Members of the Alumni Association have been asked once again to help out at Police Week during the week of May 11th. They are looking for at least twenty volunteers in total to help out on Family Day, Saturday May 9th and Monday, May 11th through Wednesday, May 13th from 9:00AM to 1:00PM on all four days. There will be shifts from 9:00AM to 11:00AM and then 11:00AM to 1:00PM. Please let Doug King know what days you can help and what time you would like to come. If you are not able to make your shift YOU MUST EMAIL DOUG 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE so he can get coverage for that shift.

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: lvlachos@bsamail.org

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