National Police Cadet Corps

evergreen secondary school

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Loyalty and service

The National Police Cadet Corps was formed in 1959 with 30 cadets in Bartley Secondary School. Today it has over 20,000 cadets and 500 officers in secondary schools. the comprehensive training programme includes lectures on police related matters, visits and attachments to police establishments. Cadets are also involved in a variety of challenging and meaningful outdoor activities such as adventure training camps. The varied activities, aimed at inculcating in cadets the qualities of self reliance, responsibility, discipline, civic consciousness and respect for law and order, will thus help to develop well-balanced, all rounded, responsible and caring citizen.


Mission and Vision

The MISSION of the National Police Cadet Corps is to develop our members to be active 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.

Evergreen Secondary School NPCC

Formed in 2000 when Evergreen Secondary School was first started, Evergreen NPCC has steadily been growing from strength to strength. With a total enrollment of 97 Secondary 1-5 male and female cadets, NPCC has again attained the Gold Award for its Unit Overall Proficiency Award in 2012.


We strive to nurture morally upright and resilient leaders who contribute effectively to the safety and security of the community. Our training focuses are Law Enforcement, National Education, Leadership, Resilience, and Personal Development.


To achieve these aims, cadets engage in many different activities such as .22 revolver shoots, rifle drills, pioneering, outdoor camps, campfires, and physical training and Promotion Tests. In addition, we also contribute to the school by holding exhibitions on Crime Prevention and implementing CSSP projects to enhance the school's safety and security. Our cadets are also given the opportunity to represent the school in national events such as the National Day Parade and NPCC Annual Parade. We also rotate and collaborate with other Uniformed Groups to be the Guard-of-Honour for the School’s National Day, Honours Day and Racial Harmony Day parades yearly.


The NPCC cadets represent our school to compete and interact with other cadets from different schools through many inter-Unit Competitions, and had won awards in diverse areas like rock-climbing, soccer and captain's ball competitions. Cadets were given the opportunity to show their skills and have fun in these competitions such as Inter-unit Captain’s Ball, Basketball, Soccer and Rollerblading. In addition, our cadets organize the EVG NPCC Inter-Unit Games annually for other schools to participate in.


Selected cadet leaders also have the opportunity to participate in HQ NPCC and school-organized overseas trips to areas such as Hong Kong/Macau, Malaysia and Brunei. These trips serve diverse objectives, from introducing participants to the Police Forces of other countries, to building resilience and teamwork through overseas outdoor activities otherwise unavailable in Singapore.


All these activities contribute to make confident, well-rounded leaders in our cadets, and we look forward to continue growing from strength to strength.


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Officers and Instructors

From Left to Right:

Cadet Inspector, Senior Cadet Inspector, Inspector of Police, Assistant Superintendent of Police, Deputy Superintendent of Police


Trainings

Training consists of drills and campcraft lessons. Drills taught vary greatly, from basic foot drills to baton and rifle drills while campcraft sessions are practical lessons on knot tying, lashings, tent pitching and pioneering.