The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office is an ideal place to build a career in law enforcement. We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and training.
The Sheriff's Office is accepting resumes for the position of Deputy Undersheriff.
Learn more on our career web page.
The Sheriff's Office recently launched a Community Service Committee comprised of staff who care about our neighborhoods and want to give of their time to help those in need. Their current project highlights American Heart Month! The Sheriff's Office will be hosting a blood drive on APRIL 1st and we are looking for individuals to pledge to give blood.
Errol D. Toulon, Jr. is Suffolk County's 67th Sheriff. He was elected in November 2017 and began his first term on January 1, 2018. Read Sheriff Toulon's bio, and meet the rest of our executive team.
A new Suffolk County Sheriff's Office Explorer Program is coming soon. An informational session will be held on March 19th from 6-8 pm in Yaphank. Click here to register for the information session and read program literature. Call (631) 852-3763.
Sheriff Toulon wants everyone to know about Project Lifesaver -- a powerful wristband designed to help the Sheriff's Office locate individuals that wander due to cognitive impairments.
The Civil Enforcement Section of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office is the enforcement arm of the civil courts. We have compiled information about the eviction process, property and income executions and more.
The Order of Protection Notification System (OPNS) is designed to send alerts regarding Family Court Issued Orders. Click Learn More to register for notifications under OPNS, receive inmate release information via VINE Link, and other help for crime victims.
The Sheriff's Office is out meeting with residents in communities across Suffolk County at public events throughout the year. Click below to find out when we will be in your town with programs like Shed the Meds, Child ID Cards, and more.
The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office has partnered with Sandy Hook Promise to offer prevention programming. "Say Something" teaches students, grades 6-12, how to look for warning signs, signals and threats, especially in social media, of an individual who may be a threat to themselves or others -- and to say something to a trusted adult to get help. Call (631) 852-3406 for more information.
Sheriff’s Office Deputies have received specialized training to do on-site security, risk and vulnerability assessments of buildings and grounds. Call (631) 852-3763 for more information.
This program aims to teach school staff and students what to do to best protect themselves in the event there is an active shooter incident at a school. This 2-hour program provides practical lessons that can save lives. Call (631) 852-3763 for more information.
The Stop the Bleed Program is a program for school staff and students that teaches the basics of emergency bleeding control techniques. It is taught by a certified EMT. Call (631) 852-3763 for more information.
Errol D. Toulon, Jr., Ed.D. was sworn-in as the 67th Sheriff of Suffolk County at a ceremony on January 12, 2018 at the Van Nostrand Theater at Suffolk County Community College (SCCC) in Brentwood. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo presided over the Oath of Office in front of hundreds of family members, friends and supporters.