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2023 Constable Care Family Day a sell-out success


NEWS UPDATE 02.05.2023

2023 Constable Care Family Day a sell-out success

Arc is a Foundation Partner of the Constable Care Safety School and attended their Emergency Services Family Day again this year.

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Arc Infrastructure was proud to once again be a part of the Constable Care Safety School Emergency Services Family Day, held in April.

The sell-out Family Day was back in 2023, once again providing families a fun day out to learn more about emergency services operating in the State.

This year the unique event gave hundreds of children the opportunity to meet police officers and their canine trainees, firefighters, and ambulance officers. Western Power demonstrated the dangers of a fallen power pole, and there were a number of emergency response vehicles on site for the children to explore.

A team of Arc volunteers were on hand to talk about rail safety and demonstrate the Track Splat video game.  Arc Infrastructure’s friendly mascot Jack was around to say hello and pose for photos, while our volunteers handed out bouncy balls and colour your own Jack Splat fridge magnets.

This is the fourth year the family day has been held at the Safety School, which has maintained its popularity even after a COVID hiatus in 2020.

Constable Care Foundation CEO Ian Anstee said tickets to the event had sold out within hours.

“It’s a real highlight in our calendar of events, and so popular with families across Perth.”

“There’s so much for the kids to explore and learn about from rail safety with Arc to the chance to see and speak to mounted police officers and their horses,” Mr Anstee said. 

“We are grateful for the ongoing support from Arc Infrastructure and their involvement in Family Day.”

Arc Infrastructure is a Foundation Partner of the Constable Care Safety School which opened in Maylands in July 2017. Arc Infrastructure has contributed more than $330,000 to the Safety School, including a direct funding contribution of $250,000 to create the state-of-the-art learning environment that includes a replica town with fully functioning traffic lights and rail crossings.

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