KD: I wanted to hit on it a bit earlier but the Outward Bound Experience, that's something that's been going on since 2008 within the BPD but it's typically been with police officers who work in some type of full-time community capacity, community collaboration officers or neighborhood service officers, but what we've done differently in 2016 is every Baltimore police officer will spend an entire day with a young person in Baltimore at Leakin Park, and if the weather is nasty, they go to the YMCA up by the old Memorial Stadium. And we're going to put 6,000 young kids, young people, chosen by their schools to have a one-on-one relationship with a police officer for an entire day. We got some coverage out of this recently and they do a confidence-building, team-building exercise that's outdoors with the cops.…The kids, before they have their day with the cop, you know, feel like police officers have bad attitudes and are racists and don't care about them, and some of the cops have misperceptions as well. You know, "All kids are up to no good and they don't like the police." By the end of that day they have an entirely different outlook on one another. So that's a huge thing we're doing in the city.