Can you get an attorney to help you with a Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) from the NYPD?

The simple answer is yes.

The NYPD has recently started interviewing psychologically disqualified NYPD Police Officer candidates who received a NOPD, after the candidate was evaluated by an independent psychologist and their psychologist submitted an expert report

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

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

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,

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

Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinThe NYPD re-interviews candidates who receive NYPD psychological NOPD emails.  This re-interview most often occurs at NYPD Psychological Services in East Elmhurst.

The only way to get a re-interview is by appealing your NYPD psychological NOPD within 30 days.

Below is a video describing the NYPD disqualification appeal process. Please feel free to call 516-248-3494

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

Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinMay, 2021 – “Kevin Sheerin did an excellent job with my appeal. A straight shooter that gets you to the finish line with ease. Highly knowledgeable and thorough. Reasonably priced and worth every penny. I highly recommend his services!”
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I was found psychologically qualified after a second

This is a short video about the New York City Civil Service Law Section 61, known as the 1 in 3 rule.

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If you have any questions about the 1 in 3 rule, please do not hesitate to call me at 516 248 3494.

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Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinIf you received a Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) in your email inbox you can appeal.  If you receive a NYPD psychological, medical or character/background disqualification, I offer a free consultation.  Please feel free to call 516-248-3494 or email me at kevin@sheerinlaw.com to arrange for your free consultation.  Two factors are crucial in your disqualification

Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinCandidates for NYPD and Nassau County Police Department and other law enforcement agencies may not be aware that the oral psychological exam can be rough.  The examiner, most often a Psychologist, can use an aggressive questioning pattern to find out if the candidate can handle confrontation.  The psychologist may also repeat previously asked questions to