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Suffolk County Police

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Suffolk County Police Exam June 15, 2019
Application period now through April 17th, 2019
Note: You must apply on your own for this exam on the Suffolk County Dept. of Civil Service during the filing period and separately from the classes

Our Suffolk County Police Exam Classes

Our class is a three session preparatory course to help prepare you for the Suffolk County Police Officer Exam. The class will cover each section of the Suffolk County Police Exam including all cognitive ability assessment, required reasoning ability, work, school life experience questions and questions addressing personality traits that are associated with successful performance of law enforcement duties.

Our classes will also give you information on the entire hiring process including the background investigation, physical ability test, psychological evaluation and oral interview. Make sure you read through any FAQ’s and make sure you meet the minimum requirements to become a Suffolk County Police Officer.

Tuition

$459.00 for our 3 session preparatory course. Payable with Non- refundable deposit of $179.00 the balance of $280.00 is to be paid in the first class.

Locations

We will have classes available on in Suffolk County, Nassau County and Queens.

Minimum Requirements

Age:

In order to take the exam to become a Suffolk County Police Officer Officer you must be at least 19 yrs. old and must not have reached your 35th birthday on or before the date of the exam. You will not be appointed to the job however; until you are 21 years of age.

Note: You may deduct up to 6 yrs. from your current age to reach your maximum age requirement for each yr. of satisfactory active military duty performed.

Education

You must have a high school diploma or GED- NO College Credits Required to become a Suffolk County Police Officer.

Residency

Must be a resident of New York City, Nassau, or Suffolk Counties.


License

You must possess a valid New York State drivers license at the time of appointment to the job (not needed to take the written exam).

Citizenship

You must be a US Citizen at the time of appointment to the job (not needed to take the written exam).

​Salary

Starting Salary $42,000 during the academy and increases incrementally to $111,506 after 12 years.

Benefits

Full salary and benefits during entire training period.

Night shift payments.

All uniforms and equipment are supplied by the Department.

Yearly uniform cleaning allotment

Paid family dental, optical and medical plans.

Thirteen (13) paid holidays.

Fifteen (15) paid vacation days first year of service, increasing to twenty-seven (27) days after five (5) years of service

Thirteen (13) sick days first year of service, increasing to twenty-six (26) days after the first three (3) years of service; Unused sick days are cumulative

Three (3) paid personal days first year of service, increasing to five (5) days after three (3) years of service.

*Pension plan. Members are eligible for retirement after twenty (20) years of service at 50% of five (5) year final average salary. Vested retirement plan after ten (10) years.

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