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Five-O police reporting
Inspired by civil unrest in the US, three teenagers have created Five-O, an app designed to empower citizens to "record and store data from every encounter with law enforcement," according to the app's website. In addition to rating police services in different areas, a "Know your rights" section allows you to submit both positive and negative encounters with law enforcement.
As of the time of writing, the app has been accepted by Google Play, but is still undergoing Apple's vetting process before entering the App Store.
Via: Pinetart Inc
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Price: £1.99 ($3.30)
Via: Apple App Store