The Nassau County District Attorney's Office has several office locations throughout Nassau County, in Mineola, Hempstead, Long Beach and Glen Cove. The main mailing address is 262 Old Country Road, Mineola, NY 11501.
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The Nassau County District Attorney is Anne T. Donnelly. District Attorney Donnelly is the 17th District Attorney of Nassau County. She was elected in 2021. Learn more about DA Donnelly here.
The function of the Nassau County District Attorney's Office is to investigate and prosecute violations of state and local criminal statutes occurring within Nassau County. The Nassau County District Attorney’s Office is one of the largest district attorney's offices in the country.
The Nassau County District Attorney's Office accepts complaints electronically, by mail, or through our dedicated tipline. For more information on how to file a complaint, click here.
You can quickly and easily file a FOIL request with the office online here.
The Nassau County District Attorney's Office offers positions for Assistant District Attorneys, Law Assistants, support staff, investigative staff and internships for students. To review all available positions and apply, click here.
Yes, the Nassau County District Attorney's Office offers a variety of programs to communities throughout Nassau County. The Office partners with educators, parents and children of all ages to raise awareness about drunk and reckless driving through our Choices and Consequences program; staying safe on the internet with our S.T.O.P. Then Send seminars; and makes staff available as guest speakers for career days and other school events. Our Office of Community Affairs manages a range of community forums, coalitions, and the Nassau County Heroin Prevention Task Force. We are also one of the only District Attorney's Offices in the state to participate as a local sponsor of the New York State Sheriffs' Association Operation SAFE CHILD, which provides parents with identification cards to help identify children and bring them home safely when they go missing. NCDA's Office of Immigrant Affairs helps Nassau County's immigrant or foreign-born population navigate the criminal justice system and provides support to limited-English speakers who may be witnesses or victims of crimes.