Language Access Plan

In March 2017, the New York City Council passed Local Law 30, which requires that covered city agencies appoint a language access coordinator, develop language access implementation plans, provide telephonic interpretation in at least 100 languages, translate their most commonly distributed documents into the 10 designated citywide languages, and post signage about the availability of free interpretation services, among other requirements.

Read the CCRB’s Language Access Plan

Contact CCRB's Language Access Coordinator

Edwin Peña
Investigative Manager, Squad 15