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  • #16
    Originally posted by Yankees93 View Post
    Most of the people here are here to help each other and that is why we share upcoming exams but I respect your decision. Like NYCpoorest stated these exams are announced anyways lol.

    It's not a difficult thing to find out about upcoming police and county correction civil service entry level exams. Generally speaking, CS exams outside of NYC are conducted once every four years unless the list of eligibles is exhausted sooner. Cities within NYS have their own civil service department. County,Town and village political subdivisions depend on the County Dept. of Civil Service/ Personnel/ Human Resources, where they're located, to schedule, conduct exams and maintain a listing of eligibles to be submitted to departmental heads when job vacancies occur. All written examinations are prepared and graded by the NYS Dept. of Civil Service in Albany.

    Police Officer exams are conducted in November, and the filing period is generally from mid-August to mid-September. County Correction Officer exams are held in April with the filing period from mid-January to mid February. Most NY Counties have websites with each county department having their own subsection of the website. Most Counties and cities will list their upcoming civil service exams on their website.

    You may file with multiple jurisdictions and take the exam at one central location convenient to you.You just have to let the various civil service department you cross filed with where you're taking the exam. It's just going to cost you a lot in filling fees as the going rate (filing fee) is $40 per jurisdiction.
    Last edited by CountyCorrectionOfficer; 09-04-2014, 02:50 PM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by CountyCorrectionOfficer View Post

      It's not a difficult thing to find out about upcoming police and county correction civil service entry level exams. Generally speaking, CS exams outside of NYC are conducted once every four years unless the list of eligibles is exhausted sooner. Cities with NYS have their own civil service commission. County,Town and village political subdivisions depend on the County Dept. of Civil Service/ Personnel/ Human Resources, where they're located, to schedule and conduct exams. All written examinations are prepared and graded by the NYS Dept. of Civil Service in Albany.

      Police Officer exams are conducted in November, and the filing period is generally from mid-August to mid-September. County Correction Officer exams are held in April with the filing period from mid-January to mid February. Most NY Counties have websites with each county department having their own subsection of the website. Most Counties and cities will list their upcoming civil service exams on their website.

      You may file with multiple jurisdictions and take the exam at one central location convenient to you.You just have to let the various civil service department you cross filed with where you're taking the exam. It's just going to cost you a lot in filling fees as the going rate (filing fee) is $40 per jurisdiction.


      Remember, a municipality has the right to use a "residence preference list" in making appointments and many of them do.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Yankees93 View Post
        Most of the people here are here to help each other and that is why we share upcoming exams but I respect your decision. Like NYCpoorest stated these exams are announced anyways lol.
        We all "got our start" somewheres, and for me it was many,many moons ago...LOL

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        • #19
          There is no unified website that shows every department giving an exam in NYS. There are many counties, cities, and villages out there.

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          • #20
            I just recently signed up to take a PD exam on this date, my question is why do all these counties and villages give the same date for there exam?

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Chrisac View Post
              I just recently signed up to take a PD exam on this date, my question is why do all these counties and villages give the same date for there exam?

              Because exam schedules has been centralized by the NYS Dept. of Civil Service. It makes it a whole lot easier for the state to process and grade test papers in one job title from municipalities across the state in one batch then it is to spread it around throughout the year.

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              • #22
                Read carefully

                Always read civil service examination notices CAREFULLY. Some of them will state that only legal residents of that particular political subdivision CAN take the examination.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Patriot91 View Post
                  There is no unified website that shows every department giving an exam in NYS. There are many counties, cities, and villages out there.
                  You forgot to mention the 900 some-odd towns in New York.

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                  • #24
                    New Rochelle is having an exam on Nov. 15th as well however, you need to be a Westchester County resident at time of application.
                    DEA Special Agent

                    Applied: 9/2014

                    NYS Court Officer

                    Test taken: 10/18/14
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