Oklahoma State Resources
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).
Oklahoma Data Sources
|Office of Educational Quality & Accountability - Oklahoma School Profiles||This Office of Educational Quality & Accountability provides a report card for each public school in Oklahoma which covers demographics, socioeconomic factors, disciplinary offenses, and performance measures.||
|Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality - Resources||This website includes links to reports from the Air Quality Division, Land Protection Division, and Water Quality Division of Oklahoma's Department of Environmental Quality.|
|Oklahoma Department of Health Disease Statistics||The Oklahoma Department of Health provides statistics and publications for selected reportable diseases and annual reports of infectious diseases. Information is available at the state level.|
|Oklahoma Highway Safety Office Crash Data and Statistics||The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office annually publishes a Crash Facts Book which provides a wide variety of statistical information about traffic crashes in Oklahoma. Information is available at a city and county level.||
|Oklahoma Public Health Environmental Tracking System||Oklahoma is part of the National Tracking Network, created in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to make data on environmental hazards, exposures, and health effects easier to find and use.|
|Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation - Crime Statistics||The Uniform Crime Reporting program is a system of collecting and analyzing crime and arrest statistics.||
|Oklahoma State Department of Health - County Health Profiles||Oklahoma publishes county health profiles covering: demographics, nutrition and obesity, diabetes, infant mortality, injury and violence, leading causes of death, physical activity and fitness, teen births, low birth weight, and tobacco use prevention.||
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.