Should you appeal an NYPD Psychological Disqualification?
After the initial frustration and disappointment and heartbreak of receiving a 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?
This podcast discusses some of the answers to that question. 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 actually 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.
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