Pursuant to Local Law 21 of 2019, codified by section 9-156 of the NYC Administrative Code, the Department is required to report on allegations of sexual abuse and sexual harassment for cases that lasted longer than 90 days within the preceding six month period, (01/01/2019 – 06/30/2019).
Per Local Law 33 of 2016, the Department is required to submit 20 days after the end of each month a report on security indicators for the prior month. Security indicators consist of the number of fight infractions, assaults on staff, assaults on inmates, and uses of force.
Per Local Law 84 of 2015, the Department is required to post a report every 60 days on the Department website setting forth the number of incarcerated individuals who have been found guilty of violating departmental rules but have yet to be placed in punitive segregation.
The Department provides the Board with a monthly, public report on the operation of Secure Units and Young Adult ESH Units. Data includes, but is not limited to, number of individuals in each phase, information regarding placements and placement criteria, movement between phases, length of stay wit
Sixty days after the end of the quarter beginning April 1, 2019, and no later than the sixtieth
day after the end of each subsequent quarter, the department shall post on its website a report
containing information pertaining to emergency lock-ins that occurred during the preceding
The Department provides a monthly audit of its compliance with BOC Minimum Standards related to lock-in, access to courts and legal services including Law Library, recreation, programming and participation rates, and education services utilization rates as applied to individuals in secure units.
A monthly audit report on DOC's compliance with BOC Minimum Standards related to lock-in, access to courts and legal services including Law Library, recreation, access to programming and participation rates, and education services utilization rates as applied to young adult individuals in ESH.
The Board of Correction (BOC) requires the Department of Correction (DOC) to report on the incarcerated individuals which reside in the Enhanced Supervision Housing. ESH separates violent young adult inmates from the general population, while at the same time offering educational opportunities