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
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
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 1. The number of opioid antagonists the department has available, disaggregated by borough and division; 2. The number of emergency medical technicians and other first responders employed by the department that are trained to administer opioid antagonists, disaggregated by borough and division; 3. The number of instances in the quarter that an emergency medical technician or other first responder employed by the department administered an opioid antagonist to a patient, disaggregated by borough, division, and by method of administration, such as syringe injection or nasal atomizer; and 4. The number, expressed in both absolute terms and as a percentage of all administrations, of instances in which the patient responded to the administration of an opioid antagonist.
Report including 1. The number of opioid antagonists the department has available for use in reversing the effects of a heroin or opioid overdose, disaggregated by patrol borough; 2. The number of officers trained in the department to administer opioid antagonists to overdose victims, disaggregated by patrol borough; and 3. The number of times in the quarter that an officer administered an opioid antagonists to an overdose victim, disaggregated by patrol borough and by the way in which the opioid antagonist was administered to such overdose victim, such as by syringe injection or nasal atomizer. Such number shall be expressed in both absolute terms and as a percentage of all administrations.
Annual Progress Report on the City's Long-Term Planning and Sustainability Efforts, PlaNYC/OneNYC. The report shall include, at a minimum the city's progress made to implement or undertake policies, programs and actions included in the sustainability plan or updated sustainability plan. It will also include any revisions to policies, programs or actions in the previous long-term sustainability plan, including the reason for such revision.
Report on data for the previous month, including the number of complaints of illegal parking of vehicles operated on behalf of the city in locations including 1. parking in "no standing" area; 2. parking in "no stopping" area; 3. parking on sidewalk; 4. parking in crosswalk; 5. parking in front of fire hydrant; 6. parking at bus stop; 7. parking in bus lane; 8. parking in bicycle lane; 9. parking as to obstruct a driveway; and 10. double parking.
Report analyzing the social, economic and environmental health of the city, including any disparities among populations including gender, racial groups, income groups and, sexual orientation, where relevant data is available, and proposing strategies for addressing the issues raised in such analysis.
Prior to April 8 in each year the council shall conduct public hearings on the preliminary management report and on the proposed program and performance goals and measures of city agencies contained in such report. The council shall submit to the mayor and make public not later than April 8 a report or reports on findings and recommendations.
Report on student attendance for periods of time during which remote learning was used by the department for the month occurring 2 months prior to the month of the report, including the attendance rate of students who participated in (i) full-time remote learning instruction and (ii) blended learning
Report on the education and outreach conducted as required by section 28-103.32 including a description of how such outreach was conducted and the number of business owners reached through the outreach; 2. The number of complaints related to sections 403.2.1 and 403.4 of the New York city plumbing code reported to 311, disaggregated by online complaints and phone complaints; 3. The number of violations issued as a result of such complaints; 4. The total amount of penalties imposed as a result of such violations for the immediately preceding year; and 5. Whether subsequent inspections were conducted by the department to ensure future compliance with such sections of the New York city plumbing code (with the Human Rights, City Commission on (CCHR))
A report indicating whether a smoke detector or alarm was found at the location of any fire in which there was a civilian fire fatality during the preceding calendar year. If a smoke detector or alarm was found, such report shall indicate the technology used by such smoke detector or alarm and whether such smoke detector or alarm was operational, provided that such information can be ascertained. Such report may also include any other information relevant in determining the role of smoke detectors or alarms in any civilian fire fatality.
Annual summary report on findings from all investigations, reviews, studies, audits and other activities of the DOC, including (a) a description of all significant findings from the investigations, reviews, studies, and audits conducted in the preceding year; (b) a description of the recommendations for corrective action made in the preceding year; (c) an identification of each recommendation described in previous annual reports on which corrective action has not been implemented or completed; and (d) the number of open investigations, reviews, studies, or audits that have been open, as of the close of the preceding calendar year, for a time period of (1) six months up to and including one year, (2) more than one year up to and including two years, (3) more than two years up to and including three years, and (4) more than three years
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, 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 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)
Information on the number of inmates released by the department into the community, the number of eligible inmates released into the community, the number of MH eligible inmates released into the community who were eligible during the report period and how many of these inmates returned into custody within one year of being released.
Report on the department's expenditures on recruiting candidates for the open-competitive firefighter civil service examination and promotion to firefighter civil service examination; 2. A list of the recruiting events in which the department has participated for the open-competitive firefighter civil service examination; and 3. A list of the preparatory materials for firefighter applicants the department has prepared to help candidates for the open-competitive firefighter civil service examination and promotion to firefighter civil service examination
Report on audit, including the total number of audits conducted; 2. The percentage of certifications of correction audited; 3. The percentage of audited certifications of correction found to have been false; 4. For audited certifications of correction found to have been false, the total amount of civil penalties collected and, if applicable, the number of additional sanctions imposed, disaggregated by type; and 5. For buildings where an audited certification of correction is found to have been false in the reporting period, whether a certification of correction filed for such building has been audited by the department of buildings or the department of housing preservation and development in the previous five years, and whether such audit or audits resulted in a finding or findings of false certification
Summary of programs providing structured services to clients, including (i) the amount of funding received; (ii) the number of individuals served; (iii) a brief description of the services provided, including a program's length, requirements, and target populations, where applicable; and (iv) recidivism and compliance rates, if applicable, provided that such summary may calculate recidivism without using data for participants who only participated in such programming for a minimal period of time, where such period of time is identified in such summary.
Report specifying, by agency and by title, including temporary titles: the number of provisional employees at the end of the second month of the quarter; the length of time such provisional employees have served in their positions; and the actions taken by the city to reduce the number of such provisional employees and the length of their service in such positions