Constable Care Foundation regularly publish releases to inform the media about our programs, services, community initiatives or responses to child safety issues.
New look and name for WA icon
Busselton students win big in state-wide film competition
10 tips for safe trick or treating
New Virtual Reality Movie to Help Curb Bullying
Constable Care hits world stage with launch of award-winning safety education app in UK
Constable Care safety education App wins national Road Safety Award
WA's much-loved Constable turns 30!
Interactive short film to deter adolescents from car theft
Construction to start on WA's much-needed road and transport safety school for children
From Classroom to Film Set: Your Call Launches Competition
CCCSF Launches Domestic Violence Education for Schools in WA
Safety concerns for children using Tinder
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Constable Care Foundation is a recognised leader in safety education for children and youth throughout Western Australia.
Through its rich 32 year history the Constable Care 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 Youth Choices safety education program since it began in 1989.
To prevent harm to children young people and the community.
No, Constable Care Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable organisation.
Now known as Constable Care Foundation, the WA icon has revealed a modern new look which embodies its vision of a safer community for all children and young people.
For more than 32 years, CCF has led the way in safety education for young people across Western Australia. The new logo represents the two C’s in Constable Care and a rippling out effect of knowledge and empowerment that the character brings.
Best known for widely-respected primary school puppet and theatre shows, over the past six years CCF has expanded into Secondary Schools and released innovative technology-based safety products. Safety services are also offered to the wider community at major public and community events. The Foundation’s new name and the dropping of the words 'child safety' reflect the expansion into youth and family safety services.
Constable Care is still very much part of the Constable Care Foundation. Both the character and the logo will continue to be strongly associated with the Foundation, supporting children and community programs throughout Western Australia.
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.