The Annual Report of the New York City Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee, 2020, which was established through Local Law 61 of 2005. The FRC reviewed aggregate data obtained from the NYPD regarding family-related homicides that occurred between 2010 and 2019.
A quarterly report on EDC’s expenditure, as well as, retention or designation of persons or organizations to engage in lobbying or lobbying activities before the council or any member thereof, the city planning commission, a borough president, a borough board or a community board.
A report which highlights current economic conditions pertinent to New York City. The report focuses on the state of the U.S. Economy, financial markets, inflation, New York City labor markets and commercial and residential real estate. (August 2020)
An overview of the foreign-born client population at the New York City Family Justice Centers (FJCs) between 2010-2019, and how we tailor our community engagement and service provision. The FJCs offer social, criminal justice and legal services to gender-based violence survivors.
This report focuses on the 47 intimate partner homicide-suicide cases that occurred in New York City between 2010-2018. It provides demographic, geographical and agency contact data and relationship circumstances prior to the incident.
Per Administrative Code of the City of New York section 7-114, the City's Law Department must post information on civil actions alleging misconduct commenced against the police department and individual officers on its website.
Per Administrative Code of the City of New York section 7-113, the City's Law Department must post information on civil actions alleging misconduct commenced against the Department of Corrections and individual employees on its website.
Highlights self-reported illicit drug use, including cannabis, ecstasy, K2, cocaine, heroin, and prescription drug misuse among youth in NYC public high schools. Heroin use increased from 3% to 4% 2015 to 2017. Cannabis use did not increase.
This report is responsive to Local Law 188 of 2018, which requires annual reporting on maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity (SMM), recommendations to improve maternal health and reduce maternal mortalities, and an update on the implementation of recommendations from previous reports.