Intercept is a youth diversion program that provides positive engagement opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk young people aged 12-16.

The program is a joint collaboration between the Purple Hands Foundation, Fremantle Dockers and local Police that provides a safe space for young people to build self-esteem and confidence through the vehicle of sport and physical activity.

The program is delivered once a week with one hour of skill-focused football, followed by the participants, coaches and police sharing a meal and engaging in informal discussions on a range of topics including going to school, actions and consequences, respect and inclusion, education and job opportunities.