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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News Stories

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


Great accolade for gym work

Chris Coleman (centre), who retired from the Jumbuks gym program at PCYC Sutherland at the end of last year, has been named Kindergym coach of the year for 2015 by Gymnastics NSW. Chris was at the club for 30 years and was recognised by Gymnastics NSW for all her hard work with the club’s Kindergym […]

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No ping pong here – this is serious

The table tennis team from PCYC Fairfield/Cabramatta scooped the pool at the NSW State Table Tennis Championships. Coached by Soyeon Kim three boys came home with gold medals: Alex Lee (under 18 and under 15 boys’ singles), Hwan Bae (under 13 and under 11 boys’ singles) and Won Bae (under 10 boys’ singles). Club manager […]

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Community recognition for club

PCYC Parramatta was presented with a community service award at last Wednesday’s annual changeover dinner for the Parramatta Lions Club. Manager Jeannie Banks (pictured) said her club had been supported greatly by the local Lions club and its members. “We have yearly financial assistance with purchasing equipment, sponsoring our trivia night and boxing tournament and […]

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Parkway Drive hits Bateau Bay

More than 1000 young people packed PCYC Bateau Bay last Thursday night for what club manager Cathy Ross described as a “brilliant alcohol and drug-free advocate band night”. Parkway Drive, a metalcore band from Byron Bay, played the club as part of its All Aussie Adventure tour. “There no problems, the young people were all […]

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