Call SPF at 999.
SMS 71999 if it is not safe to talk.
Point, shoot and send photos and videos via the SGSecure app.
For emergency medical assistance, call SCDF at 995.
residents joined in the SGSecure movement at the Marsiling Emergency
Preparedness Day on 20 November 2016, where they picked up life-saving skills
and knowledge on how to respond to terror attacks.
The Woodlands Emergency Preparedness Day was held on 5
November 2016, and featured an anti-terror exercise as well as an exhibition
space on life-saving skills and SGSecure advisories.
The “I AM SAFE” E-learning programme was also
launched at the event.
NPCC and NCDCC members and teachers gathered
at Republic Polytechnic on 2 November 2016 to share strategies and ideas to further hone their cadets as advocates under
the SGSecure movement, and help prepare the community against terror attacks.