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File #: Int 1156-2018    Version: * Name: Requiring the mayor’s office of criminal justice to report on Multi-Agency Response to Community Hotspots operations.
Type: Introduction Status: Committee
Committee: Committee on Justice System
On agenda: 10/17/2018
Enactment date: Law number:
Title: A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to requiring the mayor's office of criminal justice to report on Multi-Agency Response to Community Hotspots operations
Sponsors: Stephen T. Levin, Rafael L. Espinal, Jr., Antonio Reynoso, Alicka Ampry-Samuel , Carlina Rivera
Council Member Sponsors: 5
Summary: This bill would require the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice to provide quarterly reports on Multi-Agency Response to Community Hotspots (“MARCH”) operations. The reports would include information on establishments subject to MARCH operations, complaints or issues that led to interventions, summonses issued pursuant to MARCH operations and business closures resulting from such summonses.
Indexes: Report Required
Attachments: 1. Summary of Int. No. 1156, 2. Int. No. 1156, 3. October 17, 2018 - Stated Meeting Agenda with Links to Files

Int. No. 1156

 

By Council Members Levin, Espinal, Reynoso, Ampry-Samuel and Rivera

 

A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to requiring the mayor’s office of criminal justice to report on Multi-Agency Response to Community Hotspots operations

 

Be it enacted by the Council as follows:

 

Section 1. Chapter 3 of title 9 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended by adding a new section 9-307 to read as follows:

§ 9-307 Multi-agency response to community hotspots reporting. a. The office shall submit to the council within 25 days of the end of each quarter and post to the office’s website and the city’s open data portal, in a machine readable format, a report on Multi-Agency Response to Community Hotspots operations. Such reports shall include:

1. Information on the number of inspections, aggregated citywide, as well as disaggregated by borough and council district;

2. The conduct or complaint that resulted in such inspections;

3. Information on the duration of inspections, including the time each inspection commences and the average time spent inside each establishment;

4. Any summonses issued, and the agencies responsible for such summonses; and

5. Information on establishment closures as a result of summonses issued pursuant to such inspections, including the average duration of such closures.

b. No information that is otherwise required to be reported pursuant to this section shall be reported in a manner that would violate any applicable provision of federal, state, or local law relating to the privacy of information.

§ 2. This local law takes effect immediately.

 

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10/15/18