(Yaphank, NY)- In response to the Department of Homeland Security’s national terrorism bulletin that was issued on Wednesday, Suffolk County Police released the following statement, “While there is currently no credible threat to Suffolk County, the department continues to communicate with our federal partners. Earlier this month, the department participated in a Zoom meeting with the Major Cities Chiefs Association and United States Conference of Mayors to Discuss the violent events that occurred in Washington D.C. This served as an opportunity for law enforcement across the country to share intelligence and discuss concerns and strategies for maximizing public safety. The department also took part in a conference call with the Deputy Director of the FBI. The department continues to monitor intelligence and will increase patrols accordingly”.
File: Suffolk County Police Headquarters in Yaphank, NY in October 2020 (Brett Levine)