A monthly audit report on DOC's compliance with BOC Minimum Standards related to lock-in, access to courts and legal services including Law Library, recreation, access to programming and participation rates, and education services utilization rates as applied to young adult individuals in ESH.
The Board of Correction (BOC) requires the Department of Correction (DOC) to report on the incarcerated individuals which reside in the Enhanced Supervision Housing. ESH separates violent young adult inmates from the general population, while at the same time offering educational opportunities
DOC submits report to BOC on monthly progress report on its implementation of the Young Adult Plan and implementation of alternatives to punitive segregation (Second Chance, TRU, ESH, and Secure Units) Information includes young adult population, young adult related training provided to staff.
The intention of the report is to demonstrate compliance with the Board’s Minimum Standards and Variance Conditions related to the operation of these units and the housing of Young Adults. This report includes data on an individual level, showing new placements, and reasons for those placements.
Pursuant to Local Law 121 of 2016, the Department of Correction is required to submit to its website on an annual basis a report regarding mentally ill incarcerated individuals and recidivism. The report provides data pursuant to the law’s subdivisions and compares current data with previous data.
The Department shall produce monthly reports with data spanning numerical totals since body scanners were implemented and cumulatively by each reporting month. These metrics include, but is not limited to the number and percent of placements in Separation Status by reason for placement and more.
The Department shall conduct and report a monthly audit of its compliance with BOC Minimum Standards related to lock-in, access to courts and legal services including Law Library, recreation, access to programming and participation rates, and education services utilization rates as applied to S.U.
Pursuant to Local Law 84 of 2015, the Department is required to provide the number of incarcerated individuals who have been found guilty of violating departmental rules, but have not been placed in punitive segregation, restrictive housing or a clinical alternative to punitive segregation housing,
DOC submits report to BOC on the number of persons in custody held or waiting to be held in punitive segregation, length of stay, reduction of pun. seg., out of cell time, recreation, requests to for 60-day punitive segregation sentences and 60-day punitive segregation override and 45 day review.