Humberside Police is committed to ensuring its web site pages are as accessible as possible to the whole of the community that we serve. In particular, we recognise the need to take reasonable steps to enable access to our website for those with impaired sight or other disabilities.
Work on making this site more accessible has been influenced by the Guidelines for UK Government Websites, which incorporate support for the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
British Sign Language (BSL) clips
Humberside Police and partner services in the East Riding have launched British Sign Language (BSL) clips to improve access to services for deaf and hearing impaired residents. The innovative BSL clips, which provide an alternative to written information, are a first of their kind in public services and have been produced following ongoing consultation with deaf and hearing impaired residents.
We encourage our users to customise their own computer with assistive technologies to suit their individual needs. For example you may like to change the colour scheme or have the site content spoken to you. If you are not sure how to do this we recommend you visit BBC My Web, My Way.
Accessibility of our police buildings
You can now find out more information about accessing our police buildings, the transport routes required to reach to get to them and what assistance is available within. [Link]
Here are some of the on-line translation services which are available on the Internet. Please be aware that these automated translation services may not accurately reflect the original meaning of the pages.
Google has developed a range of web based products over the years as well as providing searching capabilities. Google is one of the larger search engines and offers various translation tools. For further information please visit Google Language Tools.
Allows you to paste text or enter a URL to translate the page. For further information please visit WorldLingo.
Similar to Altavista - you have the ability to paste text into their website or use the translation box below. For further information please visit Free Translation.