I know it's basic, just a first draft, but I just wanted to see if there was any merit to the idea itself before I develop it further.
It is very short, and a little vague. For example: "When an individual with a history of domestic violence comes within 10m of SCP-XXXX, this individual becomes SCP-XXXX-1." SCP-XXXX-1 it is included, just not clear that they are the aggressor in their previous relationship. Also why do they become SCP-XXXX-1? The way it was written it seemed like the word victim or target would be more appropriate unless a change comes upon SCP-XXXX-1. Some clarification would be very nice.
I appreciate your desire to contribute to the feedback process, and there's never any harm in having additional opinions. However, as per the forum rules and guidelines it would be better if you let a more experienced author get to a draft first before putting your two cents in. While you make a good point, you're missing the bigger overarching issues which should be addressed first.
Thank you for helping make SCP a better place. :)
As a reminder, you can bounce ideas off the Ideas & Brainstorming forum if you don't have enough to make a draft off of first.
Statue that hates wifebeaters and makes them go crazy by screaming at them really loudly then making them kill themselves. Would downvote without a second thought.