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Suffolk County Information
The population of the county based on what was recorded by the census in 2010 was 1,493,350 and then it increased to 1,501,587 in 2015. This is the 4th most populous county in the state and the county seat is Riverhead. The county was founded in 1683 and the total area is 2,373 square miles. The departments in the county office that handle the safety and protection of citizens and visitors are emergency management, crime investigation, Sheriff’s office, probation, and public defender.
The Sheriff is Vincent F. DeMarco and the mailing address is Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office 100 Center Drive Riverhead, NY 11901
The phone number of his office is 631-852-2205 and if you want to write him an e-mail, you can send it to Suffolk_Sheriff@suffolkcountyny.gov
Sheriff Vincent F. DeMarco is known for using technology as his tenure for being Sheriff and it has delivered impressive results. Improvements and policy have made their roads safer, while saving taxpayers millions since he started office in 2006.
The district administrative judge is Honorable C. Randall Hinrichs
The district executive is Warren G. Clark, Esq.
The office address is 400 Carleton Avenue P.O. Box 9080 Central Slip, NY 11722-9080
The phone number of his office is 631-853-5368
The Central Slip office is comprised of the office’s District Court and Case Advisory Bureaus, and also Domestic Violence Unit and Stop Bias Program.
You need to do an electronic filing (e-filing) and the forms can be downloaded through the web site
110 Center Drive S, Riverhead, NY 11901, United States
Phone number is 631-852-2200
Visiting schedule is based on the first letter of the inmate’s last name
2:30 to 3:30 B, E, Z for odd days and D, S, V for even days
4 pm to 5 pm M, P, Q, X for odd days and F, G, J, Y for even days
6:45 to 7:45 C, K, W for odd days and L, N, T for even days
8:15 to 9:15 O, U, R for odd days and A, H, I for even days
Suffolk County Sheriff Office Address: 100 Center Dr S, Riverhead, NY 11901, United States
Sheriff Toulon & the members of the Sheriff’s Office stand shoulder to shoulder with our brothers & sisters in the @Chicago_Police Dept. in mourning the tragic loss of two of #Chicago’s finest tonight. https://t.co/mlM0Fsd9Vm
A devastating tragedy occurred tonight at 103rd and Cottage Grove where two of our Officers, investigating a shots fired call, were struck by a passing train. Please pray for our 5th District Police Officers and all of our Chicago Police family. https://t.co/yRbR8xfkOS
Today, the Sheriff's Office visited @AmityvilleUFSD to present the "Say Something" Program, a joint collaboration between Sheriff Toulon & the @sandyhook Promise. The compelling program teaches students how to notice the signs of a fellow student in distress or w/bad intentions. https://t.co/ZLOv2o9VGY
We said goodbye to our Sheriff's Office Fall Student Interns during a graduation ceremony this week. Sheriff Toulon congratulated our interns for completing the unique program that gives interns a look at the vital role the Sheriff’s Office plays in the criminal justice system https://t.co/dQqZDX4UOg
(2/2) The goal of the Say Something Program is to teach children & adults about the observable signs that are often present in someone that might hurt themselves or others--& teaches them how to take appropriate action to get help for the at-risk individual before tragedy occurs.
Please join us in pausing to remember the 20 children & 6 educators who were senselessly killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School 6 years ago.
To protect our students from violence, Sheriff Toulon has partnered w/ @sandyhook to bring the Say Something Program to Suffolk schools. https://t.co/e2CkWMZRJz