Special Assignment Pay Nypd Traffic Ticket

School Safety Agent (Current Employee) –  New York, NY – March 12, 2018
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A typical day at work is making sure their's a safe environment for the kids. The job is very easy going as long as your doing your job. I Love working overtime because I get to watch the kids engage in a lot of activities.
DETECTIVE 2ND GRADE (Former Employee) –  new york , ny – March 12, 2018
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People make the experience all depends were you work. I enjoyed difficult work in not very good conditions more than easy jobs in ideal conditions because of the people.
you never know where the day leads you
young inecperienced supervisors
fast pace work environment
Supervisor (Former Employee) –  Organized Crime Division – March 9, 2018
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Extrefull place to work, and does have a pretty fast pace for those who like to work. Great benefits. Management need to improve. The hardest part of the job is to be away from family, specially during holidays, birthdays. Overall, I am honored to be part of this police culture.
Great Benefits, lost of overtime, and promotions
Traffic Agent (Current Employee) –  Bronx, NY – March 7, 2018
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In my opinion a Traffic Agency should be trained to carry some type of weapon being that you encounter different situation were civilian would try to hurt you. I also believed they should be able to received a pay increase.
POLICE ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE (Current Employee) –  Brooklyn, NY – March 6, 2018
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As a Personal Banker in our Branch Banking team, you are at the forefront of delivering an exceptional customer experience. You’ll maintain long-lasting, meaningful relationships with customers, resolving customer issues, engaging them to understand their financial needs and providing thoughtful solutions that make a real difference in making their lives more convenient.
Police Administrative Assoc. (Former Employee) –  New York, NY – March 1, 2018
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Police Administrative Assoc.
-Gathered information from victims and witnesses
-Managed attendance records - vacation, sick, and special leave
-Assigned patrol sectors to officers -Scheduled special assignments
-Prepared departmental correspondence and documents
-Issued Police Reports
Youth Affairs Police Officer (Former Employee) –  New York, NY – February 28, 2018
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Best place to work. supportive leadership with multiple opportunities for advancement. Great if you like to work with community and families.Great pay and compensation.
Great salary, health insurance and retirement
Challenging work duties and good location.
Police Administrative Aide (Former Employee) –  New York, NY – February 27, 2018
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A typical day included interviewing walk-ins,writing reports,inputting my reports and reports submitted by police officers, making and receiving calls and retrieving data. I learned police specialized computer programs,interviewing skills,crime data, effective phone skills. Management was well organized and adherent to guidelines. Workplace culture was influenced by hierarchy. The hardest part of the job was the heavy workload: my section was chronically understaffed. The most enjoyable part of the job was the opportunity to serve people of diverse cultures.
could take time off for personal needs.
no time for breaks and some loud mouthed officers.
Do your Homework about this job
Certified Law Enforcement Officer under C.A.L.E.A (Former Employee) –  New York, NY – February 26, 2018
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It can be exactly the job you have always been looking for or it can be a job that ruins your career in law enforcement. If you have always wanted to be a cop try to be a cop somewhere else.
Productive work environment
Police Officer (Former Employee) –  New York, NY – February 23, 2018
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Fulfilling career,constantly evolving,serving the community,the benefits are great. Opportunities to advance,the relationships formed will last a lifetime.
Sergeant (Former Employee) –  New York, NY – February 23, 2018
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I joined the NYPD as a police Cadet in 1993 while in college. After graduating from John Jay College of Criminal Justice I was promoted Police Officer, Then was assigned to OCCB Organized Crime Control Borough, Then was Promoted to Detective where i was assign to the OCCB Narcotics Division, then I was promoted to Sergeant 2006 then i was assign to the nypd Intelligence Division as a Detective Sergeant. In 2015 After Twenty Two Years of Service I Retired with Full Benefits including my good Guy Letter and my Firearms.
Commanding Officer (Current Employee) –  New York, NY – February 22, 2018
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Work for the NYPD for 21+ years. Overall a great career choice. I worked in various capacities and have enjoyed all my assignments that I have had. I have also enjoyed working with the community to help reduce crime and quality of life concerns.
Sr. Police Admin. Aide (Former Employee) –  Brooklyn, NY 11225 – February 22, 2018
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A typical day: once you learn your job, you day can be busy and concentrated, but you can have moments of smiles and laughter as you do your work. But, you need to be committed to doing that job you're assigned and to do it to the best of your ability.

The hardest part: when there are times your section can be undermanned and you have to pick up the slack. Sometimes people are expected to do the job of two or more.

The most enjoyable part of the day: for me it was the start of the day, when I'd go through all the work and get it sorted and ready for the day.

Management: each precinct, division, unit is different. And your management personnel can transfer out so you have to get used to a new supervisor. Remember to treat supervisor with courtesy and respect and you should do well.

What I learned is that I can do any job I'm assigned!
Many friendships made, good positions, interesting situations to learn from
Sometimes you can be swamped with work.

Browse this page to learn about traffic fines and penalties, paying your ticket, and what to do if you've lost your traffic ticket.

NOTE: In most of New York, non-criminal traffic tickets are processed by the localcity, town, or villagecriminal or traffic courts, not the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). However, in New York City, and Rochester, the Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB) of the NY DMV will handle your ticket.

Traffic Ticket Fines and Penalties

Traffic fines in New York and other costs associated will depend on various factors, such as the:

  • Type of violation.
  • Number of points on your driving record.
  • Court handling your case.
  • County where you received the ticket.

Typically, your fine amount will be listed on your traffic ticket. However, if a NY State Police officer ticketed you, you'll need to call the court handling your case or the TVB for the total amount.

Your fine amount will depend on the severity of your offense and the type of ticket you received (e.g., speeding ticket, red light ticket).

NOTE: If you accumulate 6 points or more on your driving record within 18 months, you will be subject to additional fines and penalties. Our NY Point System page has more information.

If you're a commercial driver, see Fines & Penalties for Commercial Drivers below.

Pay a Traffic Ticket in New York

The method to pay your traffic ticket will depend on where you received the ticket. If you received it in Buffalo, Rochester, or New York City, you will have a TVB ticket.

You can pay this traffic ticket:

  • Online.
  • In person before a judge or clerk.
  • By phone.
  • By mail.

If you have non-TVB traffic ticket, check your ticket for payment options or contact the traffic court responsible.

For more information, see our Paying Traffic Tickets page.

NOTE: Traffic tickets can result in points added to your driving record. Points may be removed by completing a state-approved defensive driving course. For more information, please visit our DMV Point System page.

Fight a NY Traffic Ticket

If you plan to fight your traffic ticket in New York, you must file your appeal within 30 days of receiving the ticket, as you could face an automatic conviction and be required to pay the fine.

NOTE: Consider hiring a traffic ticket attorney if your ticket indicates you must submit your plea in person.

You'll either be dealing with your local courthouse or the Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB). If your ticket is handled by the TVB, you can plead not guilty bymail, inperson, or online. Instructions can be found on the back of your ticket.

Options to plead guilty to a non-TVB traffic ticket will vary depending on the court handling your case.

If you lose your traffic ticket appeal, you may want to complete traffic school or a defensive-driving course.

For more information, please visit our How to Fight a Traffic Ticket in New York page.

Check Your Driving Record

Car insurance companies can increase your premiums if you accumulate points on your driving record? Sometimes, all it takes is one speeding ticket to send your rates through the roof.

Check your driving record to make sure it's accurate and you aren't paying more than you should be.

Lost Your Traffic Ticket?

If you have a TVB traffic ticket, you can request a replacement traffic ticket on the TVB website.

If your traffic ticket is not handled by the TVB, you will need to contact the local county, city, town, or village traffic court where you received the citation.

A list of courthouses can be found online.

Fines & Penalties for Commercial Drivers

If you receive a traffic ticket in New York as a commercial driver, you must notify your employer within 30 days of conviction. You must also notify the NYS DMV, within 30 days, of convictions that occur out of state.

For more details about points and suspensions for CDL drivers, please visit our DMV Point System and CDL Suspension pages.

Major Traffic Violations

If you commit a serious traffic violation, you may face a driver's license suspension or revocation in addition to a heavy fine.

You can find more details on our DUI/DWI and Suspended License pages.

If you're facing a conviction for a major violation, you may want to consider hiring a traffic attorney who can guide you through the process.

NY Traffic Tickets: Frequently Asked Questions

Didn't find what you're looking for? Our Traffic Ticket FAQ page has more information on topics, such as:

  • Tickets for minors with learner's permits.
  • Defensive driving courses.
  • Hiring a traffic ticket attorney.

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