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  • Felony Disenfranchisement: A Primer Sentencing Project, June, 2019“Only two states, Maine and Vermont, do not restrict the voting rights of anyone with a felony conviction, including those in prison.”
  • Full Human Beings: An argument for incarcerated voter enfranchisement Peoples Policy Project, May, 2018(This report argues that all US states should allow incarcerated people to vote, something that only Maine and Vermont currently permit.)
  • The Death Penalty in 2017: Year End Report Death Penalty Information Center, December, 2017“Executions and death sentences remained near historically low levels in 2017, as public support for the death penalty fell to its lowest level in 45 years.”
  • Assessing the use of Law Enforcement by Youth Residential Service Providers Disability Rights Maine, August, 2017“Residential staff frequently call law enforcement for behaviors that are manifestations of the youths’ disabilities and the reasons the youth are in treatment.”
  • Gender Injustice: System-Level Juvenile Justice Reforms for Girls The National Crittenton Foundation; National Women's Law Center, September, 2015“Despite decades of attention, the proportion of girls in the juvenile justice system has increased and their challenges have remained remarkably consistent, resulting in deeply rooted systemic gender injustice.”
  • Jail Inmates at Midyear 2014 Bureau of Justice Statistics, June, 2015“The jail population remained steady at the 2012 level and was significantly lower than the peak of an estimated 785,500 at midyear 2008.”
  • Breaking the Cycle: Interrupting Generational Incarceration in Maine Place Matters Maine, 2015“Black or African American and Native American or Indigenous children are disproportionately affected by parental incarceration in Maine.”
  • On Life Support: Public Health in the Age of Mass Incarceration Vera Institute of Justice, November, 2014(Research in epidemiology indicates that had the U.S. incarceration rate remained at its 1973 level, then the infant mortality rate would have been 7.8% lower than it was in 2003, and disparity between black and white infant deaths nearly 15% lower.)
  • Crime in California 2012 California Attorney General and California Department of Justice, August, 2013“The homicide rate remained at a rate 18 percent lower than the average homicide rate for the prior ten years.”
  • Mortality In Local Jails And State Prisons, 2000-2011 - Statistical Tables Bureau of Justice Statistics, August, 2013“After a decline in 2008, the mortality rate for jail inmates has remained relatively stable (125 deaths per 100,000 inmates in 2010 and 122 per 100,000 in 2011).”
  • Jail Inmates at Midyear 2012 - Statistical Tables Bureau of Justice Statistics, May, 2013“The average daily population (ADP) in jails remained stable from 735,565 during the 12-month period ending June 30, 2011, and 735,983 during the 12-month period ending June 30, 2012.”
  • HIV/AIDS among Inmates of & Releasees from US Correctional Facilities 2006 Declining Share of Epidemic but Persistent Public Health Opportunity PLoS One, November, 2009“. Although the proportional share of HIV/AIDS borne by those passing through CFs has declined since 1997, the total number of HIV infected persons who are in this flow has remained steady at roughly 150,000 individuals.”
  • Phantom Constituents in Maine's Regional School Unit 13: How the Census Bureau's outdated method of counting prisoners harms democracy Prison Policy Initiative, January, 2009“The designers of the school board's weighted voting system have given every group of 10 residents of Thomaston the same power over school district decisions as each group of 11 residents in the other towns.”
  • Intimate Partner Violence in the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics, December, 2006“Overall intimate partner violence during 2004 remained unchanged from 2003, although some demographic groups experienced an increase.”
  • Federal Criminal Justice Trends, 2003 Bureau of Justice Statistics, August, 2006“Drug offenses remained the most prevalent offense across stages over 10-year period.”
  • Maine: An Assessment of Access to Counsel and Quality of Representation in Delinquency Proceedings American Bar Association Juvenile Justice Center, October, 2003
  • Status of Services for Persons with Mental Illness in Maine's Prisons: 2002 The Citizen's Committee on Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, and Criminal Justice and NAMI Maine, September, 2002
  • Current Status of Services for Persons with Mental Illness in Maine's Jails and Prisons NAMI Maine, September, 2000

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