Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy

Justice Policy

Maine Statistical Analysis Center

Duration: 
1/1/2009 - 6/30/2012
Collaborators: 
Maine Department of Corrections
Abstract: 

The Maine Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) is a collaboration between the USM Muskie School, Cutler Institute and the Maine Department of Corrections. The SAC collects, analyzes and disseminates statistical information from a variety of Maine data sources to highlight trends in crime and criminal justice in the state, identify policy implications, and allow a comparison to regional and national trends. Currently SAC is focusing on (1)preparing to host the 2010 National BJS/JRSA Conference in Portland, Maine; (2) developing state level data on sex offenders; and (3) analyzing sentencing data for the new State Sentencing and Corrections Practices Coordinating Council.

Project URL: 
http://muskie.usm.maine.edu/justiceresearch
Start Date: 
Thu, 2009-01-01
End Date: 
Sat, 2012-06-30
Legacy Muskie ID: 
5 107

2015 Disproportionate Contact: Youth of Color in Maine's Juvenile Justice System Report

A new report released by the Muskie School of Public Service reveals a racial bias towards minority youths in Maine's juvenile justice system.

"Disproportionate Contact: Youth of Color in Maine's Juvenile Justice System" examines racial disparities in the system and provides recommendations on how to move toward racial equity. Robyn Dumont, Erica King and George Shaler of the Muskie School's Justice Policy Program authored the mixed-method report.

Learn More

Justice Research

Cover: Maine Crime and Justice Data Book 2014

Using the most recent public safety, corrections, and court data available, the Maine Crime and Justice Data Book presents a portrait of the state's crime and justice indicators, including 10-year trends in Maine and comparisons with northern New England and the U.S. at large.

Learn More

Connect With Us