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.

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2015

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Disproportionate contact: Youth of color in Maine's juvenile justice system, Robyn Dumont, Erica King MSW, and George Shaler MPH

2014

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Maine Crime & Justice Data Book 2014, George Shaler MPH

2012

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

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

2011

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Identity theft trends in Maine, 2007-2011, Amy Geren, George Shaler, and Prashant Mittal

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Stalking crime trends in Maine, 2007-2011, Amy Geren, George Shaler, and Prashant Mittal

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2011 Maine crime victimization survey report: Informing public policy for safer communities, Mark Rubin, Jennifer Dodge, Eric Chiasson, and Carmen Dorsey

2009

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Maine county justice data reports, William Ethridge MPPM, George Shaler MPH, Carmen Dorsey, Mark Rubin, and Rebecca Noreus

2008

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Maine department of corrections annual juvenile recidivism report, Susan Pate