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AG's Mobile Office Helping to Keep Our Seniors Safe


AG Banner.jpg     Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge started the Mobile Office program, allowing access to all Arkansas residents to the AG's office, and not just by phone, mail, or internet. Many people prefer to have face-to-face interaction with whom they are speaking, especially when it is a government agency. Citizens are able to speak with her representatives on all aspects that fall under her umbrella of government.

     Another purpose of this Office is education. St. Bernard's Senior Life Center was the stage for the very informative program, and this month's topic was Internet Safety for Older Adults. Mr. Dwayne Yarbrough spoke to the room full of interested citizens about the many ways they can help keep themselves from becoming a victim of a scam, fraud, or theft.

     The Craighead County Sheriff's Office works in coordination with the Attorney General's Office with the Drug Take Back Program. The Mobile Office has a drop off site that allows residents to drop off unwanted, unused medications for proper disposal.

    On hand today at the Mobile Office was Daniel Pace and Dwayne Yarbrough from the Arkansas Attorney General's Office, Senator John Cooper, and Craighead County Sheriff Marty Boyd.

For more information about the Attorney General's Office, contact them at: 

Phone: (501) 692-2007

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 AG Hotlines.JPG  Sheriff Boyd and his constituents.JPG  Daniel Pace answers questions from a citizen.JPG
 Rx Take Back Box.JPG  Senator John Cooper, Dwayne Yarbrough, and Sheriff Marty Boyd.JPG Dwayne Yarbrough-Community Educator.JPG 
 Mr. Yarbrough has his audience enthralled.JPG  Daniel Pace, Sheriff Marty Boyd, Senator John Cooper.jpg  Sheriff Boyd listens to a citizen.JPG
 Mr. Yarbrough has his audience enthralled.JPG  Mr. Pace is helpful and charming.JPG  St Bernards Senior Life Center.JPG