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  • Originally posted by GMENlanguage80 View Post
    I just had my psych on Tuesday. I was nervous as all hell. I'm messed on a few work dates when the dr asked me. She also said that it was my last chance at being honest. She then said clean slate. I told her I'm surely not trying to be dishonest. I just didn't remember because they were so long ago. And during the written psych answered some questions that were completely false. I explained that was a error and that they were false. I went to a psychologist or psychiatrist I can't remember with it was. I went due to my grandmother dying and my ex fiancé suggesting I go. I was very close to her. I went to one session and never went back. The dr wants notes from the session I went too. Am I psych review of something? Did I screw my chances up?

    Yes, you are most likely headed into review and possible psych disqualification.
    Honesty is a big thing with them.

    See post #1537

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    • The NYPD psych department needs to change. They have ruined so many good candidates lives.

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      • Originally posted by jay91 View Post
        The NYPD psych department needs to change. They have ruined so many good candidates lives.
        Multiple people outside of NYPD, including attorneys and commissioners from civil service seem to have agreed...I'm guessing that your clear failure to accept responsibility for your past decisions and behavior might have bolstered their argument.

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        • They get tons of appeals. They could care less about any of the appeals. If they actually took their time to investigate they would realize. And I made no bad decisions in the past. I was actually framed for a misdemeanor for which the charges were dropped. Quite frankly the NYPD could care less

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          • There's your answer then. Move on. No one is special. You didn't meet the criteria. Next.
            Now go home and get your shine box!

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            • Hard to move on when you wasted all this money and time. Maybe the NYPd should be more realistic when they are recruiting all over NYC

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              • No. Maybe people should be more realistic and accept that sometimes they don't meet standards. That's what the process is about. Not YOU, the Agency.
                Now go home and get your shine box!

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                • I thought this forum was for support. Just because everything is working out for you doesn't mean you belittle the ones who couldn't make it

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                  • Actually, it's about information. The Wailing Wall is in Jerusalem. That would be left, then straight for a few thousand miles...
                    Now go home and get your shine box!

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                    • Jay, learn not to take things personal. Theres always going to be A holes in life that think there s^^t doesnt stink. Before becoming a CO the security guard of the building I use to work in was a EX cop he was always talking trash on how all PO should be fit for the job even though he weighed about 350 and a whole bunch of BS. I ran in to his son in the City some time ago and asked were was he working as a PO because his dad was always talking about his two Kids being cops. He told me while in the academy he had to resign because he couldn't run the 1.5 miles within the time that was given and his brother never passed the investigation. Stay positive JAY, NYPD is not the Last job in the world. If it wasnt for you it was probably not Gods plan......

                      Originally posted by jay91 View Post
                      I thought this forum was for support. Just because everything is working out for you doesn't mean you belittle the ones who couldn't make it

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                      • Originally posted by mike_s1234 View Post
                        Multiple people outside of NYPD, including attorneys and commissioners from civil service seem to have agreed...I'm guessing that your clear failure to accept responsibility for your past decisions and behavior might have bolstered their argument.
                        Have agreed to what? Why Be so negative, unless you are a big shot on the job you have no right to judge him or say wether he is qualified.

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                        • Originally posted by CCCSD View Post
                          No. Maybe people should be more realistic and accept that sometimes they don't meet standards. That's what the process is about. Not YOU, the Agency.
                          THey have DQed some people for some pretty crazy things.

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                          • Sorry double post.

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                            • Originally posted by jay91 View Post
                              The NYPD psych department needs to change. They have ruined so many good candidates lives.

                              Don't look at things that way; its only a job for god's sake. If the "Big" agencies won't hire you perhaps the smaller agencies will give you a shot. Consider taking the MPTC Basic police officer training course Phase 1 at one of the local community colleges. Many an individual got their start in police work working as part-timers after completing the MPTC course on their own dime.

                              You might consider starting out in corrections--its an honorable profession. The experience you will get in handling offenders in a custodial setting is priceless.

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                              • Originally posted by LEO2010 View Post
                                Jay, learn not to take things personal. Theres always going to be A holes in life that think there s^^t doesnt stink. Before becoming a CO the security guard of the building I use to work in was a EX cop he was always talking trash on how all PO should be fit for the job even though he weighed about 350 and a whole bunch of BS. I ran in to his son in the City some time ago and asked were was he working as a PO because his dad was always talking about his two Kids being cops. He told me while in the academy he had to resign because he couldn't run the 1.5 miles within the time that was given and his brother never passed the investigation. Stay positive JAY, NYPD is not the Last job in the world. If it wasnt for you it was probably not Gods plan......

                                How could a 350 lb person go into the NYPD academy to began with?? He would have been medically DQed at the initial medical exam as his weight was NOT proportionate to his height.

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