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Published: 27 Jun 2012 09:26AM (Singapore)
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Beyond tradition: Police Day Parade
The annual Police Day Parade (PDP) is held to honour law enforcement in Singapore, and every single year it invigorates every Singapore Police Force officer’s resolve to keep Singapore safe and secure. Home Team News finds out what the PDP means personally for several officers themselves.
 
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