PCYC Queensland is an approved registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for profits Commission (ACNC). As a charitable, not-for-profit organisation we exist to promote the welfare of others with young people at the heart of all that we do.


Queensland Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association (QPCYWA) is our registered name.  QPCYWA is a constitutional member-based association and a company limited by guarantee to ensure we can deliver our vision. Our Board oversees our governance to assist local operations that operate under our trading name of PCYC Queensland.  PCYC Queensland’s recent certification under the government’s Human Services Quality Framework emphasises our commitment to embedding corporate governance and continuous improvement standards required by the QPS, our government, corporate partners and the communities we serve.

Our Business

We operate in the community under our PCYC Queensland business name. Our 53 clubs operationalise our vision by delivering local programs and services, to meet youth development, crime prevention and local community needs.

Our Board

Queensland Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association (QPCYWA) is our registered name. QPCYWA is a constitutional member-based association and a company limited by guarantee to ensure we are able to deliver our mission or purpose. Our Board oversees our governance to assist our local operations, which operate under our PCYC Queensland business or trading name, to deliver our vision.

Garry Humphries MBA, Dip EM, ADCR, MAICD, RAA
QPCYWA Chairman
Garry is the current Chairman of QPCYWA. He holds a Masters in Business Administration, a qualification in Community Recreation, and Events Managements, served as a Reserve Officer with the Royal Australian Engineers and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Outside of PCYC Queensland, Garry is the Regional Manager of the Queensland Government Sport & Recreation Services for South West Queensland. He has proudly served Federal, State and Local Government in remote parts of Australia delivering participation programs, managing remote outdoor education facilities, after school centres, Municipal pools, sports centres and developed a city wide events program catering to the Logan sport and recreation services in South Western Queensland. With this experience and passion, Garry brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to PCYC Queensland.

Dr Cassandra Cross
Deputy Chair

Dr Cassandra Cross is a Senior Lecturer, School of Justice at the Queensland University of Technology. She teaches policing, crime prevention and cybercrime, with her research predominantly focused around issues relating to online fraud victimisation. However she also has a keen interest in crime prevention and how this is applied in a policing context to young people. Cassandra has been a member of the PCYC Carindale branch committee since 2009, and has also conducted a state-wide evaluation into the crime prevention and community safety outcomes of PCYC Queensland branches to their local community. This has given her a strong insight into the strengths of the organisation as well as opportunities for improvement and development.

Stephen Davies

Steve has been married to Simone for 30 Years and has two adult daughters, Tanielle and Brooke and recently became a granddad to Ezra. For over 12 years Steve worked in the not-for-profit sector with the final six of those years as a Chief Executive Officer. In 2005, Steve bought his own Bank of Queensland Franchise that he has owned in partnership with his brother Brett. In 2012, Steve was elected to State Government as the Member for Capalaba, during his time was privileged to be entrusted with Chairmanship of both The Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee and the Finance and Administration Committee. Steve’s current passion is working in Advertising which has been a long term dream.

Jo-Anne Henderson

Jo-Anne has over 35 years of experience within the QPS. She holds a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education (Adult and Workplace) and Masters (Leadership and Management in Policing). Jo-Anne currently holds the rank of Riverside Patrol Group Inspector, South Brisbane District, within Brisbane region. She has previously worked as Inspector, Child Safety Coordination Unit, Child Safety and Sexual Crime Group, State Crime Operations Command for five years. In 2014, Jo-Anne was the first female QPS Visiting Fellow seconded to the Australian Institute of Police Management (AIMP), Manly NSW. Jo-Anne was also awarded the Australian Police Medal (APM) in 2016 for her demonstrated training and leadership capabilities within QPS.

Murray Boyte BCA, CA, MAICD
Murray originally joined PCYC Queensland filling a casual vacancy on the Board in the middle of 2017. Murray is a Certified Accountant (CA) in Australia and New Zealand and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce and Administration. He brings to our organisation more than 35 years in merchant banking and finance, as well as company reconstructions in Australia, New Zealand, North America and Hong Kong. In addition, Murray has held executive positions and directorships in transport, horticulture, financial services and the property sector. He was also the Chief Executive of an ASX listed company from 2002 to 2015 and over the past 10 years has been the chair on a number of Boards. Today, Murray is self-employed and regularly travels both domestically and internationally to meet his various commitments. He is a member of the Institute of Directors New Zealand, Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Chartered Accountants Institute of Australia and New Zealand.

Eva Ford-Murphy

Ms Ford-Murphy is a marketing communications professional with more than 20 years’ experience across engineering, infrastructure, energy, resources and transport sectors. She is currently the Head of Communications in Australia for global technology company ABB. She has extensive expertise in brand positioning, driving customer interest and loyalty, leading large‐scale community and stakeholder engagement programs, and supporting organisations through wide‐scale change. Eva holds a Masters in Communication Studies (Public Relations) from the Queensland University of Technology and Bachelor of Arts majoring in psychology from the University of Queensland.

Sandie Angus

Ms Angus is an experienced strategic leader and non-executive director with significant legal, governance, risk management and change management expertise. She is admitted as a solicitor and has over thirty years experience working in law firms and in the government finance and electricity sectors. She sits on the boards of various not-for-profit companies in the health, sports and disability sectors. She holds a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB), is a Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) and is a member of the Queensland Law Society.

Neil Scales

Mr Scales holds the position of Director-General with the Department of Transport and Main Roads.  He holds undergraduate and post graduate degrees in Engineering, and MBA and is a Fellow of three major UK engineering institutions.  In 2005, Mr Scales received an OBE for services to public transport.  He is the current Government Champion for Woorabinda.

Deputy Commissioner Paul Stewart

Mr Stewart is currently the Deputy Commissioner of Community Corrections and Specialist operations  within Queensland Corrective Services Department. Previously he was the Assistant Commissioner of People Capability Command within the Queensland Police Service (QPS) and prior to that the Assistant Commissioner of Community Contact Command. Mr Stewarts background within the QPS is in the forensic science field, working throughout the State as a scientific officer and culminating in his role as the Superintendent, Forensic Services Branch from 2000 to 2007, involved in many major criminal investigations.  He holds a Master of Technology Management and a Bachelor of Science and been the Chair of the Senior Managers Australian and New Zealand Forensic Laboratories (SMANZFL) group and was the President of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society (ANZFSS). Mr Stewart is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Academy in Quantico, Virginia with studies in police leadership and management, human behaviour, criminal profiling and crime analysis.  He brings considerable experience in police leadership, people capability and management, financial management, change management and high level information and technology management skills within a large public sector organisation to the board of the QPCYWA.

Alan Davey APM FAIM 
Company Secretary
After joining the Queensland Police Service (QPS) in 1974, Alan has had the privilege of working in a variety of fields and during his career managed a number of large Police Districts, been the Operations Coordinator and relieved for lengthy periods as Assistant Commissioner in charge of the South East Police Region.  In 2007 he was promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner and after holding various executive appointments within the QPS retired as the Assistant Commissioner, Central Region in November 2012.  In 2006 he was awarded the Australian Police Medal in recognition of his outstanding leadership skills and commitment to change within the QPS. During 2014 he was engaged as the Racing Integrity Advisor within the Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing working with a team to establish the ‘Racing Integrity Commission’. Read more

In October 2016 he retired from the Board of the PCYC, after eight years as a Director.  In November that year he was engaged by the organisation to implement a revised ‘Governance Structure’ to ensure the company complied with all legislative requirements.  As a consequence of the revised structure along with a raft of other changes the PCYC achieved the ‘Charity Tick’ from the ‘Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission’ (ACNC).  In April 2017 he was appointed the PCYC Company secretary.

He holds a a Masters Degree in Public Administration (EMPA), is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management (FAIM) and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).  He has also been awarded the Australian Police Medal, the National Medal with the 35 year clasp, the National Police Service Medal, the Queensland Police Service medal with 35 year clasp and the Queensland Police Meritorious Service Medal.

Phil Schultz
PCYC Queensland Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

As CEO of PCYC Queensland since January 2016, Phil brings with him a wealth of knowledge from over 17 years’ experience in the not-for-profit sector. Prior to joining PCYC, Phil held many positions within Mission Australia such as State Director, General Manager and Operations Manager. During this time he assisted in an effective organisational restructure as well as leading a cultural change program which consistently delivered high levels of success across Queensland and the Northern Territory. Phil’s passion lies within youth development and delivering programs that assist people going through tough times and views his position with PCYC as an opportunity to create change for individuals and Communities.

Relevant Links:
2017 Director Nomination Form
2017 Board Vacancy Package
QPCYWA Company Membership Form
Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC)

Whistle-blower Service

PCYC Queensland is committed to the highest standards of ethical behaviour and integrity. We encourage the reporting of matters that might include:

  • Corrupt conduct
  • Fraud or theft
  • Official misconduct
  • Maladministration

Whistle-blower disclosures may be reported using any of the below avenues:

Website:  Online Form 
Phone:  (07) 3909 9500
Email:  [email protected]
Post:  Whistle-blower Contact Officer, PCYC Queensland, PO Box 3445, Tingalpa QLD 4173