2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 15:1236 — Triad program" defined
§1236. "Triad Program" defined
A. As used in R.S. 15:1231 through 1236, the "Triad Program" means the triad cooperative model developed by the American Association of Retired Persons, the National Sheriff's Association, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police, which calls for the participation of the sheriff, at least one police chief, and a representative of at least one senior citizens' organization within a parish and may include participation by coalitions of law enforcement, victims' services, and senior citizen advocate organizations.
B. If there is not both a sheriff and a police chief in a parish or if the sheriff or a police chief does not participate, a Triad Program may include in the place of the sheriff or police chief another member of the criminal justice system.
Acts 1994, 3rd Ex. Sess., No. 19, §1.
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