1959 - Formation of Police Cadets Corps Unit at Bartley Secondary Schools as a Pilot Scheme.
2 Jun 1961 - The Police Cadet Corps Ordinance was enacted. All schools were given the approval to set up PCC units. Siglap Secondary School and Serangoon Garden Government High School were the first to form such units.
1963 - The PCC and the National Cadet Corps (NCC) came under the administration of the Ministry of Education (MOE) with the Director of Education as the Director of Cadet Forces and in the following year, the PCC recruited girl cadets. Two new units were formed in the Raffles Girls' School and Sang Nila Utama Secondary School.
1964 - Recruitment of girls into the the Police Cadet Corps.
1968 - Introduction of formation signs in all units.
1969 - Police Cadet Corps was renamed the National Cadet Corps [Police] upon intergration with the Army, Sea and Air Cadet Corps.
1970 - Formation of the Cadet Inspectors' Open Unit
1971 - NCC [Police] was renamed National Police Cadet Corps
1972 - Change of NPCC's "grey and Khaki" uniform to the present "blue" in line with the Police Force.
1973 - Introduction of Overseas Education Tour for cadets
1974 - NPCC Council was established by the Act of Parliament.
1 April 1975 - The NPCC Council was inaugurated by the Minister for Education.
1976 - Recruitment of girls members to the NPCC Band.
1978 - Introduction of Overseas Educational Tour for Officers.
1979 - Introduction of the NPCC Service and Long Service Medals for Officers.
1980 - Formation of NPCC proficiency Badges.
1982 - Formation of NPCC Unit in the National University of Singapore.
1983 - Introduction of the NPCC pledge.
1984 - Introduction of the NPCC song.
1987 - Inclusion of National Education in the training program. - Official opening of Pulau Ubin campsite.
1991 - Formation of NPCC Unit in the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.
1993 - Inauguration of NPCC Officer's Day.
1994 - The Corps came closer to realise its dream to develop an NPCC Camp that could accommodate 750 campers when the Urban Redevelopment Authority leased to it a 26-hectare piece of land in Pulau Ubin in 1994.
1996 - Launch of NPCC Mission Statement and Beliefs.
1997 - Introduction of the SPF-NPCC Badges of outstanding cadets.
1998 - Crafting of the NPCC Vision
1999 - NPCC Celebrating 40th Anniversary
1999 - Inauguration of 10th NPCC Council & Launch of NPCC 40th Anniversary Logo.
1999 - Lunching of SP-NPCC
1999 - Lunching of NPCC Website
1999 - Lunching of NPCC Alumni
2000 - Lunching of NPCC 40th Anniversary Commemorative Book
2000 - Implementation of new Unit Overall Proficiency Award (UOPA) Competition.
2000 - (September) The idea to explore the set-up of the NPCC (Sea) Unit first surfaced during a meeting on the progress of the new NPCC campsite at Pulau Ubin. The meeting involved Deputy Commissioner of Police, Chairman NPCC Council and Commandant NPCC.
2001 - Incorporation of TRACKS into CD-ROM.
2001 - (27 November) NPCC council gave in-principle approval to start the NPCC (Sea) Unit in two schools namely; Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) and Springfield Secondary School.
2002 - Offical use of the new campsite.
2002 - (January) The two schools initiated recruitment of cadets for the sea units.
2002 - Inauguration of 11th NPCC Council. Council Chairman is Mr. Charles Chong (Member of Parliament, Pasir Ris - Punggol GRC).
2002 - Launch of NPCC Ceremonial Flag on 20th April 2002.
2003 - The two sea units were launched on together with the ground -breaking ceremony for the Loyang Regional Base on 15 Jan 2003.
2003 - NPCC Campsite Handing Over Ceremony on 20th Jan 2003.
2003 - Launch of the Resource Person Scheme on 22nd Feb March 2003.
2003 - Official launch of the NPCC Website on 25 July 2003.
2004 - The official opening of Camp Resilience - covering 25 hectares of land and comprising two main camps - Kampong Bahru and Kampong Nordin.
2005 - The new NPCC Training Framework - "New Training Framework for 2006 and Beyond, A Great Leap Forward, A New NPCC" was approved by the Council and was undertaken during 2006.
2005 - Pioneer batch of Non-Commissioned Officers took over as the new leaders of the NPCC(Sea) units in Singapore.
2006 - NPCC carried out a review of its volunteer management structure and redefined its Route of Advancement (ROA) to provide ample opportunities to progress within or across the different schemes of service.
2006 - NPCC HQ shifted out of the Thomson Road Police Academy premises along with the SPF Training Command to the Home Team Academy in January 2006.
2006 - Raffles Girls' School initiated recruitment of girl cadets for its all girl sea unit, the first in Singapore.
2006 - New Town Secondary School and Hwa Chong Institution become the first two units to receive the Unit Excellence Award for ten consecutive Unit Overall Proficiency Gold Awards at the annual NPCC day parade 2006.
2007 - NPCC collaborated with the Community Involvement Division of SPF and National Crime Prevention Council to launch the Community Safety and Security Programme (CSSP) and the Police Youth Ambassador (PYA) Programme.
2007 - The adoption of the Y-TWO Band from Yishun Town Secondary School. The band's affiliation with NPCC underscores the close affiliation between YTSS NPCC Unit and the school's Youth Wing Band. Cadets from the YTWO-NPCC Band are given a unique training programme that incorporates elements from the NPCC Training Programme.
2008 - A brand new design of NPCC Proficiency Badges was presented. These new designs display smaller-sized and more vibrant-coloured badges to add on to the cadets' collection of badges.
2009 - We see unknowns and many challenges ahead. However, with passion, resilience and determination, NPCC will continue to grow in strength and impact the lives of our future generation and playing a vital role in the safety and security of our nation, our home.
2009 - NPCC marked its 50th year anniversary at its annual NPCC day parade celebrations at the Home Team Academy. Maris Stella High School NPCC Unit received their Unit Excellence Award for ten consecutive Unit Overall Proficiency Gold Award at the annual NPCC day parade 2008, thus making them the third unit in Singapore to receive this award.
2011 - (8 January) NPCC and National Civil Defence Cadet Corps, which form the Home Team Cadet Corps, held the Farewell Parade for NPCC Council Chairman Charles Chong. This event marks the end of the term of the current NPCC Council, which governs both NPCC and NCDCC.