After a COVID-induced hiatus in 2020, the Family Day was back bigger and better than ever. The unique event provides hundreds of children with the chance to meet police officers, firefighters and ambulance officers during the school holiday periods, as well as getting up close to see the trucks, equipment, ambulances as well as meet the people who keep the community safe.
A team of Arc volunteers were on hand to meet and assist young visitors to Arc Station. Visitors to the Station participated in the fun and interactive Track Splat Roadshow, featuring the Track Splat video game
with characters including Arc Infrastructure’s friendly mascot Jack, activities and giveaways for the kids.
The event was formally opened by Police Minister Michelle Roberts MLA, WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson and Road Safety Commissioner Adrian Warner.
Constable Care Foundation CEO David Gribble took the opportunity announce the WA icon’s rebrand to ‘Constable Care Foundation’
, revealing a modern new look which embodies the organisation’s vision of a safer community for all children and young people.
“This is an exciting time in Constable Care’s journey with the new brand reflecting our successful growth and strength in the community and supporting CCF’s ongoing expansion as we strive to make Western Australia a safer place for all children and young people,” Mr Gribble said.
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.