Pattaya Police Upgrades Thappraya Road Police Booth for 200,000 baht

PATTAYA:–The National Police Board approved the spending of 200,000 baht to upgrade the Thappraya police booth to increase efficiency and support patrol officers according to the Pattaya Police Department.


Pattaya’s police chief, Pol. Col. Apichai Krobpech and Pattaya Tourist Police Division’s commander, Pol. Lt. Col. Piyapong Ensarn cut the ribbon on the renovated booth at the Sor Tor Ro intersection on Pratamnak Hill this week.


Fixes were made to the roof, tiles, bathroom and landscaping. The booth helps tourists with routine information, and allows crime victims to make reports.


There will be three police officers on duty daily in 12 hour shifts. Moreover, the police officials stated the police booth will be a rest stop for patrol police and crime-suppression officers and as part of the renovation includes a comfortable area and break room for the busy Pattaya Officers.

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