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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:

https://scpdcrb.suffolkcountyny.gov/Portals/14/Documents%20and%20Forms/CiviliansAcadApp.pdf

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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.

Fellow members, 


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. Recently, due to cancelled meetings on both our part and the precincts’ part, no information was being shared. We’re all a little rusty. 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 Recording Secretary Erin King (irisheyes126@optonline.net).- 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 currently have at least one coordinator for each precinct but we still have two open alternate positions for precincts 1 and 5. We want you to have a back-up plan in case something comes up and you’re not available to attend a meeting. If you know someone who might be interested please let us know.


Coordinators/Alternates:

1st Precinct  – Justin Cooper/open

2nd Precinct – Dick Holmes/ Mark Firzgerald

3rd Precinct – Mike Aziz/ John Callori

4th Precinct – Lauri Murphy/ Bob Murphy

5th Precinct – Beth Santagata/ open

6th Precinct – Rebecca Darmarin/ Lou Giudice

7th Precinct – Nicole Dionne-Kehlenbeck/ Bill Todd


We are trying to make sure that you all have business cards and supplies in case you need them. Please respond and let me know where you stand. I will be providing you with a precinct listing with meeting dates at this upcoming meeting. 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.

With appreciation of your support,

Kevin O’Hare – President

Debbie Grayer – Corresponding Secretary

Suffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc.