Gerald Gibson, left, and Greg Howard, right, talked after Gibson led an OMAC (Operation Making A Change) team class at Dixie Magnet Elementary, 1940 Eastland Parkway in Lexington, Ky.,Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Gibson, an intervention specialist with the Fayette County Attorney's Office, developed this program to help youths understand the impact and consequences of their decisions. He and Greg Howard, a former Lexington police officer and current prevention specialist with the Fayette County Attorney's Office, spend a half-hour on Tuesdays at Dixie meeting with about 16 students. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Gerald Gibson, left, and Greg Howard, right, talked after Gibson led an OMAC (Operation Making A Change) team class at Dixie Magnet Elementary, 1940 Eastland Parkway in Lexington, Ky.,Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Gibson, an intervention specialist with the Fayette County Attorney's Office, developed this program to help youths understand the impact and consequences of their decisions. He and Greg Howard, a former Lexington police officer and current prevention specialist with the Fayette County Attorney's Office, spend a half-hour on Tuesdays at Dixie meeting with about 16 students. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Gerald Gibson, left, and Greg Howard, right, talked after Gibson led an OMAC (Operation Making A Change) team class at Dixie Magnet Elementary, 1940 Eastland Parkway in Lexington, Ky.,Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Gibson, an intervention specialist with the Fayette County Attorney's Office, developed this program to help youths understand the impact and consequences of their decisions. He and Greg Howard, a former Lexington police officer and current prevention specialist with the Fayette County Attorney's Office, spend a half-hour on Tuesdays at Dixie meeting with about 16 students. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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