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    Police post currently slowly being phased out from what I heard.

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    FYI, this is a trial for NPP - Neighbourhood Police Posts. These posts only operate up to 10PM daily and usually manned by only 1 officer. NPC - Neighbourhood Police Centres open 24/7 and manned by more than 1 officers.

    The idea of this competition is to make the NPP operate 24/7, but unmanned. People will go in to lodge reports on their own - a kind to their online report lodging system www.spf.gov.sg/epc

    Thus the "safe room" concept

    I don't know about you guys but I have lodged police reports for lost items before and I did it online. I hate going to the post because I have to Queue. Can't blame the counter officers being slow because sometimes it is because of the person in front of me have got a lot to say to the officers, thus slowing down the Queue movement.
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    sounds odd ....

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    I dont think it will be very useful unless this results in the post open 24/7 and victims can lock the safe room themselves.

    But i dont think they will see much use...how often do you see someone getting chased...in SG, you can easily live till 50 or 60 years old without ever seeing someone getting chased...

    Probably much better to increase the size of the police force. SPF is very understaffed...

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    Since it is not manned, can meet up with friends to chit chat inside?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Question View Post
    I dont think it will be very useful unless this results in the post open 24/7 and victims can lock the safe room themselves.

    But i dont think they will see much use...how often do you see someone getting chased...in SG, you can easily live till 50 or 60 years old without ever seeing someone getting chased...

    Probably much better to increase the size of the police force. SPF is very understaffed...
    Quote Originally Posted by wizardundo View Post
    Since it is not manned, can meet up with friends to chit chat inside?
    I did submit my design, but due to confidentiality, I can only answer limited to the questions posted here.

    To begin with, yes, the posts will become 24/7 instead of 12PM to 10PM.

    No, I know you are just joking but well, you cannot chit chat inside. At least for my design if it gets selected. It's a single entry door. Once closed it cannot be opened from outside and only person inside can open it. Once a person enter, they will get an access to call for police from the room.

    Remember the old NPP with the emergency call button outside? That's the one I am proposing back.

    Well, see whose design they accept lo


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    Quote Originally Posted by playst View Post
    What happen if a person from outside close the door and no one was inside the room ?

    Can 2 person enter the room togather ?

    It's a sensor-switch based system. If no movement inside and the door is shut, it won't lock. Further details of how it works I can't reveal until lets' say they have accepted my proposal and published it themselves.


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    Maybe inside should have two rooms, one for people to use EPC while the next room is the panic room.

    I'll propose that a certain alarm/alert be raised each time someone attempts to enter the panic room.

    Have a live CCTV somewhere to film down the whole corridor with shooting distance about 7-8m.

    Also have a communication device inside the panic room so that the victim can contact authority or close ones.

    Have some food or ration inside and first aid kit, maybe tissue paper too. In case the person gets hungry/thirsty or crying/injured.

    Also when the alert/alarm is rang, to have ambulance/paramedic on standby in case of injury.

    To make the person feel safe, there should be a monitor showing the situation outside (the live CCTV)

    The best scenario is to have the nearest police car to assist them a.s.a.p.

    Now the only problem lies on drunkard who wants to sleep in the room
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