Stuart K. Cameron is a 34 year veteran of the Suffolk County Police Department. He was promoted to Chief of Department (the highest sworn position in the department) in November of 2015.
Chief Cameron is a graduate of the 208th session of the FBI National Academy and he has a Master’s Degree from SUNY Albany.
Chief Cameron has been involved in the development of national level procedures and homeland security training and has been an active instructor on topics related to homeland security, school security and public safety. Chief Cameron chaired a committee that developed the concept of operations for the New York City area Securing the Cities Program, the largest homeland security threat reduction program of its kind.
Chief Cameron has published over two dozen articles on a variety of public safety and counter-terrorism related topics in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, IACP’s The Police Chief, and CBRNe World magazine, among other publications.
Chief Cameron has been married to his wife, Margaret, for 32 years. They have three children and one grandchild.