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Robert E. Waring

Robert E. Waring
Acting Police Commissioner

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First Precinct

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The First Precinct proudly covers the Town of Babylon. The officers of the First Precinct are assigned to a wide variety of tasks including community policing, motor patrol, gang enforcement, school resource officers, and quality of life enhancement. Our COPE and CSU officers work on quality of life issues ranging from traffic problems to drug complaints. Their number is 854-8195. Information is available via the precinct twitter page. Here you will find information on road closures, crime trends and precinct events.

The precinct commanding officer hosts a precinct wide community meeting on the first Thursday of each month. The meeting is at the West Babylon Library and starts at 7:00. At the meeting, you will be provided with crime stats for each community served by the precinct. Community members are also invited to express their concerns at the meeting. Numerous officers attend and it is an excellent way to meet officers who patrol your neighborhood. Our officers also attend more than fifteen civic group meetings each month. The First Precinct takes the mission of enhancing the quality of life of those it serves very seriously and endeavors to work together with the community to accomplish its mission. You can also contact us by email at SCPD 1st Precinct


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Once a month, each Suffolk County Police precinct hosts a community meeting. Please join us at our next meeting to discuss what is happening in your police department and in your community. For a listing of upcoming meetings, please click on the below link.

2024 Community Meeting Schedule


The precinct COPE units are tasked with addressing various issues of concern to the community, including traffic complaints and quality of life issues. COPE officers meet regularly with community groups and they provide a number of public safety oriented community presentations.


The Precinct Crime Section is responsible for investigating most misdemeanor and violation offenses along with Domestic Incident complaints that occur within the confines of the precinct. Certain misdemeanor and violation offenses are investigated by the precinct’s detective squads.


Hello, my name is Dara Caramanico-Broyles and I am the Community Liaison Officer for the 1st Precinct I am here to address issues and concerns within your community and look forward to collaborating with you to enhance the relationship between the SCPD and the communities we serve. I can be reached by telephone at the precinct (631) 854-8149 or via email: I work Monday–Friday rotating tours.

This website provides valuable forms and information in order to address the needs of our community. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Department at 631-852-6000 or email us at Interpretation services are available for individuals with Limited English Proficiency.