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Our Volunteers

Qld Blue Light is operated by a dedicated band of Police and Civilian volunteers whose contribution enables us to continue to provide safe, supervised entertainment and activities for the youth of Queensland. We currently have 77 branches throughout Queensland, and are always looking for people who share our passion and are willing to volunteer some time.

If you are interested in helping the QBLAI continue it’s work throughout Queensland, please contact your local Blue Light Branch. Alternatively you can contact QBLAI State Office.

You will be required to fill out a Volunteer Application Form and show proof of identity.

You must also be the holder of a current Blue Card for working with children. This card is issued by the Queensland Public Safety Business Agency.

If you currently hold a Blue Card, you will need to complete the Authorisation to confirm a valid Blue Card form.

If you do not have a Blue Card, you need to fill in an Application form.

Further information about Blue Cards can be found on the Blue Card Services


The same form is used for new applications as well as renewals, and needs to be filled out and submitted to the QPSBA. It generally takes between 4 - 8 weeks for processing.

If you already have a valid Blue Card, you need to fill out an Authorisation to Confirm a Valid Blue Card form. This will make QBLAI noted as an interested party, so that we will be notified if there are any changes to your Blue Card status.

Police Officers and School Teachers can fill out an Exemption Card Application. You will be issued with a card that will remain valid for as long as you are a serving Police Officer or registered Teacher. (The normal cards expire after 3 years)

A QBLAI Volunteer Application form must be filled out and submitted to State Office. Your proof of identity documents will need to be sighted and signed off by an authorised representative of your local Blue Light Branch.

New Volunteers will be given a hard copy of the QBLAI Volunteer Handbook. It contains important information with regards to your role, rights and responsibilities as a QBLAI Volunteer.




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