Around 8500 young people are expected to visit the South West during the official Leavers period, from Monday November 18 to Thursday November 21, to celebrate the end of secondary school.
In line with the State Government Leavers Strategy, secondary school leavers will be supported to have a safe and enjoyable time with well organised activities and entertainment.
Designated Leavers Entertainment Zones, as well as transport, activities and support services, will be set up in Dunsborough and Busselton to offer safe environments for young people to party with others of their own age.
Many other agencies - such as the Department of Health, St John Ambulance, Red Frogs, and Baptist Church Green Team - along with hundreds of volunteers, will be in attendance to assist.
Additional police will be sent to the South West before, during and after the official Leavers period.
The Leavers WA 2019 app for iPhone and android is available and is the best way to get information about the Leavers Week in the South West.
Police Minister Michelle Roberts said Leavers Week has become a rite of passage after 13 long years of schooling and we want people to enjoy themselves.
"We've got lots of volunteers, who along with police, are working very hard to ensure the safety of our young people," she said.
"We want this to be a great week, a week that is celebrated and remembered for the right reasons.
"It's worth remembering that mistakes you make can follow you for a very long time, so by all means party hard, but party clean."
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