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04-20-08, 10:44 PM #21
New York City Police Department
The academy is 6 months long. You train Monday through Friday during either day tours from 0705 to 1540 or nights from 1500 to 2335. You can go home each night. MTAPD also sends their recruits to the NYCPD academy.
New York State Police
The academy is 26 weeks long. It is a residential academy and you must stay at the academy from Sunday night until Friday afternoon/night.
Small departments in New York generally send their recruits to a regional or county run academy. They are all approximately 6 months long and many of them are stay at home. They are all paramilitary in structure, but some are more intense than others."never bring paws to a gunfight" - Jenna
04-21-08, 01:59 PM #22
04-22-08, 08:19 PM #23Officer First ClassVerified LEO
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Our academy is a regional, multijurisdictional academy and you go home at night. Good for people like me. I joined the Marines once. I didn't reenlist for a reason.
04-24-08, 08:59 AM #24
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04-25-08, 05:47 AM #25
We stayed at ours from 7am-4pm M-F.
Don't think I'd have liked the residential style!
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