72 Hour Rule

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  1. Hutch

    Hutch New Member

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    A friend of mine got her security clearance extended because she hadn't reported that she had been written up for being late to work. I was written up for the exact same thing a couple years ago and didn't bother reporting it because I didn't think it constituted a civil involvement. Is there any consequence for reporting CIs after 72 hours?
     
  2. Zero

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    Pretty sure that that does not constitute a civil involvement, however I do remember that there was a section that asked if you had been disciplined by an employer... You don't report those to your detachment. But a civil involvement such as a parking ticket (non moving violation) should be reported.

    Take a look at this link http://airforcerotc.berkeley.edu/_DOCUMENTS/04_AFROTC Form 35.pdf
     
  3. EDelahanty

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    Report a parking ticket? Shirley you can't be serious!
     
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    It actually is listed as a violation, however my det excused all parking tickets, at orientation originally we were briefed that even parking tickets had to be reported. But anything labeled Civil involvement "should be" reported according to the regs. Technically speaking even a parking ticket is issued by an "officer" and you can appear in court to fight it.
     
  5. derek44

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    I was under the impression AFROTC policies recently changed to where parking tickets are no longer considered Conditional Events. Civil Involvement? Sure.
     
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    They were changed, which is why I said they were changed at my det. But the point is, that is what is considered a type of civil involvement something involving cops/court, not your boss writing you up at work. Two totally different things. But like I said to the OP, there is a section that asks that about discipline in the paperwork.
     
  7. Capt. Ahab

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    We had a girl booted this past year for parking tickets. We've had to report them with the same consequences as a traffic ticket.
     

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