LOJ with Incident Report


#1

This is directed at investigators. I have had a TS/SCI since 02/2010. In May 2012 I was let got from a contract in Afghanistan for violation of General Order #1 (possession of alcohol). One month after I left the company I worked for (L-3 Stratis) and incident report was entered in JPAS along with a Loss of Jurisdiction. I have spent the past two years trying to get this cleared up and have run into a Catch-22 in that DSS said it could be cleared up if someone took jurisdiction and submitted and RRU but....no one will hire you it seems until the incident is cleared.

Any guidance? I am due for a PRI next year and this has effectively kept me from my profession.


#2

Let me know what you find out or what you did because I'm currently going through the same thing.


#3

Brother I never did get it fixed. It is a true Catch-22 and there is no easy solution. I was considering enlisting in the National Guard but I really didn't want to go back in uniform. Basically you will have to find a company to hire you for a position that doesn't require a clearance then apply for a clearance on your behalf. Best of luck. MY email is d[email protected]


#4

Are you saying the company fired you for violating the rules, submitted a letter of the incident (as required) and then removed their sponsorship for your clearance when you departed (as required). You are free to apply for any position requiring a clearance and in that SF86 and subsequent investigation, make sure you relay the entire story. Having a negative incident report doesn't' disqualify you from a clearance. I would expect them to see it...ask questions about it...and if it is long past, youthful indiscretion...no evidence of abuse problem,..and it isn't downplayed...I see no issue. 4-5 years past...is a long time for a one of incident. If you are saying you received a statement of reason and had a revocation...normally they explain the appeal process and use boilerplate information to say you cannot reapply for one year. That NEVER means you simply get a clearance back, only that you are free to reapply.