Outreach program mission

To extend our current practices and services, IDCARE is reaching out and connecting with vulnerable communities with a real personal presence, responding to the victims and fostering an enduring resilience in the fight against cybercrimes, scams and identity theft.

This strategic program will consist of mobile pop-up clinics across outback Australia to ensure a wide and impactful coverage of remote and regional communities – targeting those most in need.

IDCARE is reaching out to communities where many feel forgotten to provide personal direct priority access to IDCARE services.
Follow us on our journey through remote and regional Australia
Traralgon, VIC
Dalkeith Heights Retirement Community
September
26
2022
1:30pm
Private Event
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Moe, VIC
Moe Neighbourhood Centre
September
27
2022
6:30pm
Public Event
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Traralgon, VIC
Traralgon RSL
September
29
2022
2pm
Private Event
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Get Involved in the Community Champion Network
Australia needs to re-imagine cybercrime prevention, awareness and response. It starts and ends with communities and their resilience. More than 80% of IDCARE clients self-detect, in other words, it’s not Government or banks or others that are the first detectors of such crimes. It’s victims and families, the bystanders across communities. We need to empower communities to build resilience to fight the hi-tech, deceptive and persuasive techniques employed by cyber criminals.
The solution to scams lies in our communities and building their resilience from within
By registering your interest and becoming a Community Champion  - you will help to raise awareness about the current scams, cyber-threats and online enabled crime affecting your community.

You will be our point of contact on the ground when CROC rolls into town!
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Bathurst
CROC visited Bathurst
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Coen
CROC visited Coen
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Tamworth
CROC visits Tamworth
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