This report presents findings from an analysis of primary program data collected by WE NYC, which includes self-reported data from more than 14,000 program participants and covered the period from January 2016 through June 2020.
DSNY's Identifying Information Law Report, in accordance with Local Laws 245 and 247 of 2017. Details what information DSNY keeps about the general public and about internal personnel, and how that information is used.
This report is a collaboration of the Commission, The Fine Arts Federation of New York, and the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter. It shares best practices and highlights the groundbreaking strategies fueling the progress of designing affordable housing, and contains guidelines.
Following court cases Floyd v. City of New York, Ligon v. City of New York, and Davis v. City of New York, a Federal Monitor was appointed to oversee court-ordered reforms. The Federal Monitor periodically filed public reports that detail the Department's compliance with these reforms.
The New York City Police Department creates documents that provide a critical and comprehensive look into the department's administration, structure, and policies, and makes them available to the public. This publication describes the NYPD's Neighborhood Policing paradigm.
The New York City Police Department creates documents that provide a critical and comprehensive look into the department's administration, structure, and policies, and makes them available to the public. This publication describes the NYPD's efforts to improve its response to victims of crime.
LL29 of 2000 requires some agencies to offer voter registration in their work with the public. Mayoral Directive One of 2014 strengthened LL29, and put a structure in place to monitor efforts, and LLs 61 and 63 of 2014 increased the number of agencies required to offer voter registration.
The 2021 Disparity Report analyzes city-wide trends in racial disparities for youth and young adults in New York City across 28 indicators. The report finds that while disparities persist in four sectors (education, economic security, health and justice), outcomes have improved significantly.
Pursuant to New York City Charter § 1133(a), enclosed please find a copy of the Law Department's Agency Report submitted to the Mayor, Speaker of the Council, Chief Privacy Officer, and Identifying Information Protection Committee as required by Local Law 245.
The Park Terrace West - West 271th Street Historic District is a significant enclave of residential architecture with a special character unusual in Manhattan, consisting of freestanding and semi-detached Tudor Revival and Colonial Revival Style houses designed between 1920 and 1935.