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SCPD Commissioner Geraldine Hart To Say Goodbye During Final Walkout

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart will be saying goodbye to her colleagues during her final walkout from Police Headquarters tomorrow at noon.
Commissioner Hart, the highest ranking police official and first female Commissioner in the department’s history, is leaving her post after three years on the job. Under Commissioner Hart’s lead­ership, the department has strengthened […]

COVID-19 EMOTIONAL SUPPORT HELPLINE AVAILABLE TO SUFFOLK COUNTY RESIDENTS

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ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS HOSTS HELPLINE AS LOCAL PARTNER AGENCY WITH NY PROJECT HOPE

The Association for Mental Health and Wellness (MHAW) – Suffolk County’s largest not-for-profit provider of programs, services, and advocacy for people facing mental health challenges – is offering an Emotional Support Helpline staffed by trained crisis counselors who help callers […]

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Statement from New York State Conservative Party Chairman Gerard Kassar

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“There’s an old admonition about crooked politicians: ‘watch the hands not the mouth.’ It’s exactly what we should be doing with Mr. Cuomo.”  
 
“It’s not Mr. Cuomo’s greed for power that we’re learning about now, it’s his greed for cold-hard-cash at the expense of the very people who elected him. Last night’s damning New York Times exposé, revealing […]

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SHERIFF ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF “SAY SOMETHING” STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST

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Student from Commack High School Earned First Place
 
(Suffolk County, NY) Suffolk County Sheriff Errol D. Toulon, Jr. recently announced the winners of the Say Something Essay Contest for high school students. This annual contest is part of the Sheriff’s Office’s collaboration with the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation. The winning entries were announced by Sheriff Toulon […]

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SUFFOLK SHERIFF’S OFFICE POSTPONES REOPENING JAIL VISITING

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Suffolk County Sheriff Errol D. Toulon Jr. announced today that inmate visitation at the Suffolk County Correctional Facility will remain closed until further notice. Visiting was previously scheduled to resume on April 6, 2021 with special safety precautions and procedures in place. However, due to the recent uptick in positive cases among staff members and the […]

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DISTRICT ATTORNEY SINI ISSUES URGENT PUBLIC SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT

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Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini was joined by Steven Chassman, Executive Director of the Long Island Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence (“LICADD”) today to issue an urgent public safety announcement warning residents of a dangerous trend in the sale of illicit substances pressed to look like prescription pills, including methamphetamine being pressed […]

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Make Way for the Osprey

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PSEG Long Island cleans osprey nests to prepare for the raptors’ return
 
Today is World Wildlife Day and PSEG Long Island is preparing for the upcoming osprey breeding season by inspecting known nesting areas, performing maintenance on the osprey cams it installed last year, and cleaning out debris and garbage in the nests located near the […]

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PSEG Long Island Raises Awareness of Utility Scams During National Consumer Protection Week

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PSEG Long Island encourages customers to learn how to spot the signs of fraud and scams, and report them.
This week PSEG Long Island joins Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS) to recognize National Consumer Protection Week, which aims to educate customers on how they can guard against becoming victims of impostor utility scams.
“To better protect customers, it […]

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FOUR INDIVIDUALS ARRESTED FOR ALLEGED FRAUDULENT SALE OF TEMPORARY TEXAS LICENSE PLATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY

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Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini February 28, 2021 announced the arrest of four individuals for allegedly fraudulently selling temporary Texas license plates in Suffolk County.
Omar A. Awan, 29, of Melville; Usman A. Awan, 22, of Melville; Julio A. Borges, Jr., 26, of Bellport; and William Dunphy, 19, of Glen Cove, are each charged […]

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TWO NEW INMATE BUSES FOR THE SUFFOLK SHERIFF’S OFFICE

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Suffolk County Sheriff Errol D. Toulon, Jr. welcomed two new inmate buses this week to the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office fleet of vehicles. The buses, manufactured by Blue Bird in Fort Valley, GA, were delivered to the Sheriff’s Office Fleet Services Unit at the Riverhead Correctional Facility on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 and received by […]

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