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 officers on its website.
NYC BY THE NUMBERS: Based on recommendations from the city’s Board of Correction, the de Blasio Administration is considering the release of some people now held in the city’s jails. How many people in custody might be released?
NYC BY THE NUMBERS: Following an investigation into health care in the city’s jails, in 2015 Mayor de Blasio shifted responsibility for providing health care in the jails from private firms to the city’s public hospital system. Despite a shrinking jail population, the cost of care has increased.
Under the city’s borough-based jails plan, Rikers Island will be replaced by jails in 4 of the 5 boroughs. The plan aims to create smaller & safer jails that allow people in custody to be closer to the courts where their cases are heard and their communities. IBO examines how these 2 goals overlap
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 produce monthly reports with data spanning from numerical totals since body scanners were implemented and cumulatively by each reporting month. Metrics include,type of contraband recovered, and the mean, median, minimum, and maximum length of stay in Separation Status..
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.