NYPD psych disqualification

Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinCandidates may have an overflowing inbox with 25, 50 or 100 emails a day.  If you miss a Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) email for a NYPD psychological disqualification or a Notice of Disqualification (NOD), and you do not respond within 30 days, your appeal may be dismissed.

Candidates may claim, “I never got it!”,

New 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,

A police officer must first file an appeal with the NYC Civil Service Commission before filing an Article 78 under the doctrine of “exhaustion of remedies.”

A hiring agency may disqualify a candidate up to three years after hiring the candidate.  The three year limit does not apply if fraud was used in the application

If you receive a Psychological Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) from the NYPD, you have 30 days to decide whether you would like to appeal.

If you do not take action, the disqualification will most likely affect your chances of ever being hired by other law enforcement agencies.

The good news is that the NYPD

If you are psychologically disqualified from the NYPD Police Officer title you will receive a Notice of Proposed Disqualification by email.  You have thirty days to appeal this NOPD.  You should hire an attorney and designate a psychologist to help you file a rebuttal report which will be sent to the NYPD Candidate Assessment Division.

New York City’s Department of Administrative Services writes, administers and grades Civil Service Exams.
A Notice of Examination states the job requirements for a civil service title.
A Civil Service job candidate when filling out the application, which is often online, you should keep the job requirements in front of them as they fill out