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The Office of the South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner endeavours to make our website accessible for everyone who visits it regardless of their skill level, technical ability or disability. This is in accordance to The Public Sector Bodies Accessibility Regulations 2018. We are committed to ensuring do not unlawfully discriminate in our service delivery and make the appropriate adjustments accordingly.

How accessible is the website?
Our current website has been in place since March 2019.

The current website is partially compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1AA standard. The elements we have identified for further development are listed below:

  • Documents: Some historic documents are in PDF, they are still accessible to read but are not readable by screen reading software (docs prior to Sept 23rd 2018 do not need to be changed) 1.1.1
  • Language: We do not offer the website in different languages (other than Welsh, in accordance with Welsh Language Standards) as Google translate can read the information on a website that is accessibly compliant. 3.1.1
  • Language Used: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that phrases and jargon have not been used, there may be a few minor instances where these are present – regulation 3.1.2

Feedback and Contact Information
We welcome feedback around the functionality and accessibility of the website; if you wish to contact the South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner in relation to this, or would like details in a different format such as larger print please contact via:

Email: commissioner@south-wales.police.uk

Telephone: 01656 869366

Post: Ty Morgannwg, Police Headquarters, Bridgend, CF31 3SU

Checking the accessibility of the website
This updated statement was published in May 2021.

We are working hard to correct non-compliant issues and aim to have these rectified during 2021/22 as part of our work to refresh the content and structure of the website.

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