The National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) is a non-profit organisation committed to promoting public awareness of and concern about crime and to propagate the concept of self-help in crime prevention. The Council comprises representatives from the commercial and industrial sectors, as well as from the public sector and the Singapore Police Force (SPF).
You can volunteer with the NCPC to help others gain the knowledge to prevent crime. As a Crime Prevention Ambassador (CPA), you help to share and promote crime prevention messages to your peers and also the wider community.
|Flexible; typically about 4 hours a month||Usually weekends|
|Home Team Department||Skills and Interests|
|Singapore Police Force, National Crime Prevention Council||Public Education|
Anyone who is willing to serve the community is welcome. You will need to meet these criteria:
A supervisor will be assigned to you for your initial deployments to on-board you.
You'll perform duties such as:
You will attend a one-day training session, where you will receive up-to-date information on crime trends and preventive measures. You will also learn more about NCPC and what we do.
CPAs will be issued with two T-shirts and an identification pass. Do wear the T-shirts while on duty.
If you are deployed for events, you will receive vouchers as a form of transport and meal allowance. You will be covered with personal accident insurance while on volunteer duty.
As a Home Team volunteer, you will also enjoy training, opportunities for personal development, as well as awards and recognition for good service. Outstanding CPA awards (a plaque or a certificate) will be presented for good performance.
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Joining CDAU has allowed me to equip myself with specialized knowledge and skills, as well as the opportunity to contribute back to my community.
I take pride in working with the regular officers, PNSFs, PNSmen and civilian staff to maintain law and order, and to keep Singapore safe. I also enjoy interacting with members of the public during our patrols and roadshows. I feel I am part of a larger family and this keeps inspiring me to do my best.
There's a place for everyone and as a volunteer, we can help reintegrate ex-offenders back into society by spreading messages of second chances.