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WA Police Force
PCYC is proud that the WA Police Force is the key partner and collaborator in delivering significant youth programs and activities, contributing to community safety. The WA Police continue to commit to PCYC by supporting the development and delivery of programs aimed at repeat offenders and at risk youth in line with state Government and policing outcomes.
Robust and cohesive working partnerships with local service providers helps develop important policies, procedures and strategies, maximising the safety of children and youth participating in recreational activities and program both within PCYC and outside of the organisation.
Cadets WA is an important contributor to PCYC by delivering the Police Rangers program to nine centres. Funded by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, it is managed by PCYC and Sergeant Rob Coates of the WA Police.
Open to secondary students aged 12 and over, the adventure-based development program aims to increase self-confidence, leadership ability, team-building skills and self esteem through structured learning and development opportunities.
Since amalgamation with PCYC in 2006, Blue Light™ Youth Activities have reached thousands of young people across Western Australia, providing them with positive lifestyle alternatives.
Importantly, environments that are free from anti-social behaviour, intimidation, drugs and alcohol give young people the opportunity to interact regularly and positively.
Federal and State Government
Through collaboration, engagement, relationship building and funding from Federal and State Government agencies, PCYC delivers programs and activities contributing to overall community security and safety. PCYC works closely with the State Government, elected Members, local government authorities, youth justice teams and other community drivers to deliver diversionary programs and recreational activities. These include:
Department of Communities, Child Protection & Family Support
Department of Education
Department of Industry, Innovation and Science
Department of Local Government, Sporting and Cultural Industries / Department of Sport and Recreation
Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
Department of Social Services
Great Southern Development Commission
Government of Western Australia
Job & Skills WA
Mental Health Commission
Mid-West Development Commission
Pilbara Development Commission
Regional Development Australia
South Metropolitan TAFE
South West Development Commission
Local government supports PCYC in many ways, from peppercorn leases for some of our centres, to running community events through the centres, to funding programs and activities. They are integral to the successful running of centres around the state and include:
City of Albany
Shire of Broome
City of Bunbury
Shire of Carnarvon
Shire of Collie
Shire of Exmouth
City of Fremantle
City of Greater Geraldton
City of Gosnells
Shire of Harvey
City of Karratha
City of Kalgoorlie Boulder
Shire of Northam
City of Rockingham
City of South Perth
City of Swan
City of Subiaco
Town of Victoria Park
Youth Service Providers
To remain competitive and sustainable, PCYC works closely with a number of like-minded youth service providers to deliver re-investment activities and development programs that are relevant to young people, contributing to achieving mutual state government and WA Police Force outcomes.
Without the countless supporters and partners PCYC has, the work of enabling young people and children in Western Australian communities could not continue. We thank each and every one for the generous funding which helps programs and activities be delivered, changing lives.
In alphabetical order, the many services and financial supporters and partners are:
Anglo Gold Ashanti
Australia Post – Grassroots for Giving
Breakaway Aboriginal Corporation
Centacare Employment & Training
Coal Miner’s Welfare Board
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Food Rescue, Scutti South Perth, Second Bite
– J M Wright Memorial Fund
– Carter Family Fund
– Fremantle Players Fremantle Community
– The Smith and Jones Fund
– The Townes Fund
Fulton and Hogan
GRAMs Geraldton Aboriginal Medical Services
Gymnastics Western Australia
Midwest, Employment & Economic Aboriginal Corporation (MEEDAC)
Mrs Mac’s Shed
Protective Behaviours WA
Rotary Clubs of Western Australia
Sidney Myer Foundation
South West Development Commission
St. Patrick’s Community Support Centre
South West Aboriginal Medical Services
The Jack Family Charitable Trust
Vicinity Centres (Rockingham City Shopping Centre)
WA Primary Health Alliance
Westcare Disability Print
Crime Stoppers is an integral part of community safety. The information gathered and supplied by the community is essential in assisting the WA Police with crime solving and prevention. The local community forms the foundation of local Crime Stoppers programs.
As a partner, PCYC encourages and fosters the relationship between Crime Stoppers and local youth.
WA Police have worked in partnership with the WA PCYC to provide old and unused vehicles, equipment and bicycles for young people to practice their mechanical trade skills. The WA PCYC Goals4Life courses and programs include an initiative to deliver mechanical automotive knowledge and practical skills, using real life training…
Collie PCYC is in the news again with more recognition from the local community. On 26 January 2019, Collie PCYC was presented with the 2019 Australia Day Community Group of the Year award for its programs and support directed towards the youth of Collie. This award is in recognition of…
Kensington PCYC hosted the final Driver Education session on Friday 14 December 2018 delivered fortnightly by our Centre based Youth Crime Intervention Officers. The one day educational theory session enables successful participants to obtain their Learners Permit. The sessions are free and extremely popular with most sessions running wait lists…
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