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  • ctiger3
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    Chainsaw: if youre serious about the NYPD and you cant reschedule then I would take off from work..this is going to be your career. Although, if you want to try and reschedule try calling 718-972-7376 x7344...they should be able to take care of your scheduling issues. Sorry it took so long to reply, good luck with everything.

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  • gbotj
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    Its not a raise you are working for what you get!!!!!

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  • Chainsaw_chew
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    Originally posted by Joeyd6 View Post
    Yep!

    1 month of extra work essentially = $3000 a month.

    50 more shifts (5 a week) = 10 week is 2 and a half months.

    2.5 months x $3000 = $7500 saved by city!!!

    But they give you $10,000, so subtract that cost = $2,500 raise for rookies!

    Then lets not forget that you have to use a vacation day to qualify at the range. So $3,000 a month, which you work 160 hours = $18.75 an hour. That vacation day at the range costs you about $150.

    So that $10,000 raise is now really a $2,350 raise!

    Whose smiling now????

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  • Chainsaw_chew
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    Blah never mind.... I'm not excited about the raise anymore....
    They took away 10 vacation days from everyone new on board now. So that just leaves the NYPD with 10 vacation days a year... that just really sucks... :-(

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  • Swoop16
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    The raise came just in time for all those going into the July class

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  • STXHammer
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    YAAAAYYYY for PAY RAISE. Well Deserved

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  • Chainsaw_chew
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    PPPPPPPPPAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYY RAISE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    http://www.wnbc.com/news/16332400/de...l?dl=mainclick

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  • John2008
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    Originally posted by Chainsaw_chew View Post
    I heard they release copies to everyone. PAPD wants originals, thats where the problem is. I don't see how a federal agency will have a hard time getting records from NYPD. It's tough when you hear different things.

    Thanks for the current updates Bigwill.
    I have a family member processing for NCPD, he works for the NYPD(3years) and the NYPD didn't release his records because they don't release the records to any other PD or employer. His BI just told him not to worry about it since he can't do anything about it.

    http://www.nycpba.org/publications/m...spring/aj.html

    The NYPD policy, Murray added, caused the officers “true irreparable harm” not just because they were being denied the PA positions but because they “also are foreclosed from obtaining any police position in any law enforcement agency or bureau that requires a complete background check through examination of personnel files”
    Last edited by John2008; 05-18-2008, 04:02 PM.

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  • gbotj
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    bigwill, who are you speaking to?????

    Maybe you should check out the lasik eye surgery thread. Thats NOT an NYPD car
    Last edited by gbotj; 05-18-2008, 05:28 PM.

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  • BigWill2876
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    Fairbanks Alaska

    Sounds like you may enjoy Fairbanks Alaska PD rather than NYPD (despite your NYPD car photo).
    You get that nice "clean" air, just don't enhale or you may freeze a lung.
    You get to take a car home, but don't forget to keep a shovel and survival gear in the trunk in case you get caught is a snow drift for a month.
    You can retire into the woods and NOBODY will ever find you to cash your retirement checks.
    Great food, is blubber better raw or fried ?

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  • gbotj
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    5. NYC has more after retirement on the job...jobs than any other city.
    6. Getting married, your Fiance/Wife (prekids) has more high paying jobs available in NYC than anywhere else.
    7. Mass transportation grid allows you to function without a car...very green.
    8. The most culture diverse city in USA. Want to eat Thai, no problem. Sushi, a snap. Steak, too many to mention.

    5. Good because after you retire you will NEED another job, my fortune tells
    me security work.
    6. They better get high paying jobs to make up for $59k in NYC or Long Island
    7. Not bad, but nothing beats having a vehicle that you can control and do
    not have to worry about stops or waiting for the train.
    8. Yeah, go eat in a "diverse" joint in bed stuy. I'm sure you will find the food
    quite tastey.

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  • Chainsaw_chew
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    Anyone know how long the Mini Medical takes? Are you there all day like the first medical? Got my oral psych next week and still gotta schedule the JST. Its tough to do all of these things when you work.

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  • Chainsaw_chew
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    Originally posted by John2008 View Post
    NYPD doesn't release personnel records to any other PD or employer, but PAPD is the only agency that has a problem with this.
    I heard they release copies to everyone. PAPD wants originals, thats where the problem is. I don't see how a federal agency will have a hard time getting records from NYPD. It's tough when you hear different things.

    Thanks for the current updates Bigwill.

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  • John2008
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    Originally posted by BigWill2876 View Post
    Current things;


    Since this thread doesn't have a lot of activity and I see some faces from NYSP and other places.

    1. Personnel records from NYPD are currently with held to the Port Authority.
    There is a current law suit to overturn this policy in the courts. I have seen no Federal or other dept that has had the same problem with NYPD policy.
    2. Current rules/procedures within the dept almost insure you will have considerable overtime IF you make criminal arrests.
    3. The size and scope of the NYPD allows you many future assignments in varied areas of LE.
    4. You want a LE job BAD ? NYPD will take you if you are a normal person, with normal records, and normal habits. There is no hiring freeze.
    5. NYC has more after retirement on the job...jobs than any other city.
    6. Getting married, your Fiance/Wife (prekids) has more high paying jobs available in NYC than anywhere else.
    7. Mass transportation grid allows you to function without a car...very green.
    8. The most culture diverse city in USA. Want to eat Thai, no problem. Sushi, a snap. Steak, too many to mention.
    NYPD doesn't release personnel records to any other PD or employer, but PAPD is the only agency that has a problem with this.

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  • BigWill2876
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    Current things;


    Since this thread doesn't have a lot of activity and I see some faces from NYSP and other places.

    1. Personnel records from NYPD are currently with held to the Port Authority.
    There is a current law suit to overturn this policy in the courts. I have seen no Federal or other dept that has had the same problem with NYPD policy.
    2. Current rules/procedures within the dept almost insure you will have considerable overtime IF you make criminal arrests.
    3. The size and scope of the NYPD allows you many future assignments in varied areas of LE.
    4. You want a LE job BAD ? NYPD will take you if you are a normal person, with normal records, and normal habits. There is no hiring freeze.
    5. NYC has more after retirement on the job...jobs than any other city.
    6. Getting married, your Fiance/Wife (prekids) has more high paying jobs available in NYC than anywhere else.
    7. Mass transportation grid allows you to function without a car...very green.
    8. The most culture diverse city in USA. Want to eat Thai, no problem. Sushi, a snap. Steak, too many to mention.

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