We compiled of the most up to date code of ethics available in our industry. The court interpreter codes and the medical interpreters codes have some differences but in the end, they all emphasize the importance of Accuracy, Confidentiality, and Impartiality. We have also included a separate code of ethics for translators as well.
The Arizona Translators and Interpreters Association (ATI) strongly advocates that all working interpreters and translators fully comply with the code of ethics.
- The Arizona Court Interpreters Association Code of Ethics (ACIA)
- The Arizona Court Interpreter Code of Conduct from the Arizona Court Interpreter Credentialing ProgRam (ACICP)
- National Code of Ethics for Interpreters in Health Care, The National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCHIC)
- National Standards of Practice for Interpreters in Health Care, The National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCHIC)
- International Medical Interpreters Association Code of Ethics (IMIA)
- International Medical Interpreters Association Standards of Practice (IMIA)
- California Standards for for Healthcare Interpreters (CHIA)
- Code of Ethics and Professional Practice, American Translators Association
- Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice for Educational Interpreters of Spoken Languages, published August 2015