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A Message from the Suffolk County Sheriff

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Dr. Errol Toulon, Jr.

"Welcome to the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office website. I am proud of the hard work and dedication of the men and women of the Sheriff's Office. We are honored to serve and protect the residents of Suffolk County. As your Sheriff, I have made it my priority to protect public safety, speak up and against the grain to do what I know is right, and raise the bar of accountability through robust training, supervision, and adherence to high standards. Throughout my 30-year career in law enforcement, I have also come to believe in the power of community input in government, volunteerism behind the bars, and how correctional institutions can change lives for the better. One of my proudest achievements since taking office is the creation of the S.T.A.R.T. Resource Center on the grounds of the Yaphank Jail. I hope that as you scroll through our website, it will provide you with the information you are seeking, and much more."

Dr. Errol D. Toulon, Jr., Suffolk County Sheriff
Send me an email at Suffolk_Sheriff@suffolkcountyny.gov

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A New Perspective with Sheriff Errol Toulon Jr.

The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office has produced a television program that can be seen on government access stations on Long Island.  

Episode 2 is about the Sheriff's Office collaboration with other agencies, specifically with regard to Marine Enforcement. Sheriff Toulon and his guests discuss a plane crash in the waters off Quogue where many agencies worked together to recover the victims.

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In the Spotlight

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Upcoming Correction Officer I Exam 

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Visit our Employment Page to Learn More About Becoming a Correction Officer

The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office is a great place to work and pursue a rewarding career path.  Correction Officers fulfill many roles, from ensuring the safety and security of the county jails to aiding inmates in their transition to a more productive life post-release.  

In order to become a Suffolk County Correction Officer, you must first take the county civil service exam.  Register on the county website for the upcoming exam on 11/13/21.   The last filing date for this exam is September 29, 2021.  After taking the exam, it will be scored and those with the highest scores will be contacted first to advance to the next steps in the hiring process. 

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