The SOA is pleased to announce the 2019 scholarship awards applications are now being accepted!
You can apply for up to 3 different scholarships for your high school and college students, with a total of 16 scholarships to be awarded. Please review the individual eligibility requirements and restrictions on each form and follow the instructions carefully as they vary. Remember to mail each application timely so that it is received by the date listed to the address provided on it. Late or incomplete applications will not be entered in the drawing. Past winners are not eligible. The winners for the SOA and NY LEF scholarships will be drawn at the June 12th open meeting and then posted on the website and the winners will also be contacted via mail. The Police Reserves will draw their winners and then notify both the SOA and the recipients around that date as well.
This year we are introducing a new type of scholarship award: The “SOA Benefactor Award”. This is due to the generosity of SOA member, retired Sergeant John T. Johnson, in memory of his dad, NYPD Police Officer Herbert F. Johnson. This award will be drawn from the SOA scholarship applicants as outlined below.
Good luck to all our applicants!
Please see below for printable applications.
SOA Scholarships – (13 total winners)
$2500 Sergeant Lawrence Devine Scholarship (1 winner)
$1000 Sergeant Tim Henck Award (1 winner)
$500 SOA Scholarship (10 winners)
$500 SOA Benefactor Award (1 winner)
In Memory of NYPD Police Officer Herbert F. Johnson sponsored by retired SCPD Sergeant John T. Johnson
The Police Reserves of Suffolk County –
$1000 (2 winners)
NY Law Enforcement Foundation –
$1000 (1 winner)
Visit the SCPD Fallen Heroes Page - click here - Officers Down Memorial Page
Here are the SOA Benefit Forms for:
Davis Vision - Out of Network
Healthplex Dental - please note new mailing address on form
Hearing Aid Benefit
Prescription Drug Reimbursement - Prescriptions from 2018 NOW AVAILABLE
Participating Dentist List Revised 6/4/19
Application for Military Service Catch Up
A participant in the Suffolk County Deferred Compensation Plan who is called to active duty in the United States Military is eligible to make up deferrals to the Plan in the amount that they could have deferred to the Plan had their employment with the County not been interrupted by military service.
Make up contributions must be made within a period not exceeding three times the period of your qualified military service, but in no case more than five years. This period begins the day that you return to work.
Please contact Mike Koubek at 631-654-0400 or email@example.com, to determine eligibility and submit an application. The printable application is below.
Completed forms can be sent inter-dept mail to Jim Gruenfelder at the SOA office or mailed to the PO Box on the form.
Dept Order Ref Time Donation / User Use Form
Donation / Use of Time Form
Completed forms should be submitted to Chief of Department for reimbursement of time used for deployments.
Contact Jim Gruenfelder with all questions regarding these forms
The Suffolk County Police Historical Society is recruiting members to support the organization.
The membership form is attached below.
Additionally, commemorative bricks for the patio in front of Police Headquarters are available.
The form is below as well.