Any feedback will be appreciated. Law enforcement is something Iíve been wanting to do since a began college 3 years ago. I have never done any drugs, I have no traffic violations and never been arrested. My problem is a couple of months ago I was terminated from my part-time job that was on campus. The job was called UPSA which stands for University Police Student Assistant. I was fired for poor performance. This included getting caught talking on a shift, arguing with a coworker which resulted in him getting fired not me and having a complaint against me when I was driving the shuttle. I have worked the job for two years. Iíve had 3 other part-time jobs in the past in which I left on good-standings with. My excuse for when this comes up in my background check was that I was overwhelmed with ROTC training, which is a job since they pay me and my school studies. Next year I will graduate with my bachelors degree and a officers commission in the United States Army as a 2nd Lieutenant. I have a 70 % chance at being sent into the National Guard which will enable me to pursue a carrier in Law Enforcement. My question is will ROTC and my officerís commission compensate for my job termination? And how big of a red flag is this?