Overview

ACT Policing's Constable Kenny Koala program is designed to educate child care and primary-aged school children between three to 12 years of age on a range of safety themes, and to encourage them to turn to police for help and advice.

Constable Kenny Koala has been a visible figure in the ACT for more than 30 years, and is a popular 'trusted' character used to address several safety issues, primarily driven by a crime prevention approach.

The program is all about teaching children how to 'stay ok' — how they can make the right choices, recognising that there are consequences associated with the decisions we make. This also provides them with a level of awareness of appropriate safety behaviours to prevent them becoming a victim of crime, or a perpetrator of crime.

Constable Kenny Koala helps us achieve our mission of 'keeping the peace and preserving public safety in the ACT' through early childhood education.

Find out more information about Constable Kenny Koala's:
History
Program information
Handler
School and event visits
• High-visibility vest pilot program 
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