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National Police Cadet Corps

Objectives

  • To develop our members to be active citizens and community leaders, by working in partnership with Singapore Police Force to fight crime and keep Singapore safe. 
  • To develop our members into leaders with character and values.

Teachers-in-Charge

  • Mr Muhammad Fahmi Bin Mohd Abdoh (TIC)
  • Ms Alliot See Ai Xin 
  • Ms Julitta Chia Meng You

Training Days

Day Time Venue
Wednesday 3:00pm - 5:30pm NPCC room / Quadrangle, Area behind canteen
Friday2:30pm - 5:30pm NPCC room /Quadrangle, Area behind canteen

cca ACHIEVEMENTS

YEARAWARDS

2018

Unit Overall Proficiency Award (Gold, TBC)
2017 Unit Overall Proficiency Award (Silver)

2016

NPCC Challenge Shield

Programmes / Events

Name of Programme / Event Date / Month OBJECTIVES OF PROGRAMME / EVENT
CCA Fair  12 Jan To showcase the unit’s activities so that the Secondary 1 students may make an informed decision on whether to join NPCC
Unarmed Tactics (Secondary 2)
17 Jan
To equip cadets with basic self-defence skills used by the Police when interacting with potentially aggressive people
Leadership and Mentoring Skills Course (LMSC) (Secondary 3)  23 Jan
To develop the leadership skills of the cadets, focusing on the following 3 core skills and 3 elective skills in NPCC cadets:   

Core Skills
1. Leadership
2. Effective Communication
3. Team Dynamics  

Elective Skills
1. Goal Setting
2. Lesson Planning
3. Method of Instructions 
Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association Course (Secondary 2) 23 Jan To increase awareness of the threats of drug abuse, to encourage cadets to understand the importance of drug prevention and to prevent self and others against becoming victims to drug abuse. 
Community Service Project (CSSP) (Secondary 2) 25 Jan - 8 MarTo provide cadets with an opportunity to be active citizens by coming up with their own project and spreading crime prevention messages to the school 
Police Youth Ambassadors (PYA) (Secondary 3) 25 Jan - 8 Mar To provide cadets with an opportunity to be active citizens by coming up with their own project and spreading crime prevention messages to the community. 
Total Defence Badges 15 Feb
(Secondary 1 and Secondary 2) 
To promote awareness of, and involvement in, Total Defence among cadets. The cadets will learn more about our pillars of defence through a card game – Guardians of the City. 
Visit to Neighbourhood Police Centre
(Secondary 2) 
20 Feb To provide cadets insight to the activities that go on inside a neighbourhood police centre and to take a look at the police’s facilities and training area. 
Crime Scene Investigation 20 Feb
(Secondary 1),
2 Mar
(Secondary  2) 
To teach cadets the science, skills and processes involved in gathering evidence from a scene to solve a crime. 
Civil Defence
(Secondary 2) 
1 Mar This program aims to equip cadets with relevant skills on first aid and firefighting which will be useful in times of emergency. 
Non-Commissioned Officers Camp (Secondary 3)  March Holidays (TBC) To prepare incoming cadet leaders for their roles in leading the unit  
Police Knowledge 27 Mar To equip cadets with relevant knowledge on crime cases which most teenagers are likely to encounter, to cultivate in them a strong sense of respect for the law, and to instill a sense of responsibility in upholding the law 
Home Front Security (Secondary 3) 5 Apr To equip cadets with the relevant knowledge as follows:  
Greater awareness on specific threats like chemical, biological and radiological, and its effect on the human body.       

Skills and knowledge in identifying suspicious persons or items found in public places and transport.       

Public Warning System and Emergency Evacuation Procedures 
Visit to Police Heritage Centre (Secondary 1) 10 Apr To show cadets the history of the police and the key events in history in which the police played vital roles. 
Police Procedures May (TBC)To equip cadets with relevant knowledge on crime cases which students are more likely encounter, to cultivate in them a strong sense of respect for the law, and to instill a sense of responsibility in upholding the law 
NPCC Day
May    To instil in the cadets loyalty and dedication to the Corps
Basic Law
(Secondary 2) 
1 July (TBC) To equip cadets with relevant knowledge on crime cases which students are more likely encounter, to cultivate in them a strong sense of respect for the law, and to instill a sense of responsibility in upholding the law 
Inter-Uniformed Group Drill Competition and National Day Celebrations 8 AugTo provide cadets with a platform to showcase their proficiency in drills in the form of friendly competition 
Visit to Home Team Gallery
(Secondary 3) 
27 Aug To help cadets appreciate the role of the Singapore Police Force as part of a larger effort to maintain the safety and security of Singapore and its people 
Annual Camp Sept Holiday To foster camaraderie among the cadets and a sense of belonging to the CCA 
Adventure/Survival Training Camp
(Sec 2 and Sec 3) 
18 Oct - 20 Oct To instill discipline and confidence in the cadets as they overcomes numerous challenges 
Swearing In Ceremony (Secondary 1)
TBCThe ceremony welcomes our new members joining the NPCC family and instils a sense of belonging to the Corps
.22 Revolver Dry Shoot and Classification Shoot 
(Secondary 2 and 3) 
TBC To equip cadets with basic revolver handling skills in order to be able to participate in the actual shoot 
Visits to other Police establishments TBC  To expose the cadets the applications of the Police knowledge they gain through the different courses 
Various enrichment activities
(Kayaking, Archery, Paintball etc) 
TBC To provide cadets with a wide variety of experiences beyond those related to Police work