KDAF Channel 33 features Prostitute Diversion Initiative
Dr. Arthur Eisenberg appeared on the 9 p.m. broadcast of KDAF Channel 33 news on Friday, Nov. 19, as part of the television report on the Dallas Police Department’s Prostitute Diversion Initiative (PDI) in South Dallas.
As part of the PDI, the Dallas Police Department and local social service agencies target a truck stop each month, giving suspected prostitutes the opportunity to use local services to get off the street. As part of the PDI’s effort, the women can provide their DNA to a database in the event that their families and loved ones need to identify them in the future.
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