National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) Cadet Inspectors and Honorary Officers

National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) Cadet Inspectors and Honorary Officers

The NPCC Cadet Inspectors and Honorary Officers are deployed at the unit level to assist Teacher Officers to train NPCC cadets in schools.

Were you an NPCC cadet in secondary school, or do you have expertise to contribute? You can give back by helping to train, guide and nurture the next generation of cadets to be caring and responsible citizens working to fight crime and keep Singapore safe.

The NPCC Cadet Inspector scheme is for youth leaders studying in junior college or polytechnic, while the NPCC Honorary Officers scheme is for adult leaders.

Key Details

Commitment Timings
Minimum of 10 hours a month

Dependent on school schedules and HQ events

Home Team department Skills and interests
Singapore Police Force Uniformed role, Youth leadership, Safety and security, Public education
Connect with us
NPCC website, Facebook

Did you know? NPCC is a National Uniformed Group under the purview of the Ministry of Education and the Singapore Police Force, Ministry of Home Affairs. It also has a long history, having celebrated its 60th Anniversary in 2019.

Who is Eligible

To be a Cadet Inspector, you will need to be a student from a post-secondary education institution and had previously been an NPCC cadet in your secondary school.

To be an Honorary Officer, you would need to join through open units associated with a tertiary education institute e.g. NUS and NTU. Alternatively, adult leaders may be recommended for the scheme by the Officer-in-Charge or Staff Officer of the Unit or HQ respectively. 

How to Apply

You can apply directly, in consultation with your NPCC unit Officer-in-Charge. If you are a student in either NUS or NTU, you can join the NPCC Units at your university directly.

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