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  • Hughnvm
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    I’m confused lol because majority of them are vets. And they like me because I’m one too....

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  • MadDog2020
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    Attacking a candidate for being a veteran during the hiring process, using a person's family's actions against them etc...

  • boconnor
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    Originally posted by MadDog2020 View Post
    It looks like SOME of the UNETHICAL hiring practices of some members of the NYSP are truly coming to fruition..
    Care to elaborate what you mean by unethical?

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  • far1993
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    Are you referring to an article or something? I don't understand the context of this statement

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  • jaguarshark
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    That's because retirements still outpace new hires. That still doesn't mean they're not hiring a lot.

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  • jaguarshark
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    Over 2,100 (give or take) troopers have been hired since the freeze ended in 2012. That's the overwhelming majority of the road force. Personally I wouldn't consider that a "state of decline" in hiring.

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  • far1993
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    It is still DIFFERENT circumstances, sure it's likely worse than the 2008 freeze that everyone keeps comparing this to, but that's the funny thing about government - it makes no sense sometimes.

    For example I'm currently employed by my county's police department and during the 2008 recession we had our paychecks lagged, promotions delayed for years, and a hiring freeze on top of all of that. Currently in today's pandemic which is worse than the 2008 recession - we have NONE of those same problems. We're still getting new hires, still getting our step raises, and we're still getting promotions.

    This is a different set of circumstances compared to 2008, is it worse? Probably but the response is completely different. There's no need at all to fear monger. Were frozen now and it will end when it ends. Stop speculating the worst - hope for the best - and WAIT!
    Last edited by far1993; 09-13-2020, 03:49 PM.

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  • ascaldwell
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    Oh I wholeheartedly agree. That's probably the least of our worries right now. There's a reason that there is an ammo shortage.
    Last edited by ascaldwell; 09-13-2020, 05:06 PM.

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  • ascaldwell
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    When there is money basically lol. Keep in mind that Congress has filibustered any kind of relief bill until after the election (no state bailout anyway). Also, keep in mind that there is no such thing as a budget problem for any government. It is almost always a spending problem.

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