While we strive to keep our website
in line with the current web accessibility standards, we need
feedback from real web users. Do you have a disability that affects
the way you use the web? For example, do you use assistive
technologies such as a screen-reader? Do you find this site easy to
use? Is there anything we could do to improve accessibility?
Contact us to tell us what you think.
There are various ways to change
the size of the text displayed on each page.
You can change the text size
settings in your web browser. In most web browsers (e.g. Internet
Explorer) this is done by going to the 'View' menu and selecting
the 'Text size' option.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication)
news feeds allow you to see when websites have added new content.
You can get the latest headlines and video in one place, as soon as
its published, without having to visit the websites you have taken
the feed from.
RSS feeds are read using news
reader software. There are different versions about, some of which
are accessed using a browser (Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari), and
some of which are downloadable applications (Newz Crawler,
Browser-based news readers let you
catch up with your RSS feed subscriptions from any computer,
whereas downloadable applications let you store them on your main
computer, in the same way that you either download your e-mail
using Outlook, or keep it on a web-based service like Hotmail.
You can access all of the latest
news and appeals from Hertfordshire Constabulary via an RSS feed on
the Constabulary's official Twitter®
EMERGENCY TEXT MESSAGING
If you are Deaf, deafened. hard of
hearing or speech impaired, you can use this service to contact
Simply text to 07786 207
Hertfordshire Constabulary will
reply to you by SMS - if no reply is received, try other ways to
contact the emergency services. Resend your message and keep
trying until your text is acknowledged.
If you have Minicom equipment, you
can contact us on 01707 390990
You can contact Hertfordshire
Constabulary via textphone on 01707 390990.
POLICE STATIONS ACCESSIBILITY
You are able to view accessibility
to the police stations throughout Hertfordshire via our
website. Please click here.
The website provides visitors with
annotated routes from major drop off points to help make decisions
about a location's accessibility. It also provides an annotated
floor plan of the public areas with the opportunity to drill down
for more detail at key points.
You can interact with Hertfordshire
Constabulary via the popular social networking sites Facebook®, Twitter® and YouTube®. However,
please be aware that these sites should not be used for reporting
crime. To report a crime, please click here.