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  • CoffeeCups
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    You can bring a watch. It’s required actually while you’re in business attire and then uniform. You just can’t wear it during physical/defensive training which includes running.

    business attire/uniform = yes

    sweats = no

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  • gkov
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    there's always gonna be 1

  • Oneforall
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    Originally posted by Rat95 View Post

    I can't stress this enough
    Thank you. I'm not even going to bring my watch with me.

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  • Oneforall
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    Originally posted by CoffeeCups View Post
    No watches during runs. Unless you want to watch your classmates get smoked with push-ups and planking forever while you stand and watch.
    Thank you I won't even bring one. I'm not taking that chance. I definitely am not trying to be that guy at all.

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  • Rat95
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    Originally posted by CoffeeCups View Post
    No watches during runs. Unless you want to watch your classmates get smoked with push-ups and planking forever while you stand and watch.
    I can't stress this enough

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  • CoffeeCups
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    No watches during runs. Unless you want to watch your classmates get smoked with push-ups and planking forever while you stand and watch.

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  • CoffeeCups
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    Originally posted by Oneforall View Post
    Good afternoon, I have a question for those who live and work upstate. I currently live in the city. Pending I pass the academy I would be moving upstate. I was told to look into the districts to live pending I pass. Does anyone have any recommendations? I found district 8 is the worst for crime and education. The other districts seem alright any input would be appreciated.

    I also would like to know if I can wear a watch during my runs to track my time. Thank you to those who respond back to me in advance.

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  • ThisGuyDrew
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    Originally posted by soon2retire View Post
    Pros are it’s 9-5 M-F for most officers and safer as far as Courthouses are a somewhat controlled environment. Main con is the pension sucks. New hires are Tier 6 and have to work to age 63. Maybe now that Cuomigula is gone maybe that will be fixed in the future, but that’s where it stands right now.
    Thanks for that. Yea that extra retirement time already feels long haha. I’ll keep that in mind and figure this out. Thanks!

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  • soon2retire
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    Originally posted by Bidstar View Post

    I don’t think 25 and out will happen. We had 30/55, which the father gave us and the son took away. Worked out good for me. Getting that back would be nice. hope the new lady in charge give the retirement court officers deserve, even 25 and out is better than that current atrocious retirement plan.
    Last edited by soon2retire; 09-02-2021, 07:25 AM.

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  • Bidstar
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    Originally posted by soon2retire View Post
    Pros are it’s 9-5 M-F for most officers and safer as far as Courthouses are a somewhat controlled environment. Main con is the pension sucks. New hires are Tier 6 and have to work to age 63. Maybe now that Cuomigula is gone maybe that will be fixed in the future, but that’s where it stands right now.
    I really hope the new lady in charge give the retirement court officers deserve, even 25 and out is better than that current atrocious retirement plan.

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  • soon2retire
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    Pros are it’s 9-5 M-F for most officers and safer as far as Courthouses are a somewhat controlled environment. Main con is the pension sucks. New hires are Tier 6 and have to work to age 63. Maybe now that Cuomigula is gone maybe that will be fixed in the future, but that’s where it stands right now.
    Originally posted by ThisGuyDrew View Post
    Can someone list the pro's and cons for taking this job over NYPD position? Trying to figure out which job is better to take

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  • ThisGuyDrew
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    Can someone list the pro's and cons for taking this job over NYPD position? Trying to figure out which job is better to take

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  • Oneforall
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    Originally posted by Believe View Post
    Hello everyone. Just received my email to sign up for the upcoming exam. Does anyone know which district I would be called for faster, the 9th judicial or New York City? Thanks in advanced for any help.
    Definitely upstate. I switched mines from NYC to upstate and they called me to begin processing a month later. It went pretty fast after that then COVID hit. I was on NYC wait list for almost 5 years

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  • Oneforall
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    Originally posted by NysSaltyCourtO View Post
    The 5th JD is probably the best when it comes to that. We have people that transferred from the city here and long island. They seem to love it.
    Thank you for your reply. I’m trying to make sure I choose the best area for my family. Something nice with good schools. I’ve been looking at the 3rd 4th 5th. I’ll put more effort into looking into the 5th.

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  • NysSaltyCourtO
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    Upstate!!!

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