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SUFFOLK County Jail Address

SUFFOLK County Jail
100 Center Dr
Riverhead, NY
11901

Phone:(631) 852-2200

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 8:11am
VIDEO: @Newsday was on hand last week as @SheriffDeMarco unveiled the Sheriff's Addiction Treatment Program at the Correctional Facility. https://t.co/NxCOHn08kX
Friday, May 19th, 2017 at 6:47am
Today, Sheriff DeMarco unveiled the Sheriff's Addiction Treatment Program at the Suffolk Correctional Facility: https://t.co/9P1nCTzQQb https://t.co/cbBR9MYjMq Suffolk_Sheriff photo
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Thursday, May 18th, 2017 at 12:32am
We're behind the scenes at @FoxBusiness Network's @Varneyco where Sheriff DeMarco is discussing gangs and the Trump Administration policies. https://t.co/xtyeCyVVAz Suffolk_Sheriff photo
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Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 8:33am
Students from England's @barnsleycollege toured the Riverhead jail yesterday to learn about how the criminal justice system works in the US. https://t.co/kb7IyC2zF8 Suffolk_Sheriff photo
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Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 7:16am
Catch @SheriffDeMarco on @FoxBusiness Network tomorrow at 10:30 am as he discusses the @POTUS's pledge to eliminate gangs with @Varneyco. https://t.co/kGmwHZMuI2 Suffolk_Sheriff photo
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Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos — at Community Ambulance Company.Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 11:01am
KEEPING OUR CHILDREN SAFE

This past Saturday, the Sheriff's Office teamed up with Community Ambulance Company and Suffolk County Legislator Bill Lindsay III to distribute free child ID cards as part of Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco's Operation Safe Child program. Correction Officers photographed and fingerprinted dozens of children and submitted their relevant information to the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services. Parents were also issued ID cards to keep for their children. The card contains critical information to aid in a child’s search should they ever go missing.

Also, specially trained Deputy Sheriffs were on hand to inspect vehicles to ensure that child safety seats were properly installed. Did you know that up to 72 percent of the child safety seats in cars on the road today have serious defects or are improperly installed?

To request any of our community programs for your upcoming event, please visit our website: www.suffolksheriff.com
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Suffolk County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos — at Wyandanch Wheatley Heights Ambulance Corp..Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 9:54am
SHERIFF'S OFFICE DISTRIBUTES CHILD ID CARDS AND COLLECTS UNUSED MEDICATIONS IN WYANDANCH

This Saturday, the Sheriff's Office teamed up with the Wyandanch Wheatley Heights Ambulance Corp. to offer two important programs to local residents.

Correction Officers were on hand to distribute free child ID cards as part of Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco's Operation Safe Child program. Officers photographed and fingerprinted dozens of children and submitted their relevant information to the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services (Amber Alert). Parents were also issued ID cards to keep for their children. The card contains critical information to aid in a child’s search should they ever go missing.

Deputy Sheriffs were also on hand to collect unused medication as part of our "Shed the Meds" initiative. Proper disposal of medication is essential to protect the environment, and ensure that old prescriptions don’t end up in the wrong hands.
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Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, May 20th, 2017 at 7:20am
SHERIFF'S OFFICE RECEIVES A VISIT FROM OVERSEAS

Students studying Public Services from Barnsley College in the United Kingdom toured the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Riverhead on Monday to learn more about the United States criminal justice system.

Many public and private schools across Suffolk County participate in our jail tours throughout the year. Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco also launched a new initiative in 2010, allowing parents to accompany their kids into the facility for a personal jail tour by special appointment.

The tour is designed to be interactive, taking participants through each step of the arrest and intake process as it actually occurs. Participants are processed through the fingerprinting and mug shots area. Participants also gather in the jail's Chapel area where several inmates volunteer to speak to them about the consequences of making poor choices. The inmate’s “How I Got to This Point In My Life ” talk gives the participants a realistic view of how accountability for one’s actions sometimes means arrest and incarceration.

To request a jail tour, please visit our website: http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/sheriff/CommunityPrograms/YESProgram.aspx
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Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 19th, 2017 at 9:58am
SUFFOLK COUNTY SHERIFF KICKS OFF ADDICTION TREATMENT WING

Today, Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco joined with members of the county’s drug treatment community, program volunteers and county officials to officially kick off the Sheriff’s Addiction Treatment Program (SATP) wing housed in a newly renovated section of the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Yaphank.

The SATP recently replaced the jail’s former DWI initiative, and according to Sheriff DeMarco, offers a timely and effective treatment course for inmates whose criminal behavior correlates with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. “The drug epidemic is affecting every community on Long Island and across the nation. It impacts individuals, small business, our schools and quality of life. Almost every robbery in recent years can be linked to an opioid addiction, and the Suffolk County Correctional Facility should do all it can to help address this public crisis”.

During the ceremony at the county jail, he thanked all of the non-profit organizations that have stepped up to support the Sheriff’s Office’s rehabilitation programs. Approximately seventy people attended the event, including Suffolk County Executive Steven Bellone and Legislator Tom Barraga. Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, attendees had the opportunity to tour the new wing of the jail.

Sheriff DeMarco has spearheaded many innovative initiatives throughout his tenure. Last year he launched a Veterans Re-entry POD, and in 2011 he created the Youth Tier Initiative for incarcerated youth.
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Suffolk County Sheriff's Office was live.Friday, May 19th, 2017 at 3:42am
Sheriff DeMarco launches the Sheriff's Addiction Treatment Program Wing at the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Yaphank.
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Suffolk County Sheriff's Office shared Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco's post.Thursday, May 18th, 2017 at 10:36am
ICYMI: Earlier today, Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco appeared on Fox Business Network's Varney & Co.
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Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, May 18th, 2017 at 10:21am
SHERIFF TO UNVEIL NEW DRUG TREATMENT WING AT THE SUFFOLK COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

Tomorrow, May 18th at 11:00 am, Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco will join with members of the county’s drug treatment community, program volunteers and county officials to officially kick off the Sheriff’s Addiction Treatment Program (SATP) housed in a newly renovated wing of the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Yaphank. There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony in front of the SATP wing at 11:30 am.

The SATP recently replaced the jail’s former DWI initiative, and according to Sheriff DeMarco, offers a timely and effective treatment course for inmates whose criminal behavior is linked to an addiction to drugs or alcohol. “The drug epidemic is affecting every community on Long Island and across the nation. It impacts individuals, small business, our schools and quality of life. Almost every robbery in recent years can be linked to an opioid addiction, and the Suffolk County Correctional Facility should do all it can to help address this public crisis.”

Be sure to check back here on our Facebook page for live coverage from the event starting at 11 am tomorrow.