Australia’s pre-eminent youth organisation working with Police and community to empower young people to reach their potential.
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. Over 80 years later that vision has grown and now operates in 64 sport and recreational locations across NSW and is one of Australia’s leading youth-focused organisations.
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2017 Annual Report now available
PCYC NSW Annual report is now available to read and download here.
NSW Police Commissioner launches new strategy to redivert disengaged youth
NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller APM is taking a new approach to youth engagement, today launching a strategy to connect disengaged youth to employment opportunities and support services. As part of the Commissioner’s strategy to prioritise youth engagement, RISEUP incorporates job ready programs, mentoring and vocational training for at risk youth aged between 15 and […]
Ten psychological and social benefits of sport
Whether you join a boxing club in a city or cycle through the outback, sports offer numerous advantages, both at individual and group levels. Sports are good for your health, keep you fit, build muscle and burn calories, making you feel amazing. Beyond physical benefits, sports can help you and your community in other ways. […]
A closer look at our martial arts and boxing programs
Working out improves your health and body image, but going to the gym every day can get a little dull. Each piece of equipment is designed to exercise specific parts of your body, but all those sets and reps can quickly become monotonous. That’s why full-body exercise is becoming more popular. Activities such as dance […]
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