Subject: LEE 2019 Testing Cycle UPDATE
The New Jersey Civil Service Commission (NJCSC) just released an update indicating that the next Law Enforcement Exam (LEE) cycle will NOT be formally announced until some time in 2019.
This is a significant announcement, as the current results (eligible’s pool) from the 2016 cycle will now remain active throughout 2018, and into, if not through all of 2019 until the next set of results are released some time in late 2019 or 2020.
Dr. David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Chief of Police – Ret.) is actively tracking which exam the NJCSC will be using for the 2019 LEE cycle. The contracted test-writing company, EB Jacobs (Pennsylvania), was purchased by PSI (California/Nevada) in September of 2017. The previously administered exam, the LEAB-II by EB Jacobs, is being evaluated under the new company’s philosophy on exam construct and scoring, so changes are expected before the 2019 test.
Dr. Paprota is actively tracking the changes as the exam is being administered under PSI around the country for other police jurisdictions.
CCS Test Prep® is actively preparing candidates in other states, so Dr. Paprota is remaining up-to-date on every change made in both the exam structure and scoring. The staff at CCS Test Prep® looks forward to training NJ candidates to achieve excellence for the 2019 LEE cycle. CCS Test Prep® classes will be scheduled once the exam is formally announced.
Notices will be posted to keep everyone updated as new information is available.
Candidates are always encouraged to monitor the CCS Test Prep® UPCOMING TESTS page to see what current testing opportunities (and prep programs) are available for individual non-civil service police department exams and Alternate Route (Police Academy) Programs around New Jersey.