- Nottingham Police Authority is committed to making its website available to as many people as possible. We recognise that this is an important issue and have designed the website to ensure that the our website is accessible in accordance with the following World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) guidelines.
This site is designed to validate as:
XHTML 1.1 Strict
CSS 2.1 towards 3.0
A text-only version (link at the foot of each page) provides further colour changes and text-size adjustments to further increase Bedfordshire Police Authority's website accessibility.
The website has been designed to allow all modern browsers to resize the content to the users needs.
Pressing the 'ALT' and '+' or 'CONTROL' and '+' keys (dependent on operating system and browser) or selecting from the browser's ''view' menu will rescale the site content. In older browsers, such as Internet Explorer 6.0, the text will resize to the users needs.
Access Keys are used sparingly, to avoid interference with screen-reading software shortcuts.
(Windows users will need to hold down the ALT key, Macintosh users will need to hold down the CMD key)
Accesskey 'S' (uppercase s) can be used to enter information into the 'Search' field.
Accesskey 'R' (uppercase r) can be used to submit the 'Search' form.
Accesskey 'Y' (uppercase y) can be used to choose 'yes' in a 'Question' form.
Accesskey 'N' (uppercase n) can be used to choose 'no' in a 'Question' form.
Accesskey 'G' (uppercase g) can be used to submit a 'Question' form.
Standard tabbing can be used to traverse the navigation links.
In addition to using the main navigation you can use the Site Map to navigate around the Bedfordshire Police Authority website.
Browsealoud is a free tool that can be used to speech-enable the content of our website.
It may be helpful to:
- Anyone with low literacy skills or Dyslexia
- People who don't have English as a first language
- Those with some visual impairment
- Anyone who would prefer to listen to text rather than read it.
Download the free Browsealoud software onto your computer, which once installed, will let you hear the text as spoken word on all Browsealoud-enabled sites.
You can find more information, and support for downloading and installing the software, on the Browsealoud website.
Bedfordshire Police Authority would very much appreciate your views on Browsealoud. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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