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Richards highlights data on health topics including mortality, prescription drugs and hospital performance.
"Knowing courts and cops records can help you track important stories..." Records that should be used often are: offense/incidents reports, police calls, arrest reports, search warrants, arrest warrants, sex offender registration, jail booking information, autopsy reports, medical examiner investigator's report, subpoenas, appellate files, search warrants, district attorney files and grand jury attachments.
This one-sheet handout explains how the Observer looked into the deaths of the mentally ill using death records, police records, autopsy reports and 911 calls.
Documents from Freedburg's Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation of the Yahweh religious sect and its connections to 14 murders. Documents include FBI records, Freedburg's request for criminal file, U.S. District Court documents, Florida motor vehicle registrations, drivers' license records, Metro-Dade Police Department and Public Safety Department request for latent comparison, incident and autopsy reports, Yahweh University's "Open Letter to the World" complaining of the City of Miami's harassment of that institution; inter-office memo; Yahweh literature filed in federal lawsuit; Yahweh's corporate filing; police department's Internal Security Unit report; UCC filing; and affidavit for search warrant.