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How Community Policing 2.0 Works

1. Tell Your Police Story

Share a personal police experience. Stories are posted anonymously, so your personal information will not be posted or shared.

2. Share Important Videos

Upload video footage and be sure to include when and where it was taken! You can also share your content with anyone else directly involved.

3. View Verified Stories

Want to see more content? Browse through verified stories of police encounters from over 100 communities in the United States.

4. Share on Social Media

Want to make a bigger impact? Use #XMO on all your social media accounts when telling stories about police encounters — positive AND negative.


of Americans say policing needs changes, including increased focus on police accountability and community relations, according to a 2020 Gallup panel.

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Individual transgressions are individual concerns, but systemic problems need to be addressed by the collective.

Excuse Me Officer ManifestCreated 2015
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