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NYPD DISQUALIFICATION ELIGIBLE LIST EXPIRATION CALL DCAS HELPLINE 212-669-1357

Posted in Civil Service, Disqualification Success Stories, NYPD disqualification appeals attorney
NYPD Disqualification If you are in the hiring process for a New York City Civil Service job and would like to find out when your eligible list expires: Dial 212-669-1357 Press 2 Enter your social security number The DCAS help line will tell you when your list was established and when it will expire. The… Continue Reading

What is meant by “reasonably perform the duties of police officer?”

Posted in Disqualification Success Stories, EBook-Appealing Civil Service Disqualificaitons
  This is the question that was presented in Granelle v.  NYC. The candidate have a spinal condition known as spondylolisthesis. X-rays reveal this condition and he was disqualified from police officer.   After disqualification and exhausting his administrative remedies the candidate appealed to the New York State division of human rights. They made a… Continue Reading

NYPD Psychological Appeals- One chance to choose expert and obtain NYPD records

Posted in Disqualification Success Stories
I am a NYPD disqualification appeals lawyer who has been assisting disqualified NYPD candidates who have received either an Notice of Proposed Disqualification for psychological reasons or a Final Notice of Disqualification for psychological reasons from the NYPD. On the Notice of Proposed Disqualification letter the candidate is given an opportunity to select an expert… Continue Reading

Should you appeal an NYPD disqualification?

Posted in Civil Service, Disqualification Success Stories, NYPD disqualification appeals attorney
Some of the Most  Frequent questions I receive: Should I appeal my Civil Service job disqualification? Well, consider what happens to your chances of being a law enforcement officer if you let a disqualification stand. Most law enforcement agencies are required to conduct an investigation for every exam you take but how authentic will it… Continue Reading

Appealing a Character Disqualification from the NYPD

Posted in Disqualification Success Stories, NYPD disqualification appeals attorney, Uncategorized
I posted this information for disqualified candidates 7 years ago and the information contained in the post is essential to appeal today.  If you receive an NYPD character, NYPD psych disqualification or NYPD medical disqualification call me toll free (888)998-99894 to discuss your case. Appealing a Character Disqualification from the NYPD Posted in Article 78,… Continue Reading

Disqualification for Education and Work Experience Reversed

Posted in Disqualification Success Stories
 Candidate for the position of Stationary Engineer (Electric) was disqualified in February 2011 due to being educated abroad and lack of work experience.  His Appeal for Manifest Error was denied in March of 2011. In October of 2011, due to a detailed breakdown of Candidate’s education and work experience to the New York City Department… Continue Reading

Disqualification for High Blood Pressure Overturned

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Nassau County Police Officer candidate failed to meet the Municipal Police Training Council standard for blood pressure and was disqualified in August 2013.  The candidate suffered from White Coats Syndrome which is an elevated blood pressure in a clinical setting.  Candidate had no history of hypertension with his primary physician.  The Nassau County Civil Service… Continue Reading

Nassau County Police Department Disqualification for Blood Pressure Overturned

Posted in Disqualification Success Stories
 Nassau County Police Officer candidate failed to meet the Municipal Police Training Council standard for blood pressure and was disqualified in August 2013.  The candidate suffered from White Coats Syndrome which is an elevated blood pressure in a clinical setting.  Candidate had no history of hypertension with his primary physician.  The Nassau County Civil Service… Continue Reading