New App Allows Citizens to Bust Abusive Cops


It seems like every week a new case of police brutality pops up in the media. More and more people are recognizing and standing up against abusive police practices. The ACLU affiliate in California aims to help those who wish to document and record police brutality with a new app for Android and iOS devices.

The new ACLU Mobile Justice application allows you to document any potentially suspicious police behavior and send a report directly to the ACLU. You can create a video to send in along with other important information such as time, location and FreedomPop review details of the incident in question. This information helps the ACLU to sort through reports and determine if any wrongdoing has been done.

The coolest feature of the app is the ability to see where other incidents are being documented in real time. If you’re a fan of justice you can see where the police brutality is located and become a witness to testify against the officer if necessary.

The reports can be sent anonymously, although there is an option to include contact details for additional questioning. Even an anonymous report with video can help the ACLU fight against police brutality and other abuses of power.