West Yorkshire Police - Website Accessibility
West Yorkshire Police is committed to ensuring our website is accessible as possible to the commuity we serve. The site has been design be as user-friendly as possible for all users. With simple navigation, good contrast and limited use of animation.
We use a selection of operating systems, browsers and devices when testing new web pages.
Note this website is not currently responsive on smartphones / tablets, however this functionality will be implemented in the coming months.
The site is designed to allow you to alter the text size of the fonts on the screen, use the 'Text Size A A A' links at the top of the page. Font size can also be adjusted further in your browser, or on your device.
Text / Screen Reader
Upon feedback from our audience, we have removed our previous screen reading software. There are many browser based, or system based screen reading systems available. Follow the links to find out more.
- Link : Jaws Screen Reader
- Link : Action for Blind People - Assistive Technology
- Link : Wikipedia List of Screen Readers
Text translation - Google Translate
This site offers Google Translate which attempts to automatically translate text on this site. Scroll to the top of any page and use the drop down menu to translate to a number of languages.
Note as with any automatic translation system, using Google translate is only meant to be a guide - and West Yorkshire Police cannot guarantee its accuracy. Google Translate is therefore to be used at your own risk.
We aim to use descriptive alternative (ALT) text for all images used on the site.
All our videos are loaded on to YouTube, and after loading will have audio transcripts added as resources allow.