Who We Are

We are here not for income, but for outcome

Blue Light Victoria is an independent, for-purpose organisation for youth. The aim of Blue Light is to empower youth to reach their full potential regardless of the adversity they may face.

Established in 1976, Blue Light Victoria in partnership with Victoria Police has 42 branches across Victoria. Every year over 30,000 young people will attend a Blue Light event in metropolitan or rural Victoria.

Our program has developed into a crime prevention initiative, which aims primarily to identify and address the needs of young people who are ‘at risk’ and also provide education, crime reduction, life skills, cultural, social and sporting programs for young people aged between 5 and 18 years with a focus on but not restricted to youth at risk, indigineous, migrant and victims of crime.

Our events are tailored to meet the needs of each local community. Each Blue Light branch runs as an independent incorporation and consists of a committee made up of Victoria Police members and local community members. Programs will be developed to align with the Victoria Police Youth Strategy and to also address local youth demands and issues.
Growing up is a challenge and the transition to adulthood can be a difficult one for many young people. Blue Light provides positive opportunities for young people to engage with each other, with police and with the community.

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Our Mission

To enable youth engagement through the provision of Blue Light initiatives, between Victoria Police and the community, in order to achieve positive outcomes for young people.


What Our Donors Over the World Are Saying

My children are 6 and 8 and love love going to Kinglake Ranges blue light discos !!  I think they are a great event and feel my children are safe and well looked after with all the volunteers help!

Great place for the children to catch up in a safe environment. Also gives them a little independence.

Lorraine Franklin

Gets kids off the street in a country town that has very little for them to do without travelling distances

Brett Lewis