We are excited to say we’re getting ready to welcome children and young people back to our Centres.

We know everyone has been missing their favourite activities almost as much as we’ve missed the buzz of young people at our Centres.

You will hear from us when your favourite program or activity is restarting, as well as any changes to the previous timetable, for the remainder of Term Two.

We are however, now able to provide Out of Hours School Care for families previously registered for the service at our Kensington and Albany Centres.

Our PCYC Institute of Training Courses have also recommenced at various locations across the state.

If you have any queries about programs or activities, please call your local Centre. To stay up-to-date with the latest PCYC news, please visit our news page, register for our e-news, or follow us on Facebook (@wapcyc).


The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (PCYC) is a leading youth organisation working with the Western Australia Police Force and the community to empower children and young people to reach their potential.

We exist so that disadvantaged children and young people at risk across WA have a safe place to go – somewhere they can feel at home, make friends and do things that young people should do.

Our recreational activities, diversionary programs and alternate education and training opportunities keep children and young people active and engaged so that they can reach their potential and stay on a positive life path.

We operate in 20 centres, one camp facility and outreach services across the state along with a number of Blue Light Units and the Police Rangers program.

The key partner of PCYC is the Western Australia Police Force. WA Police Officers work with PCYC, referring young offenders and young people at risk to our programs, playing a significant role in early intervention and crime prevention. Learn more about PCYC


                                                                                             Credits: Western Australia Police Force