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  • Contact Us | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office | United States

    Contact Us Contact Us The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office is dedicated to serving the residents of Suffolk County with honesty and integrity. Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Main: (631) 852-2200 (for all general inquiries) Community Relations The Community Relations Office is responsible for all school and community-based events and more. Visit our Community Programs Page for more information or to partner with us for your next event. Contact Us: (631) 852-5611 & (631) 852-5636 . Public Relations Office The Public Relations Office is responsible for handling all press and media relationships, managing the website and all social media content. Please visit our Press pa ge to see the latest Suffolk County Sheriff's Office news. The Civil Enforcement Bureau The Civil Enforcement Bureau of the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office is the enforcement arm of the civil courts. Civil actions that are processed by this Bureau include: property executions for real and personal property, income executions, warrants to remove, any service of process, warrants of arrest, orders of seizure, orders of attachment, service of D.W.I. forfeiture summons for the county Attorney, closure orders for Health Services and all other orders issued from any civil court. In addition to civil enforcement, the deputies assigned to the section also enforce Penal law, Criminal Procedure Law, and Vehicle Traffic Law. This section's law-enforcement encompasses all of the 10 townships that comprise Suffolk County. Please contact the appropriate unit below or find more extensive information on the Civil Burea u web pages . General information: (631) 852–5621 Evictions: (631) 852-5621 Property Executions: (631) 852-5627 Income Executions and Salary Garnishments: (631) 852-5623 Real Property Seizures, Bankruptcies, Orders to Show Cause: (631) 852-5615 or (631) 852-5616 Summonses, Warrants of Arrest: (631) 852-5617 Posting Bail For information about posting bail, contact central records at (631) 852-2241 the office is open 24 hours a day and seven days a week. ​ ​ Internal Affairs The complaint hotline and phone number for the Internal Affairs Bureau is (631) 852-3819 .

  • Executive Leadership Conference | Sheriff's Office

    ABOUT MISSION THE CONFERENCE ACCOMMODATIONS REGISTER TO ATTEND 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, 2-day 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. REGISTER TO ATTEND 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 REGISTER TO ATTEND WHEN ​ September 18th, 2023 8am - 4pm 4:00pm - 6:00pm Networking ​ September 19th, 2023 8am - 4pm WHERE ​ Hofstra University 100 Hempstead Turnpike Hempstead, NY 11549 ​ Continental breakfast and lunch will be served each day, compliments of our sponsors. Pre-register here >> Register to Attend 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 leaders. With more than 30 years in law enforcement, Sheriff Toulon has seen first-hand the power & influence - and lack of leadership training in the various organizations he has worked for. With the onset 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 walks of life, to do better, be better and think better. LEARN MORE ABOUT SHERIFF TOULON 2023 CONFERENCE "Leadership Under Stress" The Speakers Former Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best Former Commissioner U.S. Customs & Border Patrol Gil Kerlikowske Conscious Leadership Expert & Enneagramist Marissa Levin Former NYPD Chief Joseph Fox Former NYPD 1st Deputy Commissioner Ben jamin B. Tucker Former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey More speakers coming soon... The Conference THE VENUE Hofstra University The 2022 Executive Leadership Conference will be held at Hofstra University in the Student Center Theater. ​ Directions: From the Long Island Expressway: Take exit 38; then onto the Northern State Parkway to exit 31A; then south on the Meadowbrook Parkway to exit M4; and then west on Hempstead Turnpike (Route 24) ​ From the Southern State Parkway: Take exit 22; then north on the Meadowbrook Parkway to exit M4; and then west on Hempstead Turnpike (Route 24). ​ Traveling from the East on Hempstead Turnpike: On Hempstead Turnpike, turn right at traffic light before second Unispan (walk-over) onto North Campus. At second stop sign, bear left and park. Walk into the Mack Student Center (building with bell tower). Upon entering doors, make an immediate right and follow corridor to the Student Center Theater. ​ Traveling from the West on Hempstead Turnpike: On Hempstead Turnpike, turn left at traffic light after Unispan (walk-over) onto North Campus. At second stop sign, bear left and park. Walk into the Mack Student Center (building with bell tower). Upon entering doors, make an immediate right and follow corridor to the Student Center Theater. Venue HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Long Island Marriott For our guests looking to stay overnight, we have secured a block of rooms at the: ​ Long Island Marriott 101 James Doolittle Boulevard, Uniondale, New York 11553 Phone: 516-794-3800 Located less than 10 minutes from Hofstra University, this full service hotel is ideally situated in Uniondale, New York. Enjoy easy access to the LIRR, prioritize your health in the hotel's fitness center or make a splash in their heated indoor pool. Satisfy your appetite at our on-site restaurant, Crop & Kettle, where they serve American specialties crafted from local ingredients. ​ Executive Leadership Conference Guests will enjoy a room rate of $159 per night for a King or Double room from Sunday, October 2nd through Tuesday, October 4th. All bookings must be made no later than Friday, September 2nd to receive the discounted rate. BOOK A RESERVATION Accommodations SPONSORS Thank you to our sponsors who make this conference possible. WANT TO SPONSOR THIS EVENT >> Sponsors HOME ABOUT MISSION WHY THE CONFERENCE THE VENUE HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS THE SPONSORS

  • Sheriff's Office | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office | United States

    A message from Dr. Errol D. Toulon, Jr. Suffolk County Sheriff Welcome to the official website of Suffolk County Sheriff's Office. I am proud of the hard work and dedication of the men and women of the Sheriff's Office. We are honored to serve and protect the residents of Suffolk County. As your Sheriff, I have made it my priority to protect public safety, speak up and against the grain to do what I know is right, and raise the bar of accountability through robust training, supervision, and adherence to high standards. Throughout my more than 30-year career in law enforcement, I have also come to believe in the power of community input in government, volunteerism behind the bars, and how correctional institutions can change lives for the better. One of my proudest achievements since taking office is the creation of the S.T.A.R.T. Resource Center on the grounds of the Yaphank Jail. I hope that as you scroll through our website, it will provide you with the information you are seeking, and much more. Dr. Errol D. Toulon, Jr. Suffolk County Sheriff Contact Me Facilities Quick Links Civil Enforcement Pistol Licensing Program Request Locations Jail Services Careers Contact Us Press Important Notices Updates ​ No new updates at this time. News & Updates Nessun post pubblicato in questa lingua Quando verranno pubblicati i post, li vedrai qui.

  • Public Notice of Title VI Program Rights | 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 Complaint Form

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  • Join Suffolk Sheriff | The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to the ongoing County IT issues, the Civil Service website is down and cannot accept online registrations for the Correction Officer I Exam at this time. You may register in person at the Civil Service Office in Hauppauge. Please visit for instructions on how to register, email Civil Service at or visit the Civil Service Office. Thank you for your patience. READY FOR A NEW CAREER? Join our email list to get updates on upcoming test dates, seminars, trainings and more information on how to apply. Join the mailing list DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURES Correction Officer I (English) Correction Officer I (Spanish) The Divisions of the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Corrections Division The Corrections Division of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office is comprised of more than 806 Correction Officers who staff two county correctional facilities. The Corrections Division and its facilities are overseen by the Warden and his Deputy Wardens. Both facilities house minimum, medium, and maximum-security male and female inmates. ​ The current Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Riverhead was built in 1969 and has undergone multiple additions and improvements over the years, resulting in its current capacity of 840 inmates. The facility has linear and podular housing units, a state-of-the-art medical/ dental/ mental health unit, a rehabilitation unit, and a visiting section. The Choose Your Path program for young men is housed at the Riverhead Facility. ​ The Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Yaphank was built in 1961 and has also undergone multiple improvements and additions over the years, including a state-of-the-art addition in 2013 which added six podular housing units, modern medical/dental/mental health, visiting, and booking units, and renovations of existing housing areas. The current capacity at Yaphank is 976 inmates. The Sheriff's Addiction Treatment Program (SATP), the Veterans Reentry Program, the 55 and Older Pod, and the Choose to Thrive Program for female inmates are all housed at the Yaphank Facility. This facility also houses female inmates with their newborn babies in a fully equipped secure nursery. ​ An increased focus on inmate rehabilitation accompanied by the reduction in inmate levels due to NYS bail reform legislation has created the unique opportunity to increase the number of programs available to inmates in the custody of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office. The emphasis the Sheriff’s Office places on correctional rehabilitative programming have evolved over the last several years, with Correction Officers increasingly adopting a mindset that places value on rehabilitation and reentry work. While many non-profit organizations work in collaboration with the correctional facility to provide services to current and former inmates, Correction Officers have developed and now run many unique correctional programs. ​ Police Division ​ The Chief Deputy Sheriff oversees the Police Division. It includes the Enforcement Bureau, Headquarters Bureau, District Court Bureau, Family Court Bureau, Criminal Investigations Bureau, a Special Operations Bureau, and the Pistol License Bureau. ​ The major responsibilities of the Headquarters Bureau are the transportation and security of inmates outside the correctional facility, general law enforcement services to the public, and support assistance to other law enforcement agencies. They have a Canine Unit and a Marine Unit which patrols the East End of Long Island. ​ The District Court Bureau is tasked with the secure transportation of all inmates and detainees remanded to the custody of the Sheriff by any of the twenty-two courts working out of the Cohalan Court Complex in Central Islip. The Bureau oversees the main detention center housed at the 1st District Court complex and is responsible for the care and custody of new arrestees in the five western townships of Suffolk County as well as Suffolk County Correctional Facility inmates returning for court appearances. The District Court Bureau works closely with law enforcement partners of the Sheriff’s Office, defense attorneys, court personnel, and the District Attorney’s Office to ensure the court process proceeds efficiently. The Bureau transported a total of 24,544 prisoners in 2019. ​ The Criminal Investigations Bureau is tasked with all criminal investigations within the confines of the Suffolk County Correctional Facilities. These include cases involving prison contraband, assaults, violation of orders of protection, death investigations, etc. In addition, the Bureau handles all felony cases developed by Deputy Sheriffs, serious motor vehicle crashes, aviation crashes at Gabreski Airport, and drug investigations, including undercover surveillance. The investigators within the Bureau undergo a multitude of training that includes death investigation, crime scene investigation, evidence handling, drug field testing, and motor vehicle collision investigation. Responsibilities for investigators include case management, evidence collection, arrest and warrant processing, interviews and statements, and crime scene management that includes fingerprint processing, photography, sketching, and scene narratives. Investigators from both the Police and Corrections divisions continually work with other agencies and on task forces such as the DEA and Heroin Task Force, to uncover crime in Suffolk County and the region. ​ ​ The Enforcement Bureau is comprised of the Civil Enforcement Section and Special Operations Section. Deputy Sheriffs assigned to the Civil Enforcement Section process property executions for enforcement against real and personal property, income executions, warrants to remove, warrants of arrest, orders of seizure, orders of attachment, service of D.W.I. forfeiture summonses for the County Attorney, enforcement of Health Commissioner orders, and all other actions issued out of any court in the county. The Special Operations Section performs a variety of duties including patrolling and responding to calls for service at the Suffolk County Gabreski Airport and other county facilities and traffic enforcement. ​ The Sheriff’s Office Warrant Squad executes court-ordered Writs of Assistance in family offense and abuse and neglect cases, and transport certain juveniles charged with crimes to court, and returns them to where they are housed. Deputy Sheriff Investigators assigned to the Warrant Squad execute warrants of arrest in both family court and criminal court cases. Investigators also coordinate with the county’s Child Support Enforcement Bureau to locate parents who have failed to pay court-ordered child support and assist police agencies in tracking down Fugitives from Justice. ​ The Domestic Violence Bureau serves orders of protection that are created by the Family and Criminal Court systems. During the service of orders, Deputy Sheriffs are often ordered to seize firearms and other weapons in protection of the defendants and respondents. The Domestic Violence Bureau served a total of 3,786 orders of protection in 2019 and 4,023 in 2020. It also seized a total of 282 firearms in 2019 and 378 in 2020. In 2019, Deputy Sheriffs were tasked with the service of Emergency Risk Protection Orders (ERPO). An ERPO is a court order issued when a person may be dangerous to him/herself or others. An ERPO prohibits a person from purchasing or possessing guns and requires the person to surrender any guns he/she already owns or possesses. The Domestic Violence Bureau also investigates cases of individuals who attempt to purchase a firearm in violation of an order of protection and arrest individuals charged with violating orders of protection and those with family offense-related warrants. ​ The Special Operations Bureau is comprised of the Air Support Unit, Honor Guard, Stop-DWI Team, Bike Patrol, Emergency Management, Haz-Mat Decon Strike Team, Homeland Security, and Tactical Units that include the Sheriff’s Response Team and the Tactical Rifle and Containment Team. ​ The Pistol License Bureau is tasked with the issuance of all pistol licenses for the five East End towns in Suffolk County. The towns include Riverhead, Southampton, Southold, East Hampton, and Shelter Island. Deputy Sheriff Investigators are responsible for conducting a thorough background check that includes fingerprint and arrest history checks, personal and character witness interviews, residency verification, and mental health checks on pistol license applicants. ​ Operations Division The Operations Division includes Employee Benefits, the Communications Bureau, Quartermaster Bureau, Grants Bureau, Accounting Bureau, Personnel Investigations Bureau, Personnel/Payroll, Fleet Management, and Research and Development. The Chief of Staff oversees all bureaus in the Operations Division. ​ Employee Benefits administers all benefits for employees as negotiated by the three bargaining units within the Sheriff’s Office. The Communications Bureau administers all Sheriff’s Office dispatching functions. The Quartermaster Bureau is responsible for the issuance and inventory maintenance of uniform items and assorted equipment for approximately 1,200 employees of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office. The Grants Bureau locates state, federal, and private sector funding opportunities. The Accounting Bureau prepares the annual operating budget request for submission to the County Executive’s Budget Office. ​ The Personnel Investigations Bureau is responsible for conducting confidential background investigations on all employee candidates for the Sheriff’s Office. The primary mission of the Payroll/Personnel Bureau is to monitor employee time and accruals and to ensure that all employees are paid accurately and in a timely fashion. Fleet Services is responsible for the maintenance of the “Fleet” which includes patrol vehicles, unmarked and undercover vehicles, trucks, buses, ATV’s, boats, military surplus equipment, and military vehicles. The Research and Development Bureau facilitates decision making, research, and timely responses to inquiries. These bureaus are staffed by Correction Officers, Deputies, and civilians.

  • Gang Conference | Sheriff's Office

    2023 GANG CONFERENCE WHEN ​ October 25 th 8am - 4pm Conference 4:30pm - 6:30pm Networking Event ​ October 26th 8am - 4pm Event WHERE ​ Hilton Long Island 598 Broadhollow Road, Melville, NY 11747 ​ Continental breakfast will be served each day, compliments of our sponsors. Registration coming soon... THE VENUE The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office 2022 Gang Conference will be held at the Hilton Long Island in Melville, NY. ​ Directions: From the Long Island Expressway (495). Merge onto Broadhollow Rd/NY-110 S via EXIT 49S toward Amityville. The Hilton Long Island will be approximately 1.5 miles down on your right. OVERNIGHT GUESTS For our guests looking to stay overnight, we have secured a block of rooms. Please click the link below to reserve your room. Please note: 2022 Gang Conference guests will enjoy a room rate of $145 per night for a King or Double room. All bookings must be made no later than Friday, September 26th to receive the discounted rate. Please use code SCSO at checkout to receive our discounted rate. BOOK A RESERVATION

  • Executive Leadership Conference | Sheriff's Office

    MISSION TO DEVELOP, EQUIP & EMPOWER THE NEXT GENERATION OF EXECUTIVE LEADERS. SAVE THE DATE! The 2023 Executive Leadership Conference will be held on Monday, September 18th and Tuesday, September 19th at Hofstra University. Would you like to attend our upcoming Executive Leadership Conference? Fill out the form below and once registration is live, we'll send you a link to register. Submit Thank you for your interest in joining us at our upcoming Executive Leadership Conference. You will receive an email with details on how to register this event within 24-48 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.

  • Corrections Links | Sheriff's Office | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office | United

    Corrections Links Facilities Directions Posting Bail Rehabilitation Mask Making Vocational Programs Human Trafficking Unit Community Relations Unit Inmate Handbook (English) Inmate Handbook (Spanish) HALT Act Data Reporting Requirements

  • Visiting Information | Sheriff's Office | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office | Unite

    Visiting with Incarcerated Individuals at the Suffolk County Correctional Facility ​ ​ To schedule a visit, call Visiting Reservations at (631) 852-1893 or (631) 852-1894. INMATE VISITING UPDATE Schedule : Tuesday-Friday: 2:30-3:30, 4-5, 6:45-7:45, 8:15-9:15 Saturday: 8:30-9:30, 10-11, 1-2, 2:30-3:30 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Due to the ongoing County IT issues, please bear with us as we work to accommodate your appointment and get you checked in. Visits are limited to two adult visitors per inmate. Only those adults who are scheduled for the visit will be allowed on the grounds of the correctional facility. ​ Attorney Visiting Update As the health and safety of inmates, visitors and our staff remain paramount during the COVID-19 pandemic, non-contact booth visits will be used to accommodate attorney visits. Existing safety measures, including passing a temperature screening and the wearing of a proper face covering, will remain in effect for all those entering either facility. Video and telephone conferences also remain available and may be scheduled by calling Attorney Visiting at (631) 852-3356. ​​ VISITATION IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS Acceptable Forms of Identification include the following: • A valid state driver’s license • A valid state driver’s permit • DMV Non-driver license identification card • U.S. Military ID • Foreign Passport (in English) with photo ID If you are an immediate family member (parent, grandparent, sibling, spouse, aunt, uncle, or child,) and you do not possess any of the acceptable forms of identification for visitation, please call the START Resource Center at (631)-852-5391. The START resource center staff will advise and make every effort to assist you in obtaining proper identification documents. Note: Costs incurred by obtaining documents shall be borne on the visitor and/or incarcerated individual. You must be 18 years old to visit alone. Persons under 18 years old must be accompanied by their parent, a documented legal guardian, or have a signed Parental Acknowledgement Form on file signed by the incarcerated individual to be permitted on the facility property. The original birth certificate or court documentation is required for all children. Are you looking for help for loved ones, family members or yourself? Do you have a friend or loved one who is currently incarcerated? The Suffolk County Correctional Facility offers a range of programs and services to help people reclaim their lives and become more productive members of society. Learn more on the Reentry and Rehabilitation page . ​ Sometimes families and loved ones also need assistance. Contact our S.T.A.R.T. Resource Center to talk with a caring Correctional Counselor. ​ Are you looking for information on what to bring or mail to your loved ones, or how to use the phone service? Click here . ​ You can now send photos online! Click here for more information on Print Budii . Our Response to COVID-19 and How are Protecting County Inmates, Staff and Visitors We have changed the way newly arriving inmates are housed during the first 14 days of incarceration. Dedicated housing for new inmates has been set up in Yaphank to allow for greater social distancing and ongoing medical evaluation to prevent the spread of the virus to the general population. A strict protocol of proper hand-washing, around the clock sanitizing of both the Yaphank and Riverhead facilities, enforcement of social distancing and mask wearing have all played a part in maintaining minimal opportunities for the virus to spread. County inmates have also stepped up to help prevent the spread of coronavirus inside and outside the jail by sewing thousands of face coverings for widespread distribution. ​ We are all in this together, and by maintaining order and sanitation within the jail, we will continue to keep your loved ones and visitors safe during this difficult time. ​ ​

  • 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. ​ ​ In Schools Suffolk County Deputy Sheriffs and Correction Officers are specially trained to teach the Sandy Hook Promise program in schools and for community groups. Start with Hello is geared towards students in K-6 while the Say Something program is more suitable for middle and high school students. For more information, contact Capt. John Rung at (631) 853-7909 or Kelly Mazzotta at (631) 852-5638 ​ Make a request directly through the website . ​ View the brochure . 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. See Someone Alone -- Step 1: Learn how to recognize the signs of loneliness and social isolation. Reach Out And Help -- Step 2: Find out what you can do to help others feel included. Start With Hello -- Step 3: Discover how to break the ice and strike up a conversation. Know the Signs 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.

  • Bail Information | Sheriff's Office | Suffolk County Sheriffs Office | United St

    Posting Bail If you would like to post bail for a friend or family member, you must know their date of birth. The on-site process will likely take several hours to complete, so please plan your day accordingly. For further information about posting bail, contact Central Records at (631) 852-2241. The office is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. All bail posting can be conducted at the Riverhead or Yaphank Correctional Facilities. Do you need directions to one of these facilities ? Click here to go to the direction page. ​ Bail may be posted at the Riverhead Correctional Facility 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. All bonds are accepted only at Riverhead. All bail posted after 10:30 pm must be done at the Riverhead Correctional Facility. Yaphank accepts bail 7 days a week from 7:00 am until 10:30 pm. ​ Riverhead Correctional Facility 100 Center Drive South Riverhead, NY 11901 ​ Yaphank Correctional Facility 200 Glover Drive, Yaphank, NY 11980 ​ Additional Information ​ If using a credit card to post bail, a 7% charge will be added to the total. The total charge to the credit card (including the 7%) cannot exceed $10,000. ​ Bail can be posted using any one of the following types of payment: Cash Bank Check Cashier Check Credit Card​​ PLEASE NOTE: Bank and cashier checks are only accepted during normal banking hours. If you do present a check, it must be verified at the branch from which it was drawn and written to the "Sheriff of Suffolk County, N.Y." PLEASE NOTE: All credit card transactions are processed through a third-party provider. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards are accepted. A non-refundable fee for service will be added to the total bail amount. The credit card holder must be present at the facility and present a valid photo ID to complete the transaction. More information on bail can be found on the Comptrollers web page. ​ ​

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