Protecting Infrastructure

As part of MHA's counter-terrorism strategy, the Infrastructure Protection Act (IPA) was passed on 2 October 2017 to protect Singapore’s critical infrastructure, and buildings that are iconic or have high public footfall. These buildings could be targeted by terrorists with the intent of disrupting essential services or inflicting mass casualties.


Strengthening Infrastructure Protection

Here are the key things you should know about the Infrastructure Protection Act:

Centre for Protective Security

The Centre for Protective Security (CPS) is the centre-of-excellence for protective security, covering regulations, training and outreach. It implements the IPA, and ensures compliance with building security requirements under the Act.


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