Seniors and Law Enforcement Together (S.A.L.T.)
The purpose of the S.A.L.T. organization is to further the goals and objectives of the TRIAD, a joint venture between the Cook
County Sheriff's Office, the Tinley Park Police Department and the Village of Tinley Park to reduce the criminal
victimization of senior citizens. Tinley Park residents age 55 and older are invited to participate.
Unless otherwise noted below, meetings are held at 1 p.m. the first Monday of each month from February through December (with the exception of September) at the Tinley Park Police Department Training Room, 7850 W. 183
rd St. The doors open at 12:45 p.m. 2013 Meetings and Speakers
February 4: Skip Gonsoulin, Illinois Attorney General's Office, "Scams and Cons"
March 4: Catherine Cameron, Arden Court, "Hoarding"
April 1: Bill Bogdan, disability liaison, Secretary of State's Office, "Accessible Parking Laws"
May 6: Tinley Park Police Chief Steven Neubauer (1 p.m. in the Kallsen Center at Village Hall, 16250 S. Oak Park Ave.)
June 3: Dr. Beaver, A Step Ahead Foot Care, "Foot Care" (1 p.m. in the Kallsen Center at Village Hall, 16250 S. Oak Park Ave.)
July 1: Steven Eberhardt, attorney, "Power of Attorney and Wills"
August 5: Advocate South Suburban Hospital, "Medical Interactions"
September 9: Susan Bailey, Tinley Park Public Library, "LIbrary Services"
October 7: Molly Hofer, University of Illinois Extension, "Stories from Your Past, A Legacy for the Future"
November 4: Bill Proper, Tinley Park Fire Department, "Fire Safety"
December 2: Mayor Ed Zabrocki and Village Clerk Patrick Rea
If you have any questions about the S.A.L.T. program, please call Dina Navas at the Tinley Park Police Department, (708) 444-5326, or email her at