DA Gets Bias Training Grant In City Where Police Scrutinized
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – A Colorado district attorney’s office has received a grant for bias training in a city where several police officers confronted black student Zayd Atkinson outside his home. The Daily Camera reported Wednesday that the Boulder district attorney has secured $7,500 from the state to train employees on recognizing implicit bias.
District Attorney Michael Dougherty says his office been working to obtain the training funds since April 2018.
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