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chuckdhuff:
First hand knowledge of an individual that served time for a vehicular manslaughter charge that is now an in-house employee. Was hired on approximately 3 years after probation ended. [coffee]

Marlin:
Frequently Asked Questions About Access Authorization

I have a DUI/felony/drug arrest or conviction on my record. Will this prevent me from getting access authorization from a nuclear power plant? What if the offense was five years or more ago?
The fact that you have a criminal conviction on your record does not alone prevent you from obtaining access authorization to a nuclear power plant. There are no specific criminal offenses that are disqualifying. However, licensees may not deny unescorted access solely on an arrest that is more than one year old and for which there is no information about the disposition of the case. Similarly, the final determination on access authorization cannot be based on an arrest that ended in a dismissal or an acquittal. But your criminal history information will be considered by the licensee along with all of the other information obtained during the criminal investigation when making a final determination about whether or not to grant you unescorted access to a nuclear power plant. The final determination of trustworthiness and reliability is based on reviewing and evaluating the background investigation, psychological assessment and drug and alcohol test.

http://www.nrc.gov/reactors/operating/ops-experience/access-authorization/faq.html#q3

MMM:
Regardless of anything else, I would be prepared for the question, "Why should we hire you if you're going to attack someone one watch?"

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