Senior Police Administrative Aide (Former Employee), New York, NY – December 9, 2014
A typical work day would be getting to work on time. Interacting with the public and employees. Assisting with department mail distribution and miscellaneous administrative duties. Answering incoming calls and routed them to the appropriate city agency. Managed day to day roll call within department unit. Performed clerical and data entry duties. Responsible – more... for filing department records. Generated reports, schedules and various correspondences as requested. Maintained office supplies and ensured office equipment operated efficiently. – less
Police Officer (Former Employee), New York, NY – July 9, 2014
Pros: very rewarding and exciting.
Cons: i was laid off.
Each day was different you never knew what was going to happen. The supervisors that were on patrol with you were supportive in any way possible, The hardest thing was that I was laid off due to budget cuts.
Deputy Commissioner, Department Advocate (Former Employee), New York, NY – June 26, 2014
I worked at the KCDA for almost 15 years. I was able to move up the ladder from an assistant district attorney assigned to criminal court to a bureau chief where I supervised 40 people. I also tried over 70 cases many high profile and with complex scientific or medical evidence.
Custodial worker (Former Employee), Queens, NY – June 21, 2014
Pros: breaks, experience
Cons: lack of pay
While being excepted through summer youth explorers program (SYEP) to work at 113th pct I had the privileged to known what goes on behind the law enforcement system. I also observed that while it was a very friendly environment it was also a serious in the sense that all officers never took their work lightly.
Homicide Detective Second Grade 2006-2010 (Former Employee), NY – May 21, 2014
A typical day at work for me was totally different from that of others. Sometimes I would come in and there wouldn't be anything going on or I would be called in the middle of the night for a triple homicide. The detectives that you worked with were top of the line, we usually got a lot done. The hardest part of the job was that sometimes no matter – more... how hard you worked a case, that case would go cold pending further leads. The most enjoyable part of job was giving families some sort of closure so that they could start the process of healing. One other enjoyable part was going home to your family. – less
Safety Officer (Former Employee), New York, NY – April 23, 2014
I was responsible for maintaining the safety of the students and faculty. Making arrests when necessary and completing the necessary paperwork for the Police Department. The most enjoyable part of this job was knowing that the well being of everyone was insured by me.