Media

Constable Care Child Safety Foundation regularly publish releases to inform the media about our programs, services, community initiatives or responses to child safety issues.

Media Contacts

For media interviews, information about the Foundation, or to be updated on facts and figures on issues affecting child safety in WA, please contact:

Diane Ainsworth

9272 0006 / 041 2000 606

diane@cccsf.org.au

Natasha Smith

9272 0004

natasha@cccsf.org.au

Publications

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Constable Care Child Safety Foundation is a recognised leader in safety education for children and youth throughout Western Australia.

Through its rich 26 year history the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation has effectively communicated safety and crime prevention concepts through performance based education. The Foundation supports the growing needs of children by developing ongoing programs and products relevant to the challenges faced by young people today. Over two million primary and secondary school children have participated in a Constable Care or Theatrical Response Group safety education program since it began in 1989.

To prevent harm to children young people and the community.

No, Constable Care Child Safety Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable organisation.

Due to the expansion of the organisation, it has made the decision to introduce an overarching brand and logo but still acknowledging and building upon its existing sub-brands of Constable Care, TRG and the Child Safety Awards in the appropriate service contexts. 

The new brand represents the protective behaviours hand concept and represents the five crucial areas of work of the organisation now covers.  This includes:

  • Enabling young people’s exploration of key safety and health issues through inactive theatre-in-education and online programs;

  • Developing children’s road and transport safety knowledge and behaviour through experimental learning centre-based programs;

  • Delivering best practice lost child services at community and major events across WA;

  • Providing much-needed comfort packs to children in crisis, and;

  • Recognising the communities dedicated to child and youth safety work through the WA Child Safety Awards.

The jigsaw piece within the new logo represents the shaping and problem solving nature of the Foundation’s harm prevention work with young people.

Constable Care is still very much part of the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation.  Both the character and the logo will continue to be strongly associated with the Foundation, supporting children and community programs throughout Western Australia.

Yes.  Constable Care will still attend primary schools, community events and be the face of our new Safety School scheduled to be open in late 2016.

Each year, we rely on the generosity of the Western Australian people, business community and government to cover the costs of delivering our community programs and services through donations and sponsorship.  Funds raised are received directly by the Foundation and distributed to each of our strategic initiatives.

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