Our Mission and Goals

To end the avoidable violence, which law abiding citizens sometimes encounter when interacting with police.

To balance the systemic injustices and unfair treatment that ultimately lead up to excessive force and shootings.

To disarm the tensions police have when approaching minorities, and to ensure both party’s safety.

Why We Need Change

Police killed at least 1,624 people in 2015 & 2016.
198 of them were unarmed.
Only 10 cases have resulted in an officer being charged with a crime.
61% of officers do not always report serious abuse by fellow officers.
52% turn a blind eye to excessive force committed by fellow officers
It’s time for transparency in these incidents!

How PPA’s Programs Benefit Public Officials

  • Increased transparency

  • Safety for community and law enforcement

  • Showcases the good work their officers are doing

  • Identify regions and situations where additional training is necessary

  • Aggressive behaving officers can be managed proactively

  • Be able to understand community concerns and experiences

  • Will have analytical data to make more informed decisions

How PPA’s Programs Benefit Communities

Complete transparency. Captures more than patrol car can

A standard process for ensuring safety for police and public

Communities can voice their opinions and fears, and open doors to communication and building trust

App user’s friends and loved ones get notified immediately when there is a situation

Encourages police to be on their best behavior

How PPA’s Programs Benefit Law Enforcement

Officers can increase public confidence and trust

Streams can be used as training tools

Provides a bridge between law enforcement and community

Citizen is asking for safe, peaceful interaction

How PPA’s Programs Benefit Parents

Will know when child is in police custody

Child has a standard, safe process for interacting with authorities

There is complete transparency in the way their child is handled

Their children will know loved ones are with them

Parents can respond faster

Why Now?

    • This issue has gained national attention over the past 12 months

    • Noted politicians, athletes and other celebrities have called for change

    • Communities and law enforcement are open for ideas to create change

    • Because all lives matter