DPD has begun collecting data on who officers stop to see if racial, gender or age groups are disproportionately targeted. The department's biggest critics have expressed approval.
"It's really anywhere. We don't have to be at the club for them to be harassed. We could be at the mall."
One of the victims said that he had just left a nightclub with his boyfriend at the time of the attack near Capitol Hill.
Denver Auditor Tim O'Brien recommended this step back in January 2016 as a way to better measure and guard against racial profiling.
The National Science Foundation’s Advancing Informal STEM Learning program awarded the five year grant in order to engage 128,000 students, educators and experts across Colorado and Utah in a variety of programs.