1. An analysis of the root causes of incarceration for older adults, and proposals to reduce the rates of incarceration for older adults. 2. An analysis of re-entry services for older adults, including but not limited to: (i) the unique health needs of older adults, (ii) the costs and benefits of re-entry services for older adults, including benefits associated with reducing recidivism, (iii) how the city can work with the state department of corrections and community supervision to seek the proper provision of reentry services, (iv) the types of re-entry services available, including but not limited to affordable and/or supportive housing, mental health and substance abuse treatment, and employment assistance, and (v) the gaps in current reentry services. 3. Any other recommendations to assist in developing a compassionate post-incarceration older adult reentry policy, including but not limited to potential legislative reforms. With Temporary Task Force on Post-Incarceration Reentry for Older Adults
Assessment of re-entry needs, type and frequency of resources needed, identification and assessment of existing reentry services and identification of areas or population within the city where citizens with needs are concentrated
Report on current services offered in any neighborhood tabulation area in which 20 percent or greater of the population is below the poverty line as defined by the American Community Survey and that overlaps with or is contiguous to a priority area
The average daily population of inmates in the custody of the department of correction, Of the number of inmates in the custody of the department of correction on the last Friday of each calendar month of the reporting period, the percentage who had been sentenced to a definite sentence, the percentage held on pending criminal charges, and the percentage in any other category; Of the number of inmates in the custody of the department of correction on the final Friday of each calendar month of the reporting period who were held on pending criminal charges, the percentage who had bail fixed in the following amounts: (a) $1; (b) $2-$500; (c) $501-$1000; (d) $1001-$2500; (e) $2501-$5000; (f) $5001-$10,000; (g) $10,001-$25,000; (h) $25,001-$50,000; (i) $50,001-$100,000; or (j) more than $100,000; Of the number of inmates in the custody of the department of correction on the final day of the reporting period who were held on pending criminal charges, the percentage who had been incarcerated for the following lengths of time: (a) 1-2 days; (b) 3-5 days; (c) 6-15 days; (d) 16-30 days; (e) 31-90 days; (f) 91-180 days; (g) 180 - 365 days; or (h) more than 365 days.
Section 3 requires MOCJ to report on a quarterly basis certain information relating to “inspections of nightlife establishments overseen by” the Office of Special Enforcement (OSE). During the period July 1, 2020 – September 30, 2020 (third quarter of 2020).
A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph nineteen (annual plan) of Section 815(a),including details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment, including provisional, seasonal, per-diem and part-time employees, new hiring and promotions in a manner which facilitates understanding of an agency's efforts to provide fair and effective equal opportunity employment for minority group members, women and members of other groups who are employed by, or who seek employment with, city agencies