Creating safer communities for children And young people.

WA Child Safety Services is Western Australia’s not-for-profit provider of Protective Behaviours, Online Safety and Child Protection education and resources.

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Our Statement of Commitment to Child Safety

WA Child Safety Services is deeply committed to nurturing a culture that prioritises the safety and empowerment of all children involved in our programs and services. We recognise that children are vulnerable and have a fundamental right to be protected from harm, therefore we pledge to uphold the highest standards of child safety and wellbeing in our everyday practices.

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Our programs

Our passionate and accredited team collectively brings decades of experience offering services in metropolitan, regional and remote areas across the state.

Our core programs include:

Protective Behaviours

Protective Behaviours is a personal safety program that teaches children skills and strategies to recognise and respond to a range of unsafe situations.

Child Protection Education

Our facilitators share sector knowledge and experience to build the capacity of participants to identify and respond to child abuse, neglect, and grooming.

Online Safety

Our Online Safety workshops are backed by the latest research and provide practical and realistic advice to parents and people working with children.

Teen Talk

The program educates and empowers young people to have safe, respectful, and positive online and in-person experiences.

Lived Experience Presentations

A person sharing their story connects on a fundamental human level and brings a rich depth of understanding.


A collection of Protective Behaviours, Cyber Safety, Digital Wellness, Media Literacy and Pornography education books and resources.

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Yarning quiet ways


Protective Behaviours Themes Poster


Helping Hand Network Activity Sheet


Network Invitation Letter


Online Safety Parent & Carer Guide


Family Tech Agreement


Girls & Puberty + Boys & Puberty


Relationships, Sex & Other Stuff Booklet


Talk soon. Talk often.




1 in 3 girls

1 in 7 boys

Have experienced sexual abuse


Of abused children Are abused by a relative or someone they know

1 in 3


Would not believe children if they Disclosed they were being abused


Our Vision

Is to create safer communities for children and young people.

Our values


Our qualified team of professionals strives for quality, accountability and integrity in all aspects of our organisation.


Our qualified team of professionals strives for quality, accountability and integrity in all aspects of our organisation.


Respect is at the core of what we do – respect for our clients, our people and our community.


We aim to empower our clients with knowledge and skills to improve their safety.


We promote collaboration between people and groups within the community to achieve our aims.


Our commitment to creating safer communities is at the heart of our work.

What they say


Enthusiastic presenter. Excellent knowledge and skill in area that made the information relevant and interesting. Needs to be publicised, more parents, teachers, nurses, Dr’s need better knowledge and understanding of how to educate in Protective Behaviours.


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WA Child Safety Services win!

We are delighted to announce that WA Child Safety Services was selected as the winner of the Kidsafe WA Award at the 2022 Consumer Protection Awards.

Knowledge is power

Lack of knowledge and understanding about what children and young people are doing online is resulting in parents and carers feeling ill-equipped to deal with the vast array of applications their children use, games they play and websites they visit.

The Emoji Movie: Let’s talk about feelings!

The ‘Emoji Movie,’ based on the emoji symbols, was released by Sony Pictures Animation in July this year. The film centres around ‘Gene,’ a multi-expressional emoji who lives in a teenage boy’s phone. Gene sets out on a journey to become a normal ‘Meh’ emoji like his parents. For in the emoji world the expectation […]

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