Cutler Institute

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

Current Projects


Smart Supervision

As part of the Smart Supervision Project, Justice Policy (JP) works closely with the Maine Department of Corrections to strengthen the implementation of evidence-based practices across the community corrections system. JP staff partner with the Maine DOC Executive Team to develop management coaching tools and curriculum to enhance the skills of middle managers probation officers, and new EBP Coordinators. For more information about the US Department of Justice’s Smart Supervision grants across the country, see http://csgjusticecenter.org/nrrc

For more information about Maine’s program, contact: Erica King


County Jail Census

The ACLU of Maine has requested the Muskie School’s Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) assistance in
analyzing jail inmate data. The purpose is to find out the reasons for why people are in jail - awaiting
trial or serving a short sentence. In addition, the ACLU of Maine has asked for analysis of jail inmate
length of stay and those inmates who have detained multiple times.
For more information contact: George Shaler