In an emergency, call 911.
In addition to our main office in lower Manhattan, we also have community offices located in Washington Heights and Harlem. For general information, call us at 212-335-9000.
Report crime regardless of your immigration status. Interpreters are available to assist non-native English speakers and D/deaf New Yorkers.
For members of the public and law enforcement officers to report incidents occurring in Manhattan.
Our WaHi office provides victim services and on-site translators in Northern Manhattan.
Our Harlem office has served as a crucial link between the District Attorney’s Office and uptown residents since 1987.
If you are visiting our office during the COVID-19 pandemic, you will be screened for symptoms and exposure.
We foster an inclusive environment that provides all employees with opportunities to advance their careers.
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The Freedom of Information Law (“FOIL”) pertains to the public’s right to request government agency records. All requests made to the New York County District Attorney’s Office pursuant to FOIL must be submitted in writing to the attention of the Records Access Officer, Office of the General Counsel, Civil Litigation Unit via email, or U.S. mail:
New York County District Attorney’s Office
One Hogan Place, New York, NY 10013