School Safety Agent (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – July 21, 2017
This kind of job is very enjoyable. you learn so much. you work mainly with school aged kids. A typical day is pretty much get to work and being alert. management can be a little challenging but I can say I had great supervisors in all the places I was assigned.
Technical Support Aide (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 23, 2017
Atypical day at the New York City Police Department is exciting to me at the time. I understood the concept of being an additional eyes and ears for the company. Once you know the expectations of a boss, you quickly adapt or bail out. Diversity is real, you will be tested.
the pros about working for the NYCDOE is knowledge and assisting others
The negative is that your life is in constand danger
Police Officer / Lead Crime Analyst Detective (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 22, 2017
I definitely enjoyed and missed my career with the NYPD. I've learned so much working in such a diverse workplace culture and environment. I was always proud to go to work, put on my blue uniform, helping people and assist my co-workers! NYPD best in Law Enforcement!
HUMAN RESOURCES ADVISOR / TRAINING BUREAU (Former Employee) – Police Acedemy, NY NY – May 10, 2017
very satisfying to work with NYPD recruits for over a 6 month period and watch the transition from civilian to officer. very good to watch them graduate from the Academy and become strong confident officers who go out to serve our wonderfully, culturally diverse, New York City
attending special events in city
dealing wih difficult supervision, being around death and illness
Police officer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 9, 2017
Nypd great place to work and enhance your life and help others it is a very good learning experience about life and people in general good people to work with it and you have the chance to witness great things and at the same time real bad things
Police Administrative Aide (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 6, 2017
Dealing with all sorts of Police activities, emergencies and situations. Radio dispatching police vehicles, Fire Vehicles etc. The hardest part of the job was a situation that you handled that results in Death.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Lake Worth, FL – May 5, 2017
Working at Nypd Pizza was a good experience. i learned how to plan out my goal ahead of time to reach it in a timley and effecient manner. Working at Nypd also taught me how to handle high stress situations well.
POLICE COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 2, 2017
Working for the NYPD was a great opportunity, interesting work but no real work life balance. The commute also changed from 15 minutes to over 2 hours by train and a little over an hour by car plus the cost of tolls and gas.
Police Administrative Aide (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 2, 2017
a typical day consist of conducting background checks for detainees that's in police custody, to ensure they do not have any warrants or is a wanted fugitive in other states. ive learned how to have empathy and not to judge people because of their wrong doings. ive learned how the court system functions working with lawyers, district attorneys etc. the hardest part of my job was reading the rap sheets because it consist of the detainees present and past crimes committed. my enjoyable parts of the job was working with others as a team to get the job done.I worked with people of many different nationalities as well.
great medical benefits, dental plan, eyecare and pension
Detective, Intelligence Division, Operations Unit (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 25, 2017
NYPD, what else do I need to say, it was my life for 20 years. I became a Detective ans learned valuable skills in investigations, management, personal communications, emergency response, intelligence gathering, threat mitigation and more.
Emergency operator (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – April 19, 2017
Answers telephone calls for assistance coming in via the 911 emergency number : determines nature and priority of emergency: inputs information into computer terminal : revises information already inputted in the computer, transmits information to radio dispatcher, emergency medical services or other response units also refers caller to appropriate city agencies for non emergency assistance; and other related tasks.