Press Releases

Historic Inaugural Ceremony on Friday Sheriff Errol Toulon is the First African American Sheriff in Suffolk County History BRENTWOOD, NY-- On January 5th at 12:00 PM, Errol D. Toulon, Jr., Ed.D. will be sworn in as the 67th Sheriff of Suffolk County at an inaugural ceremony at the Van Nostrand Theater at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood.  Read More...
Deputy Sheriff Locates Lost Engagement Ring in Snow for Stranded Couple

EASTPORT, NY-- Last Saturday’s snowfall made travel difficult for many Long Islanders but for Natalie Gerweck of Bay Shore and Jason Griffin of Ronkonkoma, it was a day they will probably never forget. 

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Teen Arrested Following Chase on the Long Island Expressway

A 16-year-old male from Centereach, New York was arrested Wednesday evening by Deputy Sheriffs following a vehicle pursuit on the Long Island Expressway and William Floyd Parkway. 

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Historic Transition at Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Begins Sheriff-Elect Toulon Seeking Candidates for Position of Undersheriff YAPHANK, NY – Today, Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent. F. DeMarco and Sheriff-Elect Errol Toulon, Jr. jointly announced the establishment of a Transition Office at the County Sheriff’s Office located at 200 Suffolk Avenue in Yaphank. Read More...
The Veterans Re-Entry Task Force Pays Tribute to Sheriff DeMarco

YAPHANK, NY-- The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Veterans Re-entry Task Force hosted a ceremony today at the Yaphank Correctional Facility to pay tribute to Sheriff Vincent F. DeMarco. 

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Sheriff's Forum on Gang Intelligence Brings Together Diverse Group of Partners

HAUPPAUGE, NY-- Hundreds of law enforcement experts gathered at the Radisson Hotel in Hauppauge on Thursday, October 19th for the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office’s Annual Gang Intelligence Seminar. The event, which is in its 11th year, was started by Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco in 2006, and is recognized as one of the nation’s foremost events for gang-related information sharing and education.

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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office Offers Two Life-Saving Programs for Domestic Violence Victims YAPHANK, NY-- One in four women will be the victim of domestic violence at some point in her lifetime and three women are killed every day at the hands of a current or former intimate partner. Read More...
New Handcuffs to Healing Program Is Making Shelter Dogs More Adoptable and Transforming Lives YAPHANK, NY-- The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office, along with Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine, and Michael Gould, President and Founder of Hounds Town Charities, announced a unique initiative help make dogs from the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter more adoptable.  Read More...
Marijuana Forest Seized, Manorville Man Arrested

A months’ long Sheriff’s Office investigation culminated last week with the confiscation of over one-hundred marijuana plants in addition to previously harvested marijuana in various stages of the drying process prior to packing for sale, totaling over 30 pounds. 

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Suffolk County Girl Scouts to Earn New Suffolk Sheriff's Patch First-Ever Law Enforcement Patch to be Unveiled at Open House YAPHANK, NY-- Sheriff Vincent F. DeMarco will be joined by more than fifty Suffolk County Girl Scouts at an unveiling ceremony for the new Suffolk County Sheriff’s Girl Scout Patch at the Open House and Family Day on Sunday, September 17th at the Yaphank Jail. Read More...
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