We are proud to maintain the WA Police Force as our Key Partner and collaborator in delivering significant youth programs and activities that contribute to community safety. The WA Police Force continue to commit to our organisation by supporting the development and delivery of our programs that are aimed at repeat offenders and at risk youth, as they contribute to state Government and policing outcomes.
We continue to form robust and cohesive working partnerships with local service providers to develop important policies, procedures and strategies in order to maximise the safety of children and youth participating in recreational activities and program both within our centres and outside of our organisation.
Crime Stoppers is an integral part of community safety with the information gathered and supplied by the community essential to assisting the WA Police Force with crime solving and prevention. The local community forms the foundation of local Crime Stoppers programs, and as a partner we encourage and foster the relationship between Crime Stoppers and our local youth.
If you have any information about criminal activity or suspicious behaviour, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online. You can remain anonymous if you wish and you may have the missing piece that helps solve a crime.
State and Local Government
Through collaboration, engagement, relationship building and funding from State and Local Government agencies we are able to deliver programs and activities that contribute to overall community security and safety. We continue to work closely with the State Government, elected Members, local government authorities, youth justice teams and other community drivers to deliver our diversionary programs and recreational activities.
Youth Service Providers
To remain competitive and sustainable, we continue to work closely with a number of like-minded youth service providers to deliver just re-investment activities and development programs that are relevant to young people, and that contribute to achieving mutual state government and WA Police Force outcomes.
Kalgoorlie PCYC held their official centre relaunch on Thursday the 19th April 2018, after undergoing a $1.2 million upgrade as part of the $10.25M state-wide infrastructure upgrade program. Hon Michelle Roberts MLA; Minister for Police and Road Safety and Commissioner of Police, Mr Chris Dawson APM attended with other dignitaries…
Northam PCYC have moved back in to their centre on Monday 19th March after extensive renovations where approximately $780,000 was invested into the centre as part of the state government funded infrastructure upgrade program. The newly refurbished centre features a new roof and external cladding, stainless steel kitchen facilities, revamped…
Rockingham PCYC is known for its recreational activities like Gymnastics, Archery and Air Rifles but is also starting to build a strong reputation for delivering a range of educational programs benefiting vulnerable young people including young offenders and other disengaged youth at risk who require a different approach to mainstream…