Lookup Jail Inmates in SUFFOLK County New York. Results Include: Arrest Records, Mugshots, Booking Date, Age, Charges, Bail Amt, Conviction Date, Issuing Agency, Release Date, Release Reason, Next Court Date, Court, Future Release Date

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Suffolk County?

Affordable Bail Bonds New York - Central Islip

home 320 Carleton Ave #1000, Central Islip, NY 11722, USA
phone (631) 234-2663

Write a review

There are no reviews yet for this business. Be the first to review

 

Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in SUFFOLK County Here: http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/sheriff/PublicInformation/TheCorrectionalFacilities.aspx

SUFFOLK County Jail Address

SUFFOLK County Jail
100 Center Dr
Riverhead, NY
11901

Phone:(631) 852-2200

Suffolk County, NY Offense Statistics
Violent Crime59
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter0
Rape (revised and legacy definition)0
Robbery0
Aggravated Assault59
Property Crime0
Burglary0
Larceny-theft0
Motor Vehicle Theft0
Arsonnot available
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Friday, December 15th, 2017 at 8:34am
The Sheriff's Office has teamed up with @NewHOUR_LI & the @RVCDiocese's Office of Prison Ministry to brighten the holidays for children of inmates currently in our jails in Suffolk County by distributing toys during jail visiting hours. Full story: https://t.co/IQIonLmYVS https://t.co/DbHdvXJetS Suffolk_Sheriff photo
Thursday, December 14th, 2017 at 6:56am
Sheriff-Elect Errol Toulon, Jr. stopped by the Sheriff's Enforcement Bureau Holiday Party today to meet and speak with our Deputy Sheriffs and civilian staff that work tirelessly year-round to serve our residents. https://t.co/VINoeFYah0 Suffolk_Sheriff photo
Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 8:05am
Suffolk County @SheriffDeMarco and the members of the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office would like to wish those celebrating throughout Suffolk County, New York, and around the world a very Happy #Hanukkah Chag Sameach! https://t.co/I5HLD5UKec Suffolk_Sheriff photo
Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 at 8:13am
LIFE-SAVING HEROICS IN EASTPORT TODAY: Sheriff's Office Lieutenant Sal Petrone and Good Samaritans pulled an unconscious man out of his burning vehicle in Eastport today, seconds before the vehicle became fully engulfed. Full story: https://t.co/2E8AsW5kdu https://t.co/g6onf0gYnM Suffolk_Sheriff photo
Saturday, December 9th, 2017 at 10:54am
A Winter Storm Warning has been issued by the @NWSNewYorkNY for 5-7 inches of snow across most of Suffolk County. The warning is in effect from 4 am Saturday to 6 am Sunday. @SheriffDeMarco offers important tips for driving in the snow ahead of the storm: https://t.co/1MajMCBFsg https://t.co/05qdIvtKMW Suffolk_Sheriff photo
Saturday, December 9th, 2017 at 8:20am
ICYMI: Sheriff-Elect Toulon and @SheriffDeMarco announce historic transition at the Sheriff's Office has begun. Full story: https://t.co/0yv92FSKIl https://t.co/1nQyegdmEp Suffolk_Sheriff photo
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, December 16th, 2017 at 9:38am
MCGRUFF MAKES NEW FRIENDS IN WEST ISLIP

Recently, children in West Islip got to know our good friend McGruff. That's because the Sheriff's Office teamed up with West Islip SEPTA and the West Islip Public Library for a four week program tailored to special needs children in the community.

Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco offers the McGruff program as a platform to teach children important safety lessons while getting them actively involved in the learning process. Children of all ages are faced with many types of social challenges, and unfortunately, bullying has become a serious issue for many kids.

The McGruff Program seeks to give children the social tools they need to recognize bullying behavior, prevent it from occurring and handle it effectively when confronted with a tough situation – whether on the playground, the bus, the lunchroom or playing in the neighborhood.
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, December 15th, 2017 at 11:25am
BRIGHTENING THE HOLIDAYS FOR CHILDREN OF SUFFOLK COUNTY INMATES

New HOUR for Women & Children and the Office of Prison Ministry of the Diocese of Rockville Centre has teamed up with the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office to make sure the children of inmates currently incarcerated in our jails in Suffolk County aren't forgotten this holiday season. New Hour staff and volunteers have been distributing toys to children who come in to the Riverhead and Yaphank jails to visit their parent.

Are you interested in helping spread holiday cheer to the children of those incarcerated? Please contact New Hour directly at (631) 273-3300, as they are currently in need of volunteers to distribute toys at our Riverhead Correctional Facility tomorrow and Saturday.
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Friday, December 15th, 2017 at 12:09am
HONORING GRADUATES OF SHERIFF'S OFFICE GANG-PREVENTION PROGRAM IN BRENTWOOD

Recently, over 175 students from Brentwood Union Free School District's North Elementary School officially became graduates of the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office GREAT Program. Pictured with the students are Deputy Sheriff Brian Butler and Correction Officer David Dias who taught the students throughout the 6 session program.

With prevention as its primary objective, the classroom curriculum aims to prevent bullying, youth crime, violence, drug use, and gang involvement. GREAT lessons focus on providing life skills to students to help them avoid using delinquent behavior and violence to solve problems, and make positive life choices. Since Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco launched GREAT in 2006, the program has reached over 60,000 children across Suffolk County.

When law enforcement and the citizens that we serve come together to develop positive relationships, we create safer communities! Congratulations to our new friends in #Brentwood!
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office is at Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Civil Enforcement Section.Thursday, December 14th, 2017 at 9:55am
Sheriff-Elect Errol Toulon, Jr. stopped by the Sheriff's Enforcement Bureau Holiday Party today to meet and speak with our Deputy Sheriffs and civilian staff that work tirelessly year-round to serve our residents.
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 11:00am
Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco and the members of the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office would like to wish those celebrating throughout Suffolk County, New York, and around the world a very Happy Hanukkah! Chag Sameach!
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, December 12th, 2017 at 11:04am
SHERIFF'S OFFICE LIEUTENANT AND GOOD SAMARITANS RESCUE UNCONSCIOUS MAN FROM BURNING SUV IN EASTPORT

Today, at approximately 2:51 pm, Lieutenant Salvatore Petrone was driving his unmarked Sheriff's vehicle on County Road 51 in Eastport when he observed a black Hyundai SUV that veered off the roadway and crashed into a utility pole. Lt. Petrone immediately responded to the crash where he assessed the scene and determined that the vehicle's sole occupant, an unconscious male, must be removed from the vehicle without delay as smoke began to fill the vehicle's cabin. With the help of 2 Good Samaritans who stopped to render assistance, the group was able free the man's trapped legs and pull him out of the car to safety seconds before the vehicle became fully engulfed by the fire. The driver was turned over to East Moriches Ambulance for transport to an area hospital and the car fire was extinguished by the Eastport Fire Department.

The heroic actions of Lt. Petrone and the Good Samaritans saved a life today. Please join Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco and the members of the Sheriff's Office in recognizing the fearless and courageous efforts of Lt. Petrone and everyone else involved today.

Crash scene photo courtesy of Stringer News.