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  • BNWS
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    Probably looking for retired guys.

  • Bidstar
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    Fingers crossed! Hopefully they begin processing soon

  • lefty
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    Quiet on my end, hopefully we hear something soon though

  • Bidstar
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    Has anyone who applied received any updates after the announcement closed?

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  • my93rx7tt
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    Hopefully this position is the 20 year retirement and not the regular NYS retirement.

  • Bidstar
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    I was looking the salaries up in the public database, and I saw that investigators at the level one are making 6 figures, now I don't know what is the base salary, that could be because of overtime and other things. I think is worth applying, I'm preparing my application to see if I have a chance.

  • my93rx7tt
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    Anything further on this? Might give it a go but guessing the trainee pay is in the 40s.

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  • vc859
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    Not sure about applying. You need to live in NY at appointment

    No experience is needed for the trainee position

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  • Krisown123
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    Does anyone know if you can apply if you live in New Jersey? Is also no police experience required ?

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  • GoldBadge
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    LOL, me neither.

  • boconnor
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    Any one know starting pay or top pay?

  • vc859
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    I don’t know then. I can try to find out. The announcement did say that they needed to complete the Basic Course for Police Officers so they are at least trained for firearms.

    If they are unarmed then either the regs changed or they were some other position (auditors?, analysts? civil investigators helping on a criminal unit?)

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  • Dinosaur32
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    The investigators I dealt with were not doing defense work. They were actively investigating criminal activity. Perhaps regulations have changed, but I read nothing in the announcement that mentioned any qualifications to carry firearms.
    Last edited by Dinosaur32; 11-01-2020, 05:19 PM.

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  • vc859
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    Originally posted by Dinosaur32 View Post
    Are these “detectives” armed. The last time I dealt with AG investigators at court they were unarmed.
    I believe they are armed. They have two types of investigators. There are the detective investigators who are armed and sworn police officers; then there are civil investigators who are unarmed and hired off of the civil service test (SG-18 Investigative Specialist (Law Dept)). They do mostly defense work; primarily defending DOCCS against inmate lawsuits

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  • Dinosaur32
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    Are these “detectives” armed. The last time I dealt with AG investigators at court they were unarmed.

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