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05/06/2015

Fluvanna Sheriff's Office Re-establishes TRIAD

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 6, 2015

CONTACT: Sheriff Eric B. Hess
(434)589-8211
ehess@fluvannasheriff.com

The Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office Joins the Virginia Attorney General’s Office
In Re-Instituting Crime-Fighting Initiative for Seniors
The Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office Commemorates Older Americans Month by Re-Establishing TRIAD

Palmyra, Va. - This year, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Older Americans Act (OAA) and Older Americans Month, the Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office will re-introduce the TRIAD program to Fluvanna County. In Partnership with Virginia’s Attorney General’s Office, the Sheriff’s Office will sponsor the TRIAD program, which is dedicated to develop, expand, and implement effective crime prevention and safety programs for older Virginians.

The term TRIAD references the three founding organizations that established the program in 1988: The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the International Association of Chiefs (ICAP), and the National Sheriff’s Association (NSA). The relationship was solidified when the three organizations signed a cooperative agreement. It is an alliance between senior citizens and law enforcement, and the goal is to share information about how seniors can avoid becoming victims of crime and enhance the safety and quality of their lives.

The Fluvanna Sheriff’s Office had an active TRIAD in past years, and will re-organize the initiative utilizing its Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) volunteers. Fluvanna County Sheriff Eric B. Hess is currently meeting with officials from the Virginia Attorney General’s Office to solidify the details of the partnership. Sheriff Hess said, “TRIAD encourages community partnerships, and that is a major focus of community policing. We look forward to developing new relationships and enhancing current partnerships with this initiative.”

For more information about the Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office’s TRIAD initiative, contact the Fluvanna County Sheriff’s VIPS Coordinators, Ms. Sandra Patterson at pattersonfcsovips@gmail.com or Ms. Valerie Luevano at luevanofcsoVIPS@gmail.com.

                      

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