• NYPD Disqualification – Failing to Admit Minor Problems

    One of the major pitfalls made by candidates is failing to admit very minor issues. One example of a minor issue is doing poorly when you first enter college. When transitioning from high school to college, some candidates end up on academic probation. If you go to an oral psychological interview and deny poor performance.

  • BE CAREFUL when Hiring a Psychologist for your Appeal

    Part of the psychological disqualification appeal process is finding a psychologist who will help you make the strongest arguments for your candidacy. If the psychologist is unable or unwilling to acknowledge your accomplishments, good points and strengths or adversities you have overcome, or your persistence in improving despite past difficulties or disabilities, then you must look for.

  • Reasons You May Receive a NYPD Psychological Disqualification

    What you can expect in the NYPD psychological testing process…. The NYPD will give you a written exam consisting of hundreds of questions.  After the examination is scored you will be called to meet with a NYPD Psychological staff member for an oral psychological interview. You may be asked questions about the answers you gave on the.

  • Increase Your NYPD Appeal Success at the Second Interview

    There has been a sharp increase in the percentage of candidates appealing their NYPD NOPD psychological disqualification, and subsequently succeeding at a second interview. However, before you can get a second interview you must first appeal your disqualification. It is imperative that you obtain all of the facts before you act. I am available if you would like.

  • What to Do if You Receive a NYPD Disqualification

    We are here to assist you if you receive a NYPD Disqualification… Feel free to call us at 516-248-0040 or email There is a two step appeal process: The first step in the appeal process is to appeal to the NYPD, who will review your appeal package. In the case of psychological disqualifications you may get a second psychological.

  • NYPD NOPD Disqualifications

    A Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) is the first notice you will receive when you are NYPD disqualified.  You have 30 days to respond/appeal to a NOPD.  It is wise to consult with an attorney to protect your rights and make the most compelling arguments to increase your chances of getting a reversal of your.

  • NYPD Psychological Appeal – 1 Chance to Choose an Expert & Obtain NYPD Records

    With more than 18 years of experience as a NYPD disqualification appeals lawyer I have helped many disqualified candidates who have received either a Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) or a final Notice of Disqualification (NOD) for psychological reasons from the NYPD. The NOPD letter provides the candidate with an opportunity to select and hire their own psychological expert and have.

  • NYPD Hiring Process

  • Appealing a NYPD Psychological Disqualification

    We continue to help candidates who have been disqualified from the NYPD.  For more than 18 years we have assisted candidates who receive letters for NYPD psychological, NYPD medical or NYPD character or background disqualification.  In each of these areas we have had notable success in appealing the grounds for disqualification. It is crucial that you.

  • How to Become a NYPD Police Officer

    Steps to Becoming a NYPD Officer: Meet the minimum qualifications for prospective officers. Take the New York City civil service exam. Complete an online application. Pass the medical exam. Complete the personal character assessment. Complete oral and written psychological assessments. Pass the physical abilities test. Appear for a pre-hire interview. Complete police academy training. Begin working.

  • Can I become a NYPD Police Officer without a HS diploma?

    All prospective NYPD recruits must have a high school diploma/GED, AND either 60 semester hours of college credit or two years of full-time experience in the United States Armed Forces. Those who do not meet these guidelines may be interested in the NYPD’s Police Cadet Corps. This work-study program places cadet recruits in paid NYPD support assignments while providing.