Navy Chief Petty Officer Cleared from Assaults, Alcohol Abuse, & Lewd Conduct

MIDDLE ATLANTIC – Active duty Navy Chief Petty Officer denied security clearance based upon Guideline E- Personal Conduct; Guideline G – Alcohol Consumption; and, Guideline J – Criminal Conduct due to: Minor in Possession of Alcohol; Dereliction of Duty; DUI; Assault on Family Member on several occasions; Assault; Disturbing the Peace; Emergency Protective Orders and Violations of Emergency Protective Orders on several occasions; Assault and Battery and Obscene, Vulgar, Profane, Lewd or Indecent Conduct; and, Moving Traffic Violation. After appealing the denial of the clearance by presentation of case through a Personal Appearance before an Administrative Judge from the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA), the Department of the Navy Central Adjudication Facility (DONCAF) Personnel Security Appeals Board (PSAB) found for the Appellant and reinstated his clearance.