Our team of volunteers include engineers, academics, professionals, ex-police
it's amazing what can be done when people stop hating and fighting and just
come together. Right now people are dying from a disease that you cannot see,
we don't need more bloodshed, we need to all work together.
None of us are anti-police or anti establishment, some of us have received police injustice but we have not turned. We all put our heads together, lets rise up and do better.
An extremely skilled software engineer has been leading our platform to new heights. Aware of the systemic problems our society faces with the current policing system, being a global problem that many developed and underdeveloped countries face. His police encounter was during the covid19 pandemic, an was coerced into into paying an on the spot "not wearing a mask fine" a fine he knew was not paid for on the spot.
UX and UI design is a group collab but any thought up designs get put into action here. Joining the team in July 2022 Ziao Han has been a major playing in improving user experience.
Learnt to code at 14, now studying computer science at college, also is one of the "lucky" few who missed their GCSEs due to the covid pandemic. They also received an overwhelming experience from police when they misunderstood "hacker" for "Evil Cyber Warrior of Darkness" and after police swarmed a local park an tackled him to the ground. - We want OpenRapport to be an app, that all ages can use comfortably. Kodi has autism and is non binary, two things that the system has a difficult understanding.
Assisting in integrating and implementing innovative features to the platform. Whilst an experienced coder Elisha is from Nigeria, he is exposed to police brutality in the streets every day, he is fully aware of the systematic flaws within the existing system and has persevered day and night to ensure we are operating optimally. OpenRapport V3 can be localized an adapted for any country.
Steve Silverman is the founder of Open Police Complaints (OPC), a data initiative working to provide universal police complaints transparency in the US. He’s best known for his work with Flex Your Rights (the nonprofit home of OPC), creating a series of popular know-your-rights videos reaching 48 million views through the organization’s YouTube channel. As OPC’s project lead, he focuses on strategic planning, partnership building, and product design.
I had a negative experience with the police during the Black Lives Matter protests in London last year. I witnessed a group of officers using excessive force, and it didn’t sit well with me. I tried to complain about this directly with the Metropolitan Police, but I found their process to be lacking and I wasn’t taken seriously. I am certain that as this site grow it will ruffle some feathers, but I believe that a service like this is well overdue.
Momma Cherri the Kitchen Nightmare Contestant Winner. An a proud foster mother of over 60 foster kids she has a unique experience and has seen the negative affect the force has on children in care. She also spoke out at the Black Lives Matter Protest in Brighton her speech attracted a substancial crowd.
Sending out emails, matching photos, alphabetizing records, replying to contact forms.. Yes, we rely highly on this entity, we feel that certain tasks be easily automated