Have a domestic violence data base

There is a sexual assault data bases that makes people registered and known for their horrible acts. Yet, there are people who have committed domestic assault on significant others and children and are never known. It’s a crime that causes anguish, pain, fear, and mental anguish. It’s a crime that should follow the person around and be public for another to search. There should be something that protects others or let’s people know who they are dealing with.

Our mission is to be an online, regional resource that will aid in the awareness and prevention of domestic and family violence by posting the arrest records and convictions of domestic abuse perpetrators and those offenders who have long term restraining orders against them, and to provide comprehensive education about technology based programs, prevention, safety, and intervention models relating to domestic violence.
We believe those who have arrest records or a history of domestic violence should be made known to the public as those who have a pattern of abuse very rarely stop and continue to abuse more victims.

Modeled after The National Sex Offender Registry program, DVR provides the arrest records and convictions of offenders, both men and women, who have been found guilty of domestic violence and related offenses such as battery, stalking, false imprisonment, intimidation, strangulation, and domestic violence based sex offenses, etc. We provide this data free of charge and to the general public with records continuously being added on a daily basis.
DVR will continue to include domestic violence related convictions from across the country as well as long term restraining orders in an effort to provide additional awareness to the general public of offenders with a history of abuse.