TRIAD is a partnership, which involves senior citizens law enforcement agencies (Sheriff/Police/District Attorney) and support/protective services (Councils on Aging/Elder Services/Clergy, etc.) that agree to work together. Their primary goals are to reduce the criminal victimization of older citizens and enhance the delivery of services to this population. TRIAD provides the opportunity for and exchange of information between law enforcement, support services, and senior citizens. It focuses on reducing unwarranted fear of crime and improving the quality of life for seniors. TRIAD is tailored to meet the needs of each community and is guided by a SA.L.T. Council (Senior and law enforcement together). TRIAD can be an integral part of community policing.