Project Booyah is an established 20-week early-intervention program for disadvantaged young people developed by the Queensland Police Service (QPS).

Project Booyah, translates to an expression for 'joy, excitement or triumph'. The Project is a structured community inclusive program incorporating adventure based learning, social and emotional skills development, mentoring, functional literacy/numeracy and vocational education and training to support identified at risk young people to regain a sense of their own self-worth, build resilience and make better life choices.

This manual has been developed for facilitators participating in the program.

Enquiries:  

The course has been developed by the Queensland Police Service in collaboration with CQUniversity as a community partnership.

For all enquiries contact Detective Senior Sargeant Ian Frame