Residents can join in on the “National Night Against Crime” festivities at six Suffolk locations this coming Tuesday, August 3rd:

· First Precinct: Movie Night at Wyandanch Park. Time TBA.
· Second Precinct: Tri CYA, located at 809 New York Ave. in Huntington, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Activities include BBQ, entertainment and giveaways.
· Third Precinct: Brentwood Public Library, located at 34 Second Ave. in Brentwood, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Activities include entertainment and giveaways.
· Fourth Precinct: Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. with police demonstrations and fire department vehicles. There will be a movie shown at 8:15 p.m.
• Fifth Precinct: South Ocean Middle School, located at 225 South Ocean Ave. in Patchogue, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Activities include free food, entertainment and giveaways.
· Sixth Precinct: Centereach Pool Complex, located at 286 Hawkins Road in Centereach, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Activities include swimming and music.
· Seventh Precinct: William Floyd High School Football Field, located at 240 Mastic Beach Road in Mastic Beach, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Activities include EMS and fire department vehicle demonstrations.

Kevin O’Hare – President Suffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc

Douglas E. King – Vice President Suffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc.

End of Watch to Remember 2020 Ceremony at the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Riverhead.

Pictured is Kevin O’Hare, President Suffolk County Citizens Academy, District Attorney Tim Sini, and Sheriff Errol Toulon.

Thursday, members of Inv. Sgt. Allison’s family, Tim Sini, Sheriff Errol Toulon, Lou Viscusi, President of the Corrections Union, John Becker, President of the Deputy Sheriffs PBA, and members of the End of Watch Ride to Remember Caravan to honor his memory and other members of law enforcement who died in service over the past year. 

Police Officers Sylvia Gill and Daniel Fraas and Kevin O’Hare, President Suffolk County Citizens Academy, with the 39th SCCCPAAA Graduation class

Kevin O’Hare addresses the 39th Graduation class

The 39th Graduation Class on Thursday, July 1, 2021

with Police Officers Sylvia Gill and Daniel Fraas

Fellow members, 

The SCCPAAA board would like to congratulate you on your graduation!

You’ve been through a lot – a lot of learning, a lot to see and do and a lot of fun. But it doesn’t have to stop there!
We invite you to join us, the alumni association, as we continue our involvement in supporting our relationship between our graduates and the Suffolk County Police Department. Your dues are currently paid through the end of the year but we are hoping you will want to join us for the new membership year beginning in January.
We traditionally have general membership meetings every other month at the Academy.  These meetings usually include a guest speaker, remarks from our president, a report on what’s happening at each of the precincts and any questions/comments from our members. We will notify you of local events that you may wish to attend such as National Night Out, Cops Who Care, Coffee With a Cop, field trips and our Holiday Party. Our board will be planning events and as the dates and details are confirmed we will notify you by email. Most activity starts in September so enjoy your summer!
Please feel welcomed to email me, your corresponding secretary, with any questions or comments you may have at I may not have all the answers but I should be able to get them for you or connect you with someone who can help. 
Looking forward to continuing the fun with you all!
With appreciation of your support, 
Kevin O’Hare – President

Debbie Grayer – Corresponding Secretary

Suffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc.

Fellow Members,    

Greetings to all as we begin our  2021 Membership Year which runs January 1st through December 31st!
We are hopeful that this new beginning brings with it the promise of a fresh new start.The Police Academy class has just begun  and we are being allowed limited access for some meetings as well.We are eager to get started. The Executive Board would like to thankall members who had made a paymentfor their 2020 membership.We appreciate your loyalty.
The Suffolk County Citizens’ PoliceAcademy Alumni Associationis currently engaged in its 2021Membership Drive.To become or remain a member,please complete the membership form and send it along with your check or money orderpayable to SCCPAAA, Inc. to:SCCPAAA, Inc.c/o Suffolk County Police AcademySuffolk County Community College502 Wicks Rd.Brentwood, New York 11717Attention: Membership
The Annual Membership Dues are as follows:Individual Membership$25.00Couples Membership(2 individuals at the same address who have completed the program)$40.00Associate Membership(for those living outside Suffolk County-no voting privileges)$15.00

Please use this link for membership form:!AsO640XwAleCgxvBTI9F7PFkhubYThe application can also befound on our website
Please note: It is important toremember to include your legible email address near the bottom of the form for communication purposes.Once received, our Membership Secretarywill email your confirmation of membershipas well as your 2021 sticker for your badge..

With appreciation of your support,

Kevin O’Hare – President

Debbie Grayer – Corresponding Secretary

Suffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc.