Hello! Im new here,
I just recently passed an interview for the Department of the Army Security Guard position (civilian). It requires a secret clearance, so a BI will be conducted of course. I have a dismissed record, from when I was in high school back in 2016. The record was a felony, it was a very dumb situation of mine, where (Ill shorten for you all) my friend and I technically made a bomb threat prank call to our high school (mostly him, but I was still involved) yeah yeah, Ik, very dumb situation. Anyways, we were arrested by a detective, and didn’t even go to juvie, they took us straight home to our parents. We started going to court, the detective took my phone four about 7 months. We went to court for a year, at the end, we came out satisfactory on all probation. This included: Doing community service, grades, and other things I currently can’t remember. The case was dismissed, the judge mentioned it was “deemed to had never happened” and that was it, the file that I have on me says it itself. In this case, should I still mention this to my background investigator??? I mean, a dismissal means that I was never even convicted correct? Not just that, but I did a FBI live scan on myself and they couldn’t even find the record, there is nothing on my background. Should I??
Thank you very much in advanced!