Information relating to the use of punitive segregation, restricted housing and clinical alternative to punitive segregation housing in city jails for the previous quarter. With Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of (DOHMH)
Pursuant to Local Law 33 of 2016, this report provides information on security indicators in city jails for the previous quarter, including uses of force, assaults on staff and/or people in custody, and violent incidents, disaggregated by adults, young adults, and adolescents.
Pursuant to Local Law 87 of 2015, this report provides data on the number of grievances submitted by individuals in custody throughout the quarter disaggregated by the method of submission, facility and housing area of submission, category of the grievance, and whether the grievance was grievable.
Pursuant to Local Law 85 of 2015, the department provides information pertaining to the visitation of the incarcerated population in city jails for the prior quarter. This report includes data on the number of visitors to Rikers Island and Borough facilities.
Pursuant to NYC Charter Chapter 35 Sect. 815(a)(20)(i), this report provides information on the department's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan pursuant to NYC Charter Chapter 35 Sect. 815(a)(19).
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.
The commissioner shall post a report every 60 days, on the department of correction website, setting forth the number of city jail inmates who have been found guilty of violating departmental rules but have yet to be placed in punitive segregation, restrictive housing or a clinical alternative to punitive segregation housing, or any successor to such housing units, disaggregated by inmates
with designations at the end of their book and case numbers, indicating that the inmates are known to mental health staff, and inmates without designations. Such report shall state the number of inmates awaiting placement in any such housing unit categorized by the length of time such inmates have been awaiting placement in the following categories: 1-5 days, 6-15 days, 16-30 days, 31-60 days, and 61 days or longer.
Annual summary of evaluation of inmate programming and structured services offered to inmates, including amount of funding received, estimated number of inmates served, a brief description of the program being offered and include a comparison between the current year and prior 5 years