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File #: Int 0029-2014    Version: * Name: NYPD make crime statistics at each housing development operated by the NYCHA available through its web site.
Type: Introduction Status: Filed (End of Session)
Committee: Committee on Public Safety
On agenda: 2/4/2014
Enactment date: Law number:
Title: A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to requiring the New York City Police Department to make crime statistics at each housing development operated by the New York City Housing Authority available through its web site, as well as to make other crime information at such housing developments available to the Council.
Sponsors: James Vacca, Ritchie J. Torres, Andrew Cohen, Peter A. Koo, Rory I. Lancman, Stephen T. Levin, Donovan J. Richards, Corey D. Johnson, Antonio Reynoso, Ydanis A. Rodriguez, The Public Advocate (Ms. James)
Council Member Sponsors: 11
Int. No. 29
 
By Council Members Vacca, Torres, Cohen, Koo, Lancman, Levin, Richards, Johnson, Reynoso, Rodriguez and the Public Advocate (Ms. James)
 
A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to requiring the New York City Police Department to make crime statistics at each housing development operated by the New York City Housing Authority available through its web site, as well as to make other crime information at such housing developments available to the Council.
 
 
Be it enacted by the Council as follows:
Section 1.   Paragraph four of subdivision a of section 14-150 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended to read as follows:
4.  A crime status report. Such report shall include the total number of crime complaints (categorized by class of crime, indicating whether the crime is a misdemeanor or felony) for each patrol precinct, including a subset of housing bureau and transit bureau complaints within each precinct as well as a subset of complaints for each housing development operated by the new york city housing authority; arrests (categorized by class of crime, indicating whether the arrest is for a misdemeanor or felony) for each patrol precinct, housing police service area, transit district, street crime unit and narcotics division; summons activity (categorized by type of summons, indicating whether the summons is a parking violation, moving violation, environmental control board notice of violation, or criminal court summons) for each patrol precinct, housing police service area and transit district; domestic violence radio runs for each patrol precinct; average response time for critical and serious crimes in progress for each patrol precinct; overtime statistics for each patrol borough and operational bureau performing an enforcement function within the police department, including, but not limited to, each patrol precinct, housing police service area, transit district and patrol borough street crime unit, as well as the narcotics division, fugitive enforcement division and the special operations division, including its subdivisions, but shall not include internal investigative commands and shall not include undercover officers assigned to any command.  Such report shall also include the total number of major felony crime complaints for the twenty largest parks, as determined by acreage, under the jurisdiction of the department of parks and recreation.  In addition, the department shall submit to the council, subject to the availability of resources and the introduction of the necessary technology, the total number of major felony crime complaints, pursuant to the following timetable, for parks under the jurisdiction of the department of parks and recreation:
 
1.      By one year after enactment of this law, the one hundred largest parks, as determined by acreage;
2.      By two years after enactment of this law, the two hundred largest parks, as determined by acreage; and
3.      By three years after enactment of this law, all parks one acre or greater in size.
§2.  Chapter one of title 14 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended to add a new section 14-155, to read as follows:
§14-155. Crime Data by Housing Development To Be Placed on the World Wide Web.  The department shall make available to the public, through its web site, crime data for each housing development operated by the new york city housing authority.  Crime data, as used in this section, refers to the crime data that the police department places on its web site for each precinct and patrol borough.
§3.  This local law shall take effect ninety days after its enactment into law.
 
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