Information relating to the use of punitive segregation, restricted housing and clinical alternative to punitive segregation housing in city jails for the previous quarter. With Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of (DOHMH)
Report on agency services to veterans
Report on the total number of Mitchell-Lama housing applications received from veterans or their surviving spouses who have identified themselves as the head of household on such applications; (2) the total number of Mitchell-Lama housing applications approved by the department of housing preservation and development for veterans or their surviving spouses who have identified themselves as the head of household on such application; (3) the total number of fee-exempt mobile food vending licenses and food vending permits issued by the department of health and mental hygiene to veterans, (4) the number of general vending licenses issued by the department of consumer affairs to veterans; (5) the total number of veterans who submitted an application to the department of consumer affairs for a general vending license; (6) the total number of veterans residing in the city who utilized a HUD-VASH voucher; and (7) the total number of civil service examination applications received by the department of citywide administrative services for which the applicant claimed a veterans credit as provided for in section 85 of the civil service law.
A report of alleged incidents of sexual abuse, sexual harassment and interventions against visitors by staff that occurred during the preceding six month period for which an investigation lasted longer than 90 days, with required information for each allegation of sexual abuse, sexual harassment and intervention.
Report including 1. All school-level budget allocations for each school; and 2. The calculated fair student funding formula for each school, and the percentage of such calculated fair student funding formula result that each school is actually allocated
Report on the most recent fiscal year data available regarding commonly used contraceptive methods. Such data shall be collected no less than annually for adults, and no less than biennially for high school students
Report on the most recent fiscal year data available on vaccination rates for New York city residents for the human papillomavirus, disaggregated by the gender of the recipient, and by age group, series initiation, and series completion
Report on performance indicators reported to the department by any entity providing such services; a description of the methodology used in measuring such performance; the metrics utilized to determine whether such performance measures meet targets established by the department and any entity providing such services; The Five-Year Plan shall be reviewed and updated by the commissioner each year, and the updated version thereof shall be submitted to the speaker of the city council not later than October first of each year. In the fifth year covered by each such Five-Year Plan, the commissioner shall submit a Five-Year Plan to Relieve Homelessness for the next succeeding five-year period not later than six months prior to the last day of such fifth year to the speaker of the city council.
Information on inquiries received by the commission from the public, complaints filed with the commission, information and outreach efforts. For the annual report for 2024, report should include results of 2 year survey on age discrimination in the workplace.
The commissioner shall post a report every 60 days, on the department of correction website, setting forth the number of city jail inmates who have been found guilty of violating departmental rules but have yet to be placed in punitive segregation, restrictive housing or a clinical alternative to punitive segregation housing, or any successor to such housing units, disaggregated by inmates
with designations at the end of their book and case numbers, indicating that the inmates are known to mental health staff, and inmates without designations. Such report shall state the number of inmates awaiting placement in any such housing unit categorized by the length of time such inmates have been awaiting placement in the following categories: 1-5 days, 6-15 days, 16-30 days, 31-60 days, and 61 days or longer.
A report on the duties herein mentioned, including, but not limited to, the cost of savings effectuated by the department during the preceding fiscal year. This report shall further include an evaluation of compliance with the requirements of subdivision a of section 1133 of the charter
Report summarizing the currently effective concessions awarded, including the date each concession was submitted to the Comptroller for registration, a brief description of each concession awarded, the method by which each concession was awarded and the approximate gross revenues received by the City for each concession during the prior fiscal year.
Report containing an anonymized summary of certain disclosures of identifying information made by City agencies under exigent circumstances or in violation of Local Laws 245 and 247 of 2018. With the Identifying Information Protection Committee
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 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 number and nature of inquiries received by the department of finance and the 311 citizen service center regarding the rent increase exemption programs; (ii) the number, nature, and resolution of comments and complaints received by the ombudspersons designated pursuant to paragraph one of subdivision a of this section regarding the rent increase exemption programs; and (iii) any recommendations made by any such ombudsperson to the commissioner of finance regarding the administration of such rent increase exemption programs.
Report including a. For each housing development project that received city financial assistance in the preceding fiscal year, (i) the number of dwelling units offered for rent that are subject to a regulatory agreement requiring that occupancy of such units be restricted based on the income of the occupants, (ii) the number of such units set aside for homeless individuals and families and (iii) whether such housing development project is a supportive housing project; and b. For each housing preservation project that received city financial assistance in the preceding fiscal year, (i) the number of dwelling units offered for rent that are subject to a regulatory agreement requiring that occupancy of such units be restricted based on the income of the occupants, (ii) the number of such units set aside for homeless individuals and families and (iii) whether such housing preservation project is a supportive housing project.
Report on the New York City Climate Protection Act by reporting annual greenhouse gas inventories. Such reports shall include changes in citywide and city government emissions measured in carbon dioxide equivalent achieved for the previous calendar year, relative to such emissions for the base year for citywide emissions. It shall also include a description of the programs developed and implemented, a list of the entities participating in such programs of which the office is aware and a description of the education and outreach activities developed and implemented.
Data in the aggregate regarding the cultural institutions group to the extent such data is made available to the department, including at a minimum: a. total visitor attendance; b. number of free or reduced-price visits; c. total attendance by public school students through school-organized visits; d. total attendance by non-public school students through school-organized visits; e. number of partnerships with public schools; f. total number of free admission hours; g. number of programs, such as performances, exhibitions, and lectures, related to the cultural institution's mission or discipline and targeted to a general audience; and h. number of programs that are targeted to or designed to reach specific groups of people including, but not limited to, seniors or youth.
No later than September 17, 2008, and no later than every September 17 thereafter, the office shall submit to the mayor, the speaker of the council, the public advocate and the comptroller and post on its website a report regarding actions taken by the office pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, including changes in citywide emissions, changes in city government emissions, a description of the programs developed and implemented, and a description of the education and outreach activities developed and implemented.
No later than September 17, 2008, and no later than every September 17 thereafter, the office shall complete and post on its website an inventory and analysis of city government emissions measured in carbon dioxide equivalent, and other emissions analytical data.
Report to include a quantitative assessment, where susceptible to quantification, and a qualitative assessment of the progress made toward achieving each of the milestones identified in such plan and, where revised, an explanation 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.
The report required pursuant to this subdivision may be satisfied by including such information in the management report and preliminary management report made public and submitted to the council by the mayor pursuant to section twelve of the New York city charter
A report on waiting lists for Mitchell-Lama developments that have been digitized and are incorporated into the housing portal required by section 26-1802. Such report shall be disaggregated by each Mitchell-Lama development and include, but need not be limited to, the following: 1. The number of unique applicants on the waiting list on the last day of the prior calendar year; 2. The number of applicants on the waiting list: (a) Who were not selected for occupancy in such development within the prior calendar year; and (b) Whose position on the waiting list was sequentially prior to a person other than a veteran who was selected for occupancy in such development within the prior calendar year; 3. The number of substantiated complaints received within the prior calendar year regarding the waiting list for such development, including, but not limited to: (a) The selection for occupancy of an applicant whose position on the waiting list was sequentially later than applicants who were not selected for occupancy in such development from the same waiting list within the prior calendar year; and (b) The waiting list process; and 4. The number of applicants who were admitted under the preference for veterans for such development within the prior calendar year.
Report for the prior fiscal year identifying the top 35 priority areas including a map of each priority area and the total number of major felonies reported within each such priority area, disaggregated by the type of crime committed. Such report shall include a comparison of the number of major felonies reported in any priority area identified in the previous year's report prepared pursuant to this subdivision