Local/State Police Trained by FLETC (Suffolk County Police Department)

Curtis Waltman filed this request with the Suffolk County Police Department of Suffolk County, NY.
Due Feb. 9, 2017
Est. Completion None
Status
Awaiting Response

Communications

From: Curtis Waltman

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the New York State Freedom of Information Law (1977 N.Y. Laws ch. 933), I hereby request the following records:

Requests, emails , or other written communication to the Department of Homeland Security for the purpose of having Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) programs held in their own jurisdictions. According to the FLETC website, they export programs to state and local police departments tuition-free. The following link is the page in which this is explained. https://www.fletc.gov/registration

The names of all officers in your department who have received training from Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers between 1/1/12 and the date this request was processed. In case your department does not keep such a list, I would like a copy of any forms or applications submitted by officers for training with or expenses related to Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers between 1/1/12 and the date this request is processed.

The following is a list of FLETC courses I would like searched for:
-Active Shooter Threat Training Program
-Advanced Instruction for Marksmanship
-All Terrain Vehicle Training Program
-Advanced Pistol Training Program
-Continuing Legal Education Training Program-Uniformed Police
-Covert Electronic Tracking Program
-Internet Investigations Training Program
-Introduction to Digital Evidence Analysis
-Mobile Device Investigations Program
-Use of Force Instructor Training Program
-Land Transportation Antiterrorism Training Program

If the forms, applications, or requests do not specify which courses are going to be attended than just include any FLETC courses.

As a member of the news media working for MuckRock News I request that a fee waiver for my request be granted. My work has been published by national outlets. My work for Motherboard can be viewed at the following link: http://motherboard.vice.com/author/cwaltman

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 5 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Curtis Waltman

From: Suffolk County Police Department

An acknowledgement letter, stating the request is being processed.

From: PIO,

An acknowledgement letter was sent to you from Central Records on February 1.
Thanks,
Ryan

From: PIO,

Did you get the acknowledgement letter in the mail?
Kerry

From: PIO,

You were sent an email from this office on 3/1 asking if you received an acknowledgement letter in the mail from our records department. We never received a reply. Did you get that letter? There is no one in records at this hour for me to check with. For now, please advise if you got the letter and I will check with them later to see what the latest is.
Thanks,
Kerry

From: Curtis Waltman

We did receive the letter, thanks you.

From: PIO,

Your request is being worked on.

Dawn

From: PIO,

Your follow-up request has been forwarded to our Records Department.

Cordially,
James

From: PIO,

Your follow up request was received and has been forwarded to our Record Department.
Cordially,
James

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Your follow up request was received and has been forwarded to our Record Department.
Best Regards,

Rachel

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Good Morning.

We received your follow-up request. It has been forwarded to our Records Department with a request for an update.

Cordially,
James

From: Muckrock Staff

To Whom It May Concern:

I wanted to follow up on the following request, copied below. Please let me know when I can expect to receive a response.

Thanks for your help, and let me know if further clarification is needed.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

From: Suffolk County Police Department

Thank you for contacting the Suffolk County Police Department. A Department representative will generally respond to your correspondence within three business days.

Emergencies: If you are contacting us about an EMERGENCY, please dial 911 immediately. If you are outside Suffolk County and are writing about an emergency within Suffolk County, please call our Communications Center at (631) 852-6400.

Non-emergencies requiring a police response: If you do not have an emergency, but wish to report a matter that requires a police officer respond, please call (631)852-COPS (2677). For non-emergency police response within Suffolk County, please dial (631)852-COPS—Please do not dial 911. Additional telephone numbers are also listed on our webpage at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/> by clicking on the Phone Directory icon. Please do not call precincts directly for matters requiring a police response.

Help Keep Our Communities Safe: Please report tips and information regarding crimes to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS(8477), or by sending the information via text message by texting your message to “SCPD” and then “CRIMES” (274637). Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com<http://www.tipsubmit.com/>. The identity of persons providing information is kept anonymous, and rewards may be available!

Stay informed: Information on programs and initiatives of the Police Department are often posted on our website at www.suffolkpd.org<http://www.suffolkpd.org/>. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and media alerts by signing up for e-Updates at www.suffolkcountyny.gov<http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/>, selecting the Public Safety and FRES category.

We value your feedback: Please tell us how we are doing by completing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey online at suffolkpd.org,<http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/survey.htm> clicking on the Citizen Satisfaction Survey icon on our homepage.

REMEMBER: During periods of inclement weather, major incidents or disasters, it is essential that you not call “911” unless it is a true emergency. Emergency lines must be kept clear for those calls that are absolute emergencies. For non-emergency police response, always dial (631) 852-COPS (2677). Please do not dial “911” unless it is a true emergency.

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