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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Area law enforcers are making sure girls have nice dresses to wear to prom this year. They're collecting dresses through February 28th.

You can drop off a dress in good condition at the Albany and Dougherty County Police Department and the Dougherty County Sheriff's office.They need all sizes.

"We have an abundant amount of children that are in need in Albany and we want to help them make positive decisions and see that there are woman in roles that they could be in with positive decisions," says Tamiko Whitlock, Detective for D.C.P.

So far, they've collected a little more than 20 dresses.

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