Crash Analysis

Reports by school districts

Iowa's 5 Percent Safety Report

School district-specific information based on 2010-2011 school district boundaries.

Reports by school districts Year
Excel file
*KMZ file by year
All school districts
(all crashes, vehicles, drivers, and injured persons within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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14- to 18-year old injured persons
(all crashes, vehicles, and drivers, but limited to 14- to 18-year-old injured persons within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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14- to 15-year old injured persons
(all crashes, vehicles, and drivers, but limited to 14- to 15-year-old injured persons within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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16- to 18-year old injured persons
(all crashes, vehicles, and drivers, but limited to 16- to 18-year-old injured persons within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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School district - 14- to 18-year old driver involved
(teen (14-18)-involved crashes with all vehicles, drivers, and injured persons involved in those crashes within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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14- to 18-year old driver involved, 14- to 18-year old injured persons
(teen (14-18)-involved crashes with all vehicles, and drivers but limited to 14- to 18-year-old injured persons involved in those crashes within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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14- to 18-year old driver involved, 14- to 15-year old injured persons
(teen (14-18)-involved crashes with all vehicles, and drivers but limited to 14- to 18-year-old injured persons involved in those crashes within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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14- to 18-year old driver-involved, 16- to 18-year-old injured persons
(teen (14-18)-involved crashes with all vehicles, and drivers but limited to 16- to 18-year-old injured persons involved in those crashes within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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School district - 14- to 15-year old driver involved
(14- to 15-year-old-involved crashes with all vehicles, drivers, and injured persons involved in those crashes within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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14- to 15-year old driver-involved, 14- to 18-year-old injured persons
(14- to 15-year-old-involved crashes with all vehicles, and drivers but limited to 14- to 18-year-old injured persons involved in those crashes within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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School district - 16- to 18-year old driver involved
(16- to 18-year-old-involved crashes with all vehicles, drivers, and injured persons involved in those crashes within school district boundary)
2001-2010
Excel file
16- to 18-year old driver-involved, 14- to 18-year-old injured persons
(16- to 18-year-old-involved crashes with all vehicles, and drivers but limited to 14- to 18-year-old injured persons involved in those crashes within school district boundary)
2001-2010
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*You will need Google Earth installed on your computer to access the KMZ files.

  1. If you don't already have Google Earth, download it for free
    (14.3 Mb) and install it.
  2. Choose save to save the file to your computer's hard drive. Once the file has been saved to your computer, a dialog box will appear. Then click open.
  3. On the left hand side of the screen you will see a menu called Places. This shows a list of school district KMZ files you have uploaded. Click once on the school district link to see information about the school district, click twice on the link to zoom into the location of the school district. The school district reports locations indicated as a red line within the map can also be clicked to see the information.
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