Kensington Police and Community Youth Centre (PCYC) is now offering Police Rangers program for youth aged 11 years and above.
Police Rangers is an adventure-based, youth development activity offered in partnership with Cadets WA, open to young people of high school age.
The program is designed to increase youth self-confidence, leadership ability, team building skills and self-esteem. Centre Manager Amanda Dow said participants would take part in a number of games and activities, indoors and outdoors.
“There is orienteering, basketball, helping out during Anzac Day and lots of activities,” she said.
“We held the program a few years ago and now we are looking at bringing it back.
“I’m quite excited to get it up and running again, and encourage young people to get involved”.
The program will be delivered on Monday nights by volunteer Police Ranger instructors.
To enrol in the program or for more information, contact Kensington PCYC on 9367 1282.
Amanda Dow and Amy Fabricus at Kensington PCYC
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