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General Information

(212) 335-9000

In case of severely inclement weather, significant transit disruptions or other emergencies, DANY employees should call (877) 447-3948 for recorded information or visit


In Case of Emergency

For immediate emergency assistance, please dial 911.

Legal Hiring Unit

(212) 335-9361
If you are interested in applying for a position as an Assistant District Attorney or as a Legal Intern, please visit the Career Opportunities  section of the website for more information.

Community Affairs Unit

(212) 335-9082

Members of block associations, tenant groups, other organizations, or individuals seeking to solve neighborhood crime problems may contact the Community Affairs Unit.

In Addition, the Unit sponsors educational programs for adults and elementary through high school students interested in learning more about the Criminal Justice System. For more information about these programs, please contact the Community Affairs Unit.

Witness Aid Services Unit

(212) 335-9040
If you are a crime victim, family member, or witness and require social services, counseling, or court-related assistance, please contact the Witness Aid Services Unit. The Unit is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. through 6:30 p.m. 

Financial Frauds Bureau

(212) 335-8900
If you have been a victim of a crime involving any fraudulent activity or would like to report allegations of criminal activity that may require further investigation, please contact the Financial Frauds Bureau.

Personnel Office

(212) 335-9843
A support staff comprising paralegals, stenographers, secretaries, clerks, accountants, interpreters, IT professionals, and investigators assists the Office's 550 Assistant District Attorneys. If you are interested in applying for a support staff position, please contact the Personnel Office.

Liaison to the Gay and Lesbian Community

(212) 335-9291
The liaison serves as an advocate for Gay-Lesbian-Bisexual-Transgender crime victims and as a point of contact for individuals or organizations seeking information about specific criminal cases or broader issues related to the criminal justice system.

Communications Office

(212) 335-9400
If you are a member of the media and require assistance, please contact our Communications Office.


The Freedom of Information Law (“FOIL”) pertains to the public's right to request government records. All requests made to the New York County District Attorney’s Office pursuant to FOIL must be submitted in writing to the Records Access Officer via email, fax, or mail. 


Fax: (212) 335-4390

Mail: Special Litigation Bureau, New York County District Attorney’s Office
One Hogan Place, New York, NY 10013