This story about Claremont Creek Ventures’ portfolio Shotspotter covers how their new technology could improve how fast police respond to shootings inside schools and other buildingsRead More
This week was very important for our portfolio company ShotSpotter. They launched an indoor gunshot location detection system, SiteSecure. ShotSpotter locates the hot spots of gun violence – it can detect everything from the exact location of where the gun was fired to how many rounds were fired.Read More
It’s very cool that our portfolio company ShotSpotter was just profiled in the Washington Post (ShotSpotter detection system documents 39,000 shooting incidents in the District). In Washington DC, ShotSpotter has 300 acoustic sensors across 20 square miles of the city, covering mainly the Southeast and Northeast of the District. ShotSpotter is a unique gunfire surveillance […]Read More
With today’s law enforcement agencies struggling to combat rising gun violence with limited resources, it is important to have great minds working together to create a safer world. On April 12, 2013 ShotSpotter Inc. (SST, Inc), a law enforcement data solutions company, welcomed Bill Bratton to the company’s board of directors. Bratton, a thought leader […]Read More
I recently enjoyed the New York Times story, Shots Fired, Pinpointed and Argued Over, featuring Erica Goode’s account of the ShotSpotter gunshot detection system in action. The article does a great job of calling attention to the success of the company’s collaboration with police forces, which in turn is creating safer communities. For instance, less […]Read More
February 15, 2012 guest post originally published at: peHUB Recent attacks against leading GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney depict him essentially as a brutal, bare-knuckled capitalist when he ran Bain Capital. They shed a very unflattering light on the private equity world. Romney rivals have cast him as a “vulture capitalist” that took over companies, […]Read More
Claremont Creek Ventures was founded in 2005 by Nat Goldhaber, John Steuart and Randy Hawks to pursue early stage investing in exceptional technology startups.