This report presents a review of current data related to school safety in New York City, and from that data draws a series of holistic recommendations on how to make City schools healthier and more secure.
The Department of Records and Information Services has developed its Language Access Plan to guide the agency in serving patrons who have limited English language proficiency. This plan will ensure that all patrons and prospective patrons will have access to the department’s resources.
Describes goals to guarantee that all eligible persons receive appropriate benefits without undue delay or difficulty based on language. Intake and placement should take no longer for LEP clients than it does for English proficient clients.
Plan to improve access to city services for limited English proficiency individuals and ensures that language will not be an obstacle to receiving services. The goal of this plan is to ensure that all eligible applicants and recipients receive the appropriate benefits without undue delay/difficulty.
The Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), in partnership with our foster care provider agencies, conducted the second annual Foster Care Youth Experience Survey in accordance with Local law 146 of 2016.
Policy statement reinforcing the Department of Buildings commitment to creating a diverse workforce and welcoming and professional environment for employees and customers, in compliance with the New York City's Equal Employment Opportunity policy and applicable federal, state, and local laws.
The New York City Department for the Aging Language Access Plan complies with Local Law 73 and Executive Order No. 120 of July 2008, titled Citywide Policy on Language Access to Ensure the Effective Delivery of City Services. DFTA has had a Language Access policy and plan since fiscal 2009. This upd
The Diversity & EEO Plan, mandated by the New York City Charter, communicates the agency’s intention to promote EEO and diversity and inclusion by continuing effective measures or implementing new strategies and programs that prevent, diminish, or eliminate barriers to equal opportunity employment.
According to Local Law 97, DFTA must survey caregivers again in two years and every five years thereafter. As such, the ideas in this document are intended to be practical enough to be implemented, but fluid enough to meet the evolving needs and demographics of unpaid caregivers in New York City.