The Annual Report of the New York City Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee, 2013, is the eiighth annual report of the Fatality Review Committee (FRC) which was established through Local Law 61, in June 2005. The FRC reviewed aggregate data obtained from the NYPD regarding family-related homicides that occured between 2002 and 2012.
This report reflects the past year's work of the City agencies belonging to the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth. These work groups address the needs of young people and establish programs and services to help serve the youth.
This implementation plan update presents the steps that the Administration for Children's Services has initiated during calendar year 2005 to ensure compliance with Local Law 73 of 2003. The update also provides data on the number of limited English proficient persons served by Children's Services during 2005.
This is a charter-mandated annual report for the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth. Discussed in this report are the various areas of focus in terms of educating youth and providing valuable services.
The ICC annual report summarizes the Council's activities during the past fiscal year and showcases the important work of members who work collaboratively to address the myriad of issues facing young people. The ICC Annual Report for 2009, highlights include: 'A Parent's Guide - Understanding the Maze: If Your Child Has Contact with the Law' and 'the Youth Behavioral Challenges Subcommittee Report.'
This report represents the first annual publication on the placement experience of children entering foster care. As ACS moves toward a more closely integrated, neighborhood-based service system, this information is critical to track our progress in meeting children's needs with non-discriminatory practice and neighborhood-based services.
FY2014 Fiscal Manual created by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development's Contract Agency Finance Department (CAFD). The Contract Agency Finance Department is responsible
for monitoring the fiscal compliance of DYCD's human services contracts. Depending upon the funding stream, there are different regulations which govern the administration and expenditure of program funds.
To provide guidance to organizations, DYCD has developed the General, Workforce Investment Act and Fiscal Agent Manuals.
This is a report on DYCD's highlights, accomplishments, and events of their programs. Some of their programs include the Beacon Community Centers, Out-of-School Time, Young Adult Internship Program, Teen ACTION, and SYEP.