Permanently Disqualifying Fitness Determination Standards
Listed below are specific conditions or offenses considered prejudicial to the good order, discipline and morale of the installation that may not be waived by the CO or designated representative:
· National Sex Offender Registry.
· Foreign Fugitive File.
· Known or Appropriately Suspected Terrorist (KST) File.
· Wanted Persons File.
· Violent Person File
· Subject to a felony want or warrant, regardless of offense.
· Currently on trial for any felony offense.
· Terrorism-related disqualifying conditions.
· Barment. It may be a disqualifying condition if an individual is currently barred from another DoD or federal installation or facility.
· A claimed identity that cannot be verified based on the reasonable belief that the person submitted fraudulent identity information in the attempt to gain access.
· Optional criteria. Depending on the specific characteristics of an installation, it may be a disqualifying criteria for an individual to not be a United States citizen or to not hold an active security clearance of a particular level.
Disqualifying Fitness Determination Standards
(May be waived by Installation Commanding Officer)
· Felony Convictions **other than Rape, Child Molestation, Trafficking in Humans, Espionage, Sabotage, Treason or Terrorism** within the past ten years with the exception of those registered in the NSOR Database, or two or more misdemeanors in the past three years.
Lifetime Disqualifying Criminal Convictions
· Military desertion
· Homicide other than negligent
· Vehicular manslaughter
· Sexual assault or rape
· Armed robbery
· Aggravated assault with a gun or weapon, or on a law enforcement officer
· Child molestation
· Sexual exploitation
· Firearms or explosives other than threats
· Persons released from prison or on probation within five years after a felony conviction.
· Registered in the NSOR Database. To the maximum extent permitted by law, unless waived by competent authority, sex offenders are to be identified and prohibited from accessing Navy facilities.
Felony convictions more than ten years old, except for those identified above, do not require a waiver, with the exception of those registered in the NSOR Database, but may be flagged/found unfavorable based on an individual’s entire criminal history.