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Sep
28
2017

30-Year Law Enforcement Veteran Errol Toulon Nominated for Suffolk Sheriff

Two-Time Cancer Survivor is Only Candidate with Corrections Experience for Position Charged with Running Jail

Suffolk County Democrats officially nominated Errol Toulon as their candidate for Suffolk County Sheriff. Toulon is a 30-year law enforcement veteran who served for 22 years as a uniformed officer in the New York City Department of Corrections,...read more »

Sep
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...read more »

Apr
14
2016

It was the first time the Suffolk County Democrats ever hosted a presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton helped raise $510,000 for the party, said Suffolk County Democratic Chairman Rich Schaffer at press time.

Clinton also attracted 850 supporters to the tightly secured Villa Lombardi’s catering venue in Holbrook.

Clinton swung through back-to-back appearances on Monday, including a roundtable...read more »

Feb
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...read more »

Jul
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 new traffic court and Fire, Rescue and Emergency...read more »

Jul
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 new traffic court and Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services Department, and the recent search...read more »

Jul
6
2014

Errol Toulon Jr. is leaving his job as top law enforcement adviser to Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone to become the $185,000-a-year first deputy correction commissioner in New York City, where he had been a correction captain.

Toulon, a $125,515-a-year assistant deputy county executive, departs after nearly two years overseeing the county's new traffic court; the Fire, Rescue and Emergency...read more »

Jul
6
2014

Errol Toulon Jr. is leaving his job as top law enforcement adviser to Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone to become the $185,000-a-year first deputy correction commissioner in New York City, where he had been a correction captain.

Toulon, a $125,515-a-year assistant deputy county executive, departs after nearly two years overseeing the county's new traffic court; the Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services Department; and the recent...read more »