5 Things That You Should Check When Hiring Gurkha Guard Services

Before you start your quest to find the best security guard business in Johor Bahru, you should know the basics so that it is easy to find the right company. A lot of companies are in your region but here’s how you can check if they are your right fit. Years of Experience An important aspect that will help determine if they are reliable. The best Gurkha guard in Kuala Lumpur will come from these service providers who have spent years in serving customers throughout the country. Check if the company was established newly or have many years of experience. Their expertise can always be determined by the years that they have spent with the job. New ones are good if they have good history and customer feedback. Training Procedure The training procedure for Gurkha guard services should be really professional. In most companies, they hire ex-military personnel and policemen to train their professionals. It should be really extensive and reliable which ensures the efficiency of the guards. You may also find pictures of the company’s trained guards and the system in their official website. Check them when you have the time. Background Verification Reliability level of a guard can be found only based on the background verification done. A reputed company will always spend enough resources in exploring the history of person before hiring them. Background verification is quite important for guards because they should be reliable in critical situations and shouldn’t have any criminal history. Customer Reviews An easy and quick way to know if the company is good or not is to go with the customer...

What are the businesses that are most prone to threats?

The wide range of businesses are plenty in every area but not all of them are potential targets for burglars and thieves. The criminals always look for places where they could make the most money with the least amount of risk. Sometimes, it is not only about earning more through cash but also by breaching security to steal digital data and so on. If you like to know if your business or office is categorized with high threats, you can read below to know more. Banks Obviously, banks are the first and foremost place where robbers strike. But, these places are often highly protected with high security guard and surveillance equipment. While this is a known fact, you can always consult a security guard company in Klang to know more ways through you could protect a bank you work in or any venue that handles a lot of cash on daily basis. Surveillance cameras, metal detectors and multiple guards are must haves in these locations. Retail Chains/ Supermarket Most supermarkets are often crowded especially during the weekends and it leads to a lot of cash being transacted on the same day. The illegally minded individuals could attack these venues either to steal the cash or in many cases, the goods stored within that could help yield more money. You can consider using cameras in almost every corner of the store, especially big ones to avoid any such intrusions as losing their identity is not something criminals would prefer to happen. Digital Product Development Offices Companies do different kinds of jobs right from data entry to programming and hardware development....
Proactive Approach in Reducing Crime in Our Neighborhood

Proactive Approach in Reducing Crime in Our Neighborhood

With the reality of the crime rate index is still much subjected to debates, VISI L.A Security Force director, Mr Shanker Raj Ayanger has taken a proactive approach in addressing the issue by channeling it to the attention of our newly appointed IGP, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar recently. Mr Shanker Raj Ayanger with his delegation held a close door meeting with the IGP on July the 2nd at the Police Headquarters, Bukit Aman. During this exclusive meeting with the IGP, a memorandum was sent in addressing the issue of increase in the crime rate as well proposals to counter and reducing crime rate situation through NKRA. Among others, Mr Shanker Raj through the memorandum to the IGP proposed for a customized rehabilitation program for ex-convict and criminals through introduction of skill based modular in and off the prison walls. In collaboration with the Kementerian Sumber Manusia, he has proposed that the Prison system to look into the possibility of reviewing its current rehab programs to cater for effective improvements. The proposal also include a job placement scheme for the rather ‘lost’ and ‘out of direction’ ex-jailbirds. One of the issues brought forward to the attention of the IGP is the lack of Indian representation at higher ranking portfolios within the PDRM. Through an increase number of Indian high rank police personal, Mr Shanker Raj believes that it will serve the direction of PDRM right through high profile policing as a whole. Monitoring of activities after release from incarceration was another agenda discussed in this hour long meeting with the IGP. Shanker Raj proposed that the released convict’s activities...
Gurkha Guards – The Choice Above The Rest

Gurkha Guards – The Choice Above The Rest

The History “If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gurkha” –Indian Army, Field Marshall, Sam Manekshaw. The Nepalese Army or better known as the Gurkhas has been a trademark of excellence for their loyalty and supreme reliability as guardians and protectors all around the world. Their ranks of supremacy stays on par with likes of the African Masai, the Irish Vikings and the mighty Romans in the history of mankind. The Gurkhas are much associated with the spirit of “khukuri”, a forward -curving Nepalese knife as their ethical emblem of service and defense. Their war cry was and is to this very day: Jaya Mahakali, Ayo Gorkhali (Glory to Great Kali, Gorkhas approach) The Gurkhas have achieved feats of victory and success under various banners of army regiments around the world especially within the Bristish Army Gurkhas, the Indian Army Gurkhas, the Nepalese Army Gurhkas and the regionally known Singapore and Brunei Gurkha contingents. Ethnically, Chhetris and Thakuris were the real Gurkhas who then raise the military of Chhetris, Thakuris, Magars and Gurungs to unite Nepal against the British invasions. But these days Gurkhas mostly belong to the Chhetri, Magar, Rai, Limbu, Gurung and Tamang. All Gurkhas, regardless of ethnic origin, speak Nepali in addition to their group language, also known as Khas Kura or Khas Bhasa, an Nepal’s national language. The Nepalese & Gurkhas – Malaysian Overview After the Federation Of Malaya became independent from the United Kingdom in August 1957, many Gurkhas became soldiers in the Malayan Armed Forces, especially in the Royal Ranger Regiment. Others became security...