Law Enforcement Personnel

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    Taxonomy Code: YO-6500.4500

    Individuals who maintain order, enforce laws and ordinances and protect life and property within their jurisdictions which may be at municipal, county, state or federal levels. Included are uniformed officers with general law enforcement duties who patrol a specific area on foot or in a vehicle, direct traffic, issue traffic summonses, investigate accidents, apprehend and arrest suspects and respond to requests for assistance; plainclothes detectives who gather facts and collect evidence for criminal cases; officers who work for specific institutions (e.g., school districts or universities); and special agents (e.g., FBI agents, border patrol agents) who deal with specific types of crimes (e.g., narcotics, firearms) or have specialized assignments (e.g., protection of prisoners, witnesses or designated government officials). Some police officers specialize in such diverse fields as chemical and microscopic analysis, training and firearms instruction, or handwriting and fingerprint identification. Others work with special units such as horseback, bicycle, motorcycle or harbor patrol, canine corps or special weapons and tactics (SWAT), or emergency response teams. Regardless of job duties or location, police officers and detectives at all levels must write reports and maintain meticulous records that will be needed if they testify in court.

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    FIRST RESPONDER THERAPEUTIC ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMOffers specialized addiction for first responder professionals such as law enforcement, firefighters, military, Veterans, EMT's and Correctional officers. Treats not only the addiction but also the underlying issues that are often associated to such high-demand professions, namely stress, anxiety, depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).SuffolkFIRST RESPONDER THERAPEUTIC ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMLONG ISLAND CENTER FOR RECOVERY
    FLORENCE AND ROBERT A. ROSEN FAMILY WELLNESS CENTERProvides wellness, health and parenting workshops training for health-care professionals referrals to physical and mental health services outreach to military and law enforcement agencies and individuals (Children, Adolescents, Adults). Also offers couples and family counseling to law enforcement officers, military personnel and their families, as well as help with Post Tramatic Stress Syndrome. Provides assessments and counseling for current Active Duty, Guard and Reservists, OEF/OIF and Desert Storm veterans and their families. Member of Northwell Health.NassauNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-MANHASSETNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-MANHASSET
    LONG ISLAND TRANS EXPERIENCEProvides social support services to transgender youth, adults and seniors, as well as their families. LITE's mission is to advance the harmony and support of one another without displaying prejudice. Through the promotion of common-interest forums and other resources LITE strives to remove the barriers toward these goals and promote the education of all peoples and governing bodies which affect us.SuffolkLONG ISLAND TRANS EXPERIENCETHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    RECRUITMENTResponsible for the recruitment of qualified candidates by providing a focus on equal opportunity for all applicants regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, age, national origin, sexual orientation, political affiliation, disability, marital status, or any other factor not directly related to job performance. Recruitment Officers will maintain positive and productive relationships with community leaders, educational institutions, and religious organizations to provide continuous efforts to recruit eligible applicants at high schools and colleges.SuffolkCOMMUNITY RELATIONS BUREAUSUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

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