• Instantly and easily alert family when stopped
• Tips on recording your traffic stop
• Tips for Parents
• An opportunity to “test drive” your knowledge
• Ability to record and submit complaints or commendations on law enforcement
• Help identifying legal professionals in your area
• News, information and other resources
Black people tend to experience a disproportionate number of law enforcement (“Police”) traffic stops. Some stops are for legitimate, non-discriminatory reasons, but others may appear to be “pretext” stops, motivated by unconscious or conscious bias and perceptions that a driver looks “suspicious” based on factors such as race, color, socio-economic status, the type and condition of the driver’s vehicle, and the presence and appearance of any passengers. Other stops may appear to be motivated by a desire to harass or intimidate the driver and vehicle passengers.