N.Y. Soc. Serv. Law § 426

Current through 2021 NY Law Chapters 1-451 and 453-482
Section 426 - Annual reports

The commissioner shall prepare for inclusion in the annual report required by subdivision (d) of section seventeen of this chapter to be filed with the governor and the legislature prior to December fifteenth of each year, a report on the operations of the state central register of child abuse and maltreatment and the various local child protective services. The report shall include a full statistical analysis of the reports made to the central register together with a report on the implementation of this title, his or her evaluation of services offered under this chapter and his or her recommendations for additional legislation to fulfill the purposes of this title. Such report shall indicate the number of child abuse and maltreatment reports and cases received by the statewide central register of child abuse and maltreatment by each district in the preceding year, the number of such cases determined to have been indicated and the number of such cases determined to be unfounded by each district in the preceding year, the number of such cases which have not been indicated or unfounded within the time period required by subdivision seven of section four hundred twenty-four of this article by each district in the preceding year and the number of workers assigned to the child protective service in each district in the preceding year. Such report shall include, among other information, available demographic information and available information concerning the racial and ethnic characteristics of the family members and persons served by the differential response program pursuant to section four hundred twenty-seven-a of the social services law, as well as available information concerning the racial and ethnic characteristics of the family members and persons serviced under the traditional child protective services program, in each local social services district in the state.

N.Y. Soc. Serv. Law § 426

Amended by New York Laws 2012, ch. 501,Sec. D-11-a, eff. 1/1/2014.
Amended by New York Laws 2012, ch. 501,Sec. D-11, eff. 6/30/2013.