June 26

NYPD Psychological Disqualification Appeals

NYPD Psychological Disqualification Appeals

Among the many questions a disqualified candidate may have the most common question is:

Will I win an an NYPD Disqualification Appeal?

Successful appeals mostly depend on the facts of your case. But having an experienced appeals attorney on your side greatly increases your chances of success. Speaking with someone with 19 years of experience and prior experience with the NYPD Legal Department I would be able to give you an in-depth analysis and insight into your chances.

Can I clear my name? If you had a successful appeal that would clear your name. Ther are are no other name clearing possibilities.

I’ll will this affect me when I apply for other jobs?

A disqualification from the NYPD would be known by all the other law enforcement agencies you apply to. Additionally, other law enforcement agencies will take your fingerprints to get an FBI print out showing the other agency to tried to join. Therefore being dishonest in this process is not really an option.

What if I withdraw?

You can withdraw but the withdrawal does not change the fact that your file from the previous disqualifications will be considered and referred to in the next psychological evaluation process.

If you have any questions you can contact me at 516-248-3494

Email me: kevin@sheerinlaw.com.

 You can visit my website: www.sheerinlaw.com

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Look forward to speaking to you and hopefully helping you in your appeal.

June 21

Should you appeal an NYPD Psychological Disqualification?

Should you appeal an NYPD Psychological Disqualification?

Should you appeal an NYPD Psychological Disqualification?

After the initial frustration, disappointment and heartbreak of receiving an NYPD disqualification and certainly after spending 15 or 20 hours processing at the NYPD Candidate Assessment Division a candidate’s first question is: Should I appeal?

Certainly it will not get any worse if you appeal because you are currently disqualified. Your appeal could get reversed and NYPD disqualifications are getting reversed with increased frequency at second interviews at Lefrak City Plaza or the NYPD Candidate Assessment Division located at 235 E. 20th St.

By not appealing your NYPD disqualification would become permanent. The withdrawal option has a limited value insofar as if your true goal is to be an NYPD Police Officer they will take out that disqualification file that you did not appeal and hold that against you and additionally accuse you of consenting to the disqualification because you didn’t fight back and appeal when you got your first one.

I have been assisting NYPD Psychological Disqualification candidates for 19 years. What I see is candidates with compelling arguments that their disqualification was unjustified are being restored to the eligible list for NYPD Police Officer.

I would be glad to discuss your NYPD disqualification with you during a free consultation.

You can contact me at: by phone: 516-248-0040

By email: kevin@sheerinlaw.com

You can visit my YouTube channel:  Law office of Kevin P Sheerin

My twitter feed is: @dqlawyer

My blog is: civilservice.sheerinlaw.com

June 16

NYPD Psychological Disqualifications, Second Interview Tips

NYPD Candidates who appeal when they receive a NYPD Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) are most frequently getting a second interview and an opportunity to reverse their disqualification. There is very high percentage success rate. One of the most important things is have someone to spend time with you talk about the issues in your case. You can learn tips and techniques and what the key issues are and what the NYPD is looking for in your responses.

An NYPD psychological disqualification appeals attorney can increase your chances of getting further opportunities

By working with someone it’s been in the field for 20 years and knows what can lead to a disqualification will can lead to a reversal of disqualification you’d be well on your way to an NYPD career.

Please give me a call at 516-248-0040. Please visit my website www.sheerinlaw.com