City Report Showcase

Stephen Rhind-Tutt
24 May 2022
21 items

Examples of high value city reports of relevance to students and researchers across many disciplines.

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31 December 2019 English

As we entered 2021, the year brought optimism as Philadelphia began to reopen and our workers and residents entered a new and different world. The City gained ground on controlling …


1 December 2018 English

Out of concern that there were so few women firefighters (16 out of approximately 1,500) and complaints from 2 female firefighters raising allegations of sexual assault and harassment, the City …


31 December 2016 English

The Community Sustainability Indicators provide an update on measuring the community’s progress toward long-term sustainability goals. The 26 indicators were established by the Sustainability Sounding Board in 2009. The foundational …


3 June 2021 English

Leveraging our longstanding partnerships with law enforcement, in 2020 we saw eleven individuals charged with criminal corruption offenses following joint investigations. And, more than 30 City employees were administratively disciplined …


19 October 2021 English

A survey assessment on the positive impact of investments to promote digital advancement in the City of Philadelphia


3 August 2020 English

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man, was killed by four Minneapolis Police Officers. The incident was captured on video for the world to see. Floyd’s death …


1 March 2021 English

The Office of the Public Advocate sees a vision for schools and community safety that centers New York City’s children and families—schools that heal and address trauma, and that center …


15 February 2022 English

This Digital Equity Plan for the City of Philadelphia represents the City’s commitment to addressing the inequities that contribute to the digital divide including issues of affordability, digital literacy and …


30 March 2022 English

Parks are vital infrastructure for healthy, flourishing communities, and are essential to improving quality of life for city residents. In this report, Trust for Public Land (TPL) quantified benefits of …


1 July 2016 English

The City of New York incarcerates approximately 200 adolescents (16- and 17-year-olds) and 1,100 young adults (18- through 21-year-olds). The New York City Department of Correction is a national leader …