The West Australian Ballet Centre in Maylands hosted Constable Care’s inaugural Showcase Event in May 2013. Attended by sponsors, friends and volunteers, the event began with a champagne and canape reception followed by four Constable Care performances.
Constable Care and his friends from Channel 7.
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AWARD 2012
City of Joondalup Youth Services Team
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CORPORATE PROGRAM AND PARTNERSHIP AWARD 2012
RAC - bstreetsmart
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT AWARD (DEPARTMENT AND AGENCY) 2012
WA Police and SDERA - Being Seen, Being Safe
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHILD SAFETY EMPLOYEE AWARD 2012
Lynelle Fozard - SDERA
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHILD SAFETY VOLUNTEER AWARD 2012
Amy Potter - Armadale Junior Football Club
John Hughes knows that child safety goes beyond the seatbelts and airbags in his vehicles. Thanks to the support and generosity of this iconic Perth business, the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation is heading back to school with a brand new uniform for their brand new vehicle.
John Hughes has provided a Volkswagen Caddy to the Maylands child safety organisation this year, taking their fleet of vans to three. New vehicle artwork wraps reflect the diverse Western Australian landscapes visited by the Constable Care team. Drivers passing on the left will see the red dust and farms of rural WA, while the right of the van is adorned with the Perth city skyline – complete with the WACA, the BHP Billiton building and the Bankwest Tower.
Every parent’s worst nightmare is to lose sight of their child at an event where there are thousands of people, with no visibility through the crowd and so much background noise that the parent or child’s voice cannot be heard.
Constable Care’s Lost Child Points provide an invaluable service, reuniting lost children with their parents or carers, and offer a convenient and safe family meeting point. Call (08) 9272 0000 or email email@example.com for information about Constable Care’s Lost Child Points at your next event.
Constable Care’s performances and puppet shows have been specially developed to reflect the issues affecting Western Australian communities. Scripts are written in collaboration with scriptwriters and relevant organisations to ensure they are entertaining and educational, and shows are performed by professionally trained actors and actresses.
Constable Care’s newest performance - Constable Care’s Dance Party - is perfect in an event or expo setting. After wowing the crowds at the Perth Royal Show and sharing the bill with Fat Cat at Telethon, this fun and interactive show has been attracting bookings ever since! Call (08) 9272 0000 for information about Constable Care performances, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.