AG announces mobile office schedule
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced mobile office locations for March. AG Rutledge created this initiative during her first year in office to increase office accessibility for all Arkansans, particularly to those who live outside the capital city. Office hours were held in all 75 counties each year during her first term, assisting 3,300 Arkansans. In 2019, Attorney General Mobile Offices served over 2,200 Arkansans.
Rutledge believes face-to-face conversations are the best way to truly hear from Arkansans. The Attorney General Mobile Offices assist Arkansans with consumer related issues by filing consumer complaints against scam artists as well as answering questions about the office and the other services it offers to constituents.
Rutledge continues her partnerships with local law enforcement across Arkansas. Searcy County Sheriff Kenny Cassell and Chief Deputy Dewayne Pierce along with other law enforcement officials will be on hand to collect unused and expired prescription medications to ensure they are secured and properly disposed. Arkansans are encouraged to bring their old, unused or expired prescription medications to an upcoming mobile office. During Rutledge's five years in office, over 800 pounds of medications were collected at mobile offices.
The mobile office is scheduled to be in Searcy County on Wednesday, March 18 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Searcy County Senior Activity & Wellness Center located at 509 Zack Road in Marshall.
For more information about services provided by the Attorney General's Office, visit ArkansasAG.gov or call (501) 682-2007. Rutledge can also be found on Facebook at facebook.com/AGLeslieRutledge and on Twitter at twitter.com/AGRutledge.