Kary Moss of ACLU Michigan announces free Mobile Justice Michigan app to record, witness, and report police misconduct

June 8, 2015

Kary Moss, a lecturer at the Ford School and executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan, is quoted in a series of articles announcing the release of Mobile Justice Michigan, a free app that makes it easy for citizens to record and report police misconduct.

“It’s every citizen’s right to film the police, and we believe that accountability is essential to building trust between communities and law enforcement and to creating confidence that the criminal justice system is fair,” said Moss in an ACLU press release. “With this app, we empower citizens to know their rights and to document life-threatening interactions.”

The app was the subject of a number of articles, including: