Suffolk County Sheriff

Errol Toulon

To eradicate the violent gang MS-13, we need a Sheriff with experience taking down gang members.

Errol Toulon, Jr. has 30 years of criminal-justice experience, heavily centered upon corrections intelligence and combating gang violence both inside and outside of correctional facilities.

His criminal justice experience commenced with 22 years as a uniformed Member of Service with the New York City Correction Department, where he served as a supervisor and instructor at the Correction Academy, the Firearms and Tactics Unit, Emergency Service Unit and Office of Compliance Consultants. Errol then spent two years serving the constituents of Suffolk County as the

Assistant Deputy County Executive for Public Safety under the administration of County Executive Steve Bellone, where he supervised eight public-safety departments, including the Suffolk County Police Department and the Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency services, as well as the Medical Examiner’s Office.

In July of 2014, Errol was named Deputy Commissioner of Operations for the New York City Correction Department. During his two and a half year tenure as Deputy Commissioner, he oversaw the Applicant Investigation Unit, Training Academy, Correction Intelligence Bureau, Emergency Preparedness and the Policy and Procedures Unit.

Errol is certified through the Department of Homeland Security in Emergency Planning, Radiological Emergency Management, Incident Response to Terrorist Bombing, WMD Threat and Risk Assessment and State Disaster Management. In addition, Errol is certified to teach Weapons of Mass Destruction Awareness, NIMS, Domestic Terrorism and Hate Crimes. He received his Master’s degree in Business Administration from Dowling College, an Advanced Certificate in Homeland Security Management from Long Island University, recently completed his Doctorate in Educational Administration and attended leadership courses at JFK School of Government at Harvard University.

Errol is a two-time cancer survivor recovering from lymphoma as well as pancreatic cancer. His battles with cancer have inspired him to further dedicate his life to helping others.

Why Errol Wins


Errol Toulon’s experience is exactly what Suffolk County voters are looking for. On the other hand, Errol’s opponent Lawrence Zacarese, is the Assistant Chief of Stony Brook University Police, and had to spend much needed money and resources to win a primary.


Errol’s experience is why he’ll be on the Independent, Democratic, and Conservative lines. Errol’s story and experience transcends political lines, making him the ideal candidate.


As we’ve seen across the country and on Long Island, Democrats are more fired up than ever to go out and vote. While Republicans are more likely to stay home, Democrats are expected to turnout at a much higher margin.