Bangkok shakes hands with police

Fire Tiger

3 Aug. 2022 5:18 a.m.





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One of the interesting aspects of the Royal Thai Police in cooperation with Bangkok

Pol Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk, the police chief, assigned Pol Lt Gen Surachet Hakpan, assistant police chief, to discuss ways to work with Chatchart Sitthi. The governor of Bangkok

The police chief wants the coordination between the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and the Royal Thai Police to be more intense.

Because the police have a role and duty to directly look after the safety of the people's brothers and sisters.

Helping Bangkok to succeed

Two interesting discussions were discussed. The first was the expansion of the use of the Traffy Fondue application “Traffy Fondue”.

More than 100,000 complaints filed through the application

There are more than 8,000 stories that people are involved in police duty.

Most of them are traffic problems and other incidents such as people shooting guns at the police station in the area.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration sent officials to immediately quell the incident.

In this section, there is a team of EDSA or Police 191 to follow and coordinate various police stations, allowing the police to quickly get information from the urgent reports of the Bangkok brothers and sisters.

Get help immediately

Lt. Gen. Surachet sees the benefits of the "

Traffy Fondue

" application, which will be expanded to more than 1,480 police stations nationwide with local authorities.

So that people can report the incident or request help at the police station in every area.

Putting technology systems to help make work faster and more efficient

Story 2 Smart Safety Zone "

Smart Safety Zone

", which the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has collaborated with the police since the former governor of Bangkok, Pol. Gen. Asawin Kwanmuang in the "

Smart Safety Zone 4.0

" project in 12 areas that It's a risky point.

densely populated

crowded with tourists

The focus in each area leads to the dedication of resources.

like sandboxing

Today, there are cameras that use artificial intelligence (AI) technology to analyze the identities of people at risk.

including safe crossing technology

along with bringing the community to join the crime surveillance volunteer line

enough to make the area

The “prototype area” can be expanded and continued in other areas.

What Pol Lt. Gen. Surachet, a representative of the police, discussed with Mr. Chatchart, Governor of Bangkok, was a good sign for the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and the Royal Thai Police.

Collaborate to use resources efficiently

It's a new dimension in the bureaucracy.

I believe that working hand in hand, the people of Bangkok can benefit greatly.