Family Justice Center:
130 Stuyvesant Place, 7th Floor
Staten Island, NY 10301
staten island court house:
26 Central Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
To reach a specific Bureau, Unit, or Hotline, please see the Office Directory below:
Administration Division:(718) 697-8329
Alternatives to Incarceration Unit:(718) 697-8328
Animal Cruelty Prosecution Unit:(718) 697-8320
Antiviolence Firearms Unit:(718) 697-8312
Appeals Bureau:(718) 697-8317
Body Worn Camera Unit:(718) 697-8327
Crime Strategies Unit:(718) 697-8324
Criminal Court Bureau:(718) 697-8340
Communications Director:(718) 697-8335
Community Partnerships Unit:(718) 697-8334
Conviction Integrity Review Bureau:(718) 697-8325
Detective Investigators Bureau:(718) 697-8323
Domestic Violence Bureau:(718) 697-8315
Drug Tip Hotline:(718) 697-8321
Economic Crimes Bureau:
Elder Abuse Unit:
Family Justice Center:
Human Capital Division:
Immigrant Affairs Unit:
Infrastructure- Facilities:(718) 697-8337
Infrastructure- IT:(718) 697-8336
Juvenile Justice Unit:(718) 697-8311
Narcotics-Investigations Bureau:(718) 697-8319
Special Victims Bureau:(718) 697-8313
Trials Bureau:(718) 697-8310
Victim Services Unit:(718) 697-8333
Limited English Proficient Population in New York City
With more than 3 million foreign-born residents from more than 200 different countries, New York is home to one of the most diverse populations in the world. New Yorkers come from every corner of the globe and speak over 200 different languages.
Nearly one-half of all New Yorkers speak a language other than English at home, and almost 25%, or 1.8 million persons, are not English Proficient. For these New Yorkers, interacting with City Government can often be a challenge. In February 2017, City Council passed Local Law 30, which required all City agencies to provide opportunities for Limited English speakers to communicate and receive services; therefore, the Richmond County District Attorney’s office provides free interpretation services for constituents and other visitors as requested.
The Office of the Richmond County District Attorney (RCDA) Services Available for Limited English Proficient New Yorkers In the pursuit of justice for victims of crime, engaging the public is integral; RCDA will always strive to ensure that language is not a barrier to the services we provide by having information on the RCDA’s website available in all languages by clicking the blue “English” tab at the bottom right-hand corner of the website. Questions or Complaints If you have any questions or would like to file a complaint at any time, please contact RCDA’s Language Access Coordinator/Immigrant Affairs Unit Chief/Chief Diversity Officer, Euna Park at, Euna Park at, 718-556-7066, email@example.com.
View the language access policy
The Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) grants the public access to most government records. You may submit a request for records under FOIL via:
EMAIL : FOILRequests@RCDA.NYC.GOV MAIL : Records Access Officer, Richmond County District Attorney, 130 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island, NY 10301
Please specify the record(s) you wish to obtain and The following information: Name(s) of defendant(s); and Indictment and/or Docket number(s).
THE FOLLOWING FEES APPLY: $0.25 per page $5.00 per audio recording $15.00 per video recording.
In accordance with FOIL, the Richmond County District Attorney's Office may deny access to records or portions thereof that contain information that may be withheld according to law.
Serving Documents to Appeals Bureau.
Effective Monday January 31, 2022, all documents that are served by e-mail upon the Appeals Bureau of the Richmond County District Attorney’s Office are to be directed to: AppealsService@rcda.nyc.gov. We will continue to accept service to the addresses to which they have heretofore been served until February 15, 2022. The documents to be so served shall include:
- Notices of appeal
- Briefs and records filed in any appellate court, state or federal
- Motions made in any appellate court, including sentence reduction motions
- Petitions for writs of habeas corpus filed in either Supreme Court or the Appellate Division. Please continue to serve the trial assistant as well in the fashion that is presently in use
- Article 78 petitions filed in either Supreme Court or the Appellate Division
- CPL Article 440 motions filed either in Criminal Court or Supreme Court
- Sealing motions pursuant to CPL Section 160.59
- Any filing in federal district court
- Any subpoena seeking testimony or documents for a federal civil matter
HAVE AN ANONYMOUS DRUG TIP?
Information that can help build strong investigations and prosecutions includes:
- The location
- Names or descriptions of suspected dealer and/or buyer
- What type of vehicle was involved, if any
- What kind of product was sold
SUBMIT AN ANONYMOUS DRUG REPORT
CALL THE RCDA HOTLINE