Maine Statistical Analysis Cdenter


What's New....

2016 Juvenile Recidivism Report

The Annie E. Casey Foundation recognized Maine for its results-based leadership toward juvenile justice reform.  Erica King, Policy Associate and Statewide Coordinator for Maine's Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative was interviewed for this feature.

George Shaler accepts Douglas
Yearwood National Publication Award
for Statistical/Management at the
National Forum on Criminal Justice in Atlanta, Georgia for the 2015 Disproportionate Contact: Youth of
Color in Maine's Juvenile Justice System Report.

MPBN Story Featuring Erica King: Charleston Prison Stops Taking
Juveniles, Switching to Adults

Adult Fast Facts
Juvenile Fast Facts

The Maine Statistical Analysis Center
(SAC) is part of a nationwide network of SACs that are represented by the Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA).  The Maine SAC is encouraging justice oriented organizations and
justice policy practitioners and
researchers to join JRSA.  Membership
has many benefits.  FMI, please click on the following link:

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Welcome to the Maine Statistical Analysis Center

The Maine Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) informs policy development and improvement of practice in Maine's criminal and juvenile justice systems. A partnership between the University of Southern Maine Muskie School of Public Service and the Maine Department of Corrections, SAC collaborates with numerous community-based and governmental agencies.  SAC conducts applied research, evaluates programs and new initiatives, and provides technical assistance, consultation and organizational development services. The Maine Statistical Analysis Center is funded by the Bureau of Justice Statistics and supported by the Justice Research Statistics Association.

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.

New Reports

2016 Juvenile Recidivism Report

2015 Maine
Crime Victimization Survey Report

2015 Disproportionate Contact: Youth of Color in Maine's Juvenile Justice System
2014 Maine
Crime and Justice
Data Book