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Sector Stat Legislation

Sector Stat Legislation

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The New York City Council
Legislation Text
City HallNew York, NY 10007
Int. No. 687
By Council Members Cabrera, Williams, Dickens, Ferreras, Fidler, Foster, Jackson, James, Koppell, Koslowitz, Lander, Mendez,Palma, Rose, Seabrook, Vacca, Vann, Nelson, Sanders Jr. and ValloneA Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to requiring the mayor’s office of operations toreport crime statistics by New York City Police Department precinct sector.
Be it enacted by the Council as follows:
Section 1. Section 3-112 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended to read as follows:§ 3-112. On-line reporting of [domestic violence and hate] crime statistics. The mayor’s office of operations shall includethe following police department statistics among the data presented on the My Neighborhood Statistics pages of the city’s website or on any successor pages of such website that are substantially similar in form or function:(a)
Domestic violence and hate crimes statistics. The following statistics shall be provided in a manner consistent with other policedepartment data available on the pages of such website.(1)
the number of domestic violence radio runs;([b]
2
) the number of murders related to domestic violence;([c]
3
) the number of rapes related to domestic violence;([d]
4
) the number of felonious assaults related to domestic violence;([e]
5
) the number of hate crimes;([f]
6
) the number of murders determined by the police department to be hate crimes; and([g]
7
) the number of felonious assaults determined by the police department to be hate crimes.For purposes of subdivisions
(a)
([e]
5
) through ([g]
7
) of this section, the term “hate crime” shall have the meaning ascribed to it bysection 485.05 of the New York penal law. [Such statistics shall be provided in a manner consistent with other police department dataavailable on the pages of such website.]
(b) Precinct Sector Statistics. On a monthly basis, the number of occurrences of each of the seven major felony crimes, disaggregated by each sector within each precinct, occurring in the previous month.
§ 2. Chapter one of title 14 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended to add a new section 14-154, to
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