2015 Conference Presentation Highlights
Bluegrass Elder Abuse Prevention Council Chairman Bill Hughes opens the conference and welcomes a full house in attendance at the 2015 annual conference.
The Bluegrass Elder Abuse Prevention Council and Fayette County’s Multidisciplinary Team recognizes outgoing Special Victims Detective Chris Russell for his years of compassionate dedication to the vulnerable adults of Fayette County. Detective Russell was also voted Kentucky’s Top Cop and went on to represent Kentucky in Washington, DC. The council wishes to thank Detective. Russell for all his hard work protecting vulnerable adults in Lexington and wish Detective. Kristie Smith the best of luck and offer our support as she takes on the Special Victims position.
Fayette County’s Multidisciplinary Team includes (from left to right): Cliff Bryant, Supervisor with Adult Protective Services Mary Houlihan, Director of Victim Services with the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office Traci Caneer, Assistant District Attorney with the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office Det. Kristie Smith, Special Victims Detective with Lexington Division of Police.
The panel talked about their role in Fayette County’s multidisciplinary approach to combating abuse, neglect and exploitation of Lexington’s vulnerable adult population.