Annual Data Reporting
The ILS 195 has now replaced the former UCS-195. More details about that form and the schedule for those changes can be found at the links below.
The Winter 2018 Online Training sessions (Overview and Part 1) were offered from December 4, 2018 to December 14, 2018. Click here for additional information about this training.
The Summer 2019 Online Training sessions (Part 2) were offered online from June 3, 2019 to June 7, 2019. Click here for additional information about this training.
The Fall 2020 Online Trainings sessions (Part 3) were offered from November 9, 2020 to November 20, 2020.
The 2018, 2019 and 2020 Online Training sessions have now concluded. If you were unable to attend a session and would like to get more information on future trainings please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can access previous trainings by following the links below:
2018 WinterTraining Video
2019 Summer Training Video
2020 Fall Training
ILS-195 - 2020 Form in PDF
Background and Purpose
Timeline for rollout
ILS Employee Statistics Worksheet
ILS Employee Statistics Worksheet - Instructions
Definitions for Reporting Counts of Criminal Cases to the Office of Indigent Legal Services
A Determination of Caseload Standards Pursuant to section IV of the Hurrell-Harring v The State of New York Settlement
Data Officers: Roles and Responsibilities
Study of Case Counting Practices Among Providers Of Mandated Criminal Defense
Annual Financial Report
Submission due by April 1, 2021
Statewide Implementation of the Hurrell-Harring Settlement Agreement - Performance Measures Progress Report
Submission is due by October 30, 2021 for each criminal defense provider/program in each county (i.e., other than the five counties currently engaged in the Hurrell-Harring settlement agreement) and New York City.
ILS is required to gather and to report on information regarding efforts to implement the reforms adopted in the 2014 Hurrell-Harring (HH) Settlement and extended statewide by the enactment of Executive Law § 832(4). A Performance Measures Progress Report (Progress Report form) has been developed by ILS to assist each county, (i.e., other than the five counties currently engaged in the Hurrell-Harring settlement agreement) and New York City in reporting those activities supported by funding available to expand the implementation of reforms adopted in the Hurrell-Harring settlement agreement statewide. A Progress Report form must be completed for each mandated criminal defense provider/program using the unique link that has been sent to you by email in early October. The current Progress Report is due for submission by October 30, 2021. Subsequent Progress Report forms will be due for submission to ILS on a semi-annual basis (i.e., by October 30th and April 30th of each year). An instructional video and a PDF version of the Progress Report form are provided below to assist providers in gathering the necessary information that will be requested on the Progress Report form.
Any questions regarding this reporting process can be submitted to email@example.com