The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is committed to ensuring this website is accessible to all our communities.
This website has the below accessibility options, if you require any assistance accessing information you can contact the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner by clicking the following link:
Click here to visit the contact us page.
Increase font size
If you have a mouse with a wheel you may be able to increase and decrease the size of the fonts in your web browser by holding down the Ctrl key and move the mouse wheel up or down. You can also press down and hold the Ctrl key and press either the + or keys on the top of the keyboard. You can reset your font size to your default setting by pressing the Ctrl key and 0.
The text size on this website can be changed in your browser settings. Please check which web browser you are using (a web browser is the application used to access websites) and click here to read guides on changing text sizes.
Text / Screen Reader
There are many browser based, or system based screen reading systems available. Follow the below links to find out more.
Link : Jaws Screen Reader
Link : Action for Blind People - Assistive Technology
Link : Wikipedia List of Screen Readers
Google Translate is an automated tool which attempts to translate the text on this site into over 100 different languages.
To use the translate tool, first copy the address of the web page in your browser, then visit https://translate.google.com/
Paste the address of the web page into the left hand box then select your chosen language in the right hand box.
Now click the web page link in the right hand box and the page will be displayed in your chosen language.
On a smartphone or tablet tap the Menu link on the top right hand side and then tap 'translate' and select the language of your choice to translate.
As with any automated translation system, using Google Translate is only meant to be a guide - and we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Google Translate is therefore to be used at your own risk.
*Note There are known issues with the Google Translate tool when used with some older browsers. Browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 and some older versions of Microsoft Edge are no longer supported by Google Translate, and so the translate tool does not display. In such instances please choose an alternative browser such as Google Chrome.
Our videos are loaded on to YouTube, and after loading will have subtitles added as resources allow.Click the 'CC' icon at the bottom of the video to switch on subtitles.
If you have any feedback on how the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner could make their website more accessible please contact us on one of the below:
Letter: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside, The Lawns, Harland Way, Cottingham, East Yorkshire HU16 5SN