The Hua Hin Police Station establishes a network of local residents to combat crime


On December 15, 2022, Maj. Gen. Wanchai Thanatham, Chief of Police, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, presided over the opening of the project to create a network of public participation in crime prevention at the sub-district level for the fiscal year 2023 of the Hua Hin Police Station. The event took place at the Pokklao meeting room of the Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin Wang Klai Kangwon Campus in Hua Hin.  

According to Maj. Gen. Wanchai Thanatham, the Royal Thai Police has grasped the significance of fostering public participation in police matters.  It is defined in the government administration’s policy on crime prevention and suppression, as well as the national strategy’s master plan. During the first five years, critical development concerns arose; consequently, the project was founded. To solicit participation from all sectors in addressing the region’s crime issues. This will result in more efficient police station operations. As a network for monitoring and crime prevention, it also generates a body of knowledge that locals may contribute to and support. They are knowledgeable and capable of protecting themselves from local criminality. This will result in greater safety for people’s lives and property in every subdistrict.

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