TS was a Nassau County Police Officer candidate who was disqualified for cardiac condition and color perception.
Mr. Sheerin established in the Appeal process with expert opinions that candidate was physically competent for the position of a Police Officer. Upon receipt of documented evidence, the Nassau County Civil Service Commission rescinded the disqualification.
TD was an NYPD Police Candidate. Due to an active status in the military candidate was unaware of these infractions on his driving record and could not resolve them immediately due to deployment.
Mr. Sheerin presented this case in front of the New York City Civil Service Commission and established that when Appellant became aware of the infractions, he reported them consistently and credibly. After further consideration, the Commission reversed the disqualification.
PV. was an FDNY candidate. FDNY disqualified candidate due to an abnormal score on his Pulmonary Function Test. Mr. Sheerin established in the Appeal with expert opinion statements that candidate was physically competent for the position and his pulmonary function when initially tested by the FDNY was compromised due to being ill. Upon receipt of documented evidence, the FDNY withdrew their disqualification.
EC was seeking the position of a Firefighter. The FDNY disqualified candidate due to a low score on his Metacholine Challenge Test. Mr. Sheerin established in the Appeal with expert opinion statements that the candidate was physically capable of performing any and all duties of a Firefighter. Upon receipt of the documented evidence, the FDNY withdrew their disqualification.
Joseph T. was a New York City Probation Officer candidate. The New York City Department of Corrections claimed that the candidate had a medical condition, causing his disqualification from employment.
Mr. Sheerin argued the appeal before the New York City Civil Service Commission, and presented expert opinion evidence in favor of the candidate. It was shown to the Commissioners that Appellant suffered from White Coat syndrome which was the reason why his initial testing was irregular. When more testing confirmed that the candidate was in good health, the disqualification was reversed by the Commission.
MF was a Corrections Officer candidate for the Nassau County Department of Corrections. At his initial psychological examination by an agency psychologist he was found not suited for the position.
Mr. Sheerin, working closely with an expert in the field of law enforcement psychological disqualifications, established to the Nassau County Civil Service Commission that the opinions of the agency psychologists were incorrect. After further consideration, the Commission reversed the disqualification.