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National Police Cadet Corps

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Yuying NPCC cadets go through a training programme to acquire leadership skills, sound character, resilience, physical and mental strength, as well as care and concern for others. Other programme highlights include crime scene investigation, weapon training and adventure training, among many others.

Mission and Vision

The MISSION of the National Police Cadet Corps is to develop our members to be active citizens and community leaders,Yuying NPCC cadets go through a training programme to acquire leadership skills, sound character, resilience, physical and mental strength, as well as care and concern for others. Other programme highlights include crime scene investigation, weapon training and adventure training, among many others. by working in partnership with 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.

Our Beliefs

Yuying NPCC Unit strives to realise the Corps' Mission and Vision by providing all our cadets with interesting and exciting activities throughout their lives in secondary school. We believe that training and learning go hand in hand. To this end, we tailor our training sessions with the improvement of 
each cadet's mental and physical abilities in mind. We believe this will equip our cadets with the skills and mindset necessary to be a productive and good citizen of Singapore. 

Teachers-in-charge:

Mr Colin Chia (OC)
Mr Wu Chien Wei (Deputy OC)
Miss Jasmine Lee
Ms Lin Rui Qi
Ms Ng Sio Hoon

Training Day and Time: 

Our weekly training sessions are held on Friday afternoons and on many occasions, our cadets are sent out for educational and enrichment activities planned by NPCC HQ as well as the Teacher Officers of Yuying NPCC Unit.

2017 2018
Bronze Medal in Unit Proficiency Competition  Bronze Medal in Unit Proficiency Competition