Crime Reduction - Helping to Reduce Crime in Your Area

Using our website

Changing text size 

All the text and headings on the Crime Reduction Website have been made so that you can change the size of the text to suit your comfort. To change the text size, use the following steps.

Internet Explorer

  1. Click View in your browser's toolbar (or use keys CTRL+V)
  2. Select the Text size option half-way down the list of options
  3. Choose the text size that best matches your preference, from Smallest to Largest

Firefox

  1. Click View in your browser's toolbar (or use keys CTRL+V)
  2. Select the Text size option half-way down the list of options
  3. Choose to either increase or decrease the text size.

Alternatively within Firefox, you can press CTRL++ (CTRL and plus) and CTRL+- (CTRL and minus) to increase and decrease text size.

Downloadable documents

PDF file Portable Document Format (PDF)

This icon appears on all PDF document cover pages and refers to the format of the document. PDF stands for Portable Document Format and in order view this format you will need PDF reading software such as Adobe Reader.

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Word file Microsoft Word document (DOC)

Documents carrying this icon are have been created using Microsoft's Word word processing program. You will need either a copy of Microsoft Word or a copy of the free Microsoft Word reader application to view them.

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Excel file Microsoft Excel document (XLS)

Documents carrying this icon are have been created using Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet program. You will need either a copy of Microsoft Excel or a copy of the free Microsoft Excel reader application to view them.

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Plain English campaign

The Crime Reduction Website, The Home Office website for the public - www.homeoffice.gov.uk (new window) and www.drugs.gov.uk (new window), the website for drugs professionals, have been accredited with the Crystal Mark by the Plain English campaign. We aim to use straight-forward well-structured language on all of our websites and hope that we have made the language content of this website easy to read and to understand.

Last update: Friday, October 24, 2008

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