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    Hello everyone,

    I was doing some research on the aforementioned thread topic, but everything I have found is mostly outdated. I was hoping there is an active Federal Reserve Police Officer from NYC region who can answer a few questions I have.

    A) What are the exact law enforcement powers are they commissioned by? Do they have that status on and off duty?

    B) Do you have full off duty carry status?

    C) What is the pension/retirement and benefits like?

    If these questions can be answered fully and factually, it would be greatly appreciated. Please be safe everyone. Thank you.

  • #2
    Pension system sucks and is not a true fed pension as they are not true fed employees. When I spoke to them a few years ago, they don't want them making active arrests, if they do, 911.

    That's all I have for now.
    Captain Square Badge, reporting for duty!.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by NYCTNT View Post
      Pension system sucks and is not a true fed pension as they are not true fed employees. When I spoke to them a few years ago, they don't want them making active arrests, if they do, 911.

      That's all I have for now.
      Thank you for your reply. Be safe.

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      • #4
        The FRB NY commission comes from the Patriot act. They only have LE authority while ON DUTY. The retirement compared to alot of other retirements isnt as bad. Its a 25 year retirement with a 401k.

        Benefits are listed here:

        http://www.newyorkfed.org/careers/benefits_health.html


        Just some FYI, they have at times only hired folks that applied 2-3 times.
        I don't answer recruitment messages....

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        • #5
          Originally posted by CelticLEO View Post
          Hello everyone,

          I was doing some research on the aforementioned thread topic, but everything I have found is mostly outdated. I was hoping there is an active Federal Reserve Police Officer from NYC region who can answer a few questions I have.

          A) What are the exact law enforcement powers are they commissioned by? Do they have that status on and off duty?

          B) Do you have full off duty carry status?

          C) What is the pension/retirement and benefits like?

          If these questions can be answered fully and factually, it would be greatly appreciated. Please be safe everyone. Thank you.
          This is a good position that they hire limited officers and like someone else has stated you have to apply alot. Plus with Federal positions they really like taking Vets too. Also Almost all Federal Law enforcement positions are 401k now. All status is On Duty.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bestbuyer2312 View Post
            This is a good position that they hire limited officers and like someone else has stated you have to apply alot. Plus with Federal positions they really like taking Vets too. Also Almost all Federal Law enforcement positions are 401k now. All status is On Duty.
            They're not federal employees.
            I don't answer recruitment messages....

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            • #7
              It seems that New York State gives them peace officer status.

              S 2.15 Federal law enforcement officers; powers.
              The following federal law enforcement officers shall have the powers
              set forth in paragraphs (a) (with the exception of the powers provided
              by paragraph (b) of subdivision one and paragraph (b) of subdivision
              three of section 140.25 of this chapter), (b), (c) and (h) of
              subdivision one of section 2.20 of this article:
              1. Federal Bureau of Investigation special agents.
              2. United States Secret Service special agents.
              3. Immigration and Naturalization Service immigration inspectors,
              special agents, patrol officers and deportation officers.
              4. United States Marshals and Marshals Service deputies.
              5. Drug Enforcement Administration special agents.
              6. Federal Protective Officers, including law enforcement security
              officers, criminal investigators and police officers of the Federal
              Protective Service.
              7. United States Customs Service special agents, inspectors and patrol
              officers.
              8. United States Postal Service police officers and inspectors.
              9. United States park police; provided, however that, notwithstanding
              any provision of this section to the contrary, such park police shall
              also have the powers set forth in paragraph (b) of subdivision one of
              section 140.25 of this chapter and the powers set forth in paragraphs
              (d), (e) and (g) of subdivision one of section 2.20 of this article.
              10. United States probation officers.
              11. United States General Services Administration special agents.
              12. United States Department of Agriculture special agents.
              13. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms special agents.
              14. Internal Revenue Service special agents and inspectors.
              15. Officers of the United States bureau of prisons.
              16. United States Fish and Wildlife special agents.
              17. United States Naval Investigative Service special agents.
              18. United States Department of State special agents.
              19. Special agents of the defense criminal investigative service of
              the United States department of defense.
              20. United States Department of Commerce, Office of Export
              Enforcement, special agents.
              21. United States Department of Veterans Administration police
              officers employed at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in
              Batavia.
              22. Federal Reserve law enforcement officers.
              23. Federal air marshal program special agents.
              * 24. United States department of transportation federal police
              officers and police supervisors assigned to the United States Merchant
              Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York; provided, however that,
              notwithstanding any provision of this section to the contrary, such
              police shall also have the powers set forth in paragraph (b) of
              subdivision one of section 140.25 of this chapter and the powers set
              forth in paragraphs (d), (e) and (g) of subdivision one of section 2.20
              of this article when acting pursuant to their special duties within the
              geographical area of their employment or within one hundred yards of
              such geographical area.
              * NB There are 2 sb 24's
              * 24. United States Coast Guard Investigative Service special agents.
              * NB There are 2 sb 24's
              25. United States Department of Commerce, special agents and
              enforcement officers of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
              Administration's Fisheries Office for Law Enforcement.
              26. Department of the Army special agents, detectives and police
              officers.
              27. United States Department of Interior, park rangers with law
              enforcement authority.
              28. United States Environmental Protection Agency special agents with
              law enforcement authority.

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              • #8
                They ARE allowed to carry off-duty. They were added to be covered under LEOSA in a recent amendment to the law, along with Amtrak Police.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by bestbuyer2312 View Post
                  Almost all Federal Law enforcement positions are 401k now.
                  Negative. At least not yet.
                  They Don’t Think It Be Like It Is, But It Do.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BNWS View Post
                    It seems that New York State gives them peace officer status.

                    S 2.15 Federal law enforcement officers; powers.
                    The following federal law enforcement officers shall have the powers
                    set forth in paragraphs (a) (with the exception of the powers provided
                    by paragraph (b) of subdivision one and paragraph (b) of subdivision
                    three of section 140.25 of this chapter), (b), (c) and (h) of
                    subdivision one of section 2.20 of this article:
                    1. Federal Bureau of Investigation special agents.
                    2. United States Secret Service special agents.
                    3. Immigration and Naturalization Service immigration inspectors,
                    special agents, patrol officers and deportation officers.
                    4. United States Marshals and Marshals Service deputies.
                    5. Drug Enforcement Administration special agents.
                    6. Federal Protective Officers, including law enforcement security
                    officers, criminal investigators and police officers of the Federal
                    Protective Service.
                    7. United States Customs Service special agents, inspectors and patrol
                    officers.
                    8. United States Postal Service police officers and inspectors.
                    9. United States park police; provided, however that, notwithstanding
                    any provision of this section to the contrary, such park police shall
                    also have the powers set forth in paragraph (b) of subdivision one of
                    section 140.25 of this chapter and the powers set forth in paragraphs
                    (d), (e) and (g) of subdivision one of section 2.20 of this article.
                    10. United States probation officers.
                    11. United States General Services Administration special agents.
                    12. United States Department of Agriculture special agents.
                    13. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms special agents.
                    14. Internal Revenue Service special agents and inspectors.
                    15. Officers of the United States bureau of prisons.
                    16. United States Fish and Wildlife special agents.
                    17. United States Naval Investigative Service special agents.
                    18. United States Department of State special agents.
                    19. Special agents of the defense criminal investigative service of
                    the United States department of defense.
                    20. United States Department of Commerce, Office of Export
                    Enforcement, special agents.
                    21. United States Department of Veterans Administration police
                    officers employed at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in
                    Batavia.
                    22. Federal Reserve law enforcement officers.
                    23. Federal air marshal program special agents.
                    * 24. United States department of transportation federal police
                    officers and police supervisors assigned to the United States Merchant
                    Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York; provided, however that,
                    notwithstanding any provision of this section to the contrary, such
                    police shall also have the powers set forth in paragraph (b) of
                    subdivision one of section 140.25 of this chapter and the powers set
                    forth in paragraphs (d), (e) and (g) of subdivision one of section 2.20
                    of this article when acting pursuant to their special duties within the
                    geographical area of their employment or within one hundred yards of
                    such geographical area.
                    * NB There are 2 sb 24's
                    * 24. United States Coast Guard Investigative Service special agents.
                    * NB There are 2 sb 24's
                    25. United States Department of Commerce, special agents and
                    enforcement officers of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
                    Administration's Fisheries Office for Law Enforcement.
                    26. Department of the Army special agents, detectives and police
                    officers.
                    27. United States Department of Interior, park rangers with law
                    enforcement authority.
                    28. United States Environmental Protection Agency special agents with
                    law enforcement authority.
                    Actually that law does not give them peace officer status, but rather adds limited state peace officer powers to their federally granted leo status. It's a subtle difference that has no impact on the majority of federal (or in this case privately employed but federally commissioned) officers who don't try to go beyond their scope, but it's a real difference nonetheless.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Fuerza View Post
                      Actually that law does not give them peace officer status, but rather adds limited state peace officer powers to their federally granted leo status. It's a subtle difference that has no impact on the majority of federal (or in this case privately employed but federally commissioned) officers who don't try to go beyond their scope, but it's a real difference nonetheless.
                      Thanks for the clarification.

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for the replies everyone...it is appreciated.

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                        • #13
                          Hello,
                          I have a quick question, Does NY FRLEO have authority to carry off duty whether personal or duty weapon?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Rockyy93 View Post
                            Hello,
                            I have a quick question, Does NY FRLEO have authority to carry off duty whether personal or duty weapon?
                            Personal weapon only.
                            I don't answer recruitment messages....

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                            • #15
                              Hey guys any info on the hiring process? Like what the ask at the interciew ? And next step

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