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  • 2019 UPSTATE New York Deputy Sheriff/Police Officer Exams

    Anyone know which departments current have a test out fro September 2019? I know these ones currently do:
    Livingston County: Deputy Sheriff/Police (Same application)
    Steuben County: Police
    Ontario County: County Police Officer & Police Officer (Different applications)
    Monroe County: Deputy Sheriff/Police (Same application)
    Erie County: Deputy Sheriff & Police Officer (Different applications)

    Anyone want to add?

  • #2
    I believe Orange County is giving their exam also. Last filing date is July 01

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    • #3
      Albany Pd is giving an exam september 14th

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      • #4
        Ulster County , Orange County , City of Newburgh , City of Port Jervis , City of Kingston

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        • #5
          Anyone know how many Orange County sheriffs is looking to hire? Im currently in the NYPD and was looking to transfer. However, I don't know if its even worth transferring contract and salary wise. Anyone have some insight or advice?
          NYPD Exam #4328

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          • #6
            At the very least, always take the exam. You can decide later on if the switch is right for you. If you're a resident of Orange, the sheriff's office actually has a decent contract I believe compared to other police agencies in the county and if you're hired there, they factor in your years of experience to determine your starting pay. I had 5 years on in NYC when I left and I have no regrets.

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            • #7
              Thanks for the reply. I am scheduled to take the exam in September and I was just able to establish residency in the town of Crawford, specifically Pine Bush which I believe is one of the smallest municipalities in Orange. So assuming I do well on the exam, I'd doubt I would get a phone call from them but hey who knows. I love Orange County and although I'm in MTS which is pretty good command, I'd still like to transfer, so im studying using the PTS course and hoping for the best. I heard if you score an 85 and above you have a shot. What makes you not regret leaving the NYPD besides the obvious reasons like bad bosses and being treated like a child? Is there more independence and better QOL?
              Last edited by gkelly007; 07-07-2019, 07:09 PM.
              NYPD Exam #4328

              List number 57*
              APD: Finalized/due on 5/20/16
              Medical:
              Oral psych:
              Written psych:
              BI:
              JST:
              Mini-Med:

              Comment


              • #8
                When you leave the NYPD, you are generally treated like an adult for the most part. You are able to go out there and actually feel like you can do your job without having to watch over your back and wait for the job to screw you. The quality of life alone was worth it when it comes down to taking time off, swapping tours, a District Attorneys office that's at least remotely interested in prosecuting crimes, not getting notified for some mandatory OT detail when you're about to get your RDO's etc. Everyplace pretty much offers 20 year retirement and your city time counts so when I left the city with 5 years, I just had to do the remaining 15. If you score 85 and above you can stand a chance of getting hired. Crawford is small and already probably at their max staffing but you could be canvassed by plenty of other places. One drawback though for the agencies hiring NYPD guys now is that if you resign from the city with less than 3 years I believe, the city will go after the new job to try and recoup the costs of training since the NYPD has been losing guys left and right to other jobs. If you do wind up leaving the NYPD, hang on to your copy of the Exit Interview because NYS DCJS requires certain documents in order to add you to the state registry and the NYPD is absolutely fvcking terrible about furnishing any requests.

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                • #9
                  Time counting up front for pay and in the back for retirement is a great benefit of transferring up there. Is there a decent amount of OT? One thing i did hear is that your OT is not pensionable up there but i'm not sure if that's true. But the good thing is I will hit 3 years in January so hopefully that will help me if I do reach the hiring process. I doubt I would be hired before then if the exam is in September. Crossing my fingers I do well on this one.
                  NYPD Exam #4328

                  List number 57*
                  APD: Finalized/due on 5/20/16
                  Medical:
                  Oral psych:
                  Written psych:
                  BI:
                  JST:
                  Mini-Med:

                  Comment


                  • TheSlammer
                    TheSlammer commented
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                    If you havent yet, check out the Barrons prep material. Its worth the $10-12 on amazon.

                  • gkelly007
                    gkelly007 commented
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                    Just ordered it thank you.

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