Military dispatches 1,143 personnel to sweep crime in Chonburi

Friday, 27 June 2014 From Issue Vol. XXII No. 26 By  CPRD

More than 1,100 police, military personnel and volunteers hit the streets in Chonburi to stamp out crime and ensure safety for tourists.

 

Assistant Commissioner General Lt. Gen. Chaiyong Keeratikajorn dispatched the 1,143 officers June 18 in Chonburi for the June 18-24 crime sweep.

Assistant Commissioner General Lt. Gen. Chaiyong Keeratikajorn dispatches 1,143 officers for the June 18-24 crime sweep.Assistant Commissioner General Lt. Gen. Chaiyong Keeratikajorn dispatches 1,143 officers for the June 18-24 crime sweep.

Chaiyong said Chonburi is regarded as an important tourist town visited by many tourists both Thai and foreign. It also has attracted many criminals who target tourists.

Therefore, he said, the National Council for Peace and Order is moving to provide safety for the public and suppress crime in tourist areas.

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