Pattaya Daily News

15 September 2010 :: 14:09:58 pm 38750

Banglamung Operations Inspected by National Officers

Banglamung Police Station played host to the Deputy National Police Inspector from Bangkok on Tuesday. The official visit encompassed the presentation of the new Commissioner-Generals policies to local authorities and addressed various complaints about their operations.
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Pattaya, the 14th of September 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 2:30pm on Tuesday, Lieutenant General Chatchai Potranun (Deputy Police Inspector) and his team from Bangkok, visited the Banglamung Police Station to officially present local authorities with incoming Police Commissioner-General Wichean Potephosree new policies and to address several complaints levelled at the district station.

Banglamung Superintendent Colonel Somnuk Changate, Deputy Superintendent Lieutenant Colonel Pramote Ngam-Pradit and high-ranking officers welcomed the Deputy Inspector to the station in accordance with Royal Thai Police protocols.

As part of his official visit to the region, Lt. Gen. Potranun inspected the stations procedures, overseeing numerous mobile patrol units, mock arrests and organised raids before conducting a brief assessment on several Banglamung inspectors. At the completion of the 1-hour readiness operation, the deputy national chief gave his district station a passing grade.

Also arranged for the visit was a discussion on how Banglamung could better manage their phone operations, which have constantly been derided by local residents. At the center of complaints was the station’s disregard in answering the phone or the overly long waiting times experienced by citizens in need.

Lt. Gen. Potranun expressed strongly the need for Colonel Changate and his counterparts to focus on fast phone-line response, strongly enforcing that calls answered by the station represent the first step in effective and efficient crime-fighting procedures. He implied that disregard of this area of their duties may promote resentment of the district authorities and the Royal Thai Police Force as a whole and significantly hamper future interactions with the public.

Reporter : Wirraphun   Photo : Wirraphun   Category : Community News

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