Fellow members,

SCCPAAA would like to invite you and your family

 to our Annual Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 15th, 2021,

at 6:00pm, in the gymnasium at the Suffolk County Police Academy. 

Please join us in celebrating another year of involvement

and commitment to our communities!

In the spirit of the season, if you are able,

we request that you bring a non-perishable food item that we will donate

to Island Harvest food pantry in Centereach for those of our neighbors

who are not as fortunate to share a good meal with good friends.  

We ask that you consider bringing some dessert to share

or volunteer to help with serving.

Unlike our tradition buffet from years past,

this year’s safety guidelines require that our meal be served

so we are asking for volunteers to join us to help bring our catered meals

to the tables, serving our fellow members and their families.

We will have holiday music, our 50/50 and something new this year.

We will be raffling off items that we have purchased from the Cop Shop!

Please RSVP to Debbie Grayer at sccpaaa@gmail.com

so that we may have a better estimate of food needed.

We look forward to seeing everyone and their families there!

PS- If you haven’t already done so, we will be accepting Membership Dues payments

at the party as well. Please remember to bring a check as we are not accepting cash or credit card.

With appreciation of your support, 

Kevin O’Hare – President

Debbie Grayer- Corresponding SecretarySuffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc.

Fellow Members,    

Here’s to a healthy year to all, as we begin our 2022 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.

We are eager to get started.  The Police Academy class has been scheduled for March. It’s looking like they will soon allow us to schedule meetings, as well. And a tentative date has been set for a Holiday Party.

The Executive Board would like to thank all members who had made a payment for their 2021 membership. We appreciate your loyalty.

The Suffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association is currently engaged in its 2022 Membership Drive. To become or remain a member, please complete the membership form and send it along with your check or money order payable to SCCPAAA, Inc. ( cash will not be accepted ) to:

SCCPAAA, Inc. c/o Suffolk County Police Academy, Suffolk County Community College, 502 Wicks Rd., Brentwood, New York 11717, Attention: Membership

It is important to remember to include your email address near the bottom of the form for communication purposes. Once received, our Membership Secretary will email your confirmation of membership. You must be a confirmed member by March 1st to vote in our elections in April.

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Please note: It is important to remember to include your legible email address neat the bottom of the form for communication purposes. Once received, our Membership Secretary will email your confirmation of membership. You must be a confirmed member by March 1st to vote in our elections in April.

With appreciation of your support,

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

Debbie Grayer – Corresponding Secretary Suffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc.

The Suffolk County Police Department Civilian Academy is open to any resident of Suffolk County that is 21 years of age or older; there is no fee or charge.

To find out more about the SCPD Civilian Academy, what it is, how long are the classes, what will be taught just tap on “The Civilian Academy” tab located at the top of our website.

The application is available at the link below, for your convenience:


Deputy Inspector Webber presented last night’s meeting. Six new police officers were introduced. They varied in backgrounds from prior NYPD experience, military or college degrees.

Crimes are on the rise. Recently a woman was assaulted at Walmart in Islandia around 4 PM. He stressed to “Know your surroundings”.

Inspector Gabriel from Financial Crimes spoke. His unit deals with a variety of issues but not domestic fraud. About 90 Billion dollars of fraud took place in the unemployment system since the beginning of COVID. IRS scams, foreign scams and PP loan scams are in the rise. One of the best ways to protect your assets is to belong to the site “Security Freeze”. Additional information can be found at https://suffolkpd.org/Precincts-and-Specialized-Units/Specialized-Units/Identity-Theft

Next months topic will include the use of Narcan and first aid. Have a very Merry Christmas !

————– Thank you Lauri Murphy for this report ! ————–

Dear Alumni Members,

Here are the major November 2021 monthly statistics for the 1st Precinct which held its meeting on December 2, 2021:

350 arrests;

8 residential and 6 commercial burglaries, mostly in stores selling cell phones;

75 controlled substance arrests;

8 stolen cars;

8 robberies.

Several search warrants were executed involving drugs.

There were two loaded handgun arrests made in Wyandanch.

The 1st precinct welcomed 33 new police officers for immediate duty.

Drug overdose statistics were not yet available.

The next meeting at the West Babylon Public Library is February 3, 2022 at 7 PM.


Justin Cooper, 1st Precinct Coordinator


1) You can now see a “Pages” bar near the top and repeated again at the bottom of each page.  This is the area denoted by green arrows in the picture below.

This is a list of page numbers, any of which you can CLICK ON to get to a page directly. No longer are you limited to just sequencing through the next or the previous page. Now you can jump around.


A group of post filters has been added to the top of the page.

If you are only interested in a specific category of posts, you can now CLICK ON one of the filters on the top of the page. (Shown above between the green arrows),

For example, clicking on the Precinct Posts filter will restrict your viewing to only those posts involving Precinct Community Meetings or other precinct news. 

At any time, you can get back to the home page by clicking on the shield logo at the top of any page.  


2) Our website is now secured by an SSL Certificate. An SSL certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates a website’s identity and enables an encrypted connection. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a security protocol that creates an encrypted link between a web server and a web browser.


3) Backup copies of the website are being kept for safe restoration in case of loss or hack.


4) Please send pictures and information for me to post. Use either email address webmaster@sccpaaa.org or optlou@gmail.com .



Lou Giudice