Senior Citizen Diversion Program:
First time misdemeanor offenders who are over sixty years of age are diverted from prosecution and given counseling and assistance without the trauma of court proceedings.
Alzheimer's Alert Program:
Alzheimer patients are registered by their caregivers with the department so police may assist in locating the patient should he/she become lost or wander from home.
Senior Citizen Victim Assisstance Program:
Persons sixty years of age or older who become victims of any crime are contacted by a social worker, and assistance is offered to help them deal with the trauma.
Luncheon Club Presentations:
Once a month, a police officer speaks to the elderly regarding a variety of crime prevention topics.
Adult Protective Services Board:
This is a network of various social services agencies, including the Police Department, used to bypass problems in delivering services to the elderly.
Senior Advocate Program:
A police officer is designated to make changes on behalf of senior citizens with the state legislature, specifically in cases of abuse and in dealing with elderly violators.