2015 Maine Crime Victimization
George Shaler accepts
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In the News....
Report Authors, Robyn Dumont and George Shaler of the Maine Statistical Analysis Center, discussed findings from the 2015 Maine Crime Victimization Survey Report at a press release forum December 1, 2015 at the USM's Muskie School of Public Service. Invited panelists (pictured above), Representative Lori Fowle, Chair of the Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee; Edward Googins, South Portland, Maine Police Chief, Jane Carpenter, Maine Identity Service Founder; and Destie Hohman Sprague, Assistant Director at Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MECASA), commented on the report and offered their insights.