The Racine County Triad Program was started by the Consumer Fraud Unit of the Racine County Sheriff’s Department in response to complaints received involving elderly victims of fraud. This consortium of Racine County law enforcement agencies, senior serving agencies and citizens was formally incorporated as a 501 C (3) non-profit organization in the spring of 1996
Since its inception Racine County Triad, has directed its effort to prevent senior’s from being victims of financial crime and elder abuse
Over the years our organization has grown in membership and participation. We cover the entire county of Racine. In 2008, a working group within our organization was formed to address the needs of residents who live West of I-94. This group known as “Triad West” has gotten off to a quick start and already has made a significant difference in cooperation and coordination of efforts between agencies and individuals in the western part of the county.
Join us for a meeting! We meet on the first Tuesday of each month (excluding July) at 8:30 a.m. in the conference room at Aurora Medical Center onWashington Avenue in Racine. Please contact us for more information on attending a meeting.
TRIAD West meetings. Are held at Pine Brooke Pointe Senior Living Center, 1001 S. Pine Street, Burlington, WI 53105, on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 9:00 a.m.
Why is TRIAD important?
Older adults comprise the most rapidly growing segment of our population. Increased life expectancy is creating new issues and problems for older adults and the criminal justice system.
What are TRIAD projects?
TRIAD offers many presentations to groups on subjects such as: Fraud Awareness, Elder Safety, Banking Safeguards, Identity Theft Prevention, and Much More!
File of Life program
AARP Driver Safety
Host Elderly Safety and Abuse Abatement Conferences
Crime Prevention Programming
What are TRIAD’s results?
Reduced criminal victimization of older adults and improved quality of life for older adults in the community!
Racine County Triad wishes to thank the Racine Community Foundation for its sponsorship of our community projects. To find out more about the Racine Community Foundation (RCF) click the logo
The Volunteer Center of Racine County and SafeAssured™ ID partner to bring Racine County families the most complete identification solution available to aid in the search for missing individuals. Events are FREE for Racine County residents age 55 or older. Sponsored by the Racine Community Foundation and Margaret L. Christiansen Foundation.
For more information or to scheduled an event See the Racine County Volunteer Center Website
6216 Washington Avenue, Suite G, Racine, WI 53406