Essex County Public Safety Academy Alternate Route 2018

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Essex County Public Safety Academy Alternate Route 2018

Post by NJBlue973 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 1:27 pm

Announcement for the 2018 Essex County Police Academy Alternate Route program
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Re: Essex County Public Safety Academy Alternate Route 2018

Post by CCSTestPrep » Tue Feb 27, 2018 5:53 am

The application period officially opened on 2/26/2018 and will close on 5/18/2018 or once 450 applications are submitted.

The link to the application is: https://www.policeapp.com/Entry-Level-E ... -Jobs/658/

Prep info and reg can be found at: http://www.ccstest.com/essex-county-nj- ... test-prep/

The actual test is being administered on Saturday, June 2, 2018.
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Re: Essex County Public Safety Academy Alternate Route 2018

Post by CCSTestPrep » Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:25 pm

Essex County sent out emails today giving notice to those candidates who scored high enough to make it to the physical scheduled for Saturday, September 8, 2018.
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Re: Essex County Public Safety Academy Alternate Route 2018

Post by Areyouthereguad » Sat Sep 08, 2018 5:13 pm

I was blown away by how few candidates there were for this academy. Between people who went to different academies, withdrew from the process for other reasons, didn't show up with a doctor's note, or failed the physical, there were only 24 or 25 of us left at the end of the day. The director said there were 16 slots for each class, so it looks like as long as no one screws the pooch or gets screwed by the psych, everyone should be in the academy by this summer.

Even if they were only filling slots for January (and they said this list was valid for all of 2019), non-military would still have an 11 in 20 chance (55%) of getting a slot in the academy. Much better than Monmouth's 3 in 2000, Bergan's 12 in 30, or Camden's 12 in 25.

I was personally appreciative that they stopped candidates once they reached the required number of sit ups and push ups. Nothing like feeling like you have to do 60 only to get the same "credit" as the guy next to you who barely squeezed out half that. I wish more processes would do the cardio events first; it helps having full stamina for the endurance events at the beginning of the day.

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