It’s been more than two weks since the so-called “drop dead” deadline for communities throughout Missouri to provide the Attorney General’s Office with statistics on racial profiling. There is a good compliance rate, with 97 percent of the police agencies in the state submitting the data. The handful of communities that did not get the information to the Attorney General’s Office by March 31st face the prospect of possibly losing some state funds. The Attorney General’s Office will look over the data and send a report to Governor Bob Holden by June 1st.