Reyets: Social Justice Network 4+

Revolutionary civil rights app

Stuck in the Sand

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 70 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

- Powerful know your rights tools 
- Alternatives to calling the police
- Film and report civil rights abuse
- Advocate and build coalitions
- Justice news

#1 Social Justice Network:
- Powerful know your rights tools
- Alternatives to calling the police
- Document and report civil rights abuse
- Advocate and build coalitions
- Share and read social justice news
- Powered by your community

Key features include:
- Searchable Database of quick answers to civil rights questions of each jurisdiction
- Community section with news, local organizations, marches, rallies, and events
- Build and join street squads and coalitions in your communities
- Quick-start and continuous video recording while navigating other features
- Seamless auto-post to Twitter while continuing to record video
- Secured incident filing to related and local organizations, law firms, and media

Millions of people are unsatisfied with the current social media platforms. People want to leverage technology to improve the world, but now they have their own fast and easy way to do it using Reyets.

Reyets is a revolutionary social justice network that connects and empowers us to protect one another, plus get access to civil rights tools, that allow you to know your rights, document and report misconduct, and access alternatives to calling the police.

WE ARE SOLVING A BIG PROBLEM
People don’t know their rights, and when they are violated, reporting misconduct is difficult, since each of the over 18,000 police departments has its own unique process of reporting police misconduct. As a result, 95% of people do not report police misconduct. Conversely, research indicates that a lack of public participation is a barrier to true police accountability. While Community-Led Policing (CLP) programs are effective tools to increase public participation, lack of access to resources is a barrier to widespread adoption.

THE POWER OF COMMUNITY LED PROGRAMS
Community-Led Policing is an organizational strategy that allows the community to solve problems, through witnessing, data collection, and reform efforts. A good example of this is a group in Baltimore that came together and uncovered that every 14 days in Maryland, someone is killed by police. Using the data, they compiled on officer-involved deaths they successfully pushed for a host of policy reforms at the local, county, and state levels.

REYETS IS THE BEST SOLUTION
Reyets is a mobile smart app paired with an AI-powered database. The Reyets app lets people know their rights, document abuse, and get help. Incidents reported through the app are fed into the Reyets dashboard that serves as an AI-powered analysis and record-keeping database. Data is then analyzed and used to support investigations into misconduct, help write better policies, and used by public defenders to support witness accounts in court.

A legal equalizer and mobile justice platform for the community.

What’s New

Version 1.5

Hello Change-makers,

In this update we squashed some bugs and streamlined the user interface to be buttery smooth.

Thanks fo the support, and let's get into some good trouble!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
70 Ratings

70 Ratings

justicefighter! ,

great tool for on-the-go “rights” information

This is an app that everyone should have on their phone! Not only does it provide you with an up to date rolling basis of rights and laws. But it also makes them understandable for the average person that doesn’t understand law jargon. This is a definite confidence booster! It also has resources from within such as a community feed where you can interact with people from within the app, without being worries of your information being sold and targeted. It also provides community resources that are catered to your needs, you are also able to fill out a report either if you are a witness or a victim of any sort of crime, the team then reaches out with information solely based on your situation.. talk about white glove service! I highly encourage individuals to have this app downloaded, you never know when you might be in a sticky situation.

Developer Response ,

Thank you! We agree everyone should get the Reyets app.

ahmadvaroqua ,

Never leave home without it!

A timely app with a slick interface to boot. I love that the camera kicks in as soon as I open the app so I don't have fumble around in case of an emergency. The location overlays and meta data are pretty neat too. I haven't seen too many apps that do that. Having quick access to your rights, on the spot and easily organized by topic, is a big confidence booster in case you are in a sticky situation. The live recording to the cloud means that your footage can't be "erased" or lost. I've always wanted an app like this for myself and my family and never found one that hit all the marks. I hope I won’t have to use this app in real life, but I feel a lot better knowing it’s in my back pocket.

Marita_K ,

Extremely useful!!!

I haven’t had opportunity to take all the features on a test drive (fully locked down due to COVID) but I love what I do see. The location based information on your rights is excellent, the help section isn’t just technical assistance for the app but actually connects you to local resources such as legal assistance, organizations, and local organizers and press. You can send reports, they have curated relevant articles and the way the audio/video recording is integrated, it is available with just a tap without having to switch apps or fumble around.

App Privacy

The developer, Stuck in the Sand, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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