National Day Rally 2016 - Safeguarding Our Home
​​​Know what to do in the event of a firearms or weapons attack
Learn how to use everyday items to stop excessive bleeding during medical emergencies
​SGSecure, a national movement which aims to prepare Singaporeans in the event of a terrorist attack was officially launched on 25 September 2016 by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
Did you know that many SGSecure pilot programmes have been rolled out in our schools, neighbourhoods and the community to enhance awareness of the terrorism threat in Singapore? Find out how you can protect yourself and your loved ones by being a part of the SGSecure movement!
The "Keep Singapore Safe" Project was initiated by the National Civil Defence Cadet Corps (NCDCC) and National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) to spread the SGSecure messages of vigilance, cohesion and resilience in schools. Watch how the cadets came up with ways to reach out and spread the messages!
Here's what you can expect at the Revamped Emergency Preparedness Days happening in your neighbourhoods
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  • Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)
    1800 221 4444 (24 hrs)

  • ComCare Call
    1800 222 0000

  • Counselling & Care Centre 
    6536 6366

  • IMH Mental Health Helpline
    6389 2222 (24 hrs)

  • KKH Psychosocial Trauma Support Service
    6394 8050

  • PPIS Family Service Centers For Malay Communities
    6848 4461 (East) / 6561 3462 (West)

  • Care Corner (Mandarin) Singapore For Chinese Communities 
    1800 353 5800

  • SINDA (Singapore Indian Development Association) Family Service Centre For Indian Communities
    1800 295 4554


  • 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.



  • Project Guardian
    Pledge your company’s support and assistance the fight against terrorism