Day for Daniel

Day for Daniel is an initiative of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, supported by the AFP through the National Missing Persons Coordination Centre. The main objective of Day for Daniel is to raise awareness of child safety.

Day for Daniel is a fun day with a serious message, where schools, businesses and communities participate in activities aimed at making the world a safer place for children.

Getting involved is as easy as wearing red, hosting a red-themed morning tea, inviting a police officer to talk at your school or watching the Foundation RED child safety DVD.

Day for Daniel is not a memorial day - it is a learning day for our children.

Tour de Tassie

In partnership with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Tasmania Police, the AFP is proud to again support Day for Daniel (Morcombe) through an educational tour of Tasmania, 'Tour de Tassie'.

Taking place from Monday 4 September to Friday 15 September, the tour will focus on providing child and cyber safety awareness presentations to local communities.

If you would like to get involved and find out some important tips in keeping your kids safe online, there are a number of parent ThinkUKnow cyber sessions you can attend:

More information

National Security Hotline

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AFP Annual Report 2016-17 now available

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