The 33rd Civilian Academy class will be graduating on Wednesday, June 17, at 6:30. The keynote speaker will be Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter. Please join us in welcoming our newest Alumni. The graduation will replace our regular membership meeting for June.
See a video by News12 (featuring PO James Spadaro!) on this task force by clicking here.
SCPD Community Response Bureau-Upcoming Opportunities
This summer the Suffolk County Police Department will be offering high school students an opportunity to experience the duties of being a Police Officer. The Suffolk County Police Youth Academy is a five day program which includes classroom instruction, physical training, defensive tactics training and presentations from aviation, K-9, emergency service, and other exciting units. For pre-registration contact Jeanne @ 631 852-6109 or email: Jeanne.Kremnitzer@suffolkcountyny.gov
The Suffolk County Police Explorer Program is a learning for life, career and leadership development program open to boys and girls between the ages of 14-20. The Police Explorer program provides positive experiences to help young people make proper decisions and become responsible adults. A special emphasis is directed towards promoting the benefits of law enforcement careers. This program is available in all seven precincts. For additional information contact: Lauren Vlachos @ 631-924-7000 x137 or email: email@example.com
This summer the Suffolk County Police Department is offering a Teenage Driver Safety Course entitled “Crash Course in Crash Avoidance”. This two hour course is taught by expert police EVOC (emergency vehicle operation course) instructors. Classroom instruction is followed by a live demonstration on the EVOC track. Topics include vehicle dynamics, braking, cornering, acceleration and crash avoidance techniques. Teens between 16-19 years of age may apply. For pre-registration contact Jeanne @ 631 852-6109 or email Jeanne.Kremnitzer@suffolkcountyny.gov
Civilian Academy Application (Apply now for 34th class)
Alumni Renewal Form