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ACLU launches app to record sightings of police violence

The ACLU of California has launched a mobile phone app called Mobile Justice, which lets users to upload recordings of police-citizen encounters and send the videos directly to the organization. “By keeping track of these incidents, we might come closer to changing policies and procedures. We can’t let ourselves become desensitized to police harassment and violence.” Keisa Reynolds has this commentary on the innovation, for Richmond Pulse.

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This entry was posted on February 4, 2016 by in Commentary, Richmond Pulse and tagged , .

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