Tim Sini for Suffolk County District Attorney
Tim Sini is running for Suffolk County District Attorney to restore integrity to the office and make Suffolk County a safer place to live, work and raise a family.
He currently serves as the Suffolk County Police Commissioner. Following a scandal that ended in the federal prosecution of the former Chief of Department, Tim was appointed to this position in January of 2016. Previously, he served as Suffolk’s Deputy County Executive for Public Safety. Upon the appointment, Tim immediately set forth clear objectives:
- Restore integrity to the leadership of our County’s Police Department
- Reduce crime
- Improve community relations throughout the county
- Address the opioid epidemic by punishing dealers and helping the addicted
- Aggressively fight gang violence
Here’s what others are saying about Tim Sini
Suffolk County Executive
In my mind, there is no candidate better equipped to go in and do what is necessary to end the culture of corruption and replace it with the highest ethical standards.
Former US Attorney
Those of us who stand for justice, integrity and the law, stand with Tim Sini for District Attorney. As the Suffolk County Police Commissioner, he has worked tirelessly to restore professionalism and integrity to the leadership of the Police Department. As District Attorney, he will bring the culture of the Southern District of New York to the top law enforcement office in Suffolk County.
Chairman, Suffolk County Democratic Party
We have someone who is young, energetic and in tune with today’s law enforcement techniques, who has brought the police department together after its worst scandal in history.
Tim in the News
Suffolk County police have arrested two men who they said were responsible for several bank robberies, officials said on Thursday. Michael Hantzidiamantis of Kew Gardens, Queens, and Corey Suozzo, 25, were caught by detectives using fingerprint technology after they...read more
Three members and an associate of the Bloods street gang were arrested late Tuesday after one of them drove a Dodge Durango head-on into an undercover police vehicle, Suffolk authorities said. Police recovered a half-ounce of heroin and a loaded handgun that had been...read more
The widow of fallen Suffolk County police Sgt. Timothy J. Henck was left deeply moved Saturday following the dedication of the newly renovated Sayville Athletic Turf Field in his honor 22 years after his death. “It’s an incredible feeling. We’re truly touched,” said...read more
Election Day 2017
Tuesday November 7, 2017