| Azaraimy HH |
NINETEEN police cadets from various secondary schools and colleges yesterday left for Singapore for a study visit to the National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC).
The delegation was sent by the Department of Co-Curriculum Education through the Uniformed Groups and Community Services Division with cooperation from the Gadong Police Headquarters.
The study visit is expected to last until November 21.
The delegation is led by Haji Eady Sardi bin Pehin Dato Derma Sakti Dato Paduka Haji Abdul Razak, Senior Education Officer at the Department of Co-Curriculum Education and S/Inp Pengiran Abdul Aziz bin Pengiran Hj Muhammad, Royal Brunei Police Cadet Superintendant, Police Training Centre.
Present to bid farewell to the delegation at the Brunei International Airport was Pengiran Suhaimi bin Pengiran Haji Bakar, the Director of the Department of Co-Curriculum Education.
In his advisory note, Pengiran Suhaimi urged the cadets to maintain their discipline as they are considered as ambassadors of the country throughout the visit and as such they must preserve the good name and image of the country.
During the study visit, the delegation is expected to take part in various activities organised by the NPCC – including visits to the Self-Defence Camp in Ubin Island, Police Heritage Gallery and the K-9 Police Unit.
The delegation will also have the opportunity to experience the ’22 Revolver Shooting’ and a cultural performance.
It is hoped that the visit will provide the chance for the delegation to share their experiences, to build good relationship with the Singaporean side and to learn the practices from the NPCC.