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49 new mug shots | 662 total bookings*

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Salaries of state government employees

 
1 Bobby Petrino UA-Fayetteville Head Football Coach
$3,560,000.00
 
2 Mike Anderson UA-Fayetteville Head Men's Basketball Coach
$2,200,000.00
 
3 Michiaki Imamura UAMS Chief-Cardio Surgery, Children's
$1,000,000.00
 
4 John Day UAMS Chairman-Neurosurgery
$648,327.00
 
5 Richard Turnage UAMS Chairman-Surgery
$630,129.00
 
6 Daniel Rahn UAMS Chancellor
$612,000.00
 
7 Thomas Pait UAMS Professor/Physician
$550,000.00
 
8 Richard Nicholas UAMS Chairman-Othopaedics
$524,581.06
 
9 Curtis Lowery UAMS Chairman-Obstetrics/Gynecology
$511,163.00
 
10 Philip Kenney UAMS Chairman-Radiology
$501,000.00
Pulaski County salaries City of Little Rock salaries North Little Rock salaries Other Arkansas city salaries School district salaries

These databases contain salary information for government employees at the city, county and state level. The information as provided in response to a series of FOI requests. Search by name or use the drop down menu to search by agency or department. Some agencies provided salary data at an hourly rate, while others provided it in an annual figure. The salary figures may not account for pay raises, employee turnover, part-time workers or overtime pay.

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Little Rock Police Department Incident Reports
http://www.arkansasonline.com/right2know/lrpd/

North Little Rock Police Department Incident Reports
http://www.arkansasonline.com/right2know/nlrpd/

State Employee Salaries
http://www.arkansasonline.com/right2know/statesalaries/

Pulaski County Salaries
http://www.arkansasonline.com/right2know/pulaskicounty/

City of Little Rock Salaries
http://www.arkansasonline.com/right2know/lrsalaries/

School District Salaries
http://www.arkansasonline.com/right2know/schoolsalaries/

STATE LINKS

Arkansas Freedom of Information Act
Download a copy of the Arkansas FOI Act
http://ag.arkansas.gov/pdfs/The_Arkansas_Freedom_of_Information_Act.pdf

Contact your State Legislator
Find your Senator:
http://www.arkansas.gov/senate/senatorSearch.html

Find your Representative:
http://www.arkansashouse.org/

Review Arkansas Attorney General Opinions on the FOI Act
Simply type FOI Act in the full text search area at:
http://www.arkansasag.gov/opinions/

Arkansas Ethics Commission:
http://www.arkansasethics.com/

FEDERAL LINKS

Federal agencies
The Feedom of Information (FOI) Act provides that any person has the right of access to federal agency records or information. The law requires that the government (not the public) substantiate why information may not be released.

The federal FOI Act does not provide access to records held by the judiciary or Congress and includes nine major areas of exemption.

Find out more about FOI requests at:
http://www.justice.gov/oip/
http://www.foia.gov/

ACCESS TO STATE AND LOCAL PUBLIC RECORDS

Citizens have a right to see and photocopy documents and records of government agencies, unless they are specifically exempted from disclosure under the law.

The Arkansas Freedom of Information Act was established in 1967 as a law designed to allow citizens access to information gathered and produced by our governing agencies.

The law defines a Public Record as: "writings, recorded sounds, films, tapes, electronic or computer based information, or data compilations in any medium, required by law to be kept or otherwise kept, and that constitute a record of the performance or lack of performance of official functions that are or should be carried out by a public official or employee, a governmental agency, or any other agency wholly or partially supported by public funds or expending public funds. All records maintained in public offices or by public employees within the scope of their employment shall be presumed to be public records."