The NYPD officer who still lives with his parents is considered unfit for work at the Port Authority

The NYPD officer, Adam Kotowski, who still lives with his parents (pictured right, standing with his family) has been deemed unfit for a job at the Port Authority of New York.

A 28-year-old New York police officer still living with his parents was considered unfit for a job at the Port Authority of New York.

Adam Kotowski sued the transit agency after he found him "not qualified for employment as a police officer of the Port Authority."

Kotowski, who works night shifts in the 18th district in Manhattan, was evaluated for the position by Dr. Nancy Bloom.

She found that he was not "appropriate" for the job because of his "inability to be close and immature," according to legal documents obtained by the New York Post.

The NYPD officer, Adam Kotowski, who still lives with his parents (pictured right, standing with his family) has been deemed unfit for a job at the Port Authority of New York.

The NYPD officer, Adam Kotowski, who still lives with his parents (pictured right, standing with his family) has been deemed unfit for a job at the Port Authority of New York.

Bloom noted that Kotowski still lives with his parents and contributes nothing to housing or food expenses.

He also discovered that the policeman lacked "interpersonal skills" and had a "soft effect".

Dr. Robert Mead, who also evaluated Kotowski for the position, said he had a strong sense of entitlement. and discovered that he can act antisocially.

Kotowoski filed a complaint with the court that lives in her house with the "blessing of her parents" so she can save money and "start my own family and buy my own house".

Kotowski (second from the left in another family photo) sued the transit agency after he found him not qualified for employment as a Port Authority police officer & # 39;

Kotowski (second from the left in another family photo) sued the transit agency after he found him not qualified for employment as a Port Authority police officer & # 39;

Kotowski (second from the left in another family photo) sued the transit agency after he found him not qualified for employment as a Port Authority police officer & # 39;

He said he was rejected by the Port Authority because he had a "personality conflict" with his interviewers.

The Port Authority argued that it denied Kotowoski a position because of its "legitimate policy", which includes that officers must have the ability to be self-sufficient & # 39 ;.

He noted that the transit agency has "high suitability standards" # 39; so that you can guarantee that your police officers can adequately perform their duties to protect the public. & # 39;

Dr. Nancy Bloom, who evaluated Kotowski for the position of Port Authority, said that "she still lives with her parents and does not contribute anything to housing or food expenses."

Dr. Nancy Bloom, who evaluated Kotowski for the position of Port Authority, said that "she still lives with her parents and does not contribute anything to housing or food expenses."

Dr. Nancy Bloom, who evaluated Kotowski for the position of Port Authority, said that "she still lives with her parents and does not contribute anything to housing or food expenses."

"Mr. Kotowski has several psychological characteristics and characteristics that were not considered appropriate for a police officer of the Port Authority," he added.

The judge of the Supreme Court of Manhattan, Nancy Bannon, ruled that the Port Authority had the right to reject Kotowski's job application.

"The PA is a separate agency of the NYPD and has the right to rely on the findings of its own medical staff," he wrote.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey builds, operates and maintains important transportation hubs, including airports, trains and bus terminals. It also owns and manages the 16-acre site of the World Trade Center.

DailyMail.com communicated with the Port Authority to make comments.

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