Synopsis: A common aim of terrorism is to sow discord and distrust among communities. In Singapore, do we have what some other communities have, to be resilient and to recover from an attack successfully? Terrorism around the world has been perpetrated by different kinds of extremist actors, with different ideologies and different methods of attack. But they have the common aim to break down unity, to sow discord and distrust among communities. Regardless of attacker and victim, the result is not only the devastation of lives and frequently, property but potentially, the destruction of community, the shared sense of identity. Here in multi-cultural, multi-ethnic Singapore, if and when we face a terror attack, can we recover from it successfully? Do we have what some other communities have, such as Manchester, Surabaya and Christchurch which have all demonstrated resilience and cohesion in rebuilding after horrific and tragic attacks?
SGSecure brochures are available in four languages. Each brochure contains SGSecure key messages.
For more information on the terrorism threat to Singapore, as well as the importance of the SGSecure community response in the fight against terrorism, please refer to the Singapore Terrorism Threat Assessment Report (STTAR) 2021.
The latest SGSecure advisory posters are available in four languages. Each attachment has four posters, namely "Look out for anything Suspicious", "Run.Hide.Tell", "Press.Tie.Tell" and "Keep Calm and Don’t Spread Rumours".
In light of crises such as a terror attack or a natural disaster, the immediate aftermath might see people who are injured, dead, or with emotional distress. If you are caught in such situations, you may help by administering Psychological First Aid to those who need it. PFA is aimed to help people cope with the emotional aftermath of a crisis, build resilience and ease their recovery to normalcy. We can administer PFA, by Preparing, Looking, Listening, and Linking, which will be further elaborated in this video.
This series of SGSecure short films is inspired by true stories and produced in collaboration with award-winning director Boo Junfeng as the overall Creative Director. The short films provide a glimpse into what inspired Singaporeans to learn life-saving skills and why they believe in stepping up to help in any emergency. In times of crisis, knowing what to do and having life-saving skills can make the difference. Our response matters, we make SGSecure.
This checklist helps you plan for contingencies such as terror attacks.
​​​SGSecure is a national movement to enable our community to prevent and deal with terrorism. An attack can disrupt your business operations, your employees may stop reporting to work, and lives may be lost. You may be affected even if the attack does not happen at your workplace. As an employer, you play an important role in preparing your workforce and workplaces against crises. Preparedness is a set of learned skills and behaviours. It requires you to take active steps. Do it today to prepare your workfore, protect your workplace and partner your community.
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    6389 2222 (24 hrs)

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    6394 8050

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  • Harmony in Diversity Gallery (HDG)
  • The Harmony in Diversity Gallery (HDG) aims to promote an appreciation of Singapore's rich religious diversity. It hopes to foster a spirit of give and take, mutual respect and understanding, necessary to nurture and strengthen the religious peace and harmony we enjoy today. Check out their Facebook page here
  • OnePeople.SG
  • OnePeople.SG promotes racial harmony and spearheads programmes and initiatives to bring the different ethnic communities together


  • The Inter-Religious Organisation, Singapore (IRO)
  • Since its humble beginnings in 1949, IRO has worked quietly to promote peace and religious harmony in Singapore. Today, 10 major religions are represented in the IRO.


  • Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circles
  • The Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circles (IRCCs) are local-level inter-faith platforms in every constituency, formed to promote racial and religious harmony.


  • Religious Rehabilitation Group
  • RRG is a voluntary group consisting of individual ulama and a community of asatizah (Islamic scholars and teachers) in Singapore. RRG’s mission is to correct the misinterpretation of Islamic concepts and dispel the extremist and terrorist ideologies detainees have been indoctrinated with.



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