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Appealing a Character Disqualification from the NYPD
Frequently I get calls in my office inquiring about what would disqualifiy a candidate from the NYPD. The NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) is the personnel office for New York City and they make the rules for applicants for NYC positions. On the DCAS website they list the following list concerning factors that may disqualify a candidate from the NYPD:
The following are factors which would ordinarily be cause for disqualification:
Conviction of an offense which indicates lack of good moral character or disposition towards violence or disorder, or which is punishable by one or more years imprisonment.
Repeated convictions of an offense which indicate disrespect for the law.
Discharge from employment as a result of poor behavior or inability to adjust to discipline.
*Dishonorable discharge from the United States Military.
Conviction of an offense for Domestic Violence Misdemeanors.
*A Felony conviction.
Statutory Disqualification (disqualified by law)
The DCAS website overview of the NYPD application process can be accessed by clicking on the following link: www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/html/careers/application_overview.shtml A candidate that receives a disqualification from the NYPD other law enforcement or civil service positions can contact my office to see if an appeal would be appropriate:
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Kevin P. Sheerin is a retired attorney with the NYPD Legal Bureau and understands the Civil Service Law. He is now an experienced private attorney who understands the challenges you face in the difficulties you may have in your court case.VIEW MORE
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Civil Service Employee Discipline Defense
New York Civil Servants have varying degrees of protections. When an employer wants to punish a permanent Civil Servant for misconduct or incompetence, the employee may have the right to challenge the allegations by requesting a Section 75 Proceeding.LEARN MORE
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