4th precinct Inspector Regina ran tonight’s meeting along with Deputy Inspector Lawler.

SCCPAAA President Kevin O’Hare, Vice President Lauri Murphy and board member Robert Murphy were in attendance.

The Inspector reviewed with the residents the police activity in the precinct during the previous month.

There was an arrest of an individual responsible for multiple larcenies in the 3rd, 4th and 5th precincts. This individual was tracked via GPS using his court ordered ankle bracelet.

Police responding to a report of a subject checking car door handles in Islandia. The area was canvased by officers. When they located the suspect he assaulted the officers as they were questioning him. He was placed under arrest and charged with assault 2nd against a police officer.

Starting this month the 4th precinct will be starting to use body cameras. A presentation was made showing how the cameras work and how they can be an effective tool for law enforcement. The cameras are being placed in service precinct by precinct.

The next 4th precinct community meeting will be held February 7th.

Thanks to Bob Murphy

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.

554 crimes were reported in the Precinct for December, 2022.

Last year during the same period there were 564 crimes reported.

December 2022 crimes included:

  • 0 Homicide
  • 4 Aggravated Assaults
  • 7 Burglaries (5 Residential, 2 Commercial)
  • 3 Robberies
  • 10 Grand Larcenies Auto

3 reported trigger pulls and 2 victims shot during December 2022

5 reported trigger pulls and 3 victims shot in December 2021

There were 208 arrests on 261 charges in December including:

  • 6 Assaults
  • 5 Burglaries
  • 13 Drugs
  • 3 Robbery
  • 26 DWIs (40 charges)

There were 25 Drug overdoses in December, 4 of which were fatal.

There were 87 crashes in December including 2 fatal and 2 with injuries.

These included 32 leaving the scene and 7 were DWI related.

There were 26 arrests for DWI including 40 charges.

Officers wrote 1534 tickets.

A citation was presented to longtime community activist and retired NYPD Detective Leonard Gibbs on his 91st birthday.

Deputy Inspector Todd Barone, Detective Leonard Gibbs (ret), Inspector Joseph Condolff

The next community meeting will be held at the precinct on Feb 14th, 2023 at 10 AM.

submitted by Lou Giudice

January community meeting was attended by John Callori and Debbie Grayer. It was another short meeting due to the hacking incident. 

Most emails and data systems are back, but key ones are still experiencing a problem.

The precinct has put together a task force to combat street racing.  They have issued over 130 tickets in the Wicks rd area alone.

There is still the big push on lock your vehicle up when it’s unattended.

The ongoing issue with catalytic Converters is still there.        

The only other items to report are about the upcoming SCPD exam in June , with the deadline to apply in April 19.

And lastly, the next community meeting is February 7th, 7pm at the Brentwood Library. 

Happy New Year to all. 

Thanks to John Callori, Mike Aziz, and Debbie Grayer

Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter, P. O. Joseph D’Alessandro, and Deputy Inspector Steven Rohde .
Peter Colli, Deputy Inspector Steven Rohde, Kevin O’Hare, Debbie Grayer
P. O. Joseph D’Alessandro