You are cordially invited to attend the
16th Annual Page County TRIAD
Community Awareness & Crime Prevention Conference
May 12, 2016 (Thursday)
Speakers and Topics include:
“Over the Counter Medications and How They Interact With Prescription
Drugs” Angie Brittle, Elkton Family Pharmacy
“Ten Warning Signs” Getting Forgetful – Brain Education for Older Adults –
“Scam/Crime Updates” & Project Lifesaver - Sergeant Steve Owens
FREE: Lunch, Refreshments, Door Prizes and more.
50/50 will be held ($1 per ticket) to benefit TRIAD
The Conference will be held at:
Rileyville Baptist Church
7044 US Hwy 340 North
Registration: 8:30am -9:30am Program: 9:30am –1:00pm
For additional information and transportation scheduling from Stanley and Shenandoah
please call: Sergeant Steve Owens of the Page County Sheriff’s office at 843-3382.
The conference is funded in part by the Page County Sheriff’s Office and funds raised by
the Page County TRIAD SALT Council.
Page County TRIAD is committed to improving the quality of life for our Seniors by enhancing their
health, safety, and security through Communication, Education, and Outreach.
Come have fun, fellowship, and learn something new!!
The TRIAD program is a cooperative effort between law enforcement and senior citizen agencies designed to prevent crime against the elderly. In recent years, there has been a large increase in crimes against senior citizens nationwide. A large amount of this increase has stemmed from an abundance of scams and other fraudulent schemes. The TRIAD program seeks to provide the education and resources necessary for communities to effectively stop these crimes. Other key members in the Page County TRIAD program include the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging, the American Association of Retired Persons, the Page County Commonwealth's Attorney office, and the Luray, Stanley, and Shenandoah Police Departments.