Often younger people most often men accumulate summones or moving violations for “loud exhaust” or “tinted windows”. These violations accumulate over time and may grow to 5, 10, 15 or even 20 summonses. As the years pass these young people look to get a job with the NYPD or another law enforcement agency. After the application process they receive a Notice of Proposed Disqualification or NOPD. The NOPD states reasons for disqualification: Driving Record, or Criminal Court Summonses.
Then the time comes to explain these summonses. The challenge arises in formulating an explanation for the large quantity of violations. The hiring agency calls this “disrespect for the law.”
If you are being processed for hiring by NYPD or another law enforcement or civil service department you are required to list every arrest or summons you have received in your life. If you omit even one arrest or summons the hiring agency will disqualify you for “omission of pertinent facts.”
Therefore, you should go to the NYS DMV and request a lifetime abstract of your driving record Also you need to go to the Criminal Clerk’s office in any borough where who may have been arrested and get a Certificate of Disposition for your arrest. When you fill out your APD-5 if you omit any important information you will be disqualified and it will be challenging to explain your omissions.
Please call (888)998-9984 if you receive a Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) To discuss your options and the appeal process.
Also if you receive a NYPD psychological disqualification call (888)998-9984 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the facts of your case and how the appeal process works.
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