P.T.S. IS THE GOLD STANDARD in Law Enforcement Entrance and Promotion Courses in New York State.
P.T.S. courses provide test takers with everything they need to prepare for their law enforcement civil service examinations. Since 1968, P.T.S. has provided police entrance and promotion training to Police Officer, Deputy Sheriff, Criminal Investigator, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Deputy Chief and Chief candidates in every jurisdiction in New York State. P.T.S. students are always on top of the list!
Success on law enforcement civil service entrance and promotional examinations is not defined by a passing grade. As we like to say at P.T.S., "almost anyone can pass a law enforcement civil service examination." We at P.T.S. know, and you know, that success on your examination only comes when you score high enough to be ranked at the top of the list!
P.T.S. students succeed by obtaining scores that place them high on the list for their appointment to the desired position. P.T.S. designs each of its courses to best prepare our students for their upcoming examination. P.T.S. continuously updates its courses to ensure that students are provided with the most recent information and materials they need to prepare for their upcoming law enforcement civil service examination.
The P.T.S. Staff takes great pride in helping you advance your law enforcement career. We look forward to working with you, remind you to stay safe and wish you the best of luck!
// AUGUST 9, 2014
LIEUTENANT & CAPTAIN 2014 PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS - ONE-DAY CRAM COURSEclick for more
// JUNE 17, 2014
2014 LIEUTENANT & CAPTAIN COURSE
9 Session Second & Third-Line Promotion Course is now available.click for more
// AUGUST 20, 2014
POLICE GENERALLY MAY NOT, WITHOUT A WARRANT, SEARCH DIGITAL INFORMATION ON A CELL PHONE SEIZED FROM AN INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS BEEN ARRESTED
Riley v. California, , U.S. Supreme Court, June 25, 2014click for more
// JULY 1, 2014
POLICE MUST ADVISE DRIVE OF ATTORNEY CONTACT BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH ALCOHOL BREATH TEST
People v. Washington, 2014 NY Slip Op 03190 (New York Court of Appeals - May 6, 2014)click for more