Pursuant to Local Law 84 of 2015, the following data represents the number of incarcerated individuals who were awaiting transfer to the custody of the New York State Department of Health, New York State Office of Mental Health, and the New York State Office for People
Pursuant to LL 132 of 2019, DOC is required to report on a monthly basis an aggregate report on non-production of individuals in custody to scheduled medical appointments. Individuals in custody can refuse an appointment at any time. The Department recognizes the importance of medical visits.
Pursuant to Local Law 132 of 2019, the Department is required to report on a monthly basis an aggregate report on non-production of individuals in custody to scheduled medical appointments. The data within the report represents the non-unique number of incarcerated individuals who were not produced.
Young Adult ESH and Secure Unit Monthly Reports. For each placement, the date of entry, the criteria met for placement, the dates of specific incidents used to justify placement and the associated incident type, the placement level housing category in which the inmate was housed prior to placement.
Pursuant to Local Law 132 of 2019, the Department of Correction is required to report when an individual in custody refuses to go to sick call, changes his or her mind, or attends another general service at the time they requested sick call and refuses sick call.
Pursuant to local law, this report tracks, number of unique individuals placed in Separation Status
The number of people in Separation Status who missed a scheduled court appearance and the number of people currently in Separation Status as of the last day of the reporting period.
Per Local Law 33 of 2016, the Department is required to submit 20 days after the end of each month a report on security indicators for the prior month. Security indicators consist of the number of fight infractions, assaults on staff, assaults on inmates, and uses of force.
The Department provides the Board with a monthly, public report on the operation of Secure Units and Young Adult ESH Units. Data includes, but is not limited to, number of individuals in each phase, information regarding placements and placement criteria, movement between phases, length of stay wit