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PEABODY

TRIAD


Seniors

and

Law Enforcement Together


Mission Statement


To develop and implement policies and programs to reduce criminal victimization, promote crime prevention and safety awareness, and serve the needs of the senior community in Peabody.  In addition, the Council will design and support programs to improve the quality of life for our senior citizens.


If you would like information about becoming a Triad Council member, or would like more information on any of the Triad Programs, please contact the Peabody Council on Aging at

978-531-2254





WHAT IS TRIAD?


Triad is a community policing initiative between seniors, law enforcement, and service providers to increase safety through education and crime prevention.  Its goals are:

Reduce criminal activity which targets older Americans

Alleviate seniors’ fear of victimization, build confidence and improve the quality of life

Enhance delivery of law enforcement services to senior citizens


WHAT DOES A TRIAD COUNCIL DO?


Empower – give seniors leadership on the Triad Council to determine its direction.

Educate – gather information on criminal activity, and sponsor crime prevention workshops and other programs.

Reach out – reduce fear and increase peace of mind for seniors

Force Links – provide a forum to discuss crime-related needs and concerns of seniors, identify problem areas, and develop and implement community-wide solutions.

House Numbers: 4” numbers to comply with the Massachusetts law and local ordinance.


“ICE: Stickers for Cell Phones


Speaker Series


Identity Theft

Senior Scams

Prescription Drug Disposal

Elder Abuse

Health Care Proxy

Durable Power of Attorney

Homestead Act

Home Improvement Contractor’s Statute

Hoarding

Health Care Fraud

“Teens Today”: Current Issues Facing your Adolescent Grandchild


Also Available thru other Agencies


Hoarding: presentations provided by Laurie Grant, GLSS, 781-586-8605

Health Care Errors, Fraud and Abuse: presentations provided by SMP from Elder Services of the Merrimac Valley, 800-892-0890

The Play:

Breaking the Silence – Voices of Hope

GLSS & NJN 781-599-0110

Registry of Motor Vehicles Safe Driving Presentations:

Michele Ellicks 617-973-8995

Current Projects


"Yellow Dot" Program: This sticker on your car's back window alerts emergency responders to Medical Data Record in the glove box of the car.


File of Life: Magnetic Pouch holding your updated medical information on the refrigerator door.


Photo Id: for seniors who do not drive.



9-1-1 Disability Indicator Program: Applications available at the Police Department or Torigian Community Life Center. This confidential program enables       9-1-1 dispatchers' access to information regarding individuals with disabilities to aid in their emergency care.


Identity Theft: What to do?


Grab and Go Bags: Be ready for an unexpected disaster.


My Personal Information: Record guide for families


SafeLink: Application forms for wireless phones available thru PCOA Social Service.


The current Peabody Triad Council:


Members at Large

Chairperson: ----------------------- -------Joseph Mendonca

Administrative Assistant………..Sheila Dzengelewski

Correspondence Secretary: ----------Catherine Morrocco

Ella Roland         Leonard Roland

Helen Lang          Marie Mello

Carol Murtagh      Natalie Rabitski

Barbara Doyle      Frank Hardy

Andy Metropolis


Permanent Members’ Representatives


City of Peabody:

Chris Ryder, Chief of Staff


District Attorney:

Mikki Defeo, Assistant District Attorney

Deputy Chief of Victim/Witness Services


Essex County Sheriff's Department:

Maurice Pratt

Assistant Superintendent, III


Peabody Council On Aging:

Carolyn Wynn, Director

Maryanne Pierce, Social Services Coordinator


Peabody Police:

Scott Richards, Captain,Special Services/Traffic

David Bettencourt, Sergeant

Richard Cameron, Elder Affairs

Sandi Drover, Healthy Peabody Collaborative


Peabody Fire:

John Hosman, Deputy Fire Chief

Chris Dowling, Captain

Ryan Gill, Captain


Atlantic Ambulance Director of Operations:

Eric Dwan, Operations Manager


Peabody Housing Authority:

Sharlene Palmachuck, Office Manager


Peabody Board of Health:

Melissa Rougier, LADC1, Peabody Police


Peabody Municipal Light Plant:

Cynthia L. Lewis, Community Relations Coordinator and

Grant Writer




Permanent Members


City of Peabody:

Edward A. Bettencourt, Jr., Mayor


District Attorney:

Paul F. Tucker


Essex County Sheriff's Department:

Kevin F. Coppinger, Sheriff


Peabody Council On Aging:

Natalie Maga, Chairperson

John Sacramone, Vice Chairperson


Peabody Police:

Thomas M. Griffin, Chief of Police


Peabody Fire:

John Dowling, Chief

Christopher Dowling, Captain

Ryan Gill, Captain


Atlantic Ambulance:

Robert White, Director of Operations

Eric Dwan, Operations Manager


Peabody Housing Authority:

Anne Marie Burns, Exec Director

Susan Velez, Asst. Executive Director


Peabody Board of Health:

Sharon Cameron, Director

Chassea Robinson, Public Health Nurse


Veterans’ Services: Steve Patten, Director


Peabody Municipal Light Plant:

John Maihos, Human Resources & Community Relations


Brooksby Farm

JoAnne Roden, Manager



PEABODY

TRIAD COUNCIL

Community Report

2010 – 2012

       

Download Carolyn Wynn, Director Edward A Bettencourt Jr, Mayor  Peabody Triad  Triad Library