Plymouth County TRIAD Event
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
230 Webster Street
March 14, 2019
Lakeville Council on Aging
1 Dear Crossing
East Bridgewater TRIAD
District Attorney Tim Cruz addressed the seniors of East Bridgewater at their TRIAD’s annual pancake breakfast. Topics of Discussion included recent scams and how to protect your identity.
April 21, 2018
Oak Point Women’s Club
District Attorney Cruz was invited to speak to the residents of Oak Point regarding recent scams, cyber security, personal safety, and a variety of other topics of special interest to seniors.
DA Cruz also discussed the many ways the Plymouth County Drug Abuse Task Force is working for residents. He spoke about aiding drug endangered children in schools, resources for grandparents raising grandchildren and the importance of the Drug Take Back Day, and ridding your home of unwanted or expired medications.
Plymouth County TRIAD
November 9, 2017
The Conference Center at Massasoit
Great gathering for our 15th Annual Plymouth County TRIAD Senior Luncheon. Keeping things informative with tips on scams from District Attorney Tim Cruz, Equifax Data Breach information from Kevin White of the FBI, Abuse Alerts from ADA Shanan Buckingham and Safe Driving Pointers from Michele Ellicks of the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
Representatives from the District Attorney’s Office, the Sheriff’s Department, the Police Department the Fire Department and the Visiting Nurse Association served on the panel to discuss what their role is for TRIAD, and to answer questions from the audience.
Several Marshfield seniors attended the event and asked the panel insightful questions.
The Plympton Carver TRIAD’s 11th Annual Holiday Luncheon was held on December 14, 2016 at the Upland Sportsman’s Club in Plympton. District Attorney Tim Cruz was invited to address the TRIAD about Public Safety Issues.
District Attorney Timothy Cruz, Sheriff Joseph McDonald and State Representative Angelo D’Emilia hosted the Annual Bridgewater Public Safety Luncheon for Seniors.
Approximately 100 seniors turned out for the event, and received a packet filled with valuable information.
Topics of discussion included:
♦ the Current Opioid Crisis
♦ the Safe Disposal of Medications
♦ The File of Life Program
♦ Current Scams
♦ Identity Theft
♦ Code Red
♦ The Safety Assurance Program
The event was held at the Olde Scotland Links. The Thanksgiving Day dinner was provided by the Barrett family.
Sheriff Joe McDonald invited the members of the Plympton-Carver Triad to visit the Plymouth County Farm and Horticultural Center.
The Triad Members were treated to lunch, a tour of the Horticultural Center, the Petting Zoo and a hayride tour around the County Farm.
The Annual Public Safety Luncheon for Seniors was held on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at the Conference Center at Massasoit.
District Attorney Tim Cruz was joined by Sheriff Joe McDonald, Director of Elder Services for the Plymouth Council on Aging-Conni DiLeggo, , and Assistant District Attorney Shanan Buckingham. Seniors from communities all across Plymouth County were invited to attend.
The topic for this year’s luncheon was the Opioid Crisis.
Presentations were given on:
♦ The creation and accomplishments of the Plymouth County Drug Abuse Task Force
♦ The implementation and success of the Plymouth County Prescription Medication Disposal Program
♦ The Section 35 unit at the County Jail
♦ Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
♦ Safeguarding your medications
The Lakeville Council on Aging hosted a Public Safety Fair on September 27, 2016. The District Attorney’s Office participated to offer valuable information and resources to the seniors in the Lakeville community.
The Hanover TRIAD hosted their annual Public Safety Fair on September 23, 2016 at the Hanover Council on Aging. There were many vendors present who offered information and resources to the Seniors in the Hanover community.