Accessibility

The Crime Statistics Agency is committed to ensuring that our online information is accessible to all users. This website aims to comply with level AA W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0).

Our website is also designed to be accessed on all device types including tablets and smart phones.

Browsers and operating systems

Your experience of this website may vary according to the capabilities of your browser, operating system or device.

The department actively supports browsers used by more than two per cent of our visitors. 

Given the wide range of systems and devices available, we do not actively test with browsers where the usage falls below two per cent of visitors. As a result, your experience of our  website may be variable on older browsers.

As a result, your experience of our  website may be variable on older browsers. For the best experience make sure you update your browser to the latest version.   

Supported browsers

  • Chrome 30 +
  • Firefox 31 +
  • Safari 6 +
  • Internet Explorer 8 +

Supported operating systems

  • iOS 7 +
  • Android 2.3 +
  • Windows XP +
  • OS X +

 

Online interactive tool

The Crime Statistics Agency provides updated crime data in this tool every three months, in March, June, September and December. Please note that the tool displays and operates slightly differently in different internet browsers (e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer.\

This application works with Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer version 8 or above with Adobe flash installed. Please note that the tool has not been tested for use on smartphones or tablets. The tool will be updated by mid-2015 to incorporate HTML5 support.

 

Report formats

All reports published on the Crime Statistics Agency website will be released in both Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and Microsoft Word formats.

Data cubes will be published for each release in Microsoft Excel.

If you have any issues or suggestions regarding the accessibility of our website please contact us via the website feedback form. We will endeavour to rectify any problem and assist you with the information you require.