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National Police Cadet Corp

CCA Objectives

Developing Leaders with Character & Values
Ensure the cadets’ growth by exposing them to a challenging environment, which, in turn will imbue them with leadership qualities, strong character and civic, social and moral values.

Building Bonds with SPF
Enlighten them on the role of the Singapore Police Force, help to build a stronger bond of friendship with SPF, and so lead to a safer place for all in the country.

Showing Care & Concern to Others
As part of a culture that encourages us to treat fellow cadets with respect, courtesy and tact, teach them to extend the same care and concern to others.

Facing Challenges & Achieving Excellence
As a result of our identification with the Singapore Police Force, teach them to adopt its tradition of high standards of performance, commitment, duty and service, to seek to excel and to face up to challenge.


  • Mr Ang Chin Chuan (Officer-In- Charge)
  • Mr Saravanan Govindan (Deputy Officer-In- Charge)
  • Ms Tan Fang Hui, Sandy (Sec 1 Training Officer)
  • Mdm Deng Kaihua (Sec 2 Training Officer)

Cadet Inspectors

  • CI Muhammad Azrul Bin Suparman
  • CI Ng Yong Zhin
  • CI Johnson Tso Yee Ho
  • CI Hu Jin Hong
  • CI Jermin Hoo Xin Ni
  • CI Pius Zai Zhen Ning

Training Day, Time and Venue

Friday, 2:30pm to 6pm, School

Cadet Leaders Structure 2017

Training Department

Training Head: TEO FENG SHU

Secondary 1 Squad Overall-In- Charge: CHUA WEN HONG

Secondary 1 In-Charge (SIC): GOH ZHAO XIAN

Secondary 2 Squad Overall-In- Charge: NG YAN ZHI


Secondary 3 Squad Overall-In- Charge: SALINA BTE PADILEY


Physical Training /
Recreational Training-In- Charge:    JOVAN HO WEI QUAN                                                                                                           NURFIKRIYAH BTE MOHAMAD FAZULI

Logistic-In- Charge: ABRAR UDDIN
                                SKY LIU BAIYU

Administrative Department


Welfare-In- Charge: LIM HWEE HAO
                                SITI NUR ATIKAH BINTE NAHRAWI

The NPCC Training Framework

The 6As of NPCC Learning Path

The NPCC 6As Learning Path serves as an overarching framework that provides directions in the training and development of NPCC members. 

The 6As – namely Aware, Acquire, Actuate, Aspire, Achieve and Aim – defines the progressive learning path of a cadet from a new recruit at Secondary One to a youth leaders and an officer. It also identifies the six desired training outcomes of its programmes.

Level 1
(Sec 1)
BEWARE of Self, Others, SPF and NPCCKnowing Oneself
Level 2
(Sec 2)
ACQUIRE skills and knowledge
Stepping out and interacting
 Level 3
(Sec 3)
 ACTUATE as leader First taste of taking charge
 Level 4/5
(Sec 4/5)
 ASPIRE to serve Stepping out to lead
 Youth Leaders
 ACHIEVE competency in skills and knowledge Leading others
OfficersAIM to nuture
Developing others

Training Framework

The key areas of emphasis in our training include law enforcement, national education, leadership, resilience, personal development, character development, innovation and enterprise. From the time a cadet is enrolled in NPCC, he will undergo structured training to acquire skills and knowledge that will help him thrive in 21st century. 

The subject matters within each area of training are as follows:

Law Enforcement - LAND
  • Police Knowledge Proficiency Course
  • General Law
  • Crime Prevention
  • Community Safety & Security Programme / Police Youth Ambassador Programme
  • Homefront Security Course
  • Weapons Training (.22 Revolver)
  • Road Safety Training
  • Anti-drug Abuse Training (SANA Courses)
  • Crime Scene Investigation
National Education
  • Total Defence Course
  • Civil Defence Course 
  • National Heritage Course (Optional)
  • Communication Skills 
  • Facilitation Skills 
  • Leadership and Mentoring Skills (LMSC)
  • Camp Organisation
  • Cadet Leader Drill Course
  • Footdrills
  • Campcraft
  • Adventure Training Camps (ATC)
  • Survival Training Camp (STC)
  • High Ropes Challenge
Personal Development
  • First Aid Training
  • Life Saving Training
  • NASSA Swimming 
  • Boat Handling Course
  • Kayaking Course 
  • ATF Trainers & Instructors Course
  • Training-of-Trainers Course for Water Confidence Jump & Rafting
  • Fascilitation Training

Training Outcomes

The training outcomes are : 

• to be morally upright citizens who are law abiding 
• to be citizens who possess integrity 
• to be selfless individuals who contribute to the safety and security of the community 
• to be resilient individuals who persevere in adverse and rugged contexts 
• to demonstrate traits of leadership and 
• to be entrepreneurial and global in outlook so that they can adapt to changing contexts.

Highlights or Achievements

Unit Overall Proficiency Award:

2005 - Bronze
2006 - Silver
2007 - Gold
2008 - Gold
2009 - Gold
2010 – Gold
2011 – Gold
2012 – Gold
2013 – Gold
2014 – Gold
2015 – Gold
2016 – Gold