Youth Night Patrol
What we do:
The SAY Patrol (Safe Aboriginal Youth Patrol) is a program for the safe transport of young people to their homes, or a safe place at night.
The aim of the SAY Patrol is to provide safety for young people at risk of danger or anti-social behaviour.
The SAY Patrol (previously known as the Community Patrol) is used in Dubbo for the following services:
- Night Patrolling
The SAY Patrol team are all friendly, well respected role models, who are dedicated to the care and protection of our youth.
They can be relied upon to offer confidential support to community members in need.
Other services available are information and service referral to agencies that can assist in emergency situations or simply just a friend to talk to.
The patrol services the community on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings and times vary depending on the need and the weather.
If you have a complaint about the service you are welcome to discuss the matter with our Night Patrol co-ordinator.
It is a condition when using the patrol service that:
- No drugs or alcohol are permitted on the bus
- No violence, threats, intimidation or offensive language will be tolerated
- Graffiti or willful damage to the bus will result in suspension of the service until further notice
For more information, please refer to the brochure below or contact the centre on 02 6883 2300