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ESSCom senior official retires

The sending off tradition for Wan Shazali at the Lahad Datu Marine Police base.

12th September, 2018

LAHAD DATU: A parade was held at the Lahad Datu Marine Police Base in conjunction with the retirement of ESScom Deputy Head of Staff (Sea Operations Enforcement) ACP Wan Shazali Wan Abd Rahman last Friday.

Sarawak-born Wan Shazali was a teacher prior to joining the Royal Malaysian Police where he served in wide spectrum of posts with the marine police in Sandakan and Kuching, including commanding officer of patrol boats, Sandakan District Crime Officer (DCO), State Marine Police Headquarters during his career.

He had twice served in United Nations Peacekeeping Missions in the Balkan States, Europe and was the deputy commander of the Sabah Marine Police before his posting to ESScom on 1 April 2013.

Present at the farewell parade were ESScom Deputy Head of Special Investigations and Technical ACP Victor Santos and Deputy Head of Staff Special Forces ACP Mohamad Abdul Halim and other senior marine police officers from Region Four (Sabah).

The sending off tradition saw Wan Shazali leaving the compound of the Lahad Datu Marine Police Base in a special ESScom vehicle with senior marine police officers pulling the rope tied to the front, at the end of the ceremony. –By James Leong

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