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  • FACILITIES | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office

    Locations & Directions Riverhead Correctional Facility 100 Center Drive South Riverhead, NY 11901 (631) 852-2200 Directions to the Riverhead Correctional Facility: From the Long Island Expressway traveling east to exit 71. Make a right at the stop sign (heading east) for about 4 miles. Watch for the Correctional Facility on the right. From Sunrise Highway traveling east take exit 61. Follow the signs to County Rd 51- Riverhead. At Route 24 make a left. Go approximately a ¼ mile and watch for the Correctional Facility on the left. Yaphank Correctional Facility 200 Glover Drive Yaphank, NY 11980 (631) 852-2200 Directions to the Yaphank Correctional Facility: Take the Long Island Expressway to exit 67, Yaphank Avenue, and travel south for approximately 1.25 miles. Make a right onto Glover Drive. The Correctional Facility entrance is located at the end of Glover Drive. Civil Enforcement Bureau 360 Yaphank Avenue Yaphank, NY 11980 (631) 852-5600 Directions to the Civil Enforcement Bureau: Take the Long Island Expressway to exit 67, Yaphank Avenue, and travel south for approximately 0.75 miles and the Civil Enforcement Bureau will be on your right.

  • Command Staff | Sheriff's Office

    EXECUTIVE STAFF Steven J. Kuehhas Undersheriff Dr. Errol D. Toulon, Jr. Sheriff Michael J. Catuosco Undersheriff John M. Becker Deputy Undersheriff Dr. Keith L. Taylor, Sr. Deputy Undersheriff Corrections & Operations Divisions Curtis Sclafani Investigator Deputy Warden Michael J. Franchi Warden Christopher Black Deputy Warden Charles L'Hommedieu Chief of Staff Scott Walsh Deputy Warden Kevin Kelley Deputy Warden Police Division Christopher Brockmeyer Chief Deputy Sheriff Michael Smith Assistant Chief Deputy Sheriff Daniel Berezny Deputy Sheriff Investigator Captain Christopher Guercio Deputy Sheriff Investigator Captain Christopher Barry Deputy Sheriff Captain Salvatore Petrone Deputy Sheriff Captain Sheriff's Executive Staff Victoria DiStefano Public Information Officer Owen Durney Assistant Intergovernmental Relations Coordinator Marlene Madorran Director of Personnel/Payroll Kevin O'Reilly Director of Employee Relations Elizabeth Rae Assistant to the Sheriff

  • Sheriff's Explorers | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office

    Explorers Program Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Explorers Program The SCSO Explorers Program offers young men and women an introduction into law enforcement or a related career field in the criminal j ustice system. Aimed for youth ages 14-20, our Explorers are taught the importance of higher education, self-discipline, and respect for diversity and human dignity through training, involvement in community service projects, and other Exploring events. To learn more about our Explorers Program or to apply to become an SCSO Explorer, please email Sergeant Michael Davis at Application Car Stop Scenerios Odtwórz Wideo

  • YES Tour | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office

    Youth Enlightenment Seminar "YES" Tour Every year, the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office opens our doors for thousands of students to take an in-depth tour of both our Riverhead and Yaphank Correctional Facilities. The tours give a realistic, first-hand glimpse into the inner workings of our correctional facilities and what a daily life as a correction officer and justice-involved individuals looks like. YES Tours are a great fit for criminal justice classes or students interested in pursuing a career in the criminal justice field . Who May Participate: Public and private schools throughout Suffolk County must apply on a lottery basis for the tours in the beginning of the school year. ​ How To Register: Registration dates will post during the summer and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Schools are allowed to book no more than four (4) tours of forty (40) students per academic school year. Students must be twelve (12) years or older and accompanied by a school faculty member. Information must be filled out in full. Please select your 4 dates, with an alternative date should one of your requested dates be booked already. You will receive an email confirmation with your dates once they have been approved and scheduled. ​ ​ YES Tour Registration ​ Registration for the YES Tours is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. YES Tour Requests for the 2023-2024 school year will open on Monday, September 4 , 2023 at 12:00AM. Any requests made prior to this date and time will not be honored and will placed on the bottom of the request form. Schools are allowed to book no more than four (4) tours of forty (40) students per academic school year. Information must be filled out in full. Please select your four dates, with an alternative date should one of your requested dates be booked already. You will receive an email confirmation with your dates once they have been approved and scheduled. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out. Number of Tours Requested (no more than four (4). One (1) Tour Two (2) Tours Three (3) Tours Four (4) Tours Submit Thank you for requesting a YES Tour. Please note that requested dates are not confirmed until one of our staff members contacts you. We will contact you shortly to confirm your dates.

  • Public Notice of Title VI | Suffolk County Sheriff's Office

    Public Notice of Title VI Program Rights The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office gives public notice of its policy to uphold and assure full compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related Nondiscrimination authorities. Title VI and related Nondiscrimination authorities stipulate that no person in the United States of America shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, income level or limited English proficiency be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. ​ Any person who desires more information regarding the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office's Title VI Program can contact its Title VI coordinator - Deputy Sheriff Lieutenant Investigator Christopher Barry- at the address below. ​ Any person who believes they have, individually or as a member of any specific class of persons, been subjected to discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, income level, or limited English proficiency has the right to file a formal complaint. All complaints must be in writing and submitted within 180 days following the date of the alleged occurrence. A complaint may be filed in several ways: ​ File a written complaint in any Suffolk County Sheriff's Office facility. Obtain a Citizen Compliment/Complain Report (SCSO-374) at any Suffolk County Sheriff's Office facility and mail it to the address below. Download and print the form attached below and mail it to the address below. Call the Complaint Line for the Office of Professional Standards | Internal Investigations at (631) 852-3819. ​ Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Office of Professional Standards | Internal Investigations 15 Frowein Road, Suite A2 Center Moriches, NY 11934 Complaint Hotline (631) 852-3819 Phone (631) 852-2222 Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Compliment/Complaint Form

  • New Hire Demographics | Sheriff's Office

    New Hire Demographics Police Division March 29, 2021 October 25, 2021 April 13, 2021 January 18, 2022 October 11, 2023 Corrections Division March 03, 2021 October 25, 2021 November 29, 2021 April, 17 2023 November 13, 2023 May 13, 2024 May 16, 2022

  • Executive Leadership Conference | Sheriff's Office

    Top To develop, equip and empower the next generation of executive leaders. Our Mission While the last several years have been about surviving - change was forced, extreme, and reactive. Out of all this change came something incredible - we learned that without collaborative, flexible and empowered leadership - our organizations would collapse. As we are reinventing our organizations, shifting leadership and going into a new era of how we serve our organizations - training, empowering and equipping leaders is a necessity. SEE OUR PREVIOUS CONFERENCE SPEAKERS >> Mission WHY The Power of High-Quality Executive Leadership Training Our annual, Executive Leadership Conference boasts the top speakers from around the country - who aim to inspire, educate, equip and motivate our members to reach their highest potential. Why why THE STATISTICS 83 83% of organizations believe it’s important to develop leaders at every level of the company. Developing leaders internally is more economically sound and makes for a more robust company 35 35% of American workers put company culture as a priority when job hunting - showing the importance of a quality work environment with good leadership at the helm. 5 Only 5% of businesses have implemented leadership development at all levels. If leadership is not developed, companies may be facing some serious repercussions from this oversight. 77 77% of businesses report that leadership is lacking. While everyone recognizes the value of having strong leadership at every level of an organization, businesses struggle to find and develop leaders. *2021-2022 Statistics gathered from Zippia. View more at here. Statistics ABOUT US Inspiring, Equipping & Empowering the Next Generation of Leadership About Formed by Suffolk County Sheriff, Dr. Errol D. Toulon, Jr. in 2021, The Executive Leadership Conference is dedicated to the training, growth and empowerment of both current and up-and-coming executive supervisors. With more than 30 years in law enforcement, Sheriff Toulon has seen first-hand the power & influence of leaders and the lack of training in the various organizations he has worked for. In the aftermath of a global pandemic and the animosity, lack of trust and hardship facing law enforcement over the past two years, he made it his mission to develop trainings that would empower, equip and train up executive leaders, in all walks of life, to do better, be better and think better. LEARN MORE ABOUT SHERIFF TOULON 2024 CONFERENCE "The Power of Resilient Leadership" The Speakers: TBA The Conference THE VENUE Hyatt Regency Long Island The 2024 Executive Leadership Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Long Island, Hauppauge, NY . ​ Directions: ​ Via LIE: Take the Long Island Expressway (I-495) heading East if you're coming from Nassau County or heading West if you're coming from Suffolk County. Stay on the Long Island Expressway until you reach Exit 57 for Veterans Memorial Highway (NY-454) toward Commack. Take Exit 57 and merge onto Veterans Memorial Highway (NY-454) heading East. Continue on Veterans Memorial Highway for approximately 2.5 miles. Turn left onto Motor Parkway. After about 0.7 miles, turn right onto New Highway. Drive for about 0.3 miles and then turn left onto Adams Avenue. Continue on Adams Avenue for approximately 0.4 miles. The Hyatt Regency should be on your left. ​ Via Southern State: Take the Southern State Parkway heading East if you're coming from the Western part of Long Island or heading West if you're coming from the Eastern part of Long Island. Continue on the Southern State Parkway until you reach Exit 39 for the Sagtikos Parkway North. Merge onto Sagtikos Parkway North and stay on it for approximately 6 miles. Take Exit SM1E to merge onto the Northern State Parkway East toward Hauppauge. Stay on the Northern State Parkway for about 2 miles. Take Exit 43A for South West toward Hauppauge. Merge onto Route 111 South (Wheeler Road). Continue on Route 111 South for approximately 2 miles. Turn left onto Adams Avenue. Continue straight for about 0.6 miles. The Hyatt Regency will be on your left. Venue HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Hyatt Regency Long Island For our guests looking to stay overnight, we have secured a limited block of rooms at the: ​ Hyatt Regency Long Island 1717 Motor Pkwy Hauppauge, NY 11788 Phone: 844-201-9662 To reserve a room within our allocated block, please follow the link to the Hyatt Regency Long Island website. Availability is limited, so rooms are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. BOOK A RESERVATION Accommodations HOME ABOUT MISSION WHY THE CONFERENCE THE VENUE HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS THE SPONSORS

  • Sheriff's Office Chaplains | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office

    SHERIFF'S OFFICE CHAPLAINS The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Chaplaincy program was established on April 26, 2018, by Suffolk County Sheriff Dr. Errol D. Toulon, Jr. The purpose of the Sheriff's Chaplaincy Program is to provide interfaith emotional and spiritual counsel to Sheriff's Office employees and their families du ring times of need and heightened stress and work in collaboration with the Interfaith Council. ​ The Sheriff’s Chaplaincy Program assists Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office employees by providing the followin g services: ​ ​ Render spiritual guidance, aid in fostering personal growth, and offer moral support in crisis situations, in an atmosphere of understanding and confidentiality. Counsel and support sworn officers, professional employees, and their family members, in personal matters and family difficulties, and provide referral resources when applicable. Visits to sick or injured officers in the hospital or at home when requested. Assist Sheriff’s Office personnel in making notifications to the families of officers who have been seriously injured, or upon the death of a member of the Sheriff’s Office. Participate in religious services for deceased members and offer support to the families of the deceased. Attend and offer prayers at official Sheriff’s Office functions: i.e. Memorial Services, graduations, and award ceremonies. All requests are coordinated through the Director of the Chaplains Program. When requested, assist Sheriff’s Office personnel (and the Crisis Intervention Team) in emergency situations such as multi-casualty incidents, officers shot or seriously injured, and during major disasters. In “emergency” situations an available Chaplain can be reached (24 hours) by phone, through the Radio Office Supervisor. In non-emergency situations, members may call on any Chaplain of their choice or, according to one’s individual religious affiliation. Although Sheriff’s Office Chaplains are affiliated with various religious denominations, they serve as Chaplains to the whole department in an ecumenical –interfaith role, regardless of an individual’s religious tradition or lack thereof. SUFFOLK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE CHAPLAINS: Father Joseph D'Ang elo Read bio Sister Michelle Bremer Read bio Reverend Charles A. Coverdale Read bio Reverend James P. McLaughlin Read bio Reverend Daris A. Dixon-Clark Read bio Pastor Alex W. Bryant Read bio Reverend John G. Fleischmann Read bio

  • Arrest Data | Sheriff's Office

    2022 Arrest Data January February March April May June July August September October November December 2023 Arrest Data January February March April May June July August September October November December Additional statistics may be available upon request.

  • Wellness Conference - Suffolk County Sheriff's Office

    2024 SUFFOLK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE WELLNESS CONFERENCE The First Annual Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Wellness Conference will be held on Thursday, April 18th, 2024, from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Van Nordstrom Theater at the Suffolk County Community College Grant Campus. THEME Surviving and Thriving in a Law Enforcement Career SCHEDULE 8:15 - 9:15 Check-in, coffee/quick bites ​ 9:30 - 9:45 Welcome & Introduction 9:50 - 10:00 Welcome & Introduction 10:15 - 11:00 Dr. James Vosswinkel ​ Professor in Trauma Surgery, Assistant Professor of Surgery Chief of Trauma, Emergency Surgery, and Surgical Critical Care, Medical Director of Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Medical Director of Trauma Center at Stony Brook University 11:15 - 1:00 Brent & Belinda Schlafer ​ Brent Schlafer, Allegany County Wellness Coordinator Court Security Officer Belinda Schlafer, LMHC, CCTP, EMDR-C 1:00 - 2:00 Lunch 2:15 - 4:30 Dr. Jeff Thompson ​ Retired NYPD Detective, Former Hostage Negotiator, Research Scientist at Columbia University Medical Center, Global Leadership Instructor 4:30 - 5:00 Closing Remarks Submit Thank you for your interest in joining us at the 2024 Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Wellness Conference. You will receive an email with details on the Conference within 48 hours. Please note: some county or government agencies may block email correspondence from outside agencies. To ensure you receive correspondence, please add to your email address list. REGISTER NOW! ​ Would you like to attend our Wellness Conference ? Fill out the form below to register: OUR SPONSORS

  • Sandy Hook Promise Collaboration | Sheriff's Office

    Sandy Hook Promise In December of 2017, then Sheriff-Elect Errol Toulon, Jr. attended a gala in New York City for the Sandy Hook Promise Organization. There he met with Mark Barden, one of the founders of Sandy Hook Promise and the father of Daniel, one of the young children killed in Sandy Hook Elementary School. Sheriff Toulon was so moved by this organization, that out of something tragic, built a school safety program that empowers students, teachers, and the community to become empowered bystanders. Upon taking office in January 2018, his first community initiative was to partner with Sandy Hook Promise to bring their programming to all Suffolk County schools. ​ Sheriff Toulon was an invited speaker at the 2019 Sandy Hook Promise Gala in Washington, DC, Sheriff Errol D. Toulon, Jr. talks about what inspired him to join the movement to honor the victims and families of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting by preventing more tragedy. Under Sheriff Toulon's leadership, school safety and protecting youth from violence and self-harm is a priority of his work in public office. By partnering with Sandy Hook Promise-- and becoming Promise Leaders, Suffolk's Correction Officers & Deputy Sheriffs are teaching students everywhere to know the signs of someone in distress and to say something to a trusted adult. ​ ​ Suffolk County Deputy Sheriffs and Correction Officers are specially trained to teach the Sandy Hook Promise program in schools and for community groups. Learn more about the two programs: Start with Hello Start With Hello teaches students to be more socially inclusive and connected to each other. With activities and curricula available for all ages, students are empowered to end social isolation in three easy steps. Step 1: See someone alone. Learn how to recognize the signs of loneliness and social isolation. Step 2: Reach Out And Help. Find out what you can do to help others feel included. Step 3: Start With Hello. Discover how to break the ice and strike up a conversation. Say Something The goal of the Say Something Program is to teach students how to look for warning signs, signals, and threats, especially in social media, of an individual who may be a threat to themselves or others and to say something to a trusted adult to get help. We want to teach students to understand and recognize warning signs and threats, how to act immediately, take it seriously, understand strategies to take action, and overcome potential barriers to being an “upstander” rather than a “bystander." Ultimately, the student is taught to seek out a trusted adult. Request a Program

  • Program Request | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office

    Program Request Form To request any of our programs, please fill out the form below. Our Community Relations Unit will contact you within 24-72 hours to confirm receipt of your request and to review the details and to the best of our ability, schedule your event. Please note: Although we will do our best, filling out this form is not a guarantee that we can accommodate your request. For more information or to get in contact with our Community Relations Unit, please contact them by phone at (631) 852-5611 , (631) 852-5636 , or by email at or . PROGRAM REQUEST FORM Programs Requested (select all that apply for this event): Car Seat Safety Checks CRASE (Citizen Response to Active Shooter Events) College Internship Program GREAT (Gang Resistance Education and Training) K-9 Demonstration McGruff Anti-Bullying Program (Grades 1-2) Operation Safe Child ID Cards Sandy Hook Promise Say Something (Grades 6-12) Sandy Hook Promise Start With Hello (Grades K-5) Senior ID Cards STOPPED Drunk Buggies (students must be 15 years or older) Pet ID Cards Shed the Meds (Drug Take Back Program) Stop the Bleed Training Yellow Dot Program Substance Abuse Awareness Presentation (for students) Substance Abuse Awareness (for school administrators/nurses) Test, Don't Guess (Drug and/or Alcohol Test Kits) Vaping Awareness Presentation (for students grades 6 or older) Building Vulnerability Assessments YES Youth Enlightenment Seminar Jail Tours At-Risk Youth Jail Tours Social Media/ Human Trafficking Presentation Special Request / Other Submit Thank you for requesting one of our presentations. Someone will get back to you within 48 hour business hours. If you need immediate assistance, please contact our Community Relations Unit at (631) 852-5611

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