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In response to the killing of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, a group of Georgia teens built an app to encourage everyone to review and rate their local police departments and individual officers. Whether you use Five-O (available for Android) or your own blog, reviewing both good and bad interactions with police creates pressure for more transparency in law enforcement.

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  • Jelena Woehr

    I downloaded Five-O here: http://pinetartinc.com

    While there are no reviews yet for my area, I was able to locate nearby police stations and see a sample incident report with all the details I'll need to remember if I do have an encounter that I want to review. There's also a community message board built in. The app is not professionally polished (as one might expect from an app built by some passionate teens) but it works!