How to use the ACLU Mobile Justice app

How to use the ACLU Mobile Justice app

The death of George Floyd by the hands of a police officer in Minnesota has caused countless protests around the world. If you’ve chosen to participate in one of the many demonstrations, it’s essential to protect yourself and others from further injustice. To do so, consider installing and using the Mobile Justice app from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Available separately for 17 states and the District of Columbia, the Mobile Justice app is designed to put a check on law enforcement misconduct by making it simple for you to record events as they happen, then sending them to the ACLU for further action. The app also includes access to the ACLU’s full library of “Know Your Rights” materials. That way, you can know what to do (lawfully) when encountering or witnessing an incident with law enforcement.


The app’s other features include the ability to receive location alerts from other users, so you know when something is happening nearby. You can also use the app to find current information on local and statewide actions and events hosted by the organization.

Using the ACLU Mobile Justice app

You can find individual Mobile Justice apps in the App Store for the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

The Mobile Justice app features three main sections, Record, Report, and Witness. In the steps below, I’m using the Pennsylvania version of the app.


To record an instance:

  1. Select the Mobile Justice app on the Home screen of your iPhone or another smartphone.
  2. Choose the Record button inside the app to take your video, which will include sound.
  3. Tap on the screen to finish recording. Upon doing so, the video is automatically sent to the ACLU.
  4. Fill out the survey or tap Cancel instead. You are strongly encouraged to fill out the survey, so the ACLU has a better idea of what is contained in the video. Once you do, select the Submit Incident Report button.

Note: You can also tap Test to do a test of the video recording. In this case, the video is not to the ACLU.


To access and use the reporting tool in the Mobile Justice:

  1. Choose the Mobile Justice app on the Home screen of your iPhone or another smartphone.
  2. Tap Report.
  3. Choose Continue at the top right…………Read More>>


Source:- imore