These data sources provide information for communities looking for more local data. These sources provide either unique, local data; more information on demographic breakdowns (e.g., age, sex, race/ethnicity); or data for sub-county geographic units (e.g., cities, zipcodes or school districts).
Hawaii Data Sources
|Accountability Resource Center Hawaii Data Center||The interactive web portal provides educational accountability as well as information on school and student performance.||
|Crime in Hawaii - Uniform Crime Reports||The Uniform Crime Reporting program is a system of collecting and analyzing crime and arrest statistics gathered on selected types of crime by participating law enforcement agencies throughout each state.||
|Hawaii Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System||The Behavioral Risk Factor Survey is an annual survey of Hawaii’s adult population about behaviors which affect risk of disease and disability.||
|Hawaii Health Data Warehouse||The Hawaii Health Data Warehouse includes health survey data from: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, and Youth Risk Behaviors Survey, as well as data on other health indicators.||
|Hawaii Health Matters - Find Data||Hawaii Health Matters displays Community Snapshots showing county-level indicators covering a wide range of health outcomes and factors. Also provided is a Healthy People 2020 Tracker that shows counties’ progress toward meeting various national health targets.||
|Hawaii Health Matters - Immunizations||This page provides vaccination rates for influenza, pneumonia, tetanus, and HPV, along with other infectious disease statistics at the state and county level.||
|Hawaii Health Survey||The Hawaii Health Survey is a continuous statewide household survey of health and socio-demographic conditions of Hawaii’s people.||
|Hawaii Summary of Infectious Diseases||This spreadsheet provides data for the last 10 years on reportable infectious diseases by county for the state of Hawaii.|
These resources include public health agencies (including local public health offices, state agencies, and public health institutes) and other partners in improving community health including United Ways, counties associations, hospital associations, and extension offices.