App Aims To Reduce The Chance Of Bad Outcomes With Police

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By Emma Sapong, MPR News

“In June of 2016, Mondo Davison was driving on Interstate 94 in St. Paul at 3 a.m. when a police car’s lights began flashing behind him. It was just seven months after Minneapolis police officers had shot and killed Jamar Clark. The deaths of other African-Americans at the hands of police had filled headlines and fueled protests around the country. Davison is also black. “

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