The New York City Department of Investigation (DOI) is submitting this report pursuant
to Section 12-113 of the New York City Administrative Code, the City’s “Whistleblower
Protection Law.” Section 4, Subdivision (i) of the law provides that, “[n]ot later than October 31 of each year.
This report presents data on the underutilization of Asians, Blacks, Hispanics, and females in New York City’s municipal workforce in 2022. Findings and recommendations have also been included in the report.
Pursuant to Admin Code Sect. 14-158(c), this report contains information on 1) use of force and excessive use of force incidents, disaggregated by category, precinct/unit, and on/off duty status 2) injuries to officers/civilians, disaggregated by type of injury, precinct/unit, and on/off duty status
Published pursuant to Local Law 187, this report outlines progress towards the plan of the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for improving access to doula services and provides an overview of the landscape of doula care in NYC, including challenges facing the doula workforce.
This PDF file contains the Council's respective responses which seek to increase accountability in the budget process with simultaneous emphasis
on the importance of investing in local communities and the local economy in order to secure a strong, fair and equitable recovery for New York City.
Established by Local Law 151 of 2017, the Task Force on Construction in Occupied Multiple Dwellings (The Task Force) addresses issues stemming from construction across different City agency jurisdictions. The Task Force is charged with evaluating the practices of each agency and issuing an annual re
Report including its findings on evaluation of the current practices of the individual agencies represented in the task force with regards to issues tenants face during construction or renovation of residential buildings, and recommendations for improving interagency coordination and sharing of info
This summary communicates the results of the City’s third annual process for reporting on algorithmic tools. Pursuant to Mayoral Executive Order 3 of 2022 (“EO 3”), the City’s Office of Technology & Innovation (“OTI”) manages this process, providing guidance to agencies.
Sexual Abuse Report – Pursuant to Local Law 33 of 2016, the Department is required to post by every July 1st on its website a report on Sexual Abuse Allegations for the previous calendar year. This report contains allegations of sexual abuse of an incarcerated individual by another.
Pursuant to Local Law 1 of 2004, this report to the New York City Council summarizes the City’s progress toward reducing elevated blood lead levels among children and increasing blood lead testing in NYC.