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. SheerinIf you are in the hiring process for a New York City Civil Service job and you would like to find out when your eligible list expires:

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The DCAS help line will tell you when your list was established, and when it will expire. The expiration

As a civil service attorney with more than 18 years of experience, I have successfully helped many of my clients win their NYPD disqualification appeal. I can help you too.

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For those interested in a job with the New York State Department of Correctional Services, there is information regarding the psychological screening program for correction officer trainee candidates on line which covers an overview of the screening program, lists the psychological tests administered, and explains the rating system. It also provides a breakdown of the

According to the following in USA TODAY, appointing police agencies are requesting releases from applicants to review their Facebook pages for negative information.  Read the article here

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Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinIn the Matter of Department of Correction v Stanley Saint-Phard…

In this disciplinary proceeding, pursuant to Article 75 of the Civil Service Law, Respondent, a Correction Officer, allegedly used impermissible force against an inmate by dispersing a chemical agent in the inmate’s face and also placed the inmate in a chokehold.

On October 16, 2008,

Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinSometimes younger people (often men), accumulate summonses 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

A 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.  The candidate had no history of hypertension with his primary physician.  The Nassau County