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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 with between police officers and the communities we 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.

    The Suffolk PBA's Annual Member Volleyball Tournament will be held on October 1st, 2022.  Tickets are now available for purchase. Please contact the PBA Office or Union Rep. for Tickets & Details.

    On August 21st, a 911 call came in about a woman in labor with a baby in distress at a home in Ronkonkoma. Fifth Precinct  Officers Coyne and Ferrara, along with members of the Lakeland Fire Department, responded and assisted the midwife and the woman’s husband in helping the mom deliver the baby. The first responders administered oxygen to the baby for a short period of time.

    This past week in Connecticut, Officers from the Suffolk County Emergency Service competed in the 2022 SWAT Challenge. The event had 6 tactical shooting events followed by a 6 mile, 36 station obstacle course carrying a 35lb KB, 35lb slam ball and 45lb sandbag. A great team building event and we couldn’t be more proud of our officers.

    Police Officer Brian Gebhard from the Polizei Bremen Department in Germany stopped by the PBA office, and met many friends along the way. Officer Brian did a ride along with Officer Samartino in the 7th Pct. to observe what our Suffolk Officers go through on a daily basis, and compare it to his police work in Germany.

    Check out Episode 4 of “Embrace The Suck” with one of our own, Suffolk County Police Officer Matias Ferreira, a former Marine who’s got one of the most inspirational stories you’ll ever hear. After losing both of his legs in Afghanistan, Officer Ferreira goes on to embrace the suck, learn how to use prosthetics and becomes the first ever double-amputee police officer.

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    Blog Posts

    Sep 04 LRIS- Public Employee Free Speech Case
    By Louis Civello
    Aug 15 Mid-summer Blog on Current Events
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    Aug 10 LRIS-Management Porta-Potty Retaliation
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    Jul 26 WellDyne Data breach
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