DA SINI TO HOST “THE VERDICT” PUBLIC FORUM IN ISLIP AS PART OF NEW COMMUNITY OUTREACH INITIATIVE
Islip Community Meeting to be Held on May 20
Sini to Host Community Meetings in All 10 Towns to Provide Residents with Safety Updates and Foster Open Dialogue on Criminal Justice
(HAUPPAUGE, N.Y.) – Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini today announced that he will be hosting “The Verdict,” a public forum that aims to keep residents informed of safety initiatives and create a dialogue with community members on the state of criminal justice in Suffolk County, in Islip on May 20.
“These meetings will allow community members to stay informed of what my office’s priorities and accomplishments are and have an opportunity to discuss issues in their neighborhoods,” District Attorney Sini said. “I encourage everyone to attend and participate in these conversations so we can work together to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our communities.”
The Islip community meeting will be held on March 20. The meeting will take place at Reed Middle School, located at 200 Half Mile Road in Central Islip, from 6 to 8 p.m.
“The Verdict” meetings are open to the public and provide an opportunity for residents of Suffolk County to learn about the mission of the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, what District Attorney Sini has accomplished during his tenure in office, and what the Office’s priorities are moving forward. At the end of each presentation, District Attorney Sini will open the meeting up to questions and comments from the audience.
For all upcoming meeting dates, visit www.SuffolkCountyNY.gov/DA/CommunityMeetings.
If you are a community leader or group who is interested in hosting “The Verdict,” please contact the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office at 631-853-5602 or via email at DACommunity@suffolkcountyny.gov.
“The Verdict” was created with assistance from the District Attorney’s Community Advisory Board, a diverse group of residents from across Suffolk County who are trusted leaders in their communities. The Advisory Board informs District Attorney Sini and District Attorney’s Office staff members of issues affecting residents of the communities they represent and presents ideas to the Office on how to address those issues.