NCPO to continue supporting enforcement of laws


BANGKOK, 09 June 2015 – The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has told its subordinate agencies to continue to maintain orderliness by supporting enforcement of laws and paying attention to the plights of members of the public.

Colonel Sirichan Ngathong, deputy spokesperson of the NCPO, revealed that the agency’s weekly meeting went over a report of peace and order maintaining efforts over the past week. The report indicated that peace and order maintaining forces – teams of military personnel assigned the task of maintaining order – continued to support law enforcement work by police officers and other authorities. The peace and order maintaining forces also visited residents in various localities, in order to reinforce security at the village level.

As for efforts to foster reconciliation, the NCPO continued to hold activities to seek input from all sectors, especially that on country reform.

The deputy spokesperson also reiterated that all NCPO units were to work in accordance with the policy of the NCPO chief, namely the maintaining of internal security, the enforcement of law, the driving of various works, the implementation of country reform and the modification and update of certain laws