SCCPAAA Clothing

Custom Shirts by Stuart

We have made arrangements to offer our members SCCPAAA clothing items – T-shirts, short sleeve polo shirts, long sleeve polo shirts and full- zip hoodie sweatshirts. All items are generously sized and come in sizes  S,  M,  L,  XL,  2XL and 3XL. (We will have a small selection of samples for you to see.)

We are keeping the cost down by avoiding shipping. All orders and pickups are in person only.

You may place your order at either our Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 14th or our next General Membership meeting on Wednesday, February 15th and pay by either cash or check. You may pick up your order at the following scheduled General Membership meeting.

Clothing will ONLY be available at meetings, no shipping available.

T-Shirt (short sleeve) with Emblem Patch ____________________$25.00  

Polo Shirt (short sleeve) with Embroidery Patch _______________ $45.00

Polo Shirt (long sleeve) with Embroidery Patch ________________ $45.00

Full Zip Hoodie Sweatshirt with Embroidery Patch ______________ $55.00

With appreciation of your support, Kevin O’Hare – PresidentDebbie Grayer – Corresponding SecretarySuffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc.

listed in date order


7th Precinct Community Meeting

Tuesday December 6th at 10AM

at 7th Precinct

1491 William Floyd Pkwy, Shirley NY


2nd Precinct Skate with a Cop

Wednesday December 7th, 2022 4:30PM-6:30PM

at the Town of Huntington Clark Gillies Arena

575 Vanderbilt Parkway, Dix Hills NY

Free Admission and Skate Rental


2ndPrecinct “Make Guac with a Cop”

Thursday December 8th, 2022 4PM

at Moe’s Southwest Grill

610 Broadhollow Rd., Melville NY

GUAC CLASS | $5 PER KID

Join our local law enforcement in learning how to make the staple of our dishes, our signature guacamole!
Hang out, read a book or even ask a cop your questions.


HOLIDAY PARTY

Wednesday December 14th, 2022 6PM-9PM

at Suffolk County Police Academy Gym

1001 Crooked Hill Rd, Brentwood, NY

Coordinators/Alternates:
  • 1st Precinct  – Justin Cooper/Peter Colli
  • 2nd Precinct – Dick Holmes/ Mark Firzgerald
  • 3rd Precinct – Mike Aziz/ John Callori
  • 4th Precinct – Lauri Murphy/ Bob Murphy
  • 5th Precinct – Beth Santagata/ Erich Beck
  • 6th Precinct – Lou Giudice/ Bob Marketta
  • 7th Precinct – Nicole Dionne-Kehlenbeck/ Bill Todd
Congratulations on volunteering as precinct coordinators! Many of you are new in this role and some of you have been active for quite some time. So what exactly did you sign up for? Let’s go over what’s expected- – We ask that you attend your precinct’s monthly community meeting and take note of what you think our members would want to hear about – crime rate statistics, trends in violence, hate crimes, local issues, etc?  While you’re there, fill in the brochures (English and Spanish), introduce yourself and feel free to recruit anyone interested or have them inquire on our website for more information. Use your business cards. Coordinators and their alternates can both attend and report, take turns – whatever  works best for you.- Email a paragraph or two (bulleted is fine) to our Webmaster Lou Giudice (webmaster@sccpaaa.org)  and our Acting Recording Deborah Grayer(sccpaaa@gmail.com) .- Report back to the members attending the following general membership meeting. It doesn’t need to be formal, just a brief idea of what’s going on.  We are trying to make sure that you all have business cards and supplies in case you need them. Please respond and let us know where you stand. Do you need-Business cards? Brochures (English)? Brochures (Spanish)? Academy class applications? (now on our Website) We are trying very hard to give you what you need. Any suggestions or questions, please ask.  Thanks again for volunteering.

A new section of the web site has been added. Click on the home page menu entitled “SCPD Crime Prevetion & Safety Tips” to view it.

The meeting was presided over by Inspector Joe Condolff, commanding officer of the 6th Precinct.

In attendance representing SCCPAAA were Bob Marketta and Lou Giudice.

653 crimes were reported in the Precinct for October, 2022.

Last year during the same period there were 585 crimes reported.

October 2022 crimes included:

  • 1 Homicide
  • 9 Aggravated Assaults
  • 14 Burglaries (4 Residential, 10 Commercial)
  • 6 Robberies
  • 19 Grand Larcenies Auto

5 reported trigger pulls and 2 victims shot out of 10 reported gun crimes during October 2022

9 reported trigger pulls and 3 victims shot out of 13 reported gun crimes in October 2021

There were 161 arrests on 216 charges in October including:

  • 6 Assaults
  • 1 Burglary
  • 37 Drugs
  • 4 Robberies
  • 15 DWIs (24 charges)

There were 17 Drug overdoses in October, 4 of which were fatal.

There were 593 crashes in October including 3 fatal and 100 with injuries.

These included 27 leaving the scene and 2 DWI related.

There were 15 arrests for DWI including 24 charges.

Officers wrote 688 tickets.

The next community meeting will be held at the precinct on Dec 13th, 2022 at 10 AM

submitted by Lou Giudice

4th precinct Inspector Regina ran the meeting along with Deputy Inspector Lawler.

The topic of the meeting was Public Service.

The first guest speaker for the evening was the Chief of Smithtown Public Safety. He explained that his department consists of Park Rangers, Harbormaster, Fire Prevention, Ordinances and the Department of Emergency Management.

The Village of Islandia Code Enforcement/Public Safety also had a representative that gave an overview of her department.

Inspector Regina and Deputy Inspector Lawler gave the residents a synopsis of some incidents that have ocurred in the precinct. The catalytic converter thefts continue to be problem not only in the precinct but nationwide. There were 49 thefts last month. They were able to make an arrest related to the thefts in Kings Park. They urged residents not to confront the thieves but to dial 911.

Street racers continue to be an issue. Last month there was an incident where racers jumped on a Sargent’s car and caused extensive damage when the Police attempted to break up the gathering in the vicinity of the L.I.E. and Ocean Avenue.

The next 4th precinct community meeting will be held December 6th.

Thanks to Bob Murphy