Today, the NYCLU released an iPhone version of its Stop & Frisk Watch app to accompany the Android version that debuted last June. The app allows users to record encounters with police, then submit them in real time. A few NYPD officers have used it to submit their feelings about the NYCLU and their new toy in the form of the middle finger.

This comes after the NYPD released its stop-and-frisk data from 2011, which showed that a record-high 686,000 people were stopped that year and 86 percent of the stops were either black of Latino. 

Watch the video here.

[via Gothamist]

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