Errol Toulon Nominated for Suffolk Sheriff
The Right Choice for Sheriff Errol Toulon has an outstanding record in law enforcement
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September 18, 2017

It looks like Phil Boyle is going back to the State Senate.

The Point has learned that Suffolk County Democratic leader Rich Schaffer will not give Boyle the party ballot line to run for sheriff. In an amazing rebuke by his own party, Boyle lost the GOP primary last week to Lawrence Zacarese, assistant chief of the Stony Brook University police. Schaffer will go instead with Errol Toulon Jr., a former Suffolk deputy county executive for criminal justice matters.

While Schaffer initially had promised the Democratic line to Boyle, meaning he could have run practically unopposed in November, the calculation changed dramatically with his primary defeat. Boyle’s continued quest for sheriff on the Democratic line and against the candidate of his party was too politically risky for both Boyle and Schaffer. | read more ››

February 23, 2015

Dr. Errol Toulon Jr., deputy commissioner for operations of the New York City Department of Correction and a former assistant deputy Suffolk County executive for public safety, will deliver the keynote address at the Town of Huntington’s 28th Annual Black History Month Celebration Feb. 26.

Toulon has had a long and distinguished career in criminal justice, including 22 years as a uniformed member with the Department of Correction from 1982 to 2004. During that span... | read more ››

July 7, 2014
Errol Toulon Jr.

Errol Toulon Jr., the Bellone administration's top law enforcement adviser, is exiting county government to return to the New York City Department of Correction where he is taking a $185,000-a-year job as first deputy commissioner.

Toulon, a $125,515-a-year assistant deputy county executive, departs after nearly two years overseeing the county’s... | read more ››

July 7, 2014

Errol Toulon Jr., the Bellone administration's top law enforcement adviser, is exiting county government to return to the New York City Department of Correction where he is taking a $185,000-a-year job as first deputy commissioner.

Toulon, a $125,515-a-year assistant deputy county executive, departs after nearly two years overseeing the county’s... | read more ››