So weeks ahead of the competition, the team is refining all their moves and getting a high level of fitness.
Team coach Inspector Operations Mohammed Kasim stressed team bonding and discipline amongst players as critical ingredients for success.
"The boys are working very hard for the tournament, with the help of team work players do perform well," he said.
"Our team will go as under dogs in the competition but we have team spirit on our side.
"We thank the Almighty for being with us and best of luck to all teams competing for the tournament."
The Totogo side is boosted with the presence of Suva reps like Police Constable Sami and PC Rajesh Roshan, the City Police are gunning for victory in the IDC.
The tournament officially kicks off September 1 to 3.
A main police team will be selected from the tournament to meet defending champions from the Ready Action Unit.