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Data from around the state is submitted to the Missouri State Highway Patrol every month to document crime rates.
The corrections report includes statistics on inmate demographics and officer activity.
The Parks and Recreation Department releases a summary of progress made on capital improvement projects four times a year.
The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services compiles statistics on the number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases throughout the state.
The city of Columbia provides statistics on the number of traffic and parking violations issued each year.
You can use the report cards to access district data and how it compares with statewide numbers.
The Boone County clerk's website provides information about upcoming elections, as well as results from previous elections.
This week, the Missourian highlights the Department of Agriculture's weekly market summary of grain and cattle trends in each region of the state.
You can see whether there is a sex offender living near you or near a place you frequently spend time.
The report breaks down Boone County Sheriff’s operations by month and activity.
The Regional Economic Development Inc. provides a profile of the characteristics of Columbia's residents and workers.
The report lists the names and addresses of people arrested in the past 24 hours.
The MU Police Department's blotter is an excellent way to obtain information and stay up-to-date with recent campus police activity.
Free and simple background checks are available through Missouri's court records.
A portrait of the university found on MU's Institutional Research Department website breaks down university demographics and financial information.
Columbia Public Schools standardized testing schedule shows each test that students K-12 take during a given year, when the tests are, what grades they apply to and what subjects they are for.
Columbia Public Schools shows a list of its capital projects funded by bond issues that have been passed since April 2010.
BAIR Analytics allows users to view crime reports in certain areas of Columbia.
Traffic counts for roads managed by the City of Columbia are useful in identifying the quietest neighborhoods for purchasing a home and good locations for starting a business.
Records from the Common Core Standards Initiative shows the new focus of Columbia Public Schools' curriculum and soon-to-be-developed state accountability tests.