SGSecure: Strengthening the Community's Response

SGSecure is Singapore’s community response to the threat of terrorism. It is a movement to build the resilience of our community and a call to action to everyone in our multi-racial, multi-religious society to come together to safeguard our way of life.


What You Can Do

SGSecure focuses on three core actions that every one of us can do in the fight against terrorism:

  • Staying Alert to prevent a terrorist attack and to keep yourself safe in the event of an attack
  • Staying United to help one another during peacetime and after an attack
  • Staying Strong to safeguard our social fabric and bounce back as one people


SGSecure App

The SGSecure app allows users to submit information on suspicious sightings to the authorities and receive timely alerts and updates in the event of major emergencies.

Download the app: iOS App Store | Google Play


Sign Up as a Responder

Emergencies can happen at home, at work or even at play. Lending a hand to someone in need can mean a world of difference. If you are keen to contribute more, you can sign up as an SGSecure Responder if you know any of these skills:

  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • First Aid
  • Basic Firefighting
  • Psychological First Aid

Register via the "Respond" feature in the SGSecure app. After signing up, you will receive alerts to cardiac arrests or minor fires happening nearby.

You are not obligated to respond. Do so only when you can and if it is safe.

If you are keen to learn the skills, find out more from


SGSecure Movement Sustains Momentum

Despite the restrictions on large-group gatherings and events because of the COVID-19 situation, the SGSecure movement managed to sustain momentum.

New programmes and training sessions were conducted online to equip residents with emergency preparedness skills, educate the public on issues of terrorism, extremism, and radicalisation, as well as facilitate inter-faith activities to promote religious harmony.

More than 90,000 residents were engaged on emergency preparedness skills through these sessions while 8,000 residents participated in the inter-faith activities.

Visit SGSecure website


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