This website is produced by the Corruption and Crime Commission (CCC) of Western Australia and is best viewed using Internet Explorer.
We aim to consistently provide current and comprehensive online information about our functions and operations.
We are currently working towards complying with all Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (“WCAG”) 2.0 by December 2013.
The WCAG 2.0 has 12 guidelines that are organised under four principles: perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust. For each guideline, there are testable success criteria, which are at three levels: A, AA, and AAA.
A summary of the requirements of the four principles is outlines below:
Using the website
The website is structured for navigation ease. Every page has a tabbed main menu across the top of the page and the second level menus drop down when the mouse is placed over a tab.
There is also a search function at the top of each page so you can find content easily, or alternatively use the site map which lists all pages within their relevant sections.
There is a breadcrumb trail on every page to see exactly where you are in the site, and where you have come from.
Documents on the website are available in other formats on request. Contact us to make a request.
Printing a web page
All pages on this website can be printed by using the ‘Print’ button that is located to the left of the text resize buttons on the upper right area of each page.
Throughout the site, there are documents and files that require specific software to allow you to view files. Most computers will already have this software installed. If you need to install it, visit the following free software links.
To read PDF Documents go to Adobe website to download Adobe PDF Reader.
To view Flash presentations go to the Adobe website to download Adobe Flash Player.