We are always working towards providing you with a website that
complies with current Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content
Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. These guidelines explain how to make
your website accessible to people with disabilities so it benefits
In order to make this website easier to read and navigate, you
can change display settings such as:
The BBC’s website
“My Web My Way” offers help, in plain English on adjusting
these and other features in your specific operating system and
This site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for visual layout.
If your browser supports it, style sheets can be disabled or
over-written to customise the appearance of the website, to your
preference. If the style sheet is disabled, the content on this
website will still be readable.
Each of the main areas of the web site have an AccessKey
assigned to them. This means that in certain browsers* you can use
the keyboard to jump to any main area from anywhere else in the
*Please note that AccessKeys are not supported by Internet
Explorer 3, or Netscape 4.
AccessKeys work slightly differently on Macs and PCs. Below is a
list of the main areas of the site, and the keyboard commands that
will jump to them.
PC alt + 1 > rtn Mac ctrl +
PC alt + 2 > rtn Mac ctrl
PC alt + 3 > rtn
Mac ctrl + 3
PC alt + 4 > rtn
Mac ctrl + 4
PC alt + 5 > rtn
Mac ctrl + 5
Safer City Wards
PC alt + 6 > rtn
Mac ctrl + 6
PC alt + 7 > rtn Mac ctrl
PC alt + 8 > rtn Mac ctrl +
'alt + N > rtn' means that you must hold the alt key and the
N key at the same time, then press the Return key.
'ctrl + N' means that you must hold the ctrl key and the N key
at the same time.
If you find the text on this site is too small, you can change
it easily in your browser settings.
Used 'alt-tags' which describe the content of images.
Made our hyperlinks meaningful, ie not used 'click here' on its
This website will function and look as intended in browsers that
support these standards. The most common of these are:
If you do not have one of these browsers installed or are unable
to upgrade, you may find the website easier to use by disabling
This website is Browse Aloud enabled. This will enable
content to be read out loud to the user as simple as hovering over
the paragraph or word. For more information on how Browse Aloud can
help you, see our
Browse Aloud page.
Please let us know of any problems you may have encountered,
or of any features that you have found particularly useful by
City of London Police Webmaster.