It's sad that things like this are necessary right now but it could potentially save your life. As protests erupt across the United States against police brutality in the black community, a "Police" shortcut has been created to help victims in potentially similar situations.
You'll need to first, install the "Police" shortcut on your iPhone. You can say something like "Siri, I'm getting pulled over" and your iPhone will stop any music your playing, turn down its brightness and go into "Do Not Disturb" mode.
Your iPhone will then send a text to a predetermined contact and begins recording with its front-facing camera. Once you stop recording, you can text or email the video and save it in DropBox.
To use the "Police" shortcut, create another shortcut first then open "Settings", select "Shortcuts" and toggle the "Allow Untrusted Shortcuts" switch.