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The first release of the 2019 Law Enforcement Examination results revealed some technical issues related to candidate scores. The CSC worked with the test vendor to expeditiously re-score for the entire 2019 LEE candidate population to ensure accuracy, fairness and equity. As a result, a few scores may have changed from the original release. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us at

Law Enforcement Examination (LEE): Candidate Scores

To access your LEE score, enter your Candidate Identification Number
(in most cases that is your Social Security Number).

Find your law enforcement examination result               
Please enter your Candidate Identification Number:

LEE Hiring Process At-A-Glance

  • A formal notification containing your test score will also be mailed to your address on file.
    Please note that candidates who pass the LEE become part of an "eligible pool" and candidates
    will not have a rank (position) until the time of certification.

  • Appointing Authorities will request a list of candidates (known as a Certification List) drawn from the pool when they are ready to hire.

  • Certification lists will show Disabled Veterans ranked first according to their examination scores followed by Veterans, and then Non-Veterans. In each group, candidates with the highest test scores will be at the top of the lists.

  • Appointing Authorities are required to hire from the certified lists they receive. You will be notified in writing when your name is placed on a Certification List.
    You will then have five business days from the notice date to respond in writing to the Appointing Authority that you are interested, or not interested, in the job. If you do not respond within this timeframe, your name will be removed from the certification and you will no longer be considered for appointment.

Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions for more information:click here.