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If you received a Psychological, Medical or Character/Background Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD), DO NOT GIVE UP!

Let Kevin Sheerin and his experienced staff guide you through the appeal process and help you get your disqualification reversed. Our firm has over 20 years of experience in appealing disqualifications and we have helped many clients successfully

If you received a NYPD Psychological Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD), do not lose hope. You have options!

Kevin Sheerin, and his experienced team are available to help you appeal the decision and increase your chances of getting your disqualification reversed. Don’t let this disqualification hold you back from landing your dream job. Contact Kevin

Don’t let a Psychological Disqualification ruin your dream of becoming a NYPD Police Officer. If you believe that being a NYPD Police Officer is the job you were meant to do, you must fight for it! The appeal process can be confusing and overwhelming, but with the help of Kevin Sheerin, an expert civil service

When a NYPD Candidate is psychologically disqualified, they are provided the opportunity to Withdraw from the NYPD Application Process. However, what most Candidates do not know and/or understand is that if they exercise this right to Withdraw, their psychological file (and the psychological disqualification therein) will remain a permanent part of their NYPD file, and

If you have received a NYPD psychological disqualification, you should take action quickly, as waiting can either hinder or preclude you from appealing this decision. Most of the hiring agencies (i.e.: NYPD, NYC Corrections and Nassau County Police Department) have only a small window of time (generally between 15-30 days) for you to begin the

All NYPD Candidates must go through the Psychological Evaluation process, and some will receive a psychological disqualification after going through such process. There are numerous reasons why a Candidate might receive a psychological disqualification. It could be that the NYPD Psychologist felt the candidate had psychological issues that would adversely affect their ability to effectively

If a Candidate receives a Psychological Disqualification, they can file an appeal in an effort to have that decision reversed. Disqualification Letters are sent to Candidates via regular mail or email. A Candidate only has a small window of time to take action (usually 30 days) if they would like to appeal. If a Candidate

As part of the NYPD screening process, Candidates are required to go through a Psychological Evaluation. As a result, Candidates are sometimes disqualified based on a response, action or some other factor which made the Evaluator decide that the Candidate is psychologically unsuitable for the position. This decision does not mean that the Candidate is

Employment as a NYPD Police Officer can be one of the most rewarding occupations with many financial perks and benefits. However, becoming a member of the NYPD is not for everyone, as it requires many unique skillsets. Police Officers must be able to cope well under extreme pressure, think fast on their feet, control their