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Podcast Transcript – D/Sgt Leslie Raymond

D/Sgt Leslie Raymond is often called to investigate potential elder abuse occurrences while also working very hard to educate and raise the awareness of elder abuses issues in our communities. During our conversation, D/Sgt Leslie Raymond explains:

  • What is elder abuse?
  • What are the different forms of elder abuse?
  • How can a person recognize elder abuse? What are the signs and symptoms?
  • What can people do if they suspect elder abuse?
  • How might the police respond?
  • Who should they call?

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About Detective Sergeant Leslie Raymond, Abuse Issues Coordinator, Central Region, Ontario Provincial Police

D/Sgt. Leslie Raymond has been with the OPP for 15 years. In her role as the Abuse Issues Coordinator for Central Region OPP, Leslie deals with all abuse issues, including domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and elder abuse and mental health. Prior to joining the OPP, Leslie was a Social Worker with the Simcoe County Children’s Aid Society, where she spent 9 years as a caseworker. Leslie graduated from the University of Toronto with her Masters in Social Work.

 

 

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