ACLU of SC Launches Mobile Justice App

ACLU of SC recently launched the Mobile Justice phone app to allow citizens an easier way to monitor public interactions with law enforcement, The goal is to help curb police violence by providing a free tool for accountability.


The American Civil Liberties Union of South Carolina released the free Mobile Justice app Tuesday that allows users to record encounters with public officials and law enforcement and report authorities’ abuse of power during these encounters and others.

“It’s frustrating that community members have to feel like they need this tool on them, but the reality is that police commit real acts of violence,” said Frank Knaack, executive director of the ACLU of S.C. “This is a tool that the community can use to hold police accountable for that violence.”


Screenshot - ACLU of South Carolina

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