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DPM Chalerm and National Police Chief on night patrol at Khao...

BANGKOK, 30 May 2013 Deputy PM Chalerm Ubumrung has joined the National Police Chief and senior police officers in patrolling Bangkok in a bid...

PM Yingluck: “Ramkhamhaeng explosion, not related to Deep South insurgency”

BANGKOK, 27 May 2013  The prime minister has assured the public that the explosion in Bangkok on Sunday night has had nothing to do...

PM Yingluck’s discussion of Deep South unrest with security-related agencies

BANGKOK, 3 May 2013 The Prime Minister has again met with national security-related agencies to discuss the government’s handling of years-long violent insurgency in...

More than 800 wanted persons arrested by region 1 police over...

SAMUTPRAKAN, 30 April 2013 The Region 1 Provincial Police has been able to arrest as many as 800 people, who were charged with...

Tourism court mulled to facilitate foreign visitors to Thailand

BANGKOK, April 30 – The newly-appointed minister of tourism and sports has proposed  establishing a tourism court to speedily and exclusively cope with...

DPM Chalerm & Police chief announce Nakhon Sawan and Chiang Mai...

BANGKOK, 23 April 2013 Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung and National Police chief Adul Saengsingkaew have announced the arrests of two groups of...

Police target cutting number of accident during Songkran holiday

BANGKOK, April 10 -- The agencies under the Royal Thai Police have joined forces to cut the number of road accidents during Songkran...

National police chief awards Plutaluang police 300,000 baht to restart station...

Thailand’s national police chief gave suffering Plutaluang police officers a little relief, presenting them with 300,000 baht to complete the long-delayed construction of...

DPM Chalerm and police chief announce seizing of 600 million baht...

BANGKOK, 27 March 2013 12 hill tribesmen have been arrested by narcotics suppression police for trafficking 600 million baht worth of drugs in...

Royal Thai Police to adjust personnel deployment plan in restive Deep...

BANGKOK, 19 March 2013  The Royal Thai Police is preparing to review its personnel deployment policy in the country’s southern border region.  ...

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