Kyabram Blue Light

Kyabram Blue Light was established in 2006 and is led by Leading Senior Constable Mitchell Bull and supported by dedicated volunteers.

Kyabram Blue Light deliver a range of programs and events to the local community including KyFit, skate park events, excursions, fun runs and camps.

About KyFit

KyFit is a weekly fitness program for young people aged between 12 and 16 years.  The program targets young people including those at-risk of disengaging from their peers, school, and community.
The weekly sessions involve team building and physical training activities where police members and youth participants are actively engaged, working together to build trust and respect.
The benefits of this program are many and include:
  • community support for young people fostering accountability, a sense of belonging, compassionate guidance, trust, and respect
  • opportunities for young people to increase their social networks
  • increased self-confidence and self-belief leading to young people becoming increasingly involved in their local community through sport and other activities
  • stronger partnerships between local police, schools and organisations who support young people
  • increased school attendance

Blue Light Discos

Blue Light Discos are an opportunity for local police and community members to work collaboratively together to host a fun experience for young people in a safe environment. Our Blue Light Discos are held at a range of venues and are best suited to young people of primary school age.
Our branches are located across Victoria and rely on the support of volunteers to help stage their events and activities. 
Quite simply we couldn’t do what we do without volunteer support.
Our branches have a range of volunteer opportunities supporting events and activities which create and promote positive experiences for young people. 
Should you decide to volunteer for the Kyabram branch it will be mandatory for Blue Light Victoria to carefully screen volunteer applications to ensure we adhere to Victorian Government Child Safety policy.
  • A current Working With Children Check (WWC)
  • A National Police Check
  • Will need to sign an agreement acknowledging that you understand our Code of Conduct for Working with Children
  • Have read and understood the Blue Light Victoria Child Safety Policy

Ways to support

Get involved! By supporting Blue Light Victoria, you are giving the gift of confidence, connection and learning to young people in need.

Contact us

Interested in supporting Blue Light Victoria? Whether it’s by making a general inquiry, exploring program options for your school or community organisation, or learning about volunteer opportunities, feel free to reach out to us!

Join our community and let us keep you informed on how we are empowering young people to be their best self.