This would be awesome if it worked.
Who will guard the guards?
From the page: "It was designed and intended both to promote public safety and to ensure that police officers remain accountable for their actions"
As the son of two cops and having firsthand experience riding along on patrol quite a few times, you will find a large majority of people will do or say ANYTHING to a cop to A) get themselves out of trouble and/or B) discredit, harass, insult, or demean the officer. This includes repeatedly lying and/or provoking officers. Sure, like in any job there are ones who are bad, misuse power, etc. but if you think that's anymore widespread than a low, single digit percentage of police officers in the US then you are believing the television and movies out there that portray this for entertainment purposes.
Officers don't have anything to gain by writing tickets or arresting people...if they cite or arrest you, then 98% of the time you have done something wrong. There are no "quotas" or incentives for issuing tickets. Obey the laws, be respectful to those who are obligated to upholding them, and if you feel a law is unfair or out of date or just wrong, find ways to address it: Talk to lawmakers, write letters, make phone calls, attend community meetings, etc. I'm tired of people bitching and moaning about "the damn police" after they get a speeding ticket, and then once you lock yourself out of your car or you're involved in an accident, suddenly you are so grateful.
I found this site by reading RYd2dRRY's favorites. By no means do I believe all, or even that the majority of cops are bad. However, there are a select few officers who really need someone to watch over their actions.
Intriguing,What a concept.