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National Police Cadet Corps


The MISSION of the National Police Cadet Corps is To develop our members to be active citizens and community leaders, by working in partnership with the Singapore Police Force to fight crime and keep Singapore safe.

The VISION of the National Police Cadet Corps is To become the best youth organisation in Singapore, one that actively helps to make Singapore the safest place in the world.

NPCC in Dunman serves as a platform for students to be molded to become leaderships as students are given opportunities to lead in various events and activities. 

Let's take a look at what we did in the year 2018!

During the month of January, both our Secondary 2s and 3s attended their respective Adventure Training Camps and Survival Training Camp at the Pulau Ubin Campsite – Camp Resilience. Though it was a brief 3 days 2 nights camp, it was evident that the students enjoyed themselves tremendously. They were provided with numerous opportunities to interact with peers from other schools in the area and experienced what it truly felt like to camp in the open in tents. Canoeing sessions, high elements, and campfire were some highlights of the activities in this camp.

Drill is an integral part of our NPCC unit and we are proud that we have constantly managed to maintain high standards in this. Cadets from Secondary 2s and 3s were also given opportunities to help spread policing messages to the community through their Community Safety & Security (CSSP) and Police Youth Ambassador (PYA) projects.

 Other than the usual camps and drills, we were also involved in Sports activities such as kayaking, dragonboating and rockclimbing. These gave our cadets a chance to display their talents in other aspects. The feedback had been that they enjoyed the event thoroughly and hope for more of them to come.

 Many students have commented that NPCC training is tough, but we believe that it is through this training that students' character and values are molded. A testimonial of our training is that students keep coming back to serve after graduation because they believe in what NPCC has achieve in their lives.

 For the year 2019, the Dunman National Police Cadet Corps has been awarded Gold Award in the annual Unit Overall Proficiency Awards for the work done in 2018. This is an affirmation to the hard work put in by both the cadets and the teachers and we will continue to keep up the good work.

 Whatever the award, we always strive to commit ourselves with even more passion, enthusiasm and energy than we have for the previous year


2018: Gold


Alternate Tuesday (1600 hr – 1800 hr)
Friday (1430 hr – 1800 hr)