Report provides the number of runaway and homeless youth who contacted or presented themselves to a runaway and homeless youth services program to request shelter and were not able to access shelter services during the six month period ending on June 30.
The Identifying Information Law requires each agency to submit a report regarding, among other items, the collection, retention, and disclosure of identifying information by such agency and their "human services" contractors or subcontractors, by no later than July 31, 2018, and every two years
Pursuant to Admin. Code Sect. 14-166, the report summarizes nuisance abatement actions that have been filed and settled over a 6 month period and is broken down by type of nuisance and provides a break down of the number of nuisance actions filed by precinct and the number of 911 and 311 complaints.
DYCD in partnership with DHS launched a direct referral process to allow youth from DYCD-funded residential programs to more easily transition to the adult shelter system. Such practice was codified in Local Law 81 of 2018.
Document explaining why the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs does not submit a report on agency policies on Identifying Information as required by the New York City Administrative Code Title 23, Section 1205.