Anindyatrans is an official Interpreter Services for the Police, Court, Arbitration, General Meeting of Shareholders and Seminar. Our Interpreter Services are required to signing Records of Interrogation Police and "Written Translation" will be done separately, which is not done at the police station. Translation will be equipped with Seals and Signatures from Sworn Translator for the language in question. May have been known by the Law Office, that only the suspect with certain penalty is allowed to obtain a copy of the dossier to be translated. Even if the translation is to be done, in our opinion, is a matter between the police with the "Written translators" who may be more aware or could more detailed inquire about this and when deemed necessary (for purposes in court) then we will be required to sign the translation oath as a language interpreter services in question, during the making of the Dossiers. In our opinion, one of the causes of policy settings may be due to the limited number of registered Interpreter Services providers in accordance with the decree of the governor and if the parties Suspect / Reported by Police categorized as Not Entitled to receive a copy of the BAP then of course this applies also for sworn translation. Then what is the interest of the police to translate into foreign languages ??as long as the judicial process carried out in Indonesia, the Indonesian version is prevail. CV Anindyatrans can do "Written Translation" on what was copied by legal counsel and this, of course, "outside" official police document. As far as I know me, there has never been Interpreter Services are aware of this information, as well as knowing how to translate BAP solution "official" except perhaps on direct orders from the police and worked in front of (in) the police station. We also do not know, "basic law" that prohibits the examinee Parties and counsel get a copy of the dossier. Thus, hopefully can give an idea about the limitations of the procedure of Interpreter Services which so far we are doing in the Law Enforcement Agencies (Police, Immigration, KPK & Court) which has been and until now that we have entered.