These data are downloaded from www.discover.arkansas.gov - the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services. Discover Arkansas - Your Labor Market Information Source.
The two Excel files contain various demographic and economic data from the Census and the American Community Survey for 2000, 2010, and 2016. The map files are DRAFTS, not to be distributed, allowing for a visual look at the data by Census Tract.
These data are from two sources. Data from the Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics - UCR Data Online report both the number of offenses and the rates for violent and property crime from 1985 through 2014. These are all crimes, not just for youth. The other files are from the Arkansas Crime Information Center Agency Data. One file summarizes the Group A and Group B arrests for youth from 2009 through 2016; another file is the actual 2016 report showing the detail available. A list of the crimes by group is also provided.
This file is simply a map which shows the school district boundaries for the Little Rock and Pulaski County Special school districts.
These reports are provided by each of the 52 Census Tracts which comprise Little Rock. The last three files are maps showing: census tracts alone, census tracts and wards, census tracts and school district boundaries.
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The Arkansas Economic Development Institute (AEDI) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock subscribes to the Emsi data and has provided these reports for the use of the NSEM Little Rock.
"At Emsi, we’re focused on the student-to-employment journey. For better than 15 years, we’ve served as labor market advisors to leaders in higher education, business, and community development."
The Arkansas Research Center is the home of the Arkansas Statewide Longitudinal Data System and provides technical and data services to multiple Arkansas state agencies. It was established at the University of Central Arkansas by two U.S. Department of Education grants in 2009 and further expanded by two U.S. Department of Labor grants 2012-2018. It is nationally recognized for leadership in individual data privacy.
These are data on homelessness, mental health, foster care, and substance abuse mainly for Arkansas but some more detailed data is included.