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The Association of Police and Court Interpreters

Founded in 1974, APCI is a professional association of independent, freelance interpreters working within the Criminal Justice System.
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Latest events

Translating and Interpreting in Criminal Proceedings (TIPp)

Translating and Interpreting in Criminal Proceedings (TIPp)

APCI Event
29 July 2020, 17:00

A presentation by Francisco Vigier of the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville on the quality of outsourced translation and interpreting services in the Spanish justice sector.

International Investigative Interviewing

International Investigative Interviewing

APCI Event
26 August 2020, 17:00

Investigative interviewing is a critical element of an investigation, involving interviewing those suspected of committing crime, witnesses, and victims. Ian Grant is a Core Policing Trainer with Northamptonshire Police with 13 ...

Structuring Police Interviews

Structuring Police Interviews

APCI Event
16 November 2020, 17:00

Kim Bowen is a Crime Trainer and Accredited National Interview Advisor with Cambridgeshire Constabulary. In this presentation she will examine the most current practice that relates ...

Interpreting and interviewing strategies in police contexts: Problems and solutions

Interpreting and interviewing strategies in police contexts: Problems and solutions

APCI Event
25 November 2020, 17:00

Luna Filipović is Professor of Language and Cognition at the University of East Anglia. Her specialisation is in experimental psycholinguistics, bilingualism, and semantic and syntactic processing of typologically different languages. ...

Dynamics of investigative interviews

Dynamics of investigative interviews

APCI Event
19 January 2021, 17:00

Dr Kate Haworth, Languages and Social Sciences Lecturer, Aston Institute for Forensic Linguistics

What are people saying about us?

APCI interpreters are very reliable. Should the firm require an interpreter of any given language they are quick to respond and communicate effectively ensuring that someone can attend. They remain professional with the client always arriving in advance of the conference and are willing to stay longer than necessary in order to meet the client’s needs.
Emma Bracewell - Trainee Solicitor Carson Kaye Solicitors