Are you interested in joining Phoenix Copwatch? If so, now is the time to join. We patrol the streets to monitor police activity, organize events against , and educate the public about their rights during . Anyone (besides law enforcement) can join. All you have to do is attend one of our trainings. If you have any questions, please call , or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
· The struggle against police brutality is a struggle against racism
We believe that police brutality is widespread in our communities and that much of it is directly related to the long history of in this country. Therefore, we consider the struggle against police brutality to be a struggle against racism.
· Copwatch opposes all forms of oppression
Copwatch is opposed to all forms of oppression even though we are organized to focus on the fight against police abuse. We believe the police mistreat people based on real or perceived ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, and ability.
· The goal of Copwatch is to observe and record the police
We monitor police activity when they interrogate people on the streets, and we offer assistance to victims of police abuse when we can.
· Copwatch does not provoke confrontations with the police.
We do support the principle of self-defense against police attacks.
· Copwatch is an independent organization
We don't work with any , government agencies, or political parties.
For more information about Phoenix Copwatch, visit www.phoenixcopwatch.org