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    FDNY too white too male? Who are these people to state what the racial or gender makeup of the fire department should be? If more minorities applied, then more minorities would be accepted, it's as simple as that. There was even a statement that the test relied too much on physical strength!!!

    It doesn't matter to me what the person dragging me or my family out of the building looks like as long as they can do the God d--n job!! God reporters SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!! This make anybody else as mad as I?
    "An aggressive interior attack does not mean just going inside to put out a fire. THAT'S just doing our job...."
    IAFF Local 55

  • #2
    It only takes a casual read to find that the individual who wrote this little piece didn't properly research the subject. They drew on many misconceptions about how the process works and who administers it.

    FACT= You can't make anyone apply for a job they don't want.

    FACT= This job is physically demanding and any applicants shall meet OUR standards. Lives after all do hang in the balance.

    FACT= The CPAT has been cerified as an acurate test of physcial job requirements for firefighters. Not as the article claims "Women are graded against an abstract standard established years ago"

    As if firefighting is any less physically demanding today than 6 years ago when the IAFF/ICHIEFS Heath and Fitness Initiative formed. And as everone who bothers to look into it or take it...the CPAT is far from abstract.

    The writer never supports the claim that the blacks and females are "constantly discouraged". Funny that huge recruiting campaign in subways, high schools and all over the city, especaily in miniority communities doesn't seem like discouragement. You would have had to have been blind not to see the billboards. (Although this Mutt would probably make a case for too few blind persons in the FDNY)

    The FDNY Fitness Unit provides a class at NYSC that women can take that helps prepare them for the physical, months in advance. They receive advice on proper training and diet. Most Cities I know do not do this to the extent FDNY does. Far from the claim of being "hostile to women's entry".

    Although if you equate not lowering standards so as to allow fat-FU**s on the job then sure I guess that could be considered hostile as any attempt to do so threatens the lives of the members of the Dept and citizens at large...it seems no Chief wants to live with that as his legacy...hmm I wonder why.

    I'm sure that there are plenty of qualified Women and Minorities who would do just fine...however it seems they haven't taken the exam because they do not like the pay, hours, risk of injury and death or whatever.

    You take the test, you pass the test, you get hired...it is that simple, no BS. PERIOD.

    Last edited by FFFRED; 08-27-2003, 12:17 AM.


    • #3
      VERY well stated...

      (also a FOOLS member)
      "An aggressive interior attack does not mean just going inside to put out a fire. THAT'S just doing our job...."
      IAFF Local 55


      • #4
        I agree

        This ticked me off when I read it as well. It makes the FDNY look bad to the general public that read this BS article, because after all, the newspapers only publish the truth right .


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          • #6
            While the New York Post may not have all the facts correct, some of the responses in the post amount to blind faith in the hiring practices of FDNY. If FDNY uses the CPAT test (which was validated by multiple cities around the nation), why can women still not pass it? I live in Austin, TX (a city that participated in the validation of the CPAT) and we have a large number of female FF's. One has to admit that 0.0025% (the percentage of femal FF's) is an incredibly small number. Despite the supposed difficulties of the CPAT for females, what would be the defenders of FDNY's repsonse to the lack of minority members. Surely, it is not only white men who are willing to perform a dangerous job, be away from their families, and have financial difficulties because of low pay. Let's look at this article from the point of policymakers, for they are the ones who discourage female and minority FF's. One can hardly blame the frontline responders. Pony up with responses, I'm interested to discuss this.


            • #7
              This is kind of off-topic, but the Toronto Star published a front page story that the Toronto Blue Jays discriminated because there are no Asians on the team and more Whites than any other team.


              • #8

                I'll further clarify some of the issues at hand.

                I'm not sure if the blind faith comment is directed towards me...but since I have gone through the process begining to end I have a pretty good idea how it works and what is involved.

                -I can't tell you why women in Austin have been hired and in NY they are not. I imagine your system is completely different than ours.

                The test is administered by the Dept of City Wide Adminstrative Services (DCAS). It has no ties to the FDNY and our Civil Service Exam system is designed to hire on the merit system. There is NO interview or FD input. You score high on the written and pass the CPAT you will get hired as you number comes up...provided you pass the background exam...which isn't hard. It is that simple. Women are not passed over, Minorities are not passed over. They are hired when their number comes up. Period

                After 9-11 and even before the dangers of being a member of the FDNY have been widely known, thanks to plenty of media coverage not only of 9-11 but everday fires.
                Just ask any group of kids in 5 Boros, "What do they want to be when they grow up?" and many tell us they want to be doctors, football players..etc. But not firefighters. When asked why they reply "they don't want to die." No recruitment campaign can work against that.

                I realize you wouldn't understand living in Austin TX. But the last exam had a profesional ad firm develop a campaign to hire more minorities and women. They had vans that would park in the middle of minoritiy communities and push the local residents into signing up for the test. They would go to High Schools and sign up 100s (17yr olds can take the test but not be appointed until 21) Hand bills were posted all over on buses and trains, streets...you name it. And what was the result...Although the list isn't completed it appears they have a lower percentage of women and minorities that took this test than the previous test in '99. and they spent way more money this time promoting it.

                The CPAT was not designed to have "women pass it" as you put it. It was developed to acurately reflect the duties, strength and endurance required to perfom the job of a firefighter. If women or men for that matter can't pass it...then too bad they need to work-out more or find a different job because not everyone was made to be a firefighter.

                Today it seems just wanting something is justification enough to make that person quaified for the job. I would like to be a pro-football player but alas my parents gave me genes that didn't provide me with the body for it. I don't expect the NFL to lower their standards so I can play. And I don't expect my FD to lower their standards just so some tubby fat-body can get on.

                Just passing the CPAT doesn't gauarntee a job for anyone. You must still past a medical exam which involves a stairmaster and monitoring of heart rate.

                Then once accepted for appointment one must still graduate from the academey. This past class lost 20 probies who couldn't hack it.

                Comparing the NYPD to the FD is unfair and not even close to being apples to apples. The PD accademy is a joke compared to the FDNY Probationary Firefighters School. Just ask and FDNY members who were former cops. Like the old saying goes: "If this job was easy, the cops would do it."

                And for the same money one could take any number of other city exams for jobs that pay roughly the same with alot less work...or in some cases more money.

                This might clear up some of the misconceptions you might have.

                The FD is not the place to try a social experiment...nothing short of physcical strenght and calm & collected thought will help extinguish a fire. Fire doesn't care is your dept is racially ballanced or what percentage of women you have. Diversity at the expense of intelligence and strength is nothing more than a Death Sentance for the Brothers and civilians who rely on qualifed applicants to take FF jobs.

                Last edited by FFFRED; 08-27-2003, 07:47 PM.


                • #9
                  Well stated FFFred, I agree 100%.


                  • #10
                    Hiring practices

                    Thanks for the reply so far. A couple of points. First of all, I could not agree with you more that a person should not be hired to fill a quota, they should be hired because they are the best-equipped to perform a specific job. I also agree that taking a test (and even passing it) does not guarantee a right to a position. Unfortunately, many in the world and in the current economic conditions have not realized this. If my department were to ever kowtow to hiring based on racial preferences, myself and the union would make a huge stink.

                    That all being said, I still think there is some valid criticism for FDNY (and other departments, unfortunately FDNY is the highest profile department around). Personally, what are your feelings on minority/women FF's. I'm sure that you don't mind them in the firehouse per se, but do you feel that your department is doing enough to recruit/retain them. If you feel that they do, I would be interested in learning what your department does. If you feel like there's room for improvement, what would you do as chief for a day? I know that my department has a nationwide recruiting machine that promotes our size, salary, and city. All in all, I think that my department is doing a good job of increasing women/minority FF's.


                    • #11
                      RIGHT ON BUDDY!


                      • #12

                        You say you are against quotas yet you agree with recruiting. What do you think this so-called "recruiting" is? Let's be realistic here. Where are these fire depts. doing their recruiting? In minority neighborhoods. Why? To fill a quota system whether they admit it or not. Why else would they only recruit in these places. You don't see alot of fire depts. going around recruiting in middle class white neighborhoods.

                        I work for a dept. that serves a population of over 500,000 and when we hire, the only advertisment is in the minority neighborhoods and black radio stations.

                        My point is if your going to recruit, recruit everywhere or don't do it. As someone said earlier, you can't force people to apply for this job. The bottom line is if you want the job, apply for it. If you are the best and most qualified to do the job, you get hired. Period.

                        Are job is unlike any other. Hiring someone because of the color of their skin or what they don't have between their legs can get somebody killed.


                        • #13
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