Our accessibility policy and advice.
Thames Valley Police is committed to making this site as accessible, inclusive and user-friendly as possible. However, if you find any problems using any part of this site, please contact the Corporate Communications department.
We aim to meet or exceed level AA of the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
To learn how to change your browser, computer, keyboard or mouse settings, making the web more accessible for you, please visit abilitynet's mycomputer my way web page.
Adjusting the size of text
This site uses font sizes that you can control using your browser.
You can change the text size in Chrome by selecting More Settings > Show advanced settings and scroll down to Web content and select font size. The default setting is ‘Medium.’
You can change the text size in Microsoft Internet Explorer by selecting View > Text size followed by your preferred text size from 'Smallest' to 'Largest'. The default setting is 'Medium'.
You can change the text size in Firefox by selecting View > Text size followed by 'Increase' or 'Decrease'. To return the text size to its default setting, select 'Normal'.
You can change the text size in Apple's Safari browser by selecting View > Make Text Bigger or View > Make Text Smaller.
All text links are written so that they make sense when read out of context.
The images in our site use alternative or 'alt' attributes which are alternative text descriptions for the image.
For those who have difficulties using a mouse you can use the 'Tab' to navigate through our website. This is designed to highlight the page links in a logical order.
If you have a visual impairment please use your screenreader software to navigate our website.
Document Format (PDF) files
PDF files on this site are tagged to allow basic accessibility. For more information about PDF accessibility, view the Adobe website accessibility section.
If you find any problems using any part of this site, please contact Corporate Communications.
Thames Valley Police is not responsible for the accessibility of the following:
For accessibility queries related to the Half the Story website, Life Isn’t Scripted website, and E-recruiting system, email Shared Services Recruitment.
For accessibility queries related to the Report a non-emergency crime or incident online form, contact the Control Rooms and Enquiries Department/Information and Communication Technology (ICT) department.
We are not responsible for the accessibility of the external websites that we link to from this website.