This accessibility statement applies to all the web pages of Police on web.
The Federal Police aims to make its websites accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. Therefore, we endeavour to comply as fully as possible with the accessibility standards laid down by the law of 19 July 2018 transposing European directive (EU) 2016/2102 on the accessibility of public authorities’ websites and mobile applications.
This accessibility statement applies to the Police on web website.
This accessibility statement was drawn up on 02 September 2020.
The compliance of this website with the requirements of directive (EU) 2016/2102 was verified on the basis of
- An Anysurfer audit in collaboration with Directorate-General for External Communication of the FPS Chancellery of the Prime Minister
- the Accessibility Check van de Belgian Web Accessibility Office
Level of compliance with the accessibility standard
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are a set of standards for accessibility requirements for people with disabilities.
The Police on web website of the Belgian Federal Police is compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 level AA.
Our website’s accessibility is checked regularly using an Accessibility check developed by FPS Policy and Support (BOSA).
This is a tool that can be installed in your browser's bookmarks bar which creates a report on the accessibility of the web page you are browsing using a set of tests.
Feedback and contact information
If, while browsing our website, you encounter other information (pdfs, images, etc.) or web pages that are not accessible to you, please let us know.
We would like to hear your opinion on our efforts to make our website more accessible.
Comments and suggestions regarding the accessibility of the Police website can be adressed to the Directorate of Police Information and ICT Resources
If you feel that you have not received an answer to your questions, you can lodge a complaint on the web page Dissatisfied with our services?