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Row Number Agency Name Description Frequency Authorizing Resource (Local Law) Authorizing Resource (Charter and Code) Last Published Date See All Reports
81 Chief Medical Examiner, NYC Office of (OCME) Language Access Implementation Plan/Local Law 30 of 2017 Report Every 3 Years LL30/2017 New York City Administrative Code Title 23 Section 1102(d) Search
82 Chief Medical Examiner, NYC Office of (OCME) Quarterly Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Plan Implementation A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph nineteen (annual plan) of Section 815(a),including details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment, including provisional, seasonal, per-diem and part-time employees, new hiring and promotions in a manner which facilitates understanding of an agency's efforts to provide fair and effective equal opportunity employment for minority group members, women and members of other groups who are employed by, or who seek employment with, city agencies. (Required report from Jan 2020 - July 2020) Every 3 Months LL 102/1977, LL 59/1996, LL 12/2019 New York City Charter Chapter 35, Section 815(i) 2020-06-16 Search
83 Chief Medical Examiner, NYC Office of (OCME) Quarterly Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Plan Implementation A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph nineteen (annual plan) of Section 815(a),including details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment, including provisional, seasonal, per-diem and part-time employees, new hiring and promotions in a manner which facilitates understanding of an agency's efforts to provide fair and effective equal opportunity employment for minority group members, women and members of other groups who are employed by, or who seek employment with, city agencies. Every 3 Months LL 102/1977, LL 59/1996, LL 12/2019 New York City Charter Chapter 35, Section 815(i) Search
84 Chief Medical Examiner, NYC Office of (OCME) Report on Agency Policies on Identifying Information Report regarding the collection, retention, and disclosure of identifying information by such agency and any contractors or subcontractors utilized by such agency Every 2 Years LL 245/2017 New York City Administrative Code Title 23, Section 1205 2020-04-01 Search
85 Chief Medical Examiner, NYC Office of (OCME) Report on Open Data Compliance Report on which public data set or sets that it is unable to make available, the reasons why it cannot do so and the date by which the agency expects that such public data set or sets will be available on the single web portal LL 11/2012 New York City Administrative Code Title 23, Section 502(a) Search
86 Chief Medical Examiner, NYC Office of (OCME) Root Cause Analysis Committee Report LL 85/2013 Search
87 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Accountability Review Panel/Annual Child Fatality Review Report Report including (i) the number of fatalities of children known to ACS for the previous year; (ii) the cause of death in such fatalities; (iii) the age, gender, race and ethnicity of children with fatalities for the previous year; (iv) any relevant trends identified and systemic recommendations, including opportunities for inter-agency collaboration; and (v) a summary of any case practice findings and agency policy changes made in response to child fatalities in the previous 12 months. (Reports up to Jul 2020) Every 1 Year LL 19/2018 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 915 Search
88 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Annual Detention Incident Reports/Close-to-Home Annual Incidents including use of restraint, injuries, fights, and child abuse, disaggregated by secure and non-secure detention facilities and non-secure and limited secure placement facilities. Due sixty days after the end of each fiscal year. Every 1 Year LL 14/2010, LL 44/2013 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 906(a) and (b) 2020-09-30 Search
89 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Annual Report of the Task Force on Disconnected Youth Report providing guidance on the following topics: 1. An assessment of the obstacles that prevent disconnected youth from pursuing educational opportunities or entering the workforce, including but not limited to, issues related to housing, childcare, health care and substance abuse, criminal justice, transportation, wages, and language and cultural barriers. 2. An analysis and discussion on how to address any such obstacles; 3. Recommendations for how to better inform the public on the availability of services for disconnected youth; 4. A review of the quality, and the type of programs that serve disconnected youth, including whether they adequately address the education and skills disconnected youth need to attain and retain work; 5. The costs related to implementing programs for disconnected youth; 6. Recommendations regarding how to improve existing programs serving disconnected youth; 7. Recommendations regarding how to improve data collection for disconnected youth programs and make the data publicly available; 8. Recommendations on effective follow-up services such as mentoring, work related peer support groups, further education or training, career pathway development, support for maintaining a job, and recommendations regarding the length of time such services should be offered to any disconnected or formerly disconnected youth; 9. An analysis of the education levels and skills sought by employers; 10. Identifying the most effective ways that disconnected youth programs can meet employer needs; 11. Recommendations on the creation of partnerships between programs for disconnected youth and employers that can serve as a job pipeline for participants; 12. Identifying high growth industries that generate living wage jobs for youth; and 13. Identifying ways to foster and strengthen partnerships between public and private providers that serve disconnected youth. (Completed) Every 2 Years LL 62/2017 Search
90 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Annual Report on Child Fatality Aggregate Review and Findings Report including, but not limited to, the number of child fatality cases which occurred in the city of New York during the previous year; statistics regarding the causes of child fatalities; specific non-identifying data with respect to the victims of child fatalities, such as gender, age and race, and, if available, religion and ethnicity; statistics regarding the location of child fatalities, disaggregated by borough; and recommendations regarding ways to decrease the future incidence of child fatalities in the city of New York Every 1 Year LL 19/2018 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 915 2020-07-22 Search
91 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Annual Report on Preventive Services Surveys Report on aggregated data from annual surveys and any steps ACS had taken in response. Every 1 Year LL 17/2018 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 914(d) Search
92 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Annual Reports Annual reports compiling all information in quarterly reports published on website Every 1 Year LL 20/2006 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 903 2020-09-30 Search
93 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Annual Reports Regarding Youth Aging Out of Foster Care Annual report on youth in foster care, including discharge outcomes of foster care youth, youth currently in foster care, youth who left foster care who were discharged to another planned permanent living arrangement (APPLA) Every 1 Year L 145/2016, LL 46/2014 New York Administrative Code Title 21, Section 902.1 2020-06-16 Search
94 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Child Welfare Parent Advocate Advisory Committee Annual Report Recommendations regarding the improvement of services provided by the city and non-government related service delivery systems with respect to foster care services, preventive services and any other aspects of the child welfare system such committee deems relevant. With Child Welfare Parent Advocate Advisory Committee Every 1 Year LL 116/2005 New York City Administrative Code, Title 21, Section 131(b)(7) Search
95 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Demographic Data on Population Placements and Transfers Total number of admissions and transfers, secure and non-secure facilities, limited secure facilities. See law for full description. Due 60 days after the end of each fiscal year. Every 1 Year LL 44/2013 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 905(1) and (2) 2020-09-30 Search
96 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Educational Continuity of Children in Foster Care Report Report on changes of school upon foster care placement and transfer from one foster home to another Every 1 Year LL 142/2016 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 907 Search
97 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Foster Care Experience Surveys A report aggregating data from the foster care experience surveys Every 1 Year LL 146/2016 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 910 2020-05-19 Search
98 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Foster Care Strategic Blueprint/Five Year Plan to Address Barriers to Permanency for Youth in Foster Care and Annual Update Plan including 1. A case study of a statistically significant sample of children who have spent at least two years in foster care, but no less than 5% of the total foster care population, including but not limited to the following aggregated information: (a) Age, gender, race/ethnicity, and, if available, sexual orientation; (b) Permanency plan, including reunification, adoption, KinGAP, APPLA, or other. (c) The number of months in care; and (d) Barriers to permanency, including but not limited to parental homelessness, parental relapse, parental childcare needs, education issues, family court delays, lack of permanency resources, juvenile incarceration, college enrollment, and any other barrier as determined by ACS. 2. An analysis of how ACS plans to address the systemic barriers to permanency identified during the case study required pursuant to paragraph 1. Every 1 Year LL 143/2016 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 909(b) and (c) Search
99 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Government-issued personal identification report Number of youth in foster care with government-issued identification such as birth certificates, social security cards and efforts made by ACS to obtain these for youths in foster care Every 1 Year LL 48/2014, amended by LL141/2016 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 907 2020-06-16 Search
100 Children's Services, Administration for (ACS) Graduation Rates of Foster Care Youth Annual report of high school graduation rates of youth in foster care Every 1 Year LL 49/2014, LL 147/2016 New York City Administrative Code Title 21, Section 907 2020-02-03 Search