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COMMUNITY RESPONSE BUREAU
 

The Community Outreach Bureau was established May 1, 2005.  The purpose of this bureau is to act as a liaison between the Police Department and the public we serve.  The Community Outreach Bureau consists of the Police Athletic League (PAL), Crime Stoppers, Recruitment,
School Resource Officers and the Public Information section.

COMMUNITY RESPONSE PROGRAMS

Link to SCPD Crimestoppers
CRIME STOPPERS

Link to neighborhood watch page
Neighborhood Watch
Link to PAL page
PAL

PAL FISHING TRIP APPLICATION
PAL Fishing Trip Application

SWIM PROGRAM APPLICATION
Swim Program Application

TEENAGE DRIVING COURSE APPLICATION
Teenage Driving Course Application
Teenage Driving Course Waiver

DID YOU KNOW - 2015
Did You Know

NIGAY BROWN OF ESM - FIRST FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL ALLSTAR FOOTBALL PLAYER
Nigay Brown - first female High School Allstar Football Player in Suffolk County History

BELLPORT YOUTH BASKETBALL PRACTICE AT THE SCPD POLICE ACADEMY

Youth from Bellport pose for a Group shot  at the Police Academy

Close up of the Group shot of the kids from Bellport at the Police Academy

Basketball game at the Police Academy with kids from Bellport

Basketball game with youth from Bellport


YOUNG LADIES FROM GIRL SCOUT TROOP 46 TAKE A TOUR OF THE FIFTH PRECINCT
Young Ladies from Girl Scout Troop 46 sign in at the front desk of the fifth precinct

Girl Scout Troop 46 poses for a group shot outside the Fifth Precinct after taking a tour


THIRD PRECINCT COPS PLAYING BASKETBALL WITH TEENS FROM BRENTWOOD

PAL FISHING TRIPS
Fishing Trip Picture Young Boy Fishing Young boy with fish he caught
Kids from across Suffolk County enjoying PAL’s summer fishing trips. To sign up for a PAL fishing trip please call Jeanne 631 852-6109.

CENTRAL ISLIP PAL COUGARS
PAL Cougars pose for a team photo

On Sunday, February 16th, 2014, the Central Islip PAL Cougars 8th grade boys basketball team beat Hoop Heaven Elite to win the Presidents day Weekend Basketball Championship in New Jersey. This was the teams third championship this travel basketball season, winning the MLK tournament the previous month in Connecticut and also the All City Classic in Queens in the second week of February. 


COPS WHO CARE
Group picture of Cops who Care
Suffolk County Police, New York State Troopers, Crime Stopper personnel, Citizen academy graduates and various community leaders distributed 300 hams and turkeys to people in need,  at the sixth annual Cops Who Care food giveaway in Brentwood. Private donors and police unions provided funding.

OPERATION MEDICINE CABINET


IDENTITY THEFT
Identity Theft

SCHOOL ACTIVE VIOLENCE EMERGENCY (S.A.V.E.) HOTLINE
SAVE Hotline

SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS
School Resource Officer Information

SOCIAL HOST LAW

Social Host Law


JUNIOR LICENSE RESTRICTIONS

Junior License Restrictions


CITIZEN POLICE ACADEMY
The Citizens Police Academy (CPA) is an award winning educational program which invites Suffolk County residents to their police academy for specialized training for the purpose of bringing the Police Department and the community closer together. It opens up lines of communication and builds trust between the police and the community. The CPA dispels misconception as to how the Police Department operates and lets the public have a better understanding of what their police can and cannot do.

The CPA is total of 48 hours long. There are 16 sessions, one session per week. Each class is three hours long, 6:30pm-9:30pm. Classes are offered twice per year, usually in September and March. This course is free of charge.

2012 Citizens' Academy Application

Citizen's Academy Alumni

For additional information contact:

P.O. Mitchell Savino 3123
Suffolk County Police Academy
502 Wicks Rd. Brentwood, NY 11717
631 853-7064  631 853-7019 fax

mitch.savino@suffolkcountyny.gov


INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Brochure


IDENT-A-KIT PROGRAM

 

The Ident-a-kit program is a free child identification program sponsored by District Attorney Tom Spota and administered by PAL.  The Ident-a-kit packet contains vital information about your child, including, medical history, DNA, photograph, fingerprints, and safety tips. All information is contained in a clear plastic packet with a magnetic strip that adheres to your refrigerator door.
Ident-a kit is available most Thursday evenings from 4:00 - 7:00 pm. in the lobby of Police Headquarters, located at 30 Yaphank Ave, Yaphank. 
For additional information please contact PAL at (631) 852-6109


POLICE EXPLORERS PROGRAM

 

The Suffolk County Police Explorer program is learning for life, career and leadership development program dedicated to boys and girls between the ages of 14-20.  The purpose of the Explorer program is to provide positive experiences to help young people mature, make proper decisions, and become responsible adults. A special emphasis is directed towards law enforcement careers.
The Explorer program is available in all seven precincts.

For additional information please contact:

Lauren Vlachos
Sr. District Executive
Suffolk County Council, Boy Scouts of America
7 Scouting Blvd.
Medford, NY 11763

(631) 924-7000 ext.37

lvlachos@bsamail.org

YOUTH ACADEMY
Class Picture from the Youth Academy  
The Youth Police Academy is designed to give high school students an opportunity to experience the many roles of police officers in their communities. Students will be selected by their school district after meeting the basic selection criteria forwarded to each district.

The purpose of the Youth Academy is to introduce the student to the intricacies of police work, establish a positive relationship between the Police Department and young adults in the community and enhance responsible citizenship.

The 5 day program is held at the Suffolk County Police Academy located on the Brentwood Campus of Suffolk Community College, 502 Wicks Road, Brentwood, New York. The sessions will consist of classroom lectures, physical training, defensive tactics training and field trips to Department facilities such as our Aviation Section, Firearms Training Section and Special Patrol Bureau. Students will participate in a host of practical exercises, and should come prepared for a week long active hands on experience.

For additional information please contact:


Police Officer Mitchell G. Savino 3123
Suffolk County Police Department
Academy Bureau-In Service Training
502 Wicks Road, Brentwood, NY 11717
(631) 853-7064 (631) 853-7019 Fax

savinmit@suffolkcounty.ny.gov



SUFFOLK COUNTY AUXILIARY POLICE  
Suffolk County Auxiliary Police  
 
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