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National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)

The National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) aims to:
  • Provide cadets with opportunities to develop their leadership capabilities through the provision of tasks that challenge their abilities while moulding them to be citizens of upstanding civic and moral values;
  • Nurture our cadets to show care and concern to others and be the men for others; and
  • Develop our cadets to be resilient individuals who take on challenges willingly and with excellence.

To achieve the CCA’s goals, the following programmes are offered:

  • Drill, Campcraft, Teambuilding and character development games
  • Air pistol and air rifle shooting at our own range in MSHS
  • Annual Camp, Year-End Course
  • VIA programme (e.g., PYA engagement with Toa Payoh NPC, Sentosa Outreach Programme, Traffic Road Marshal, 5D4N Cambodia VIA Trip 2017)
  • Enrichment course organised by own unit (such as Kayaking, Dragonboating, Aikido self-defence course etc)
  • Organise MSHS Inter-Unit Competition for other units
  • Opportunities to be selected for NPCC HQ Overseas Trips (e.g., Brunei, Malaysia, Hong Kong), HQ NPCC OBS, National Camp, Harmony Camp
  • Opportunities to be selected for various parade – Annual Parade, NDP, SYF
  • MSHS NPCC Overseas and Service Learning Trips such as Mount Kinabalu Climb (2010 & 2013), Taman Negara Adventure (2011), Krabi Adventure (2012), 4D3N Bali Adventure & VIA Trip (2014), 5D4N Vietnam Cultural & Experiential Trip (2015)
  • NPCC HQ activities / programmes (.22 Revolver shooting), Police Heritage Visit, Training Village Visit, Home Team Gallery, Civil Defence Course, SANA course, Law and Enforcement, CSI, Sec 2 ATC / Sec 3 STC @ Pulau Ubin, Inter Unit Shooting / Campcraft / Drill Competitions 

Marists are given the opportunities to participate in the following competitions:
  • Inter-Unit .22 Revolver Shooting Competition 
  • Inter-Unit Campcraft Competition

Marists have performed well in the following competitions:
  • Inter-Unit Drills Competition 2017 
    • 7th Position
  • Inter-Unit .22 Revolver Shooting Competition 2016 
    • 2nd Runner-Up
  • Unit Overall Proficiency Award 2016 
    • 18th consecutive Gold Award since 1999
  • Excellence Achievement Award (sustained Gold Award for 15 years, 1999-2013)
  • Unit Excellence Award (2008), Outstanding Achievement Award (2003)
  • SPF-NPCC Badge Award  
    • 1 Awardee (2017) 
    • 4 Awardees (2016) 
    • 9 Awardees (2015)

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