Tourist Police commander tours Walking Street

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Stressing the need to rid Pattaya of foreign criminals, top Thailand Tourist Police commander Maj. Gen. Adis Ngamchitsuksri toured Walking Street and got updates on local efforts to promote safety and prevent terrorist attacks.

Pattaya Tourist Police commander Lt. Col. Arun Promphan led the July 19 tour for Pol. Gen. Adis and the two chatted with tourists in an effort to improve relations with the public. He was briefed on safety initiatives and anti-terror training for officers and said cooperation with the Pattaya Police Station and increased use of technology can help rid the city of overseas organized crime elements and fugitives.

Steve Graham (right) MD of Securitas (Thailand) presents the two Honda motorbikes to Pol. Maj. Gen. Adis Ngamchitsuksri. Witnessing the handover are (l-r) Pol. Col Krit Warit, Superintendant of Sub Division 2, Pol. Col. Supapone Arunsit, Deputy Commander, Tourist Police Division and Sukarat ‘Chub’ Kalra, president of the Pattaya Volunteer Tourist Police. Steve Graham (right) MD of Securitas (Thailand) presents the two Honda motorbikes to Pol. Maj. Gen. Adis Ngamchitsuksri. Witnessing the handover are (l-r) Pol. Col Krit Warit, Superintendant of Sub Division 2, Pol. Col. Supapone Arunsit, Deputy Commander, Tourist Police Division and Sukarat ‘Chub’ Kalra, president of the Pattaya Volunteer Tourist Police.

At the end of the inspection tour, Steve Graham, managing director of Securitas (Thailand) presented two Honda PCX 125 cc motorbikes to Pol. Maj. Gen Adis. Steve spoke to the Pattaya Mail saying, “Securitas is a renowned security company, providing security services to homes and businesses large and small in 45 countries around the world. In Thailand we work very closely with the law enforcement authorities. It is our culture and our commitment to support the local police in their duties to protect the public. I am confident that our donation of the two motorbikes will enhance their capacity to perform their duties more effectively for the benefit of all concerned.”