38 people who were arrested for DWI between April 1st and June 30th, 2016 are featured in the above video courtesy of the WFPD.

While the backlash that has come from these videos is understandable, the WFPD are quick to point out that the purpose of these videos isn't to shame anyone, but to make sure the public knows how serious they are about cracking down.

In 2015, there were 24,048 impaired driving crashes in Texas, with 114 happening here in Wichita Falls.