Dwayne E. Yarbrough
Arkansas Attorney General’s Office Community Educator
Session Time and Location:
Thursday, July 27th, 2017
Dwayne Yarbrough, is a Community Educator in the Community Engagement Division of the Office of Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. A 20 years plus veteran of the office, Yarbrough helped to develop the youth-oriented law education curriculum, “Smart Choices, Better Chances”. As a program lecturer, he has received and granted invitations to speak to student, parent, educator and law enforcement groups on topics including law education, youth violence prevention, cyberbullying/bullying awareness, internet safety and criminal gang awareness at schools, conferences and trainings in and out of Arkansas. He resigned in 2016 after working 14 years as a certified part-time II police officer with the Jacksonville Police Department. He has represented the Attorney General’s Office on numerous committees as he is the current President of the board of the Arkansas Safe Schools Association, the Arkansas Drug Endangered Children’s Committee, and the Metropolitan Criminal Justice Advisory Board. He has two adult children, Brandon & Brianna and a grandson, Jayden and granddaughter Nixon.
Digital You For Educators
This presentation will help educators to be more aware of students issues, effects and potential consequences of bullying ,cyberbullying and sexting.