Somerset County Council will spend "in the region of £980,000" on translators and related projects over the next four years.
The council's current contracts for translation and interpretation expire on September 1, meaning new provision must be sought before that date.
The main provider of courtroom interpreting to the Ministry of Justice says it is removing a section of its service agreement with interpreters that some believe prevents them from whistleblowing.
Derbyshire police spent an extra £100,000 on foreign language translators in 2018 than in previous years.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court must ensure prisoners who do not speak English are aware of their rights, an inspection report has said.
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