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Crash Fatalities

Arkansas State Police
Crash Fatalities Broken Down by ASP Troops


Total Statewide Crash Fatalities

ADEM Training Classes Taken in 2022

Arkansas Division of Emergency Management (ADEM)


Total ADEM Training Classes
Year to Date

On-line CLEST Class Completion

Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards & Training (CLEST)


Year to Date

Concealed Handgun Carry Licenses

Arkansas State Police


Current Total CHCL Licenses
Current CHCL Breakdown by County
Current Total CHCL Licenses

Full-Time Certified Officers

Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards & Training (CLEST)


Current Full Time Officers

Registered Sex Offenders In Arkansas

Arkansas Crime Information Center


Total Sex Offenders in Arkansas

Based on information obtained from the risk assessment process, offenders are assigned the following levels: Level 1: Low Risk; Level 2: Moderate Risk; Level 3: High Risk; Level 4: Sexually Violent Predator.

2022 Drug Submissions In Arkansas

Arkansas State Crime Lab
The Arkansas State Crime Laboratory receives approximately 22,000 drug cases annually from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. These cases are submitted for the analysis of suspected controlled substances by the laboratory’s Forensic Chemistry section (located in Little Rock & Lowell). “Controlled substances” refers to drugs and/or chemicals placed on the Controlled Substances Act list under federal law or the Controlled Substances List under Arkansas Code, Chapter 64. Evidence may be in the form of powders, capsules, tablets, plant material, or paraphernalia, as well as any solid, liquid, or vapor that could contain a chemical to be identified. The map depicts the Arkansas counties from which these cases are received.
2022 Drug Submissions Breakdown by County (through July)


Total Drug Submissions


Annual Payout & Total Claims Awarded

Crime Victims Reparations Board
Scales of Justice


Total Payouts Year to Date


Total Claims Awarded Year to Date

The Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board and staff serve the needs of eligible victims of crime, and their dependents, who have suffered personal injury or death as the result of a violent crime. The Board and it’s staff recognize the special needs of those victimized by violent crime and accept the responsibility to provide financial assistance to victims who qualify under program guidelines. In this way, the Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board and staff are committed to restoring the lives that have been impacted by violence. Our goal is to provide compensation for victims’ unexpected expenses, such as medical treatment, mental-health counseling, rehabilitation, lost wages, replacement services, and funeral expenses.
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