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  • Anyone know anything about Nassau's contract negotiations? Are they (PBA) at the table with blakeman, close to a deal, not close, etc? I think the process could start moving along once that's settled.
    Last edited by Nick_C; 08-12-2022, 06:02 PM.

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    • I took the physical a few months back and my list number is 35xx and I got an email from NYPD to start the hiring process. The question is should I respond or should I wait for Nassau ?

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      • Originally posted by Alvaij View Post
        I took the physical a few months back and my list number is 35xx and I got an email from NYPD to start the hiring process. The question is should I respond or should I wait for Nassau ?
        At the end of the day this is your own decision. Nothing is guaranteed, such as getting into Nassau, so keep that in mind. I typically try to be totally unbiased in this forum, however if you would like my opinion as a former NYPD officer, here it is: I would highly discourage you from joining the NYPD. Anyone in the department will tell you that it is quite possibly the most miserable/draining law enforcement job around. Low pay/bad salary steps, profound incompetency at all ranks, poor work schedule, forced OT (many times on your days off), and incredibly low morale are just a few of the many reasons why I would advise against taking NYPD. Not to mention an over the top liberal city government that picks and chooses when they want to support the police- if at all. In my opinion, it is not worth it at all. Again, it is just my opinion, but that is my take.
        Last edited by nassau25; 08-12-2022, 07:49 PM.

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        • Alvaij
          Alvaij commented
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          Thank you for your comment, I really appreciate it and deep down I don’t want to join NYPD

        • 3309
          3309 commented
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          I concur 100% accurate.

      • Is it worth appealing a DQ for driving record and use of illegal substance? I have 4 moving violations and admitted to trying weed twice three years ago. I got recommended a lawyer for the appeal process, but it costs $3,000. Want to see if i have a good chance at winning the appeal since it is a lot of money.

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        • K.Hernando
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          I don’t smoke weed nor have I nor have I got a moving violation... but I would think the weed one might slide because it’s legal now... How bad were the moving violations? And how long ago we’re the moving violations?

          If it’s truly a job you want $3000 is not that much money to follow your dreams to give it a shot but I have no idea how that process works

        • Anonymous3475
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          I have one in the last 2 years most of them are from when I was a teenager (21 now). I also work in a police department now so hoping that could help.

        • Reggiesaf
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          Do you know the exact reason for the DQ?! I smoked weed few years back and I’m curious if that will get me a DQ

      • Originally posted by Anonymous3475 View Post
        Is it worth appealing a DQ for driving record and use of illegal substance? I have 4 moving violations and admitted to trying weed twice three years ago. I got recommended a lawyer for the appeal process, but it costs $3,000. Want to see if i have a good chance at winning the appeal since it is a lot of money.
        When did you get dqed? During the investigation or was it further in the process like poly?

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        • Anonymous3475
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          During investigation

        • LukeSW
          LukeSW commented
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          Take my advice and don't appeal it. A background or medical DQ is much harder to successfully appeal vs. a psych DQ. Any honest lawyer would tell you the same thing.

      • Anonymous3475 I think you could have a shot then. If it was something to do with poly I’d say probably not but if it was that early on maybe it might be worth trying.

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        • Originally posted by Anonymous3475 View Post
          Is it worth appealing a DQ for driving record and use of illegal substance? I have 4 moving violations and admitted to trying weed twice three years ago. I got recommended a lawyer for the appeal process, but it costs $3,000. Want to see if i have a good chance at winning the appeal since it is a lot of money.
          how long have you been on the job for? If you got any of the moving violations, or tried a technically illegal substance while OTJ You probably won’t win the appeal. How bad were the moving violations?

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          • Anonymous3475
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            None of the violations happened while working for the police department. The worst violation was a 30 over speed, but it got pleas down to a lane change violation.

        • Anyone hear anything about COEs coming out soon?

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          • Are they? T-Mac109

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            • They are out yeah

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              • Got mine today

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                • Brklynfinest
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                  What was the range in list numbers that received COE’s?

              • What are your guys approx. list ?

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              • Well … hopefully they send a few more waves of emails

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                • ericcartman34
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                  Which step in process does COE come after?

              • ericcartman34 after physical, finger prints/background, and initial meeting with investigator.

                SuperTrooper631 and T-Mac109 do COE come in waves ?

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                • SuperTrooper631
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                  Not just the initial meeting with investigator, your packet has to be submitted and approved/certified by civil service(which takes a bit)
                  And I’d assume they come in waves as civil service certifies packets in waves

              • Very true SuperTrooper631 so hopefully more to come

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