Tag Archive | "SCPD"

A New Beginning for Suffolk Police Department & Immigrant Advocates

Sunday, March 9, 2014


Both the Suffolk County Police Department and local immigrant advocates say progress is being made after the first of a series of Department of Justice mandated community outreach meetings.

Suffolk Police Warn Residents of Telephone Scams

Friday, November 30, 2012


Because of an increase in reported incidents since this warning was issued, the Suffolk County Police Department is again warning residents of telephone scams during which people are asked to wire money immediately for a family member in trouble.

Suffolk County Begins First Precinct Curfew

Friday, November 2, 2012


Motorists and pedestrians are prohibited south of Montauk Highway in Babylon Village, Lindenhurst and Copiague. Montauk Highway will remain open. Anyone who disregards this curfew will be subject to arrest.

NY-1: Suffolk Police Endorse Tim Bishop

Thursday, October 18, 2012


Representative Tim Bishop accepted the endorsement of the Suffolk County Police Conference—which consists of the Suffolk County Police Benevolence Association, the Suffolk County Detective Investigators P.B.A., the Suffolk County Superior Officers Association, and the Suffolk County Detective Association—today.

Suffolk’s Presiding Officer: SCPD Deal Big Win For Taxpayers

Friday, August 17, 2012


This year, because the county executive and the Police Benevolent Association successfully negotiated a contract, taxpayers have received enormous benefits.

SCPD Update on Brentwood House Explosion

Wednesday, August 15, 2012


Rah-quan Palmer has been identified as the toddler that was killed in a home explosion in Brentwood this morning. His mother, Christina Morgan, 23, and his father, Rashamel Palmer, 28, were also injured in the blast along with two other residents of 12 Prospect Drive, Calvin Harris, 23, and Irving Justiniano, 63.

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Suffolk PBA Announce New Contract is “Game Changer”

Thursday, August 2, 2012


Deal saves hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars, protects public safety, breaks cycle of arbitration

Suffolk County Executive Bellone Nominates New Police Commissioner

Thursday, July 26, 2012


Sufflolk County Executive Steve Bellone Nominates 40 Year Veteran Acting Commissioner Edward Webber as New Suffolk County Police Commissioner.

July 25: Suffolk County Executive Bellone to Announce Nomination of New Police Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner

Wednesday, July 25, 2012


Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone will be joined tomorrow by a bipartisan group of Suffolk County officials to announce his nominees for Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of Suffolk County Police Department. Bellone, along with both nominees, will be on hand to discuss their strategies to stop crime, improve operations in the SCPD and break the […]

Suffolk Serial Cat Burglar Captured

Tuesday, July 10, 2012


Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota and acting Police Commissioner Edward Webber today announced the arrest of a prolific cat burglar who is currently charged with six break-ins and one attempted burglary in Lindenhurst, and is the prime suspect in at least 15 other burglaries scattered across the communities of West Babylon, North Babylon and […]

Suffolk County’s DA and Police Commissioner ask for public’s assistance

Friday, June 29, 2012


Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota today said that crime lab tests of Michael Grasing’s blood show the 31-year-old Babylon resident had a blood-alcohol level of .30, nearly four times the legal limit of .08, approximately ninety minutes after the fatal crash Sunday night on Montauk Highway that killed 18-year-old Brittany Walsh of Lindenhurst. District […]

Suffolk County Police Warn Residents Of Text Message Phishing Scam

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


  The Suffolk County Police Department’s Identity Theft Unit is warning residents of a cell phone text message phishing scam that is intended to trick the receiver into divulging personal financial information. Suffolk Police have become aware of a scam in which a text message is sent to a person’s cell phone alleging he/she is […]

Suffolk County Police Participate In Buckle Up New York-Click It or Ticket Campaign

Monday, May 21, 2012


In a continuing effort to promote public safety, the Suffolk County Police Department will once again be participating in the Buckle Up New York-Click It or Ticket campaign from May 21 through June 4. Police officers throughout New York State will engage in this intensified enforcement effort that is coordinated and sponsored by the New […]

Suffolk County Legislature Unanimously Approves SCAM Alert Website

Thursday, May 10, 2012


The Suffolk County Legislature unanimously approved a bill sponsored by Suffolk Legislator Sarah Anker that created a website to alert residents of various scams being conducted through mail, phone and the internet. The website is administered by the Suffolk County Police Department and will be updated regularly. “In creating Suffolk County’s scam alert website, the […]

Suffolk County Police Department and D.A. Release Joint Presser on Gilgo Beach Murder Case

Tuesday, May 8, 2012


A PRESS RELEASE FROM THE OFFICE OF DISTRICT ATTORNEY THOMAS SPOTA AND THE SUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT During the past few weeks we have received hundreds of questions from members of the media about the accuracy of rumors represented on various websites regarding the solving of what is commonly referred to by the media as […]

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