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Access keys function exactly like hot keys in any Microsoft application. They are intended as an accessibility aid for vision impaired users to skip directly to relevant content areas on a page. Internet Explorer has supported access keys since version 4, Firefox since version 2.0, and Netscape since version 6. Older web browsers do not support access key functions, but this will not affect the visual delivery of content.
To use the access keys on the NSW Police Force website, users can navigate with the access key feature by holding down a combination key (or keys) and simultaneously pressing the access key followed by Enter.
Depending on your web browser and operating system, the combination keys are:
The access keys for the NSW Police Force website are:
S = Skip to content
1 = Home
4 = Site Search
7 = Site Map
9 = Feedback
and press Enter.
The NSW Police Force website has been developed to ensure content is available to the widest possible audience, including readers using assistive technology or accessibility features. By adhering to guidelines for accessible web design, we acknowledge the diversity of communication methods, available technologies and current abilities of web users in the community.
The NSW Police Force website conforms to W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). The public pages on this site have been designed to meet the criteria for AA compliance with WCAG guidelines (version 2.0) – WCAG Priority 1 & 2. The highest traffic pages of the site have been checked using the following accessibility checkers:
This site meets all the coding criteria for compliance with W3C CSS (cascading style sheets) and HTML 4.01 Transitional. Visit www.w3c.org for more information.
The Adobe website provides a service to convert PDF files to HTML via an online form. The Adobe website and the Trace Research Centre provide services to convert Acrobat PDF files to plain text or HTML via email.
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