Waiver extension for class II

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Hopeful2bacop
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Waiver extension for class II

Post by Hopeful2bacop » Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:02 pm

Anyone know if a town can apply for a waiver even after three years if you have been working as a full time class II? I heard if you work full time as a class II and get hired after the three year mark, towns can still apply for a waiver, but I can’t find anything online that confirms that.

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Re: Waiver extension for class II

Post by NLamendola1995 » Thu Nov 30, 2017 12:29 pm

I would contact NJ PTC

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Re: Waiver extension for class II

Post by FLEO1895 » Mon Dec 04, 2017 9:51 am

I have heard of them doing up to 5 yr extensions on a case by case basis, call the PTC

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Re: Waiver extension for class II

Post by maroman88 » Mon Dec 04, 2017 11:08 am

I thought rumor was 4 years if you stay with original department you were hired with.

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Re: Waiver extension for class II

Post by GnarKill67 » Thu Dec 21, 2017 12:13 am

there has been so much back and forth about this over the years. I remember trying to find answers when I was a SLEOII. you can call the PTC all you want and you'll never get the right answer. I don't even think they know. I don't know how some guys even let their waivers get close to expiring unless they're too picky or wait for something which you can never do in this state.

From what I recall, the PTC tightened the regulations to 3 years no exceptions, but of course, they made exceptions. One of which for someone I know, for a unique situation. Either way, yes the rumor was 4 years if you were with the same agency. But once again, thats a rumor.

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Re: Waiver extension for class II

Post by Hopeful2bacop » Wed Jan 31, 2018 5:38 pm

Thanks guys. I’ll post if it comes down to that and how it works out. Still got a little time left on the waiver.

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