George Shaler is a Senior Research Associate of Criminal Justice and Public Health Programs at the Muskie School of Public Service. He is also the Managing Director of Children, Youth and Families/Justice Policy Program areas at the Cutler Institute. Lastly, George is the Director of the Maine Statistical Analysis Center.
With over fifteen years of experience, Mr. Shaler provides program evaluation and consultation services to state and local government agencies as well as community-based organizations. During his tenure with the Maine SAC, Mr. Shaler has worked on the following criminal justice issues: Disproportionate minority contact Sex offenses Prison/jail health care issues Gun violence Community policing Juvenile recidivism School suspension/expulsion policies Mr. Shaler is most interested in the connection between criminal justice and public health issues. In addition, he is interested in projects that enhance the evaluation capacity in our partnering agencies. Mr. Shaler received a BA in Anthropology from Hamilton College and a Masters in Public Health from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
|2014||Maine Crime & Justice Data Book 2014||Report|
|2009||Maine County Justice Data Reports||Report|
|2015||Disproportionate Contact: Youth of Color in Maine's Juvenile Justice System||Report|
|2016||Developing Program Performance Measures for Rural Emergency Medical Services||Journal Article|
|2012||2012 Maine Child Support Guidelines: Review and Recommendations||Report|