At Big Mountain Data, we are developing technology solutions to identify and hold domestic abusers accountable. After all, the abuser is the problem in the intimate violence partner relationship. We have data on domestic violence offenders today. The data exists in several sources. By aggregating this data and classifying the threat level of individual offenders, better informed decision-making will result with regard to changing behavior or assigning punishment. Most importantly, our emphasis on the perpetrator correctly assigns blame where it belongs and brings transparency to a phenomenon that thrives on secrecy.
Big Mountain Data launched in 2014. We have stayed close to the award-winning High Point Police Department who are in the vanguard in this arena addressing intimate partner violence. Each known offender is a potential threat to public safety. Our approach includes the classification system used in High Point, and expands on their ground-breaking work.