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Tag Archives: Disqualification

NYPD Disqualification NOPD

Posted in Disqualification Success Stories, NYPD character disqualification, NYPD disqualification, NYPD disqualification appeals attorney
The first notice you will receive when you are NYPD disqualified is a Notice of Proposed Disqualification or NOPD.  You will have 30 days to respond to this NOPD.  It is recommended that you consult with an attorney to protect your rights and make the most compelling arguments to increase your chances to get a… Continue Reading

NYPD Disqualification Appeal-from the old days.

Posted in Disqualification Success Stories, NYPD character disqualification, NYPD disqualification, NYPD disqualification appeals attorney
Brown v. Krone, 47 Misc. 2d 890, 263 N.Y.S.2d 385 (Sup. Ct. 1965), aff’d,25 A.D.2d 954, 271 N.Y.S.2d 600 (1966) Proceeding to compel restoration of petitioner’s name to police patrolman eligibility list. The Supreme Court, held that it was unreasonable, arbitrary and capricious to base removal of applicant’s name from list on his plea of guilty to offense… Continue Reading

What are the rights of disqualified NYPD Candidates?

Posted in Disqualification Success Stories, NYPD character disqualification, NYPD disqualification, NYPD disqualification appeals attorney
DCAS is New York City’s personnel department.  DCAS has delegated the task of investigating applicants to the NYPD.  You can appeal your NYPD disqualification.  Applicants who are disqualified from appointment may challenge an agency’s findings on the grounds that such findings were made in bad faith or were arbitrary and capricious.     There are… Continue Reading

NYC provisionals get “Qualified Incumbents Exam”

Posted in Civil Service, Employment Law, NYPD disqualification appeals attorney
Governor Cuomo signed a bill to allow provisional City workers a one time opportunity to take a “Qualified Incumbents Exam” and become permanent in their title.  This exam would be given as long as there were no upcoming open competitive examination for that title. This bill seeks to reduce the number of provisionals working in… Continue Reading

Nassau PD physical test disqualification upheld

Posted in Employment Law
  Thursday, July 15, 2010 An administrative determination will be sustained by the court unless it is shown to be arbitrary or capricious and without a rational basis   An administrative determination will be sustained by the court unless it is shown to be arbitrary or capricious and without a rational basis Pereira v Nassau… Continue Reading