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Published: 25 Jul 2012 12:00AM (Singapore)
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SPF: Stop! You're under arrest!
If your passion is to keep Singapore and its people safe and secure and keep criminals at bay, a rewarding career with the Singapore Police Force awaits you.
 
By Singapore Polytechnic
Keen on a career with the Home Team? Check out http://www.careers.hometeam.sg/

SPF: If your passion is to keep Singapore and its people safe and secure and keep criminals at bay, a rewarding career with the Singapore Police Force awaits you. As a committed and sharp Police Officer, you will and play an integral role in protecting our country, our community and our loved ones. Are you ready? Join us.

This video was produced by students from Singapore Polytechnic, School of Digital Media & Infocomm Technology (DMIT): Sharlene Lee, Chua Xue Qi, Jonathan Tan, Simoun Joseph David and Guo Xue Lei, in collaboration with Media Studies Directorate, Ministry of Home Affairs, and the Singapore Police Force.
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