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  • Originally posted by Vista View Post
    If your on psych review u gotta wait till thats cleared up before the investigaive side picks up again. Uphill battle dude.

    Job terminations for what reason?

    His psych review won't be re-reviewed until his investigative review is cleared. Psych services won't even re look at it until apd clears that hold for his background or the red flag
    currently employed by The State of NY

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    • Any tips on how to pass a oral psych exam?

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      • Originally posted by Vista View Post
        If your on psych review u gotta wait till thats cleared up before the investigaive side picks up again. Uphill battle dude.

        Job terminations for what reason?
        Is there anyway we can talk off of the forums?

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        • Originally posted by Vic0909 View Post
          Is there anyway we can talk off of the forums?
          Yes, you can send Vista a PM.

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          • http://m.nydailynews.com/new-york/ex...icle-1.2575728


            Sent from my House Phone!!

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            • Originally posted by nyhockeyref93 View Post
              His psych review won't be re-reviewed until his investigative review is cleared. Psych services won't even re look at it until apd clears that hold for his background or the red flag

              The process can be halted at any time since character issues may involve both position fitness and physiological flaws in the background. It doesn't take very much to disqualify a candidate going by NYPD hiring guidelines. Only 1 of 12 applicants actually make it into the police academy.
              Last edited by CountyCorrectionOfficer; 03-24-2016, 01:01 PM.

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              • Originally posted by Melvindrbk View Post

                Not even surprised. In that same article there's another story about a LT that got charged with sexual harassment. Crazy.
                Last edited by Irish_80; 03-24-2016, 12:43 PM.

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                • They should only offer the nypd once or twice every few years like every other city exam instead of DQing people that would have gotten the job years ago when the salary was low and they were desperate for recruits. It's not right failing the psych or getting put on review does hurt your reputation

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                  • Originally posted by shimmy View Post
                    They should only offer the nypd once or twice every few years like every other city exam instead of DQing people that would have gotten the job years ago when the salary was low and they were desperate for recruits. It's not right failing the psych or getting put on review does hurt your reputation
                    It's all about money. Think about it, if they offer the exam a couple times a year they'll make a lot more money opposed to offering the same exam every couple of years. They really don't care who gets DQ or not, it's just a business. Which quiet frankly, is shameful. But it's the reality of things.

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                    • Originally posted by Irish_80 View Post
                      It's all about money. Think about it, if they offer the exam a couple times a year they'll make a lot more money opposed to offering the same exam every couple of years. They really don't care who gets DQ or not, it's just a business. Which quiet frankly, is shameful. But it's the reality of things.

                      Not really all about money. It's about quality control and many more applicants than there are vacancies. Only 1 in 12 applicants is going to get hired by them. NYPD does have quite stringent hiring standards as compared to upstate smaller police agencies. Takes about THREE years from the date of examination to the actual appointment of a qualified candidate. Hence the need to conduct several written exams on a yearly basis rather than ONE exam covering a four year period.
                      Last edited by CountyCorrectionOfficer; 03-24-2016, 04:47 PM.

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                      • Originally posted by shimmy View Post
                        They should only offer the nypd once or twice every few years like every other city exam instead of DQing people that would have gotten the job years ago when the salary was low and they were desperate for recruits. It's not right failing the psych or getting put on review does hurt your reputation
                        NYPD did NOT lower their hiring standards during that time period you cited. Being disqualified from NYPD police employment is not certainly the end of the line for other law enforcement employment opportunities. There are opportunities for employment both upstate and out-of-state.

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                        • Originally posted by CountyCorrectionOfficer View Post

                          Not really all about money. It's about quality control and many more applicants than there are vacancies. Only 1 in 12 applicants is going to hired by them. NYPD does have quite stringent hiring standards as compared to upstate smaller police agencies. Takes about THREE years from the date of examination to the actual appointment of a qualified candidate. Hence the need to conduct several written exams on a yearly basis rather than ONE exam covering a four year period.
                          Although what you said is true, the city generates a lot of income by administering these exams in a given time period.

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                          • Originally posted by CountyCorrectionOfficer View Post

                            Not really all about money. It's about quality control and many more applicants than there are vacancies. Only 1 in 12 applicants is going to hired by them. NYPD does have quite stringent hiring standards as compared to upstate smaller police agencies. Takes about THREE years from the date of examination to the actual appointment of a qualified candidate. Hence the need to conduct several written exams on a yearly basis rather than ONE exam covering a four year period.
                            Yea I hear ya but less tests given less applicants it would speed up the processing time also I'd imagine the psych doctors wouldn't have to dq so many people for the littlest thing or I could be totally wrong lol just saying

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                            • Originally posted by shimmy View Post
                              Yea I hear ya but less tests given less applicants it would speed up the processing time also I'd imagine the psych doctors wouldn't have to dq so many people for the littlest thing or I could be totally wrong lol just saying

                              These NYPD psychologists are NOT medical doctors! A psychiatrist is a medical doctor and they don't treat patients as the psychologist does except to dispense medication prescribed by the psychologist.

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                              • I am curious as to how the 1 in 12 number is calculated. I tried doing it for the Jan 2016 class and I got 1 in 8

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