Maybe try becoming an investigator while waiting requisite time to reapply for cop/military work. Local district attorneys or indigent defender boards in your area are good places to apply. (DAs pay more.) They’d appreciate your education and that work would help build your resume for law enforcement if that’s what you want presently.
Above all else, keep an open mind for the future.
If you’re still interested in military, enlisting in military after having previously been accepted to OCS could be a real letdown. But despite that, starting out enlisted and eventually applying to OCS after awhile ought to get you accepted again. Just be careful with the politics with senior enlisteds and keep your plans to yourself. I was advised by a lieutenant commander after I left Navy active duty for the reserves that my Navy OCS application I submitted after serving 2 years enlisted was rejected solely because of a Navy chief’s fitness report on me. I really wanted that life, then, very similar to what you’ve written. ( Probably it was that physical fight we had in the office one day that influenced his writing.) As a result of that door slamming, I became a pretty successful lawyer and I’ve not looked back, though I can remember–and laugh-- having to go to officers’ club at least 4 times on duty watches in those years to drive a really drunk commander home after midnight.