Working With SCCO

Welcome to Suffolk County Constable’s Office.  We are excited that you have chosen us as your service provider.  We are committed to providing you the best service possible. Below is a “How to Guide” for working with SCCO.

What to expect from SCCO

We are a full time full staffed Constable office trained in all areas of civil process.  When we are out in the field we represent not only our office, but yours as well.  All officers are uniformed and identifiable, and will conduct themselves in a professional manner and attire.  Service is handled quickly, correctly and professionally.

Hours of Operation

Our office is open Monday through Friday 9am-5pm.  Many days we are out completing service before and after hours.   At all times we can be reached via email or cell phone.  For more detailed information about our management team and how to contact them click Meet Our Team.

What’s the best way to send the work my office needs completed?

Whichever way is most convenient for you.  You can email, fax, mail and even stop by our office during business hours. In many cases we do not need the original paperwork.  We complete service with the copy provided, and mail you back our adhesive label to affix to your original paperwork.

When will my service request be completed?

We serve all process within 48 hours of receipt.  If you have a rush service and it needs to get done today, just let us know and we can make arrangements to get that service done immediately.

How do I get billed?

Our invoice will come over with our return of service. You may mail back payment with the top of the invoice directly to our office. Per request we can set your company up with online payment capability through our Payment Network.  Our invoices are typically set to net 30 terms.

Training Program

SCCO offers a free training seminar to property management and real estate offices. Its aim is to help our clients understand the eviction process and the role our plays.

Is there anything you need from me?

We would like to have contact information for anybody that may be handling cases sent to our office. That includes full name, address, phone number, fax, and email. Emails will be sent to this individual once service is completed with all pertinent details. If you work for a property management company, and use an attorney’s office to handle your eviction process, we would need their contact information as well.

But most importantly, we want you to call when you have any questions, suggestions, complaints, or concerns.  We are here to make this whole process as easy as possible.