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    Quote Originally Posted by coldblood92 View Post
    im confused too
    I can't tell. It doesn't really say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner09 View Post
    You guys are confusing me. So you're saying that ONLY if you're a vet you sign over access?
    i'm not positive but i think you are forced to sign an authorization allowing them access to all medical records as part of the medical/background investigation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jukez View Post
    LMAO...im done....im done
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    Quote Originally Posted by john_smith1 View Post
    Theres a seperate section to list anything that was dismissed or any other result than conviction.

    No there is'nt..only if it was an arrest. A summons without an arrest and/or conviction need not be listed. However, ALL arrest must be listed no matter what the outcome was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mannyjay View Post
    Military folks, did you guys list your military service under the "Employment" section even though there is a separate section dedicated to "Military Service" ?
    No. There is a seperate sheet for military, so i would only place it there, if not just to show that you can follow directions but i dont think they would shake their heads if you mention it twice.

    However, i have 3 years active duty and 5 years National Guard. So i placed the National Guard info in the employment section and saved the active duty info for the actual militart sheet.

    There is a section at the bottom of the military form which ask if you are CURRENTLY national guard or reserve only. I was released from Guard duty in 2010 which is why i placed Guard duty in the employment section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiderneck30 View Post
    No. There is a seperate sheet for military, so i would only place it there, if not just to show that you can follow directions but i dont think they would shake their heads if you mention it twice.
    I'm not disagreeing with you, but if you read page 6 of the CPD Guide lines it says " Start with your present job and work back to the time you left high school. Do not omit any jobs or required information."

    So to me that would mean to include military under the employment section as well as under the military section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zachryw2001 View Post
    I'm not disagreeing with you, but if you read page 6 of the CPD Guide lines it says " Start with your present job and work back to the time you left high school. Do not omit any jobs or required information."

    So to me that would mean to include military under the employment section as well as under the military section.
    Im sure they wont care if you mention it in both places, but they usually reserve those pages for civilian employment. Military service always requires a different section for job applications like these. Regular civilian job applications rarely seperate military from civilian work history. But it definetely helps to have a seperate page for military if you have a long history of civilian employment to list as well i.e more than 8 civilian jobs.
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    Had a lot of jobs so i know alot about applications lol
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    As I recall, you will have to sign something affirming that all of the information you've written down is truthful and accurate in regards to your medical history, and that they are allowed to see your records if needed. I don't know if they automatically look, but I'm 99% sure that they require you to give them permission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiderneck30 View Post
    Had a lot of jobs so i know alot about applications lol
    Only military for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zachryw2001 View Post
    Only military for me.

    Ive been out there working since 1998 so i got quite a few civilian jobs to list. Mostly part time security jobs before and after the military. Electric work has always been my main gig though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiderneck30 View Post
    Ive been out there working since 1998 so i got quite a few civilian jobs to list.
    I was only 11 lol
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    Question for the guys going through the process right now and pertaining to your medical history. Do you need to list your current doctor because I kinda don't have one. As a matter of fact I haven't been to a doctor since I was in high school, I think. I'm 28 so it's been a while. I went to the hospital once a couple of years ago because I had severe tooth pain on Thanksgiving but that was just receding gums which sensodyne fixed so I don't think that would keep me off the job. But can my lack of habing a doctor or being to the doctor in the past several years cause me any problems come investigation time ?
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    Just pick a doctor if you have coverage and go get a physical, FDNY or not, always good to get one.

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    Great new Merit Matters article, really informative on the PH issue, as well as the new mentorship program.

    http://meritmattersusa.blogspot.com/...k-wrought.html
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    FDNY pairing mentors up with people of the same race is not helping matters like the article said. I could care less who my mentor is, as long as that ff helps me out when I need it.
    BTW, there should be a lawsuit, merritt matters, etc. thread. This way, your post won't get lost in this thread, instead this one can be a information thread for Exam #2000, and you have your own to post and vent. Just a thought.....
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    That merit matters article is extremely good as always. It's getting juicer each time.

    Did any one answer the question on wether herniated Discs that are not longer a problem are a DQ?
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    Anyone have a clue till what list number the list was reached????

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    The sent packets out to everyone through a 103 so list number wise it was somewhere in the 700's.
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