The New Jersey Civil Service Commission (NJCSC) began accepting applications for the 2013 Law Enforcement Entry Level Examination (LEE) on June 4, 2013 and closed the application period at 11:59 p.m. on September 4, 2013. The NJCSC has indicated they are making every effort to administer the 2013 LEE in November to allow for the results to be released in February of 2014. The exam is commonly administered during as many as 90 separate sessions over a three week period in select locations around New Jersey. If all goes as planned, the NJCSC will complete the testing cycle by the end of November 2013.
The official NJCSC examination announcement included the following job titles: Municipal Police Officer, County Police Officer, Park Police Officer, Campus Police Officer Recruit, Police Officer Recruit Human Services, Police Officer Palisades Interstate Park, Sheriff’s Officer, County Correction Officer, and Correction Officer Recruit Juvenile Justice. Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for eligibility in all of the titles listed.
It is essential that candidates properly registered with the New Jersey Civil Service Commission (NJCSC) for the examination prior to the deadline of September 4, 2013. The NJCSC does not accept late applications and the next testing period is not for at least another two full years.
Of course, applying to sit for the actual examination was a critical first step in the process, but just as critical is registering for the Critical Concepts & Strategies (CCS) preparation seminar. Click here to register now for the CSC Entry Level Law Enforcement Exam Preparation Seminar while seating is still available!