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New Security App “Policeabuse.tv” Could Save Lives
TALLAHASSEE, FL – With the current rash of police brutality cases sweeping across the nation, the new security app, “Policeabuse.tv,” could provide an added layer of safety and legal protection by enabling subscribers to record up to six (6) minutes of video footage. Available today on the Apple App Store and the Android Market, the “Policeabuse.tv” app not only turns your smart phone into a security camera with the press of a button, it can automatically upload the video to a social media wall, alert a list of loved ones, provide a timestamp and signal the app holder’s exact location via GPS.
Recent phone video footage captured in the shooting death of Walter Scott in Charleston, S.C. proved pivotal in highlighting police corruption, providing the evidence that led to the officer’s arrest. Other high-profile video captured by smart phones have served a catalyst for public outcry as more documented cases of police brutality have been exposed. The “Policeabuse.tv” App can provide reliable reporting evidence in complaints for members of the LGBTQ community targeted for attack by hate groups, victims of domestic violence and by women on college campuses who have fallen prey to potential thieves and rapists.
The “Policeabuse.tv” App is free, however a subscription service is available for $4.99 per month. The subscription’s unique features allow emergency notifications to friends and family in the event of any interaction with a police officer or potential perpetrator and signals GPS coordinates. The App is supported and staffed by security experts with extensive experience in evidence gathering, documentation and investigating police malpractice. For a full list of App features, subscription package and downloads, visit http://policeabuse.com.
Policeabuse.tv app is a safe and reliable tool to collect evidence and document police encounters.
Policeabuse.tv Quick Start Guide
To use the app you only need to understand 3 simple steps:
1. Upload a picture with a screen name from your phone.
2. To black out your screen and record up to 6 minutes of video click the automatic record button. The Policeabuse.tv app does the rest. Our app blacks out your screen and also automatically uploads your video to Policeabuse.tv. The app will send your exact location to our website with the video you recorded. The video will be labeled “Emergency”.
3. To record in manual mode or to upload existing video already on your phone click manual. You will be asked to choose from your camera to film or you may use your phones video gallery as the source for your submission. You may also label your video category from several choices. You may give your video a title.
You may use the Policeabuse.tv app to upload evidence to Policeabuse.com or Policeabuse.tv regarding any legitimate complaint of police misconduct. You may also use the Policeabuse.tv app to record domestic violence. Contact our office if you require the video you recorded for court. All videos are the exclusive property of Policeabuse.com and Policeabuse.tv
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Problems and fixes
Most police misconduct incidents take less than five minutes. Our Policeabuse.tv app is set to record up to 6 minutes. Make sure you are uploading under six minutes of video if you choose the manual mode. The automatic mode will stop recording at 6 minutes hands free.
Test your camera to make sure when you record it has the proper angle. Many phones must be turned sideways for the Policeabuse.tv app to publish the video window frame upright. To test you camera angle do the following:
Shoot a test video. Check the results. Label your video “Test” and we will automatically delete it within 24 hours.
Tyra Ferrell part of our Media & Video and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update July 27, 2015. Google play rating is 75.0. Current verison is 1.8. Actual size 1.3 MB.
Works like it says it does. Great idea! I wish had this app back in 2012 Here is why: I was going 60mph in a 50mph zone; the officer stated his radar showed 60mph. But when I fought the ticket in court he lied and testified it was 66mph, doubling the fine. An officer's oath is not as reliable as you own evidence.
?|? I agree with everything this app is about.