Intimate partner elder abuse affects the health and safety of many New Yorkers and their families.
Public awareness of the issue and a coordinated multidisciplinary response are required as the
New York City elder population continues to increase.
Pursuant to Local Law 143 of 2016, a report incorporating the March 2018 recommendations of the Interagency Foster Care Task Force in its initial report, to improve services and outcomes for youth in and aging out of foster care.
LL 17 of 2018 requires ACS to survey families receiving prevention services regarding experiences with the ACS-contracted prevention services providers from whom they received services in the preceding calendar year, and to share the findings. This report outlines the survey implementation plan.
The Department of Correction (DOC) is on the Comptroller’s Agency Watch List for the second consecutive
year. First announced in 2018, the Agency Watch List spotlights city agencies that raise the most budgetary
concerns due to rapidly increased spending and meager measurable results.
This policy brief, by New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer, provides support for legislation that would mandate for the first time that landlords include a clear and concise “Tenant Bill of Rights” in every lease packet.
This Report, which is prepared by the Comptroller’s Office and reviewed by the Proxy Committee of each system, serves as the annual Proxy Committee Postseason Report (“Postseason Report”) to each system’s Board of Trustees
This Brief describes NYC Opportunity’s method for estimating the immigration status of noncitizens and presents key economic indicators by immigration status. The results are presented followed by policy implications and future research.
This report fulfills the requirements of Local Law 60 of 2018 which mandates that the Mayor’s Office of Operations to study the feasibility of using administrative data to identify New Yorkers who may be eligible for particular benefits and inform those New Yorkers of their potential eligibility.
Local Law 75 of 2018 (“LL75”), instructs the Mayor’s Office to produce a study on client information management systems used by City health and human services (HHS) agencies and assess the present landscape of information sharing and interoperability among those systems.
The analysis in this brief utilized New York City Police Department data from calendar years 2017 to 2019 for domestic violence offenses: homicide, felony rape, felony assault, sex offenses, strangulation and stalking. For each offense, the NYPD provided sex and race/ethnic for each offense.