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  • Originally posted by TrunkS3 View Post
    Forgetting to go court ? Yeah..that's something You shouldn't forget. You probably will have a slim to none chance of getting hired ( realistic response )

    Another agency might hire him but not NYPD; not so much for the first instance but rather due to his failure to go back to court to answer the appearance ticket.

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      • Originally posted by CountyCorrectionOfficer View Post
        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.

        When the salaries were really low, they definitelt did- they were so desperate to fill a class you wouldnt believe the candidates that the bosses were signing off on
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        • Originally posted by Vista View Post
          When the salaries were really low, they definitelt did- they were so desperate to fill a class you wouldnt believe the candidates that the bosses were signing off on
          When the salaries where low. LOL When did that change I got news for you Vista the salaries are still low. It's a disgrace what New York city cops get paid. It's amazes me reading these sites how bad these kids want that job . When the novelty of the job wears off and the realities set in that's when the salary becomes an issue. The recent 1% raise they got was a real slap in the face, plus the fact retirement is 22 and half years now. No longer can NYPD officers receive 3 quarters disability for line of duty injuries unless they have 10 years or more on the job. Every contract the city is taking more and more benefits away.

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          • Originally posted by Vista View Post
            When the salaries were really low, they definitelt did- they were so desperate to fill a class you wouldn't believe the candidates that the bosses were signing off on
            Again, I have always said the absolute minimum bar to appointment is conviction of a felony. I did some research on the 2005 NYPD academy classes when the salaries were low and there is some truth as to what you said. Then again, those who were appointed back then could have very well learned from their civilian foibles and went on to become good police officers. Today, getting appointed to NYPD is much more stringent than upstate or down South law enforcement opportunities.

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            • Originally posted by RETIRED 03 View Post
              When the salaries where low. LOL When did that change I got news for you Vista the salaries are still low. It's a disgrace what New York city cops get paid. It's amazes me reading these sites how bad these kids want that job . When the novelty of the job wears off and the realities set in that's when the salary becomes an issue. The recent 1% raise they got was a real slap in the face, plus the fact retirement is 22 and half years now. No longer can NYPD officers receive 3 quarters disability for line of duty injuries unless they have 10 years or more on the job. Every contract the city is taking more and more benefits away.

              It is even worse for upstate municipal police and correction officers.
              The larger populated cities and counties have their police and correction officers enrolled in the NYS Police & FireFighters Tier. In that tier; officers injured in the line of duty receive 1/2 of their average high three; NOT 3/4! There is a provision for "Accidental" disability retirement in that tier that pays 3/4 but the NYS Comptroller's Office definition of what constitutes an 'accident' is next to impossible to pass muster since common job hazards encountered are not considered accidental. 'Performance of Duty' disability retirement (50% of high average three) is the most common disability retirement given to those officers injured in the line of duty unable to perform their regular duties. However; POD disability retirements are only available to those municipalities enrolled in the P&F tier and not the ERS.

              The vast majority of municipalities enroll their sworn LE officers in the common NYS Employees Retirement System available to all local public employees outside of New York City. It is much cheaper for smaller political subdivisions to enroll in ERS rather than paying more into the P&F Tier. In this system there are only THREE types of retirements available: standard, ordinary disability and accidental disability (does not pay 3/4). There are special supplementary plans available within ERS for 20 and 25 year retirement at any age for law enforcement personnel
              Last edited by CountyCorrectionOfficer; 03-27-2016, 05:21 PM.

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              • Originally posted by RETIRED 03 View Post
                When the salaries where low. LOL When did that change I got news for you Vista the salaries are still low. It's a disgrace what New York city cops get paid. It's amazes me reading these sites how bad these kids want that job . When the novelty of the job wears off and the realities set in that's when the salary becomes an issue. The recent 1% raise they got was a real slap in the face, plus the fact retirement is 22 and half years now. No longer can NYPD officers receive 3 quarters disability for line of duty injuries unless they have 10 years or more on the job. Every contract the city is taking more and more benefits away.
                Yes it is a slap in the face cops deserve more no doubt but on the flip side they are guaranteed to get something if they get hurt and they get a retirement package plus medical almost no jobs offer that any more in nyc I'm currently in construction and had to quit the union because after 10 years they couldn't keep me.busy enough .I have been forced to do non union work. I have no retirement no anything besides a paycheck if i get hurt i get nothing so what the city offers for nypd does look good for someone looking for medical and retirement. Eventually cops will get more probably when it gets difficult to find recruits again sad but true

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                • Originally posted by shimmy View Post
                  Yes it is a slap in the face cops deserve more no doubt but on the flip side they are guaranteed to get something if they get hurt and they get a retirement package plus medical almost no jobs offer that any more in nyc I'm currently in construction and had to quit the union because after 10 years they couldn't keep me.busy enough .I have been forced to do non union work. I have no retirement no anything besides a paycheck if i get hurt i get nothing so what the city offers for nypd does look good for someone looking for medical and retirement. Eventually cops will get more probably when it gets difficult to find recruits again sad but true

                  Just to let you know NYPD is quite strict on the use of sick
                  leave. Yes, you have unlimited sick leave with them but that is closely monitored by their medical unit, home visits are in place, and chronic absences will surely result in termination. In so far as disability retirements are concerned--applications go through several levels of medical review and are not easily granted. I believe new NYPD hires are on a 22 year, out at any age retirement rather than the customary 20 years and out. But that's better than no retirement benefits at all!
                  Last edited by CountyCorrectionOfficer; 03-26-2016, 08:21 PM.

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                  • Originally posted by CountyCorrectionOfficer View Post
                    Just to let you know NYPD is quite strict on the use of sick
                    leave. Yes, you have unlimited sick leave with them but that is closely monitored by their medical unit, home visits are in place, and chronic absences will surely result in termination. In so far as disability retirements are concerned--applications go through several levels of medical review and are not easily granted. I believe new NYPD hires are on a 22 year, out at any age retirement rather than the customary 20 years and out. But that's better than no retirement benefits at all!
                    25 years for new hires good sir

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                    • Originally posted by TrunkS3 View Post
                      25 years for new hires good sir
                      NYPD new hires are now on a retirement par similar to New York state and county correction officers....hmmmmmmmm. Only a matter of time before the New York State Comptrollers Office adopts the same 25 years and out for municipal police officers in the P&F and ERS retirement systems.

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                      • Its 22 1/2 years but it pays to do 25 so you get the cola( cost of living allowance) plus the variable supplement banks each year you stay past 22 1/2 years

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                        • Anyone on here who may have some knowledge, I'm exam 3309 and I've done everything but the jst and mini-med. I've been on psych hold since last March. I went for family therapy but I gave in the requested paperwork right away. Other than that, my file is spotless. Any idea whether I'll make it off of review and into the academy?

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                          • Originally posted by jason_o View Post
                            Anyone on here who may have some knowledge, I'm exam 3309 and I've done everything but the jst and mini-med. I've been on psych hold since last March. I went for family therapy but I gave in the requested paperwork right away. Other than that, my file is spotless. Any idea whether I'll make it off of review and into the academy?
                            Follow up with your psych and see if they are awaiting anything, other than that it's just a waiting game unfortunately.

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                            • The psych doesn't answer, the psych dept and my bi both say I'm still on review with no further information. So no insight on whether I will pass thru or not?

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                              • Originally posted by jason_o View Post
                                The psych doesn't answer, the psych dept and my bi both say I'm still on review with no further information. So no insight on whether I will pass thru or not?
                                Can't say, I know people (and some people even post themselves on these forums) who have been on review for months or over a year and still get cleared. Don't give up hope, just make sure you're getting or staying in shape and keep pushing forward remaining out of trouble. Your review can be cleared any day. Usually from what I've heard of they decide to DQ you, they mail you a letter.

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