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How Many People Took This Exam? How many passed?


anyone know how many people took this exam and how many passed?



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I would also like to know how many current Lieutenants are eligible to retire. Does anyone know this?
Also does anyone know when the last LBA contract expired?
I see so many Lieutenants that are in their 40s, 50s and 60s with more than 20 years on the job.
How many of these guys are getting Special Assignment pay?

The question is whether this LT list will be the first one cut in how many years ?

Does anyone know when the last time a LT list was cut?



-- Edited by RoboCop1987 on Saturday 14th of September 2019 05:11:04 PM

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Also does anyone know approximately how many people usually pass on promotion and stay a Sgt?
How many people on the list who will end on limited status and not getting promoted?
How many will not have the required college credits?
If anyone knows, please let me know.



-- Edited by Zeph on Saturday 14th of September 2019 08:01:42 PM

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Also does anyone know how how many police officers the department hires on a yearly basis? How many people hired vest out, and how many retire with a full pension? How many of these police officers stay as a police officer and never get promoted? If someone knows please post, thanks.

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Also does anyone know what teams are gonna win this weekend in the NFL and what the scores are going to be?

If anyone knows please let me know . 



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"If a tree fell in a forest and no one is around to hear it, did it make a sound?"



-- Edited by Khalidviet on Sunday 15th of September 2019 01:02:37 AM

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Does anyone know how many people with cavity and those with perfect teeth who will get promoted?
Id also like to know how many of the people who made the list actually voted in the last SBA election?
Please let me know.



-- Edited by Zeph on Sunday 15th of September 2019 02:28:00 AM

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2006 Lt exam was cut in the 800s with a score of 77 or 78 iirc.

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brooklynbacon wrote:

2006 Lt exam was cut in the 800s with a score of 77 or 78 iirc.


 You also have to take into account that the economy was in the dump around that time. No one was leaving and they didnt have this anti police climate we have now. A lot of LT have over 20 years on and you will see a lot of retirements IMO.



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Last number off 2006 was 756 to be exact.

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Recession is coming soon this list will also be cut!!!!

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RoboCop1987 wrote:

I would also like to know how many current Lieutenants are eligible to retire. Does anyone know this?
Also does anyone know when the last LBA contract expired?
I see so many Lieutenants that are in their 40s, 50s and 60s with more than 20 years on the job.
How many of these guys are getting Special Assignment pay?

The question is whether this LT list will be the first one cut in how many years ?

Does anyone know when the last time a LT list was cut?



-- Edited by RoboCop1987 on Saturday 14th of September 2019 05:11:04 PM


This would be the second Lt list that would be cut if it is cut... 



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Thank you for the good information guys.

I'm under 1200 with a score in the 70s. Based on the 2006 List info provided above, anyone under 800 is in trouble.

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RoboCop1987 wrote:

Thank you for the good information guys.

I'm under 1200 with a score in the 70s. Based on the 2006 List info provided above, anyone under 800 is in trouble.


 Youre insane if you dont think they will get 400+ more people in the next 3 years. I think it will easily go above 800s.



-- Edited by Shotsfired on Tuesday 17th of September 2019 11:24:56 PM

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Do any of you guys have any predictions on what number the list will be cut by?

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Close to 3/4 are eligible for retirement. Once the contract settles, you'll see a mass exodus of lt retiring.

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Close to 3/4 are eligible for retirement. Once the contract settles, you'll see a mass exodus of lt retiring.


 We've heard that before... While we are speculating, the economy is expected to begin a downturn next year and these people may never leave.  Who knows?



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How are the contract talks going? Could be years before contract settles and list will expire....right?



-- Edited by Superman on Wednesday 18th of September 2019 01:40:45 PM

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Just my two cents as I went through this on the 2006 Lieutenant list. I wouldn't get too caught up in comparing your list to that one. Each list faces its own set of circumstances. As someone mentioned earlier, IIRC the economy really went down the tank basically at the beginning of promotion from that list. Plus, Ray Kelly overpromoted something like 100 people off the 2003 list (the right thing to do IMO) as it was the last test that included city credit and it wouldn't have been fair to not promote some people that got the same exact score as others that lived in NYC. I'm not sure where your list stands in terms of numbers promoted so far, but it will all depend, as always, on how many people leave the job and how many current lieutenants are promoted. I'm no expert, but I don't see economic conditions getting as bleak as they were ten years ago, that should help with retirements. Good luck to everyone on this list.

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Dont worry a lot of Lts are mentally fatigued. Some orginally wanted to do 25, some are now willing to pull the plug. ICO spot was once a great gig, now they are vacant and filled with rookie LTs.

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