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Citing community frustration with law enforcement, Suffolk sheriff announces plan for advisory board

Suffolk County Sheriff Errol Toulon Jr. announced yesterday he is forming a Community Advisory Board to give Suffolk residents an opportunity to meet regularly with the sheriff and his staff for topical discussions and feedback.

Sheriff’s Office honors health care workers with parade

The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office yesterday participated in a “Thank You Parade” at Peconic Bay Medical Center. Photos and video

Fallen corrections officers and deputy sheriffs to be honored in memorial service Thursday

The annual memorial service will honor 71 Suffolk County corrections officers and deputy sheriffs who have died in service since 1887.

Suffolk County Sheriff’s open house and family day will be held Sept. 23

Celebrate Sheriff’s Week in New York State at the Suffolk Couty sheriff’s annual open house and family day.

Sheriff seeks advisory board volunteers

The Suffolk County Sheriff's office is seeking volunteers to join the Sheriff's Office Citizen Advisory Board with an eye toward improving communication and collaboration between law enforcement and residents.

Photos: Sheriff’s open house provides fun and learning for kids of all ages

The event featured safety demonstrations, tours, K-9 demonstrations and a special surprise of dozens of homemade cupcakes donated by Connetquot High School students.

Learn more about keeping your family safe at PBMC’s Child Safety Day

Learn how to protect your children at PBMC's Child Safety Day. The hospital and local fire, police and sheriff departments will offer a host of free tips and procedures to help keep your little ones safe and sound.

Sheriff’s office to host annual open house and family day Sept. 18

The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office will celebrate 332 years of service at its annual open house and family day this weekend.

To keep Craigslist exchanges from going bad, “safe transaction zones” offer police supervision while meeting strangers

Meeting a stranger alone can be dangerous, so the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office is offering residents a safer place to conduct in-person transactions.

Is Riverhead a ‘sanctuary city’?

Several town board members feel that Riverhead's policies regarding undocumented immigrants are too similar to the laws in San Francisco that kept a man from being deported before he allegedly killed a woman last Wednesday.
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