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Wards Island
New York, NY 10035

Phone: (917) 492-7126
NYCRECRUIT@troopers.ny.gov

Counties in Patrol Area: New York City

Tpr. Edin J. Herrera Tpr. Edin J. Herrera
Hello, I'm Trooper Edin Herrera. Prior to joining the New York State Police I worked as a senior editor for a publishing company in the state of NJ. In 2000, I decided to take on a new challenge and become a trooper. No other decision has had such an impact on my life as the one I made then. That decision has allowed for me to have a positive impact on the lives of countless individuals. It has also given me the opportunity to assist in the relief effort of such disasters as the World Trade Center and Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Giving back to the community has always been my desire. In joining the New York State Police I can honestly say that my desire has been fulfilled.
Tpr. Al A. Vasquez Tpr. Al A. Vasquez
Hi my name is Al Vasquez. I am currently assigned to the New York City Recruitment Office. It has been a pleasure serving the New York State Police for the last seven years. As a new Trooper I was assigned to Westchester County, both town and highway patrols. I have also served as a School Resource Officer placed to assist the students with everyday challenges.

The State Police has also allowed me to be a role model in my Bronx community. In my free time I volunteer at my old high school DeWitt Clinton. I assist the soccer team and share my experiences with their Air Force Cadets. During my time of service with the State Police, I was able to complete my bachelor's at Lehman College and am currently seeking Grad School. The dream is real!"

Latest Troop News

The first wave of Candidates within the ranking of 2000 will receive a formal invitation to report to the Initial Processing at the New York State Police Academy in Albany,NY. The Initial processing is scheduled for Saturday April 5 thru Sunday April 6 2014. The first wave of candidates have now become eligible to attend a local 2 hour candidate processing seminar. The Processing Seminar will be held at the following locations. Email or phone 845-677-7378 to request a location and to receive seating confirmation.

  • March 22, 24, 2014. (9-11a)(11-1p)(1:30p-3:30p)
    Cornell Univ, Cooperative Extension
    2715 Rt 44, Millbrook, NY 12545
  • March 29, 2014. (11-1p)(1-3P)
    Troop NYC
    1 Wards Island, NY, NY. 10035
  • March 31, 2014. (9-11a)(11-1p)
    John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    524 West 59th Street, Rm 9.64
    New York City, NY 10019

This Processing Seminar is designed to provide information that may be beneficial during the competitive process. This is also an opportunity to have all employment concerns addressed. REGISTRATION IS STRICTLY VOLUNTARY AND THE CANDIDATE DOES NOT NEED TO ATTEND THIS SEMINAR TO CONTINUE ELIGIBILITY FOR REPORTING TO THE STATE POLICE ACADEMY ON April 5, 2014.

Formal Invitations for the first wave of candidates should be received NLT 3/24/2014.

Recruitment/HR:Holloway
2541 ST RT 44,
Salt Point, NY 12578
(845)-677-7378

Recuiters will be recuiting at:

  • March 13 & 14 - The ASIS Security Expo, Jacob Javits Convention Center
  • March 19 - Borough of Manhattan Community College Career Fair

Please be advised that Trooper Candidate Processing will take place the weekend of April 5th and 6th, 2014, at the New York State Police Academy in Albany, New York. The New York State Police will be inviting the top 2000 candidates for this processing phase. All candidates are reminded to make sure their information is current and accurate in the Trooper Examination System.

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