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07/31/2015

Media Advisory:Fluvanna Sheriff's Office Sign TRIAD Agreement

MEDIA ADVISORY
Friday, July 31, 2015


Contact: Andrea Gaines
Director of Communications
Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office
againes@fluvannasheriff.com
(434)591-2005

 

The Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office Joins the Virginia Attorney General’s Office in Signing the Official Fluvanna County TRIAD Cooperative Agreement


WHO:
The Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office and the Virginia Attorney General’s Office

WHAT:
Fluvanna County Sheriff Eric B. Hess, Virginia Attorney General Mark R .Herring, and several Fluvanna county agency leaders will officially sign a cooperative agreement to form the Fluvanna County TRIAD. Attorney General Herring will be the keynote speaker at the ceremony.

WHERE:
Fluvanna County Circuit Court, 72 Main Street, Palmyra, VA 22963

WHEN:
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
2:00PM-3:30PM

WHY:
TRIAD is a cooperative effort of law enforcement agencies, senior citizens, and senior organizations, focused on reducing crimes against seniors. The Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office recently re-instituted its TRIAD initiative, and will formally announce the first meeting date of the newly formed Fluvanna TRIAD during the cooperative agreement signing.

DETAILS:
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 (IACP), 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.

 

 

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