A quick and easy road map of city services available to all New Yorkers, including immigration legal help, healthcare, education, childcare, emergency food and shelter, public safety, protections against discrimination, and IDNYC.
This Brief describes NYC Opportunity’s method for estimating the immigration status of noncitizens and presents key economic indicators by immigration status. The results are presented followed by policy implications and future research.
As an advisory commission appointed by the Mayor and Council Speaker looks at ways to reform the city’s property tax system, we consider an idea suggested by a number of policy- and opinion-makers: reducing the percentage of a home’s market value that is subject to the property tax.
This report includes descriptive statistics by field operations location, on: the size and demographics of the client population; levels at which financial assistance and social services are requested and granted; time frames for the provision of services; and data on case closings and re-openings.
The analysis in this brief utilized New York City Police Department data from calendar years 2017 to 2019 for domestic violence offenses: homicide, felony rape, felony assault, sex offenses, strangulation and stalking. For each offense, the NYPD provided sex and race/ethnic for each offense.