Working across disciplines and perspectives, the Justice Policy program's applied research informs policy development and practice in civil and criminal justice systems. Our research team works with national and state organizations including the National Institute of Corrections, the Office on Violence Against Women, and the Maine Statistical Analysis Center, among others.

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2017

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Unsealed Fate: The Unintended Consequences of Inadequate Safeguarding of Juvenile Records in Maine, Susan Hawes, Erica King, Mara Sanchez, and George Shaler

2014

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Building Bridges Towards Safety and Accountability to End Domestic Violence Homicide, Barbara Hart

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Gender-Responsive Policy Development in Corrections: What We Know and Roadmaps for Change, Erika King

Maine Crime & Justice Data Book 2014, George Shaler

2013

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Practical Implications of Current Intimate Partner Violence Research for Victim Advocates and Service Providers, Barbara Hart and Andrew J. Klein

Gender Responsive Correctional Policies in the United States: A Policy Bulletin, Erika King and Jillian Foley

Advancing the Use of CBT with Justice-Involved Women, Erika King and Marilyn Van Dieten

2012

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Recidivism Rates of Committed Youth, 2006 - 2009, Becky Noreus and Robyn Dumont

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Recidivism Rates of Youth Discharged from Supervision 2006 - 2009, Becky Noreus and Jillian Foley

2012 Maine Juvenile Justice Data Book, Becky Noreus, George Shaler, and Desiree Girard

2011

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Maine's Women Offenders: What Do We Know?, Erika King, Jillian Foley, and Mark Rubin

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Annual Juvenile Recidivism Report, Becky Noreus

2009

Disproportionate Minority Contact in Maine: DMC Assessment and Identification, Becky Noreus, Teresa Hubley, and Michael Rocque

2008

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Targeted Interventions Could Ease Maine's Prison and Jail Populations, Mark Rubin