Top of the line security
Professionally trained and qualified
Efficient Protection Service is the first security company in Malaysia where all security personnel and bodyguards go through a structured 3-weeks training programme.
The training programme is conducted by ex-officers and ex-trainers of the Special Action Force (UTK – Unit Tindak Khas). The training team, headed by an ex-Deputy Commander of 18 years in UTK, put all personnel through a 3-week vigorous training that covers physical training, self-defence, weapon training (care and use of various weapons, including actual target shooting), body guarding, intelligence gathering and law.
Upon completion of the training, all personnel will be graded and deployed accordingly, based on their skill sets to either take up position in normal guarding, arm guarding, body guarding or armed body guarding.
They are constantly supervised by competent ex-servicemen who have in-depth knowledge in the field of security to ensure their standard is always maintained. Each personnel will be re-graded every six to nine months to ensure their competency level is maintained via a regular physical test.
The training team
Dato Ibrahim bin Manas
Head of Operations
A retired SAC I with the Royal Malaysia Police Force, Dato Ibrahim spent 38 years in the force. His experience took him from Logistic Department (Finance) Bukit Aman, Head of Logistic Department Kuala Lumpur, Brigade Commander Central Brigade PGA Selangor and finally retiring from the police force as the Selangor Deputy Chief Policy Officer.
Dato Johari bin Yahya
Head of Training
Dato Johari spent most of his career in UTK and rose up to the rank of Deputy Commander before moving on to the post of Head, Serious Crimes KL (D9). During his stint at UTK, he was involved in many occasion of WIP protection including the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister and foreign dignitaries. He also did a stint as OCPD in Johor Bahru and Central Malacca before returning to Bukit Aman as Principal Assistant Director, Serious Crimes Division (D0) CID. He spent 33 years in the police force and retired with a rank of SAC.