TRIAD — Elder Resources


 The County that puts SENIORS first
"The Madison County TRIAD’s mission is to enhance the quality of life and safety for senior citizens through information and resources provided by law enforcement and service providers."

TRIAD is a three - way commitment among the Sheriff’s Office, senior citizens and senior service providers. They agree to work together to reduce the criminal victimization of the elderly and enhance the delivery of law enforcement services to older persons. A major purpose of a TRIAD is to develop, expand and implement effective crime prevention and education programs for older community members. Activities center on both pre - victimization (preventive) and post - victimization (victim / witness assistance) aspects.

TRIAD works to improve the quality of life for seniors. By providing an opportunity for the exchange of information between law enforcement and older persons, Triad can also focus on reducing unwarranted fear of crime.


  • TRIAD is cooperation between law enforcement agencies and senior citizens.
  • TRIAD strives to reduce criminal victimization of older persons.
  • TRIAD assesses the needs and concerns of older citizens.
  • TRIAD leads to a broad dialogue on safety and security issues.
  • TRIAD is the link with elderly members of the community.
  • TRIAD combines common sense and imagination.
  • TRIAD is simple - and it works.

Read the Sheriff’s message here.

SALT Council

  Seniors and Law Enforcement Together - SALT Council - TRIAD Stakeholders

Committee is made up of law enforcement, senior service providers and agencies throughout Madison County.  Information on when TRIAD was adopted in Madison County and its by-laws.
Fraud and Scam Alert   Fraud and Scam Alerts

Fraud and scam alerts and how to avoid them are described here.
Senior Service Providers (2)   Senior Service Providers and Resources

A list of agencies throughout Madison County that provide services to seniors
TRIAD Information   TRIAD Information

Information on TRIAD, upcoming events and social media
Elder Abuse Reporting   Elder Abuse Reporting

There are hundreds of agencies throughout the county and state for people to contact about elder abuse.  However, if you know someone who is currently being abused contact local law enforcement.

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