Report documenting the number of youth in contact with the department's runaway and homeless youth services or ACS who are referred as, self-report as, or who the department or ACS later determine to be sexually exploited children, and reporting on services provided and reporting on ACS' methods for collecting the data for privacy purposes. With Children's Services, Administration for (ACS)
This report is submitted annually by the Department of Youth & Community Development, as required by Local Law 4 of 2019 of the City of New York. The report describes resources and services relating to immigration and benefits offered through runaway and homeless youth services.
DYCD funded Drop In Center, Crisis Shelters and TIL Support Program providers are required to report each young person who is unable to access an RHY bed on the date that they sought services. This report reflects such reports by RHY providers in the July-December 2021 period .
This report reports on the on direct referral process DYCD has with DHS to allow youth from DYCD-funded residential programs to easily transition to the adult shelter system. The practice began in 2017 and was later codified in Local Law 81 of 2018.
Report describing the current population of runaway and homeless youth, its service needs, a description of members of the population who exited temporary shelters, average length of stay, and a description of public resources available, for the fiscal year that just completed on June 30.
This is a report submitted to Local Law 41 of 2016 by ACS and DYCD concerning the number of youth in contact Runaway and Homeless Youth in contact with DYCD or its contracted providers and youth in contact with ACS who are sexually exploited. (See law for details.)
This is the annual report required of the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth, a NYC Charter mandated entity created in 1989 to promote interagency collaboration on issues relevant to young people and to support youth an families by utilizing the City of New York's many government resources.
A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph 19 (annual plan) of Section 815(a), including details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information.
Report including (i) the number of veterans utilizing such center; (ii) a summary of the services offered by such center; (iii) a description of the services and information most frequently requested by veterans utilizing such center; (iv) the number of full-time and part-time staff persons working at such center; and (v) the number of complaints received by and against such center from veterans regarding the services offered by such center, including feedback received by the 311 customer service center and a general description of the nature of such feedback. With Veteran's Advisory Board (VAB)
A report on the agency’s efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph nineteen (annual plan) of Section 815(a), including details of agency’s efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment.
Report on the agency's effort during the previous
quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph 19 (annual
plan) of Section 815(a), including details of agency's effort to implement
equal employment practices.
Department of Veterans Services Q4 FY21 DEEO Quarterly Report and DEEO Training Summary reports. Report reflects all legal mandates and the provisions of the various Executive Orders and laws prohibiting employment discrimination in New York City, and on the progress in implementing the Plan.
As per Local Law 215/2018, New York City Administrative Code, Title 31, Section 106(f), the New York City Department of Veterans' Services is required to submit a report in machine-readable format regarding the operation of the Veteran Resource Centers (VRCs) on a bi-annual basis.
Summary of NYC Veteran Advisory Board key activities for 2021 and policy recommendations for the Mayor and New York City Council impacting veterans in NYC. Includes copies of the minutes of advisory board meetings held during 2021.
A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph 19 (annual plan) of Section 815(a), including details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment, including provisional, seasonal, per-diem and part-time employees, new hiring and promotions in a manner which facilitates understanding of an agency's efforts to provide fair and effective equal opportunity employment for minority group members, women and members of other groups who are employed by, or who seek employment with, city agencies.
Report on the implementation of safety enhancements within 1/2 of a mile of at least 50 schools, pursuant to Ad Code 19-199 enacted by LL 241 of 2017.Report is a sampling of street redesign projects installed within 1/4 mile of 100 schools around the city, a tighter radius than required by law.
Per LL 5/2020, each city agency receiving parking permits from NYC DOT must develop a plan for their use, including criteria for distribution, assessment of the appropriate number of permits for that agency, and proposed steps to curb unnecessary permit issuance.
Five-year transportation master plan to improve the safety, accessibility, and quality of the city’s streets for all New Yorkers. The plan was developed in response to Local Law 195 enacted in December 2019.
Total number of bicycle crashes reported to city agencies pursuant to LL 13 of 2011. Starting in 2021, this report now includes as a separate "Other Motorized" category which covers crashes involveing e-scooters and larger e-bikes without pedals, sometimes called e-mopeds.
Overview of the implementation of both the DOT and MTA ABLE enforcement programs, including the outreach and education conducted, and discusses the violation results of the overall program. This report reviews the bus lane camera program through 2021.