Web browser compatibility
This website has been designed, developed and tested on as many devices and web browsers as possible to ensure it reaches the potential audience. We have also asked various members of our organisation and the public to test the site for its usability. The ethos behind the development has been to get you where you need to go as quickly as possible. We hope to have produced a 'cleaner' site with clearer navigation that looks as good on a mobile as it does on a desktop computer.
The Devon and Cornwall Police take accessibility very seriously. It is our aim to ensure the services offered on this site can be used by anybody, regardless of disabilities / impairment or geographical location. This website has been designed to fully comply with the Web Content Guidelines for Accessibility, published by the W3C.
If you still have difficulty using this site please email the web team and we will do whatever we can to remove the obstacles that are preventing you accessing the information that you require.
Report a broken link
Whilst we ensure that links are tested before they are made available online we would appreciate your help in bringing any broken links to our attention. The best way to report an error or technical fault is to email the web team, and upon receipt of the information, we will ensure the fault is amended as quickly as we are able.
Please note: We are not responsible for links or content on external website(s).
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