appealing a nypd psychological disqualification

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If you have received a Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) you can appeal. I offer a free consultation if you receive a NYPD Psychological disqualification, medical disqualification or character/background disqualification. Please call 516-248-3494 or email me at kevin@sheerinlaw.com to arrange for a free consultation. There are two factors that are crucial in your disqualification appeal.

Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinNew York City Personnel Services Bulletin 100-10R addresses the process of appealing a civil service job disqualification:

New York State Civil Service Law and the New York City Charter authorized the DCAS Commissioner to disqualify a candidate for medical or psychological reasons.

Throughout my 18 years of experience as a civil service disqualification appeals attorney,

Candidates who fail to provide requested documents during the application process for police officer will have their file marked discontinued.  There is no appeal from a discontinued status.

Candidates that receive a NOPD or Notice of Proposed Disqualification have thirty (30) days to appeal their disqualification.

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To succeed in an appeal it is best to

Disqualified NYPD Police Officer candidates who receive a letter called a “Notice of Proposed Disqualification” (NOPD) and who were disqualified based on psychological issues must file an appeal within 30 days! Failure to file a NOPD appeal and designate an expert to receive your file and prepare a rebuttal appeal report will result in

Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinI am a NYPD disqualification appeals lawyer with more than 18 years of experience. I have been assisting disqualified NYPD candidates who have received either a Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) for psychological reasons or a Final Notice of Disqualification (NOD) for psychological reasons from the NYPD.

On the Notice of Proposed Disqualification letter the

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 your disqualification stand.

Most law enforcement agencies are required to conduct an investigation for every exam you take. But how authentic will it

What are some of the reasons a candidate can be psychologically (psych) disqualified for the NYPD police officer title or other civil service titles?

If a candidate had an IEP (Individual Education Plan) in school, some NYPD psychologists see this as a reason to disqualify a candidate. The NYPD psychologist will ask you to sign

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I have been a New York Civil Service Law Attorney for more than 18 years and I can help you with your disqualification appeal for the NYPD, NYC Police Department; FDNY, Fire Department of NYC; NYC Department of

One of my clients recently was called to a second psychological interview with the NYPD.

The interview lasted 3 1/2 hours.

What can you take from this?

One is that these interviews and processes are not taken lightly. If that wasn’t true no psychologist would spent 3 1/2 hours with the candidate and be that