Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and Police Major General Suthisarn Pakdeesarunak, Commander of the Crime Suppression Division as they sweep the side of the road to prove their commitment of making Pattaya a better place to live.
The Crime Suppression Division of Region 2 recently established a ‘Police to Service the Community’ Campaign, also known as the ‘Community Policing’ Campaign, in hopes of enhancing safety and reducing crime in Pattaya.
Police Major General Suthisarn Pakdeesarunak, Commander of the Crime Suppression Division said, “We recognize the importance of improving the quality and service of our police officers. We want to maintain and create peace in order for the people in the community to live happily and feel safe in their neighborhood. Nowadays, many police would make an arrest and conduct a grand press conference to show off their work but this action doesn’t actually reduce crime. This is why we decided to establish the ‘Community Policing’ campaign which will require the cooperation of not only the police but also the people in the community in order to work together to overcome crime.
“The highlight of the ‘Community Policing’ campaign is that it is operating in another dimension-- from the grass-roots level upwards. It begins first with trust, which then leads to local residents confiding their problems to us; and at a later stage residents will cooperate with us and come up with possible solutions. The result we are seeking is a crime-free community and the resolution of the local people’s problems. This new approach will change the face of law enforcement agencies by focusing on the big picture of reducing crime, rather than simply arresting individual criminals” he concluded.
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