Gurkha Contingent

The Gurkha Contingent (Abbreviation: Nepali: गोरखाली) is a line department of the Singapore Police Force. Members of the GC are trained to be highly-skilled and are selected for their display of strong discipline and dedication in their tasks. The principal role of the contingent is to be a special guard force, and it is currently used as a counter-terrorist force.

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