Welcome to the Suffolk County Police Department's new and improved website. The mission of the Suffolk County Police Department is to protect and serve all residents of this great County. Our main objective is to prevent and solve crimes occurring in our jurisdiction, and to empower communities to ensure that their neighborhoods are safe and enjoyable places to live, work and raise a family. To these ends, the Suffolk County Police Department has implemented numerous strategies to reduce crime to its lowest recorded level since we began collecting reliable crime statistics in 1975. We have made significant investments in our intelligence-led policing model and community policing strategies, and are collaborating with all of our law enforcement partners in the region. On behalf of the hard working members of the Suffolk County Police Department, I urge you to get involved. There are a number of different ways in which you can make a difference in your community. For example, you can start a neighborhood watch; if you are a business owner, a clergy member or a civic leader, please join our new public-private partnership called SCPD Shield by visiting our website SCPDShield.org. By joining, you will receive extremely useful information about ways in which you can reduce the likelihood of being a victim of a crime. We also have anonymous hotlines, in partnership with the Suffolk County Crimestoppers, that you can call to provide tips regarding criminal activity. If you are aware of drug dealing in your neighborhood, please report it to (631) 852-NARC; you can remain anonymous, and receive cash rewards for tips that lead to arrests. For all other crime tips, please call 1(800) 220-TIPS. You can also contact us by email at SCPD 4th Precinct.
Heroin and Rx Drug Education and Awareness along with Narcan training is available at our Ugly Truth Events. Expired and unwanted prescription pills can be turned in for proper disposal at all local precincts, (Operation Medicine Cabinet)Need information for substance abuse or alcohol treatment? Community concerns can be directed to our COPE officers and Community Liaison Officer by calling 854-8478. If you would like to join us at a local community meeting (Community Meeting Listing).
In emergency situations, always call 911. And finally, don't forget to like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter to learn more about YOUR Police Department and all the great work our officers do each and every day. I strongly believe that if we all work together, we can make Suffolk County an even safer and enjoyable place to live, work and raise a family. Thank you for visiting our website, and I hope you have found it helpful.
ALERTS AND ADVISORIES
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COMMUNITY MEETING SCHEDULE
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. Community Meeting Schedule
COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICE ENFORCEMENT (COPE) UNIT
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.
PRECINCT CRIME SECTION (PCS)
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.
COMMUNITY LIAISON OFFICER (CLO)
I am Officer Laveglia, one of the Community Liaison Officers. Please feel free to contact me with any concerns within the 4th Precinct. My office phone number is 631-854-8478, my cell phone number is 631-603-4076 and my email is Susan.Laveglia@suffolkcountyny.gov. I work Monday –Friday rotating tours.