Civil Share is a project to help stop undue violence against minorities by the police during traffic stops. I was asked to design this product by a woman who was heart broken about the all of the young, black people who were being killed across the nation on an all to frequent basis. The concept is that, with this device, people who are pulled over by the police can give their driver's license, insurance card, and registration to the police with little to no interaction. It clips onto the top of the driver's window and allows the window to be rolled almost all the way up. It has pockets in the front to hold all of the driver's information for the police to access easily. There is a water-proof, flexible cover that folds back and held shut with magnets when closed. The officer can choose to carry he whole device back to his vehicle if he wishes or just pull the documents out. There are lights that turn on when opened so the officer can see what they are looking at and pen clipped to the side for convenience. There are small cameras on the front and back of the product and a microphone that automatically record and upload to a cloud. The cloud data is accessible to both the driver and officer. This is to ensure both parties are held accountable during the interaction. There is also print on the back of the device, facing the driver when in use, that states a drivers rights and responsibilities when being pulled over. Civil Share is designed to ease tension between police and any persons that might be subject to profiling, but it is also a convenient way for anyone to share their documents with an officer when being pulled over.