‘Palm Bay Seniors and Law Enforcement Together’ Kick Off New ‘Stop By and Say Hi’ Program

By  //  October 13, 2019

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SALT Councils are a community outreach program of the Brevard County TRIAD

The Palm Bay Police Department started its own SALT Council – Seniors and Law Enforcement Together – in January 2019. (VCOP image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The Palm Bay Police Department started their own SALT Council – Seniors and Law Enforcement Together – in January 2019.

Going one step further, they now have plans to roll out their “Stop By and Say Hi” program at their next SALT Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Greater Palm Bay Senior Center, located at 1275 Culver Drive NE, Palm Bay 32907.

The Senior Center is easily accessed off I-95 at the Palm Bay Road exit. Community members will be able to sign up as volunteers to make friendly visits. No experience is required.

The Palm Bay Police Department will provide the Level 2 Background check and training for those eligible to help.

The public is welcome to attend to learn more about community services and programs available for seniors and others at risk in the community.

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Information will be available from Brevard County TRIAD, Project Lifesaver, Vial of Life, elder crime prevention, safe banking and internet safety.

SALT Councils are a community outreach program of the Brevard County TRIAD, a partnership between the State Attorney’s Office, Local Law Enforcement and the Sheriff’s Office.

The SALT Council helps the local departments connect with and develop a relationship with the seniors in their cities and towns.

It is a better way for the community to assist its seniors trying to age in place in a safe and secure manner. Weekly checks help identify any issues or needs that are being overlooked.

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