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Legislator Robert Trotta
June 6, 2014

Robert Trotta Newsletter - Summer 2014


Welcome to my Suffolk County homepage. As your newly elected Suffolk County Legislator, thank you for affording me the opportunity to represent you in the 13th Legislative District. Public service has been my life. For the past 25 years I was a detective in the Suffolk County Police Department and for over 10 years worked with the FBI Violent Crime Task Force. Now, I am starting a new career as your County Legislator.

I am honored to have been appointed to serve on the following Committees:

  • Budget & Finance
  • Education & Information Technology
  • Health
  • Human Services Committees
  • Ways & Means

If I may be of assistance with any county-related problem or issue, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 631-854-3900. My staff and I are here to serve you.


Sponsored Legislation

-- Amending the Administrative Code to expand the requirements for appointed officers of the Suffolk County Police Department (IR 1390-14)

-- Adopting a Local Law to ensure access to emergency services via telephone (IR 1325-14)

-- Directing all County Departments and Agencies to update multi-line telephone systems to directly dial 911 (IR 1324-14)

-- Directing the County Attorney to examine the feasibility of commencing legal action against certain major cigarette manufacturers (IR 1249-14)

-- Strengthening the policy against dual public salaries (IR 1043-14)

Photo Gallery
County Narcan Training Program Helps Parents and Residents to Deal with a Drug Overdose
Pictured at the Narcan training seminar are from left to right: Laura Giardino, Clinical Nurse Practitioner, Kim Revere, president of Kings Park in the kNOw, Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta, Denise Creighton, Kings Park, Suffolk County Legislator Leslie Kennedy, Walter Duryea, Kings Park, Robert Delagi, Director, EMS and Public Health Emergency Preparedness, and Dr. Gregson Pignott, Clinical Director.

Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta, in conjunction with Kings Park in the kNOw, organized an Opioid Overdose Prevention Program and Narcan Training Class on April 20. Participants learned how to recognize the signs of a drug overdose and to stop the harmful effects of an overdose by administering Narcan nasal spray. More than 40 residents attended the program and were certified to administer Narcan.

Legislator Trotta thanked the staff of the Suffolk County Department of Health Services for conducting this vital educational program and to the attendees for coming out for this important session. “Being able to administer Narcan to a family member or another victim who has overdosed is critical to saving a life,” said Legislator Trotta. “I plan to schedule another training this fall,” added Legislator Trotta.



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