Mobile Justice

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About this app

Whether at a protest, a traffic stop, or in public space, you have the First Amendment right to record law enforcement.
Empowered by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Mobile Justice app is one way you can put a check on law enforcement misconduct wherever, whenever.
With this app you can:
• Record and submit incidents directly and securely to your local ACLU using your phone camera.
• Share your livestream recording with up to three trusted contacts you input.
• Get urgent notifications and action alerts from your local ACLU.
• Access the ACLU's full library of "Know Your Rights" information offline.
Keep justice within reach. Download Mobile Justice.
Updated on
Oct 6, 2021

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932 reviews
Roy Simonson
April 23, 2021
Not user friendly. I thought I was going to create a image to go with my personal data. I was filming a recording. I thought I could delete it. It was sent. No way to stop. I get that that could be important but .... Tell me more about the app and how it works. You can record the situation on this screen..... Could be an easier learning curve. Also consider people who travel alot. My video will go somewhere I might not be if I haven't updated yet.
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Logan Broliath
June 6, 2021
Great idea, worst implementation. Extremely buggy. Also needs a couple things. 1. A way to delete videos. Videos can be uploaded accidentally, or turn out not to be needed. Plus, it would free up space on the ACLU servers. 2. You need to be able to record with your screen turned off. If your screen is locked, while video is recording/uploading, there's not much police can do about it. I recommend the ACLU look into how Bambuser used to work. That was a great way to record police interactions.
143 people found this review helpful
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John Belanger
June 9, 2021
Great idea, horrible execution. Test video function didn't work. Real video didn't save (just black screen). Don't trust this to record anything, it might not work at all. The "Know Your Rights" info is the only useful part of the app. But if you are trying to record video, use something that always works, not this glitchy app that kept crashing when I tried it.
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Quadrant 2, Inc.
October 14, 2021
Hi, have you tried the latest update? It seems to fix the issue for many of our users. If it doesn't work for you, could you contact us at so that we can work together to figure it out?