Seniors & Law Enforcement Together (SALT)

Learn about the TRIAD, File of Life, and Senior Day Out programs. Two of the most successful programs are the File of Life and Senior Day Out.

Annual Senior Day Out

Senior Day Out will occur on Wednesday, Aug. 9 at the Furniture and Things Event Center in Elk River from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join other residents age 55+ interested in safety and crime prevention for themselves and their families. Cost is only $10.

Please find out more by viewing the registration page that includes various ways to pre-register by Aug. 3. Please share the opportunity with others to help make it a Senior Day Out! We hope to see you there!

90th Senior Day Out - seniors seated

TRIAD Program

TRIAD is a three-way commitment involving law enforcement agencies, older citizens and community agencies that serve the older population. TRIAD works to improve the quality of life for senior citizens by providing an opportunity for the exchange of information between law enforcement and older persons. They have agreed to work together to reduce the criminal victimization of the elderly and enhance the delivery of law enforcement services to older persons. TRIAD can also reduce unwarranted fear of crime.

Advisory Council

Sherburne County TRIAD has been working, through an advisory council called SALT (Seniors and Law Enforcement Together) for twenty years.

Sheriff and senior citizen at TRIAD Event


The membership is made up of senior leaders and representatives from:

  • Elk River Senior Center
  • Elk River, Becker and Big Lake Police Departments
  • Guardian Angels Care Center
  • Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
  • Sherburne County Senior Advocate
  • Sherburne County Sheriff's Office and Attorney’s Office

Identifying Needs & Concerns

Working together, the SALT council has tried to identify the needs of our senior community and develop programs to address those concerns.

File of Life Form

File of Life

File of Life is a way to get medical information to emergency personnel by way of a refrigerator magnet. A decal on the front door alerts emergency personnel to look for the magnet, which holds a card with potentially life-saving information. File of Life and Medical Information for First Responders. Call 763-765-3500 to learn how to get one.