ACLU Launches Mobile Justice App for Recording Interactions With Law Enforcement
It is legal to record the police in public in all 50 states. The American Civil Liberties Union has launched an app that allows users to record and upload police activity, particularly police brutality.
Launched by the ACLU of California, I originally thought that the app was specifically for folks in CA. I was glad to later learn otherwise.
@Relando_T If there is a civil rights violation recorded, we will send to the appropriate ACLU affiliate
— ACLU SoCal (@ACLU_SoCal) June 9, 2015
To learn more about the app, visit the Mobile Justice App’s Website.
From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins-Jones, MSW, LLMSW