CCPC collects and retains various documents from the NYPD that contain identifying information. These documents are reviewed and analyzed in order for us to make recommendations and findings regarding the NYPD's anti-corruption systems.
Report for the preceding school year regarding efforts to prevent or address sex- and gender-based discrimination and harassment, including discrimination and harassment prohibited by section 1681 of title 20 of the United States code, or title ix of the education amendments of 1972
Statistical report on number of service request calls made through 311, distributed by category and agency, disaggregated by service category, status and time for resolution. Monthly service requests are available for viewing and downloading at the nyc.gov 311 Reporting webpage under the Service Requests tab.
Traffic-related data: (1) the number of moving violation summonses issued, disaggregated by type of summons; (2) the number of traffic crashes, disaggregated by (i) the type of vehicle or vehicles involved and (ii) the number of motorists and/or injured passengers, bicyclists and pedestrians involved; and (3) the number of traffic-related fatalities and injuries disaggregated by (i) the number of motorists and/or injured passengers, bicyclists and pedestrians involved; and (ii) the apparent human contributing factor or factors involved in the crash, including, but not limited to alcohol, driver inattention/distraction, speeding, failure to yield and use of cell phones or other mobile devices
Report detailing the total number of criminal complaints and arrests, categorized by class of crime, for violent felony offenses as defined in section 70.02 of the penal law, assault and related offenses as defined in article one hundred twenty of the penal law, sex offenses as defined in article one hundred thirty of the penal law, disorderly conduct as defined in section 240.20 of the penal law, harassment as defined in section 240.25 and 240.26 of the penal law, aggravated harassment as defined in section 240.30 and 240.31 of the penal law, and offenses against public sensibilities as defined in article two hundred forty-five of the penal law, where the conduct occurs on subway lines and bus routes operated by the New York city transit authority or the Staten Island rapid transit operating authority, specifying where such criminal conduct has occurred by police precinct, including specific subway line, subway transit division, and bus route operated by the New York city transit authority or the Staten Island rapid transit operating authority.
Report including (i) the number of complaints received disaggregated by building; (ii) the average time taken to respond to complaints; (iii) the number of monitored occupied multiple dwellings with valid permits for alteration or addition as described in section 28-103.26.2; (iv) the number of initial and periodic inspections conducted disaggregated by building; and (v) the number and type of violations issued disaggregated by building
Report on a. the number of clients interviewed; b. the number of clients diverted, how and to where diverted; and c. the number of clients who presented themselves as homeless during the reporting period subsequent to a diversion and the number of days since such initial diversion, aggregated on a quarterly and fiscal year annualized basis
Such report shall identify neighborhoods and populations most impacted by historical incarceration rates, analyze or assess ways in which reinvestment can reduce incarceration rates and identify opportunities for reinvestment in such communities that shall include, but not be limited to, the following: 1. Investments address the root causes of crime and preventing crime, such as housing, public health and social programs; 2. Practices, policies and community investments that avoid contact with the criminal justice system for persons in mental health crisis, struggling with substance use disorder, homelessness and extreme poverty or other situations in which a traditional law enforcement response may be unwarranted or ineffective; and 3. Proposals for legislation, reviews of prosecutorial practices and police procedures that impact any such issues.
Report including information on the number of summonses the department issued in the last 6 months in connection with the improper use of city-issued parking permits, disaggregated by the section of the New York city traffic rules that was violated
Providing fire service response time, number of incidents, and classifications, emergency medical services incidents and response time, number of ambulance runs. The Ariel Russo Emergency 9-1-1 Response Time Report
Five-year plan for providing free and low-cost civil legal services to those low-income city residents who need such services, identify obstacles to making such services available to all those who need them and describe what additional resources would be necessary to do so
Report on capital improvements of base building systems completed pursuant to Charter Section 224.2 in the just-concluded fiscal year, including a. The latest energy efficiency reports (including energy audit and retro commissioning) submitted pursuant to Article 308 of Chapter 3 of Title 28 of the administrative code for each building covered by the applicable report of DCAS. b. An analysis of the most commonly recommended capital improvements of base building systems recommended in the energy audits of such buildings. c. An analysis of the accuracy of such energy audits in predicting costs of the recommended capital improvements. d. An analysis after 1 year of operation of the accuracy with which such audits predicted the actual saving achieved by the capital improvements. e. Recommendations as to appropriate legislative or administrative actions or a statement as to why no legislative or administrative actions are needed. Due 6 months after the close of each FY.