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The Chair publishes an article on the intersectoral work of police officers involved in countering mistreatment in the Journal of Adult Protection. (January 2018)

The article written by Marie Beaulieu, Research Chair, Michelle Côté, Chief of the Section de la recherche et de la planification (Research and Planning Division) of the SPVM, and Luisa Diaz, Research Professional, and published in the Fall 2017 issue of the Journal of Adult Protection.

The IPRAS project (Integrated Police Response for Abused Seniors), jointly conducted by the Montreal Police (SPVM) and the Chair aimed to develop a model of police practice to counter the mistreatment of older adults and then implement it within the SPVM. The IPRAS project was completed in 2016 and since the summer of that year, has been a sustainable practice within the SPVM.

For more information on the IPRAS model, please consult the Police-IPRAS section of our website, or to consult the following documents:

Practice Guidelines for Implementing the Model

Report – Model Development Synthesis

Report – Description of Model’s Components

 

Reference:

Beaulieu, M., Côté, M., & Diaz, L. (2017). Police Partners: New ways of working together in Montreal. Journal of Adult Protection, 19(6), 406-417.