occurs at the same time you’re “separated” in JPAS, the CAF cannot review the Incident Report or take any other action, and a Loss of Jurisdiction is entered into your JPAS record. The Loss of Jurisdiction and the unresolved IR remains in the JPAS record, and your name is flagged in red letters. Her name is not identified in RED LETTERS but remain in BLACK, does this mean anything? Also, via a friend in the security field, we understand that there is no negative info in the IR but cannot get a copy to confirm or deny.
What would be your recommended course of action in helping our daughter get her clearance "reinstated" or "activated" or whatever the term is for her new company to obtain her, is it the submission of the SF86 and/or RRU? Please help......


#2

The first question here is why you are involved in your daughter's security clearance process and how is it that you know so much about the status of it. The company for whom she is working for has a security officer who is probably doing whatever can be done to get it resolved. It sounds like there are issues that still need to be resolved regarding the reasons for her employment termination which have to be reviewed by an adjudicator.