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    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, 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.

    Yesterday, the SCPD Hockey team took on the Suffolk Sheriff’s Department to help the family of the late District Attorney Investigator Kevin Meyer. We would like to thank everyone who came out for this incredible cause.

    New York is in great danger. In the years since the new bail laws were passed, violent crimes in New York City rose by more than 36%. There are more robberies. There are more assaults. Long Island isn't safe. Remember: crime commutes just as easily as you do. This November 8th, vote like your safety depends on it. Ad paid for by Long Island Law Enforcement Foundation. Click on Read More to watch the video.

    Local elected leaders and the Suffolk PBA honored our first responder heroes here in Suffolk County with a special breakfast dedicated to them and everything they did during the COVID-19 pandemic

    Today marks one year since Officer Timothy Thrane’s life-threatening accident. Officer Thrane was hit by a drunk driver while directing traffic in Yaphank and was placed in a coma to save his life. Due to the miraculous work of Dr. Vosswinkel, Tim was able to return home and is recovering at an incredibly rapid rate.

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    Blog Posts

    Nov 15 Pre-Tax Flex 2023
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    Action Center

    New York has fallen so far. Decades of progess making NY a safe and prosperous place to live have been undone by polticians pandering to leftwing radicals and ciminals. Save Our State by electing Lee Zeldin Governor. Click the link above to help.

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Suffolk County PBA
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