Robyn Dumont and George Shaler, Maine Statistical Analysis Center, presented findings from the 2015 Maine Crime Victimization Survey Report at a press event in early December. This report highlights findings from telephone interviews conducted with 843 randomly selected Mainers on whether they had been a victim of criminal or unwanted behavior (e.g. violent crime, property crime, threats of violence, identity crime, and stalking) in the past 12 months.
After the presentation a distinguished panel responded to the findings and offered comments.
Representative Lori Fowle;South Portland Police Chief Edward Googins; Maine Identity Services founder Jane Carpenter; and Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault Associate Director Destie Hohman Sprague.
To read more about the report and the findings, visit the links below: