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Safety first for Honeywood students

Over the course of a week the entire student body at Honeywood Primary School travelled on excursion to Constable Care Safety School to learn practical road safety skills, thanks to...

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Student filmmakers to explore the concerning issue of street safety

Registrations are now open for the 2020 Your Call short film competition, which is run in conjunction with the WA Police Force and the Commissioner for Children and Young People.

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Theatre program helps young people share their stories

Thanks to a Federal Government grant Constable Care Child Safety Foundation (CCCSF) will be delivering our theatre-in-education Theatrical Response Group (TRG) program to young people from Western Australia's African and...

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New survey shows half of WA students experience bullying

The Commissioner for Children and Young People has today released the results from a survey of almost 5000 WA students from Year 4-12.

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Time for a digital health check

According to a recent survey - 94% of teenagers and 67% of primary school age children have a smart device. But here's what you might not know.

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Looking back at 2019

2019 was a milestone year for Constable Care Child Safety Foundation. It marked a huge three decades of keeping WA kids and young people safe!

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Crime Stoppers WA put the brakes on bike theft with Bikelinc

To help reduce bike theft in WA, Crime Stoppers WA has developed Bikelinc - an online community tool that helps bike-minded people keep bikes with their rightful owners.

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Summer Safety Tips

Classrooms across the state are buzzing in excitement for the approaching school holidays. Constable Care Child Safety Foundation CEO David Gribble says that parents should not forget to talk...

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