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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.

Louis J. Janda is a Director with Suffolk County Crime Stoppers.

Crime Stoppers of Suffolk County Inc. was established in April 1994 as an independent privately funded nonprofit organization working collaboratively with Suffolk County residents and law enforcement agencies in Suffolk County.

Individuals can call anonymously to report information about crime and illegal gang, gun, or drug activity in their communities and cash rewards of up to $5,000 are awarded for information that results in arrests

6th Precinct Meeting 11-9-2021 notes
reported by Lou Giudice

Deputy Inspector D’Agostino presided.

Sgt. Murphy gave a presentation on human trafficking intelligence
operations.

October 2021 6th Precinct Statistics:

570 reported crimes including
     1 homicide
    12 aggravated assaults
    19 burglaries (11 residential, 8 commercial)
     1 robbery
     4 grand larcenies auto
     8 trigger pulls (3 victims shot)

215 arrests with 270 charges including
     6 assaults
     3 burglaries
    35 drug
    16 DWI’s (25 charges)

25 drug overdoses including 4 fatalities

483 motor vehicle accidents including
    100 with injuries
     42 leaving the scene
      5 dwi related

1209 vehicle and traffic enforcement tickets were issued.

Coming Events:

Sunday, November 14th, 2021 10am to 1pm
Reading With A Cop
location: Port Jefferson Plaza Laundromat
          564 Jefferson Plaza
          Port Jefferson NY
for info contact 6th Precinct COPE (631) 854-8689

Wednesday, December 1st, 2021 11am to 1pm
Coffee With A Cop
In attendance NY State Senators Mattera and Palumbo
location: Long Island Breakthrough Center
          3723 Route 112
          Coram NY
for info contact Sen. Mattera @ (631) 361-2154
or 6th Precinct COPE (631) 854-8689

Tuesday, December 14th, 2021 10am
6th Precinct Community Meeting
location: 6th Precinct
          400 Middle Country Road
          Selden NY
for info contact 6th Precinct COPE (631) 854-8689

Thank you Lou.

Here are the major October 2021 monthly statistics for the 1st Precinct which held its meeting on November 4, 2021:


306 arrests;
22 drug overdoses, one fatal;
6 residential and 7 commercial burglaries;
4 shootings, all in the Babylon area;
64 drug-related and 14 heroin arrests.
Stolen cars and street races continue to be problems.
There were a number of loaded handgun arrests.
A 17-year old was stabbed in the stomach by another 17-year old male in Deer Park.


I gave a presentation for our Academy Recruitment Drive.  Several church groups and one local elected official each took a brochure and an application and indicated the information would be included in their online newsletters.


The next meeting at the West Babylon Public Library is Dec. 2, 2021 at 7 PM.

Respectfully, Justin Cooper, 1st Precinct Coordinator