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    I was wondering how may NYC Auxiliary Police Officers/Supervisors utilize this website? If so what command you're volunteering out of?
    PATROLLING THE TOUGHTEST PRECINCTS IN NYC

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    I'm enrolled in the program , My command is the 120 precinct. And furthermore I cannot wait to get my shield, and be instated as an APO.
    " I will assume you all have guns and crack!"


    TBTA: 88.235
    List#920-940

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    • #3
      Just Got Shielded In Mid February, volunteering out of the 77th Precinct,
      "Move Or $115"

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      • #4
        NYPD Auxiliary Police Members

        Hey 75 Pct here A/Deputy Inspector with 15 years on.
        PATROLLING THE TOUGHTEST PRECINCTS IN NYC

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        • #5
          10th week in the class. Cant wait to get on already. In the 61 pct. of Brooklyn.
          "I'd rather be judged by twelve than carried by six."
          - A Cop's Maxim

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          • #6
            btw I heard rumors of everyone getting vests from the city...any truth to this?
            "I'd rather be judged by twelve than carried by six."
            - A Cop's Maxim

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            • #7
              yes there is truth by the end of the year we should all be vested.
              " I will assume you all have guns and crack!"


              TBTA: 88.235
              List#920-940

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              • #8
                damn passover havent had a class is three weeks im bummed.....
                "I'd rather be judged by twelve than carried by six."
                - A Cop's Maxim

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                • #9
                  Took the test last night. I passed. Next week we start out self defense training.
                  "I'd rather be judged by twelve than carried by six."
                  - A Cop's Maxim

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                  • #10
                    Can someone explain how the exams are like?

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                    • #11
                      I am also an NYPD Auxiliary. I work out of Transit. I have been doing it for 1 year now and I really enjoy it. For me it provides a change of pace from my office HR job and I feel that I can really help the community.

                      This is from the Auxiliary Wiki site:

                      Auxiliary Police Officers must pass a 16-week Auxiliary Police Basic training course which is classified as a Part Time Peace Officer training required by the New York State Municipal Police Training Council. This class meets once a week for 16 weeks. This training includes penal law, radio use, unarmed self defense, first aid, use of a police baton and arrest procedures. A written and physical exam in given at the end of training. Upon the completion of the basic training course probationary Auxiliary Police officers are issued their shield and police identification card along with their nightstick and initial uniform. They are classified as Part-Time Peace Officers by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services-Municipal Police Training Council and are registered as peace officers in the NYS DCJS registry of peace officers.

                      All Auxiliary Police Officers are required by New York State to pass an annual refresher course in the use of force with the nightstick, arrest procedures, and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).

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                      • #12
                        What is the written exam about?

                        Is it about what you learned during the training?

                        Can you study for the exam?

                        Also are there any official NYPD Auxiliary website that explains when the classes starts or when do you need to go to get the finger printed.
                        Last edited by Zero4749; 01-01-2008, 06:32 PM.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Zero4749 View Post
                          What is the written exam about?

                          Is it about what you learned during the training?

                          Can you study for the exam?

                          Also are there any official NYPD Auxiliary website that explains when the classes starts or when do you need to go to get the finger printed.
                          Yes, the written exam is about material taught during training. You can study for it. You will receive a hard copy of all materials taught in training.

                          There is no official NYPD website that explains when classes start but your best bet is to walk into the precinct or transit district that you would like to volunteer and the desk officer when the Auxiliary coordinator will be in. The Auxiliary coordinator will be in charge of helping you with your paperwork including fingerprints, background checks and advising you when the next class would be.

                          Auxiliary coordinators are regular NYPD officers or detectives which are assigned as our commanding officer and department liaison.

                          If interested please visit this site, it has alot of useful information on the NYPD Auxiliary program:

                          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nypd_Auxiliary

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                          • #14
                            are the aluxiliary police issued a parking card for parking at or around the precinct?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by sheonb View Post
                              I am also an NYPD Auxiliary. I work out of Transit. I have been doing it for 1 year now and I really enjoy it. For me it provides a change of pace from my office HR job and I feel that I can really help the community.

                              This is from the Auxiliary Wiki site:

                              Auxiliary Police Officers must pass a 16-week Auxiliary Police Basic training course which is classified as a Part Time Peace Officer training required by the New York State Municipal Police Training Council. This class meets once a week for 16 weeks. This training includes penal law, radio use, unarmed self defense, first aid, use of a police baton and arrest procedures. A written and physical exam in given at the end of training. Upon the completion of the basic training course probationary Auxiliary Police officers are issued their shield and police identification card along with their nightstick and initial uniform. They are classified as Part-Time Peace Officers by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services-Municipal Police Training Council and are registered as peace officers in the NYS DCJS registry of peace officers.

                              All Auxiliary Police Officers are required by New York State to pass an annual refresher course in the use of force with the nightstick, arrest procedures, and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).

                              Do you have to go through all that if you are a peace officer ?
                              I'm with NYSDOCS
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                              The C.O song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9xP3strmDw

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