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  • Originally posted by Andrew20 View Post
    Im no expert but I would say let it play out. Is there anything specific in your case that would want to review you for longer for ? EX: arrests, drug/alcohol use, medical issues etc.
    no i had school records and medical records requested for speech therapy i had in 1st and 2nd grade because my jaw was to small for my teeth and ended up have teeth surgically removed so i would be able to enunciate words properly and medical records for a panic attack i had my junior year of HS back in '06...no arrests, no alcohol related issues (only casual/dinner use) or drugs only experimented once in college and never again since or ever for future wasn't my thing...so idk why it takes so long, i mean i know they have thousands of applicants that they need to review and all that but i think that if they requested the documents and i get them to her withing a week she may have just reviewed them but i guess ill just wait like everyone else and if its meant to be its meant to be...hoping for the best though
    NYPD Exam 4320: January 4, 2014
    List: 1XX
    APD-5: Submitted 01/26/2016
    MEDICAL: 05/12/2016 Passed
    WRITTEN PSYCHOLOGICAL: 06/02/2016 Passed
    ORAL PSYCHOLOGICAL: 07/19/2016 On Review
    MET WITH INVESTIGATOR: 06/09/2016
    BI: In Process
    JST: Passed 2:55
    Mini-Med: ?

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    • Originally posted by cobra218 View Post
      no i had school records and medical records requested for speech therapy i had in 1st and 2nd grade because my jaw was to small for my teeth and ended up have teeth surgically removed so i would be able to enunciate words properly and medical records for a panic attack i had my junior year of HS back in '06...no arrests, no alcohol related issues (only casual/dinner use) or drugs only experimented once in college and never again since or ever for future wasn't my thing...so idk why it takes so long, i mean i know they have thousands of applicants that they need to review and all that but i think that if they requested the documents and i get them to her withing a week she may have just reviewed them but i guess ill just wait like everyone else and if its meant to be its meant to be...hoping for the best though

      You mean
      psych unit wants medical records going back to the first grade?? You (or they) got to be kidding??

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      • Originally posted by CountyCorrectionOfficer View Post
        You mean
        psych unit wants medical records going back to the first grade?? You (or they) got to be kidding??
        I've read more ridiculous stories in this thread. NYPD's psych unit is extremely thorough with every detail you list on that application.

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        • I called APD yesterday after not calling for about 4 months just to check and see if I am still on psych review. Which I still am. But the lady on the phone said that if I was contacted by the Psych department either through phone or email. I said no, She then said you should expect something through either email or mail from the psych department on what to do next. This is the first time someone from APD has told me that I would expect something through email/mail. Im assuming it is the DQ letter? Or is it there standard procedure to tell everyone that they should expect something through email/mail when asking if they are still on psych review?

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          • Most likely means a DQ notification is coming soon.

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            • Originally posted by CountyCorrectionOfficer View Post
              You mean
              psych unit wants medical records going back to the first grade?? You (or they) got to be kidding??
              honest swear on my chance of being a PO they wanted my elementary school records for it because it was thought to be a mental impairment or something like that but it was solely medical and explained that but i got a letter to them because my K-6 records get sent to my HS and are destroyed('14) after 7yrs from graduating but they also sent my HS records cause she wanted all IEP resource and things like that that i never even had but they requested i gave...but yea really crazy i thought but i guess really wanted to see them lol
              NYPD Exam 4320: January 4, 2014
              List: 1XX
              APD-5: Submitted 01/26/2016
              MEDICAL: 05/12/2016 Passed
              WRITTEN PSYCHOLOGICAL: 06/02/2016 Passed
              ORAL PSYCHOLOGICAL: 07/19/2016 On Review
              MET WITH INVESTIGATOR: 06/09/2016
              BI: In Process
              JST: Passed 2:55
              Mini-Med: ?

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              • Originally posted by nypdhopeful15 View Post
                I've read more ridiculous stories in this thread. NYPD's psych unit is extremely thorough with every detail you list on that application.
                Basically, they are looking for perfection in candidates.

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                • Originally posted by nypdhopeful15 View Post
                  Most likely means a DQ notification is coming soon.
                  When they send you the letter does it state why?
                  If i was to email my investigator would he be able to tell me that I am most likely receiving a letter about being DQ?

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                  • Originally posted by cobra218 View Post
                    honest swear on my chance of being a PO they wanted my elementary school records for it because it was thought to be a mental impairment or something like that but it was solely medical and explained that but i got a letter to them because my K-6 records get sent to my HS and are destroyed('14) after 7yrs from graduating but they also sent my HS records cause she wanted all IEP resource and things like that that i never even had but they requested i gave...but yea really crazy i thought but i guess really wanted to see them lol
                    LOL!! There are several on my job with 'mental impairments'. One of which was arrested TWICE for DWI within a 12 month time period and still OTJ!! Yet, despite acts of misconduct, on or off-duty; there are many people I have known with "checkered backgrounds" who have gone on to make good police officers.

                    I have always told new hires that there are THREE things, or combination thereof; that will get an officer into trouble: Drugs,alcohol and women.

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                    • Originally posted by nypdhopeful15 View Post
                      Most likely means a DQ notification is coming soon.
                      True. If the letter is from the psych unit it will advise him of his appeal rights if he wishes to exercise them.

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                      • Originally posted by CountyCorrectionOfficer View Post
                        Basically, they are looking for perfection in candidates.
                        In some sense yes and in some sense no. People do get on with arrests, and other issues. Also depends on who your particular psychologist is. They have so many candidates that if they see the slightest thing, they can afford to axe them, and let the candidate battle it out if they wish. The medical, and therapy stuff is huge to them, doesn't matter how old they are when it happened. Luckily I had nothing like that so I didn't have to deal with it. A long while back in the thread, someone posted about being on review for quite a long time due to the fact that they saw a therapist when they were 5, I believe they were 30 around the time of the interview. I'm sure they deal with candidates trying to downplay issues so I could see why they request those records but from reading around, and stories I've heard, sometimes it can be a bit absurd. NYPD psych is more tedious than a lot of other agencies.
                        Last edited by nypdhopeful15; 08-22-2016, 03:01 PM.

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                        • Originally posted by JRNYC2626 View Post
                          When they send you the letter does it state why?
                          If i was to email my investigator would he be able to tell me that I am most likely receiving a letter about being DQ?
                          From what I know, it will only say you were determined to be psychologically unsuitable to the stresses, and demands of being an NYPD Police Officer. It does not say a specific reason. The only way to truly know why you were disqualified is to follow the instructions on the DQ letter, and choose an appeal psychologist. They release your full file to the appeal psychologist then you can review it with him, and see where to go from there.

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                          • Originally posted by nypdhopeful15 View Post
                            In some sense yes and in some sense no. People do get on with arrests, and other issues. Also depends on who your particular psychologist is. They have so many candidates that if they see the slightest thing, they can afford to axe them, and let the candidate battle it out if they wish. The medical, and therapy stuff is huge to them, doesn't matter how old they are when it happened. Luckily I had nothing like that so I didn't have to deal with it. A long while back in the thread, someone posted about being on review for quite a long time due to the fact that they saw a therapist when they were 5, I believe they were 30 around the time of the interview. I'm sure they deal with candidates trying to downplay issues so I could see why they request those records but from reading around, and stories I've heard, sometimes it can be a bit absurd. NYPD psych is more tedious than a lot of other agencies.

                            It depends...
                            arrests are accusations. All depends on the nature of the charge, weight of the evidence, whether or not a conviction was secured and who was the complainant. Even so; undetected criminal acts are also grounds for negative character disqualification. Basically, NYPD candidates face a double-edged sword in the hiring process: psych or negative character disqualification. Some candidates do get into the academy while the background investigation is continuing...and if anything negative in their character not previously disclosed comes about. He or she will be summarily terminated.
                            Last edited by CountyCorrectionOfficer; 08-22-2016, 05:11 PM.

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                            • I have my oral interview tomorrow. Is there a chance I'm going to be put on review for being in resource room for half of a year in fourth grade?

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                              • NYPD Psych DQ or on NYPD psych review info and help..

                                Originally posted by Jonmelfa View Post
                                I have my oral interview tomorrow. Is there a chance I'm going to be put on review for being in resource room for half of a year in fourth grade?
                                Chances are good they will request documents regarding your resource room visits, and will probably take some time to review them. Doesn't exactly mean you will be on the dreaded one year review.


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