New app allows you to record police, send to ACLU

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ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – As concerns over police brutality increase, the American Civil Liberties Union is taking public policing to a whole new level with a new mobile app that anyone can use to record cops. It’s called the Mobile Justice App.

With a tap of your finger the app will start recording what the public may see as police committing acts of brutality. It then sends the video to the nearest ACLU office in your area.

That’s not all it does. The app also tells you what your rights are as far as recording cops and alerts other users.

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