Hamilton Police Service, Seniors Support Officer Program

Address issues, concerns and challenges affecting seniors and disabled adults with respect to the law. This position is a community-based and community-driven initiative. 

Information and support is available to seniors, their families or service providers. Programs and presentations are researched, developed and presented on a variety of topics (e.g. quality of life issues, frauds and scams, personal/home safety etc). Reports of abuse (physical, financial, psychological or neglect) are forwarded to the officers for assessment and further investigation if required. Cases identified as criminal offences are followed up. Major cases may be referred to the  Crimes Against Seniors Unit for further investigation.

Organizations that offer this Service
Hamilton Police Service
Sites that offer this Service
Hamilton Police Service, Central Station
Mon-Fri
8 am- 4 pm
905-540-5351 (Central Hamilton)
905-546-2945 (East Hamilton/Stoney Creek)
905-546-8917 (West Hamilton/Mountain )
911 (Emergency)
Website: hamiltonpolice.on.ca

155 King William St
Hamilton, ON
L8R 1A7

Eligibility

Seniors or Vulnerable Adults.

Areas Served
Hamilton
Fees
Fee
None
Languages
English
Application Instructions

Contact for information. If the Seniors' Support Officer is called they will respond within two business days. If 911 is called, there will be an immediate response by the Hamilton Police Service.

Age Range
Age 60 years and older.
Last Full Update
October 5, 2020