Wuthi Liptapanlop

Immigration officials prepare for AEC

Wednesday, 01 April 2015 15:43
Pattaya-area police and immigration officials reviewed priorities for law enforcement under the ASEAN Economic Community at a meeting in Jomtien Beach.
National Royal Thai Police officials expressed satisfaction with efforts by the Chonburi Immigration Office in weeding out foreign criminal elements in Pattaya.
Top Royal Thai Police commanders formally issued orders to Pattaya-area cops to provide security for New Year’s Eve. Advisor Gen. Wuthi Liptapanlop and Assistant Commissioner Lt. Gen. Jaktip Chaijinda joined Region 2 Police Commander Lt. Gen. Kawee Suphanan, Banglamung District Chief Sakchai Taengho and Deputy Mayor...
Deputy Prime Minister Yukol Limamthong joined city officials and police in a snap inspection of Koh Larn marine operators aimed at ending Pattaya’s string of deadly boat accidents.
Area police are again touting results of a limited, one-month crackdown on Pattaya-area crime, saying more than 1,000 suspects were arrested in the first 24 days of August.
PHUKET, Aug 22 – Thailand's Department of Special Investigation (DSI) has announced it will act against criminal syndicates operating illegal taxi businesses in this tourist-oriented southern resort province and arrest members of the first racket within a month.
After finding the majority of Pattaya’s tourist-centric businesses are either operating illegally or offering uncertified products, national government and police officials have opened a consumer protection office inside city hall.
Top police commanders reassured Russian, Chinese and Indian diplomats that a high-season crackdown is reducing crimes against tourists in Pattaya. Royal Thai Police advisor Gen Wuthi Liptapanlop, Regional 2 commander Lt. Col. Vinai Thongsong and Chonburi station head Maj. Gen. Khatcha Thatsart, met with foreign-embassy representatives...
Police and consumer-protection officials are calling for swift remedial action after finding a majority Pattaya retail, hotel and vehicle-rental companies are selling uncertified products or lack licenses altogether.