"I have noticed in reading news articles and seeing reports on TV that, in many cases, you end up with police saying one thing happened and the citizen being pulled over saying another," Petersen told USA Today. "And how do you determine truth? Sometimes, the police have body cam(era)s, sometimes not, and even when they do, it's not always released in a timely manner."
Users can say something like, “Hey, Siri, I’m being pulled over,” and Siri will turn down your music, close out any open apps, turn on Do Not Disturb and send a text to your designated emergency contact to let them know what is going on and where you are located. When the recording is over, the shortcut sends a copy of the video to a user-specified contact, turns off Do Not Disturb and turns up the screen brightness.