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Uniform Etiquette

  • Identified with NPCC

  • Impression created with general public

  • Personal bearing

Uniform Etiquette: Personal Appearance

Cadet should be smart in

  • Turn out

  • Bearing

  • Deportment

Uniform Etiquette: Uniform

  • Shirt Should be comfortably loose and not body hugging

  • Boys: leg of trousers should cover ankles, collar to stand

  • Girls: skirts should be 2 inches above the knee cap or 3 fingers above knee cap, collar to be ironed flat

  • Always wash and iron your uniform

Uniform Etiquette: Beret

  • Worn level with the forehead with brim about 2.5 cm directly above the left eyebrow

  • Badge Cap should be directly worn

  • Beret folded to the right

  • Girls: should use hairnets and hairpins, hairbands are not allowed.

Uniform Etiquette: Belt

  • Worn comfortably at the waist

  • Polished and wiped clean

  • Holes darkened

Uniform Etiquette: Boots and Shoes

  • Polished and clean at all times

  • Should not have horseshoes and metal studs under them

  • Socks should be black in colour

  • Girls: Should not fold their socks

  • Boys: Shoelaces to be tight and chain knot to be hidden

Uniform Etiquette: Bearing and Deportment

  • Always sit, stand and walk upright

  • Do not place hands on belt

  • Folding arms across chest gives impression of arrogance and aggressiveness

  • Do not stand on one foot

  • Always respect your uniform

Uniform Etiquette: General Behavior

  • Always wear beret when not under shelter

  • Stand at attention and say “Sir” or “Madam” when speaking to your officers

  • Do not leave any buttons undone

Uniform Etiquette: Compliments

  • Always greet an officer either by saluting or standing to attention

  • Only salute when in full uniform with beret on

  • Salutation applies only to the ranks of SI and above

  • The same applies to Police Officers of ranks of SI and above

Uniform Etiquette: Classroom / LT

  • Cadet nearest to the door to alert the class to sit straight and still

  • He/She will then stand up and greet the arriving officer/lecturer

  • Always sit up straight with hands resting on desk with berets on tables or laps

Standard Attire



Full Uniform

Half Uniform

Standard Attire



Mufti (Quarter Uniform)

P.T. Kit

The End

Done By: CI Kelvin

CI Lup Peng

Special thanks to: HO Kelvin