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FIRST MASS STATE/CITY/T-POLICE AND NOW NYPD......nice.

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University of Massachusetts - Boston Campus
Saturday, November 22, 2008 at 11:00 AM
McCormack Building
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125

*Registration is not required for the exam; however, seating is limited and on a first come first served basis so arrive early. ID required.

If Unable to Attend - Take the Next NYPD Exam in New York City

The NYPD announces another new salary contract for Police Officers and total compensation will be $90,829 before overtime, after 5 ½ of service.

A CAREER WITH A FUTURE

Why should you consider a career as a Police Officer? Aside from the benefits and stability that surpass what many industries are providing today, the police profession offers a variety of work assignments, and unlimited growth opportunities. This is a career that doesn't tie you to a desk; in fact it allows you to be part of the community, meeting people and resolving real world problems.


A CAREER WITH A VERY COMPETITIVE SALARY

Police Officers receive full pay and benefits from their first day of recruit training. The January 2009 Police Academy class will have a starting salary of $40,361 and goes to $41,975 on August 1, 2009.

The salary schedule (per annum) for Police Officers hired during the January 2009 class will be:

Base Pay: Total Compensation:
ž Academy Jan. 2009 $40,361 $43,062
ž August 1, 2009 $41,975 $46,288
ž After 1½ years $43,644 $48,173
ž After 2½ years $48,779 $53,819
ž After 3½ years $53,270 $58,786
ž After 4½ years $56,609 $62,455
ž After 5 years $56,609 $69,005
ž After 5½ years $76,488 $90,829

The base pay will increase every year to $76,488 after 5½ years. When including base pay, longevity pay, night shift differential, holiday pay, and uniform allowance, a Police Officer will earn $90,829 before overtime after 5½ years of service.

This contract expires on July 31, 2010 and future contracts will be negotiated between NYC and the PBA.

A CAREER WITH EXCEPTIONAL BENEFITS

ž 10 Paid vacation days during first & second year
ž 13 Paid vacation days during third, fourth & fifth year
ž 27 Paid vacation days after 5 years of service
ž Excellent promotional opportunities
ž Unlimited sick leave with full pay
ž A choice of paid medical programs
ž Prescription, dental, and eyeglass coverage
ž Annuity fund
ž Deferred Compensation Plan, 401K and I. R. A.
ž Optional retirement at ½ salary after 20 years of service
ž Annual $12,000 Variable Supplement Fund (Upon retirement)
ž Annual banking of $12,000 Variable Supplement Fund after 20 years of service (If not retiring)

A CAREER WHERE YOU CAN ADVANCE

Every Police Executive started as a Police Officer and Police Officers develop expertise in everything from computers to community organization. With over 300 Specialized Units, there are no glass ceilings or dead ends. You can go as far as your willingness and determination will take you. Many of our officers become specialists in Aviation, Highway Patrol, Emergency Services, Crime Scene Analysis, Criminal Investigations, Drug Enforcement, Detective Bureau and much more. The skills you'll learn, the growth you'll experience and the benefits you'll earn will truly last a lifetime.

AFTER THE WRITTEN TEST. . . you must pass:

Medical examination (including a drug screening test)
Psychological examination
Physical agility examination
Background & character investigation

THE DAY YOU ARE HIRED… you must:

ž Be a United States Citizen
ž Be at least 21 years old
ž Have 60 college credits with at least a 2. 0 GPA or 2 years active military experience
ž Have a valid NYS driver's license without restrictions
ž Not have been convicted of a felony
ž Be a resident of New York City or the counties of Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange or Putnam Counties
 

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For what it's worth to anyone interested, I took the exam in 2004 and it was virtually identical to the 100 question MA pre-banning score civil service exam.

As of last year they still send me postcards. I usually get them on Thursday with instructions to show up at a Bronx address the Saturday two days later at 6:30AM.
 

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I got my score back today. I scored a 94 and it said I was list number 17. Unfortunately I can't go down for processing anytime soon, but I hear they hire based on the date of hire so it's good that I took the test ASAP.
 

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from what I've read on other forums, unless you took the test 4 years ago and the test is about to expire, don't expect to get on anytime soon. 250 in the January academy, probably 250 in the July academy...but I haven't read the threads in a while, it seems like it can change everyday.
 

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New York has cancel the 2010 Jan class, but now they are saying they might still hire 400 new cops. I don't know how that is going to work out unless they put everyone in the 2010 July class or bring back the January class the same way they did for the 2009 class (where they canceled it then brought it back last minute) either way like obie59 and waterpistola i've also read that NY is still calling people who took the test 2 or 3 years ago along with more recent ones (which gives me hope).
 
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