Ms. Dumont is a member of the Justice Policy Program, the Maine Statistical Analysis Center (SAC), and the Population Health and Health Policy Program. In addition, she works with the Survey Research Center on a number of projects.
As a member of the Justice Policy team, Ms. Dumont has worked on topic areas related to juvenile justice including recidivism for diverted, supervised, and committed youth; disproportionate contact for youth of color; and alternatives to juvenile detention. As a member of the SAC, she has studied the prevalence of crime victimization in Maine, examined adult detention in local jails, evaluated accessibility and fairness within Maine courts, and assessed state and local law enforcement agencies' use of data. Ms. Dumont has also worked on a number of projects related to public safety. She has analyzed data for school-based health centers, performed crash fatality analysis for the Bureau of Highway Safety, and completed data audits for the Department of Public Safety’s Emergency Medical Services.
Areas of Expertise
Quantitative analysis, survey design, research, report writing, graphical presentation of statistical analysis, qualitative analysis, copy editing and proofreading.
Please review Robyn Dumont's publications on Digital Commons.
- Bachelor of Arts in Social & Behavioral Sciences from LAC-USM
- Master in Policy, Planning, and Management from Muskie School of Public Service
- Certificate in Advanced Research & Evaluation Methods, Muskie School of Public Service
Member of the Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA)