Inspector General’s office inspects Chonburi Immigration Office

Friday, 20 June 2014 From Issue Vol. XXII No. 25 By  Boonlua Chatree

The head of Thailand’s Office of the Inspector General reviewed officers at the Chonburi Immigration Office, urging them to protect the monarchy, care for subordinates and tackle the nation’s drug problem.

Superintendent Col. Chaiyot Walukjulkiat welcomed Maj. Col. Angkul Pooncharoen to the Jomtien Beach office June 11. Angkul inspected the station and its personnel to see that they meet standards and guidelines to provide the highest quality services to people in the area.

Superintendent Col. Chaiyot Walukjulkiat welcomes Maj. Col. Angkul Pooncharoen to the Chonburi Immigration Office in Jomtien.Superintendent Col. Chaiyot Walukjulkiat welcomes Maj. Col. Angkul Pooncharoen to the Chonburi Immigration Office in Jomtien.

He said a priority of the office is to protect the monarchy from abuse and defamation and to ensure their maximum safety.

He also stressed the drug problem and crimes in tourist areas.

Angkul said every police chief must be able to take care of their subordinates and ensure their families aren’t involved with drugs. He also said Pattaya is a busy tourist town that may need more officers.

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