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    K9 Dog Named for Officer Fadi Rafeh
    SGT Dave Cherkes Boat Dedication
    Copkiller Invited to Speak at Suny Brockport.
    Annual Police Memorial Candlelight Vigil Saturday, May 13, 2023
    2022 Silver Shield Award
    Mission Statement
    Our mission is to advance the general welfare, safety, and efficiency of our members while facilitating an excellent relationship between police officers and the communities they serve.
    Serving Our Members

    We ensure our members are treated fairly by providing them with unsurpassed representation while safeguarding their rights under collective bargaining and the United States Constitution.
    Serving Our Community
    We strive to keep Suffolk County a safe and thriving place to live and work by aiding our members in their vocation as Suffolk County Police Officers. We highlight PBA members’ work; we recognize their heroic actions, and we educate the public regarding the sacrifices police officers make each day.
    Who We Represent
    We proudly represent active Suffolk County Police Officers, along with thousands of retired SCPD. In addition, many Suffolk County Detectives and Upper Ranking Officers remain our Associate Members
    Advocating for Public Safety

    The Suffolk PBA promotes legislation and government actions beneficial to the interests, safety, and well-being of our members and their families and we oppose legislation and government actions detrimental to those interests.
    Giving Back

    The Suffolk PBA contributes to numerous charities and our members volunteer thousands of hours to make Long Island a better place.

    On May 30th, we remember the life and legacy of Suffolk County Police Officer Carmelo Cattano who was killed in the line of duty on this day in 1963. When returning to the 2nd Precinct from special parade duty for Memorial Day, Officer Cattano was involved in a motor vehicle accident that took his life.

    On May 19th, the Suffolk PBA honored the memory of the 28 sworn members who died in the line of duty during the annual Suffolk County Police Memorial Service. We will never forget the sacrifices these officers made while protecting and serving the people of Suffolk County. May they rest in peace.

    The Suffolk Police Benevolent Association is honored to join Suffolk leaders and our fellow officers in welcoming Officer Michael LaFauci as he was released from Stony Brook University Hospital earlier today.  Officer LaFauci, who was shot in the line of duty last week, was released around 11 am to continue his recovery from home.

    Officer LaFauci nearly lost his life attempting to apprehend a violent robbery suspect.  He suffered a gunshot wound and had to be rushed to Stonybrook Hospital for surgery.  This loving father of a one year old faces a long road to recovery.  Any assistance helping his family through this difficult time would be greatly appreciated.

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