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  • C02191996
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    Sup buddy, I am re eligible to apply for my dream department lol after y’all said it wouldn’t happen.

  • CCCSD
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    He won’t listen. He thinks he knows more than all the Real Working Cops on here.

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  • ateamer
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    Apply elsewhere. Your dream agency is always just a chief’s retirement away from being the worst department to work for.

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  • L-1
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    You can appeal everything,. The question is, do you have legitimate grounds to do so? Go back and read my post. Does your reasons for appeal meet either of the two criteria I listed? If they do, you have a shot. If they don't (and based on what you've posted they do not) you'll just be spinning your wheels and getting nowhere.

  • C02191996
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    Ha ha good one. Thanks man. I appreciate it. It’s easy for you to say because you’re already in, put yourself in my shoes

  • Iowa #1603
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    No they do not owe you an explanation.............

    However I will give you one ................unlawful use of prescription medication is a felony. You admitted to that felony

  • C02191996
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    Figuratively speaking.* because trust me, I’ve heard the **** talk that come out of these officers mouth about other departments and agencies. And it’s pretty true.

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  • C02191996
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    No the problem with most people is that they give up too easy, they let people bring them down, they give up, I don’t give up, why am I going to let a person who is no better or different than me sitting in a office TELL ME I’m not suitable to do the job of a police officer? No body is perfect and everyone has their flaws and has made mistakes when they were young. This is a big deal for me because I actually want to earn my title, work my *** off, sweat beed and cry in this academy. I want to push my self and see what I’m made of not just go to a small school read a damn book for 8 months and get my peace officer license, those guys aren’t humble nor is that title earned and respected.

  • not.in.MY.town
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    Originally posted by C02191996
    Can I still appeal the final decision? Or and request a hearing from a judge?
    Let me save you the trouble. Here's your answer:

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  • Mhefner5
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    No one can “motivate” you. If you don’t meet th me standards then you can’t be hired. The problem is people like you (early 20s) can’t take no for an answer because you think the world owes you something.

  • J2H
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    Probably wouldn't do any good, but you could

  • J2H
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    None of us is into the sunshine and rainbows thing... we are realistic, sarcastic a-holes

  • Mhefner5
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    They only have to give you an explanation on why they didn’t hire you. They don’t have to explain their policies and procedures to you. They didn’t make you go to college either you did that on your own. You don’t meet the requirements to get hired for that agency so your degree is irrelevant.

  • C02191996
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    Can I still appeal the final decision? Or and request a hearing from a judge?

  • L-1
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    Originally posted by C02191996 View Post
    Should I move on or should I not give up on it and show them that I want it? Can I appeal an appraled decision ? Or can I contact the chief or someone above the director ?
    An appeal is not begging for another chance. Things like "But this is my dream job," or "But, I really, really, really want the job," are meaningless (and laughable).

    An appeal is a legal process in which you demonstrate that either:

    1. You did not commit the disqualifying act you are accused of, or

    2. You did commit the disqualifying act, but the criteria for disqualification has no reasonable relationship to the position you are seeking.

    If your situation does not fall within either of the above two categories, do not waste your or the department's time.

    As a side note, an appeal is complicated and not a do it yourself project, There are issues of timeliness, civil service procedure, etc., and you will require the services of an attorney. If you choose to go this route, move quickly. There are usually just a few days after being notified of disqualification during which one may file an appeal. If you fail to do so within that window, you lose your right to file an appeal forever, no matter how badly you want the job.

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