In line with the NPCC’s mission and vision, the NPCC Unarmed Tactics Course is introduced to the Secondary Two cadets from all NPCC secondary school units in Singapore. Cadets will be taught the basic movements including stances and shuffles, blocks, stuns and defensive techniques.
Upon acquiring the basic knowledge of unarmed tactics, trainers will demonstrate and explain to the cadets the application of the techniques in real life situations for self-protection.
The four-hour course equips the cadets with the basic knowledge of self-defense and rules of engagement which they could use to defend themselves when faced with adversity.
Crime Scene Investigation
Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) is a form of forensic science which supports investigation, leading the authorities or the police to the facts behind an incident or a crime scene. This course is conducted for Sec 1 and 2 cadets where they will have the opportunity to learn how to solve a crime via the following lessons:
|Introduction to CSI||Sec 1|
|Introduction to Fingerprint Dusting||Sec 1|
|Police Photography||Sec 2|
|Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) Analysis||Sec 2|
|Blood Stain Pattern Analysis (BSPA)||Sec 2|
The Enhanced CSI is for the Sec 3 cadets where they will have an interactive hands-on experience by going through a series of crime scenes set up in mock-up HDB flats and the Virtual Reality (VR) On-Scene Investigation in Home Team Academy (HTA). This will allow them to have hands-on experience and apply the crime scene management skills which they have learnt.
Revolver 0.22 Live Shoot for Sec 2 and 3 cadets
NPCC HQ trains interested Sec 2 cadets and all Sec 3 cadets in the safe handling (Dry Practice) of the 0.22 Smith and Wesson revolver before allowing them to experience the live shoot in the Home Team Academy (HTA) range. Dry Practice sessions will introduce the cadets to the actual revolver in the form of both theory and practical lessons. Cadets will learn the marksmanship principles, safe handling of the revolver and immediate action drills to prepare them for the live shoot. The scores they obtained in Sec 3 during the live shoot will determine if they will receive the Marksmanship badge.
Revolver 0.38 Live Shoot for TOs, HOs and CIs
Besides the cadets, the TOs, HOs and CIs are also trained in the safe handling of the 0.38 Taurus revolver before the live shoot in the Home Team Academy (HTA) range.
Law and Enforcement
Have you wondered what a police officer needs to know to perform their duties? Check it out in the Police Procedures Course and Basic Law Course!
In Secondary One, cadets of the National Police Cadet Corps will have the opportunity to go through the Police Procedures Course. The Police Procedures Course covers the following:
- Roles of police officers;
- Procedures when handling emergency cases.
In Secondary Two, a cadet will have the opportunity to go through the Basic Law Course. The Basic Law Course covers the following:
- Criminal Law;
- The role of law and enforcement in a peaceful and stable society;
- Elements of crime;
- Definition of common criminal offences such as theft, bullying and outrage of modesty.
In achieving its objectives in building resilience among its campers, Camp Resilience encourages outdoor activities, ranging from obstacle courses to sea activities, to allow the campers to enjoy an outdoor experiential learning during their stay. Essentially, the obstacle courses at Camp Resilience mainly refers to the High Ropes Challenge.
Overseas Educational Visits
The Overseas Educational Visits (OEVs) aim to broaden the mental horizon of cadets through first-hand knowledge of the social and culture aspect of our overseas counterparts. The OEVs will also allow our cadets to understand the workings of foreign Police-Youth establishments and interact with youths from other countries. NPCC has organised overseas visits to Brunei and Hong Kong.
The objectives for the OEVs are as follows:
- Develop self, social, and global awareness, and relationship management of cadets through learning more about another country and foreign Police-Youth establishment;
- Develop self-confidence, teamwork, and critical and inventive thinking of cadets;
- Maintain close long-term relationships between the NPCC and the foreign Police-Youth establishments.
Visit to the Royal Brunei Police Force (Polis Diraja Brunei [PDB]) and Royal Brunei Police Cadet Corps (Pasukan Kadet Police Diraja Brunei [PKP]).
Visit to the Hong Kong Police Force (香港警務處 xiāng gǎng jǐng wù chù [HKPF]) and Hong Kong Junior Police Call (少年警訊 shào nián jǐng xùn [JPC]).