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Aboriginal Programs Unit
NSW Department of Justice and Attorney General
This fact sheet provides information on the Safe Aboriginal youth (SAY) program, which aims to reduce the rate of juvenile offending in New South Wales.
The SAY program provides two different youth support options (patrol and activities) that are implemented by non-government organisations and operate in 11 communities. The SAY patrol model provides a safe transport and outreach service for young people who are on the streets late at night. The SAY activity model provides supervised recreational and structured activities and access to food.
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Crime Prevention Programs
Justice Strategy and Policy
Department of Justice
Locked Bag 5111
Parramatta NSW 2124
Ph: (02) 8688 3277
Fax: (02) 8688 9627
The Safe Aboriginal youth (SAY) program provided two different youth support options, a Safe Aboriginal youth patrol and a Safe Aboriginal youth activity program.