Our Mission

We get young people active in life. We work with Young people to develop their skills, character and leadership. We reduce and prevent crime by and against young people.

PCYC was established in 1937 by Police Commissioner William John Mackay. It was a partnership forged with the community via Rotary to provide young people with a safe and positive alternative to the streets. Over 75 years later that vision has grown and Police Citizens Youth Clubs NSW is one of Australia’s leading youth focussed organisations. We provide an extensive and varied range of fun, safe activities for young people and the wider community. We are focussed on the reduction of crime by and against young people and on the promotion of citizenship within communities across the state.

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Find out about events, media coverage and good new stories of PCYC NSW

Parkes

Men’s Shed chips in for local kids- Parkes PCYC

Picture and Story by Parkes Champion post: http://www.parkeschampionpost.com.au/story/3876278/mens-shed-chips-in-for-local-kids/ The Parkes PCYC has a brand  new table tennis table – its first – as a result of the Parkes Men’s Shed. The need for an activity for teenage kids was brought to the attention of the Men’s Shed and table tennis was mentioned. As a result, the […]

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armidale

Hundreds flock to Armidale

Young people came from more than 100 kilometres away to attend an Youth Week event at PCYC Armidale. It was organised in conjunction with Armidale Council and the Pathways and Healthwise organisations. PCYC Armidale manager Demian Coates said more than 300 young people from as far away as Tamworth, Walcha and Uralla attended. “We were […]

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Moree

Moree awash with colours

A COLOUR run fundraiser organised by PCYC Moree has been hailed a resounding triumph. Hundreds of people took part in the recent event, leading organisers to brand the day a “huge success”. “We had approximately 600 participants this year which was slightly up on last year’s numbers, however it was great to see a lot […]

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Dee why

Big cheque progresses Dee Why

The development of a major new PCYC for Sydney’s northern beaches took a step forward at Dee Why this morning. PCYC NSW CEO Darren Black and member for Wakehurst and NSW Minister for Family and Community Services and Social Housing Brad Hazzard formally presented the financial contribution from the state government through PCYC to Warringah […]

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