Tisha Campbell Launches App To Share Solutions For Negative Police Encounters

‘Martin’ Actress Tisha Campell and her brother, a nationally recognized defensive tactics instructor, Stan Campbell have launched a mobile app to help the Black community navigate negative police interactions (via Rolling Out).

According to the official website, “D.O.P.E. the Movement is push for citizens and police to embrace collective solutions for the purpose of decreasing deaths associated with police encounters.” The app will “share best police practices, tips, training and solutions to deadly police encounters by Stan and his law enforcement/attorney friends.”

The app goes by the acronym “D.O.P.E” which stands for “De-escalating Officer Patrol Encounters.” The app’s slogan is, “Bringing police officers & the community together so everyone can go home safe.”

Campbell announced the app on Instagram with the caption, “This is BIG! My brother @therealsoupcampbell and I have been working on #thepoliceencounterapp with our grassroots organization called D.O.P.E.,” she writes, “It is important to me that you get you and your loved ones home safe and I felt it even more crucial because I have a son who’s of driving age. I needed to arm both my kids and my adult friends with information and It’s finally here!”

You can follow @dopethemovement on Instagram and download the “Police encounter App – D.O.P.E” now through the iPhone and Android mobile app stores.

Learn more on www.dopethemovement.com

Watch D.O.P.E.’s informative video about trips for traffic stops here: