Asking a question of people who are more versed than me in FBI background checks.
I've just received a job offer in finance—perfect job for me!—and am now being asked to complete a pro forma FBI background check. I'm wondering if the following incident will show up and if so, whether it would be problematic:
In 2019, I was enrolled in a STEM program at an Ivy League school (not mentioning this for clout but to indicate level of pressure), enrolled in several Ph.D.-level courses, doing research with a professor, and teaching an undergraduate course. The stress was incredible; there were many other non-professional stressors as well. In the end, the constant, overwhelming stress (in addition to diagnosed M.D.D.) led me to some bizarre, nonviolent behavior with my roommate. My roommate became concerned and called the police, who he believed would take me to the hospital for the night. At some point, I tried to push a police officer, who was blocking my exit, out of the way so that I could leave; they promptly tackled me to the ground, handcuffed me, and drove me to the hospital. I was not charged with any offense. I had no mental health issues (besides M.D.D.) before this and have had none since.
I'm assuming there must be some kind of paperwork somewhere about this event; would it appear in an FBI background check? If so, is this something I could explain?