Event held at American Air Power Museum in Farmingdale.
Officer Michael LaFauci, 6th Precinct, was wounded in the line of duty in Coram last month. A ceremony honoring him was held at the 4th Precinct.
In attendance representing SCCPAAA was Lou Giudice.
680 crimes were reported in the Precinct for May, 2023.
Last year during the same period there were 565 crimes reported.
Therefore, compared to last year, crime increased by 20.4% for the month of May.
May 2023 crimes included:
- 0 Homicide
- 10 Aggravated Assaults
- 11 Burglaries (2 Residential, 9 Commercial)
- 5 Robberies
- 12 Grand Larcenies Auto
- 1 Trigger Pull (1 6th Precinct Officer Shot) during May 2023 (out of 5 recorded gun crimes).
- compared to May 2022, when we had 3 Trigger Pulls (2 Victims Shot) out of 4 recorded gun crimes.
There were 242 arrests on 281 charges in May including:
- 4 Assaults
- 2 Burglary
- 37 Drugs
- 2 Robberies
- 11 DWis (18 Charges)
There were 24 drug overdoses in the 6th Precinct in May, 6 of which were fatal.
There were 544 motor vehicle crashes
(down 2.6% from May 2022 which had 569 crashes)
- 1 Fatal
- 106 With Injuries
- 18 Leaving The Scene
- 8 DWI Related
Officers wrote 2718 tickets.
SITE TEAM wrote 105 tickets.
After waning off, Catalytic Converter thefts are now increasing again.
Detectives are looking at a potential new burglary crime pattern emerging.
The next 6th Precinct Community Meeting will be held Tuesday July 11th at 7PM at the precinct.
The 3 Precinct community meeting was held
on June 6th. Here’s what’s going on.
31 new officer’s assigned to us as of 4-17-2023.
12 wks of field training ends July 8th.
New class graduates from the Academy 8-18-2023.
Puerto Rico Day Parade was this past weekend.
3000 participants, over 10,000 people attended.
Body cameras are worn by All officers.
Supervisors will get them in the fall.
Now that summer is here pool safety and awareness
is strogly enphasized. Keep gates closed and secure.
If you have a pool alarm make sure it works.
Fron 2022 to 2023 so far.
residential burglaries 15 to 17 up 13.3% from 2019.
commercial burglaries 22 compared to 39 decreased 43.6%.
robberies are down 30 compared to 41.
grand larcenies (Motor Vehicle) 104 down from 124.
Please rember to lock your car, take valuables,
and your keys.
Big Push on Car Meets, especially Best Buy
Parking lot. They seized 1 car, 2 arrests and
issued 64 summonses.
Slow Down Suffolk program in effect from
end of Memorial Day weekend till Labor Day. It is
the 100 deadliest days for teenage drivers. It’s a
In the Bayshore Downtown and Marina Areas,
a more visible police presence this sunner will be
noticed. The department is working with the Islip
Town Public Safety unit and meeting with the
local Chamber of Commerce and business owners.
There will be a fundraiser softball game on
June 9th. Please see Attached photo.
Upcoming events :
6/1 to 6/11 South Shore Mall Carnival
6/11 Bayshore Arts Festival
6/15-6/25 LI Fun Fest at SCCC
6/29 Islip Dine and Shop on Main Street
Alive by the Bay Spm-9pm on Main St in Bayshore
6/27, 7/11, 5/25, 8/8, A rain date of 8/15.
National Night out is Tuesday August 1st
at Roberto Clemente Park.
Next Meeting is Sept 5th, 7pm at the
Bayshore, Brightwaters Library.
This meeting was Attended by Michael Aziz and
Have a safe and great summer.