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'Superpimp'-turned-whistleblower won't give up fight
News, Dave Kendall, Published on 29/05/2023
» The memorandum of understanding signed on May 22 by the eight parties hoping to form a governing coalition sets forth an ambitious reform agenda, including "push for reform of the bureaucracy, police, armed forces and justice system" and to "promote a culture of transparency to tackle corruption".
Doctors urge parties to keep vape ban
Post Reporters, Published on 01/04/2023
» Anti-smoking activists are urging political parties and their candidates to speak out against the use of e-cigarettes as they campaign for the May 14 general election.
Cops booked for extorting Taiwan star
News, Post Reporters, Published on 01/04/2023
» Six policemen at Huai Khwang station who have been charged with taking bribes in connection with the alleged extortion of a Taiwanese actress and her friends were indicted by the prosecutor yesterday, said Kosolwat Inthujanyong, a deputy spokesman for the Office of the Attorney-General (OAG).
E-cigarette bust yields items worth B80m
Wassayos Ngamkham, Published on 11/03/2023
» Police have arrested three suspects and seized e-cigarettes and related items worth over 80 million baht during raids in Nakhon Pathom and Bangkok.
Where have all the good cops gone?
News, Published on 20/02/2023
» In wake of the various scandals over the past several months, implicating policemen from non-commissioned officers up to generals for involvement in Chinese grey businesses, some people may wonder where the good cops have gone. Or are there good cops in the Thai police force that people can trust?
Whistleblowers expose police misconduct
Gary Boyle, Published on 13/02/2023
» Whistleblowers who recently exposed alleged police misconduct are being hailed by netizens for their bravery.
Whistleblowers expose misconduct
News, Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 13/02/2023
» Whistleblowers who recently exposed alleged police misconduct are being hailed by netizens for their courage, but have landed the police in hot water.
Power corrupts – with help from higher-ups
Life, Patcharawalai Sanyanusin, Published on 13/02/2023
» I don't know whether our tourism will be affected by recent coverage of Taiwanese actress Charlene An's police extortion case. It made big headlines in Thai media for weeks and was reported in many international media outlets as well.
Cops red-faced as scandals rock force
News, Published on 13/02/2023
» A series of recent scandals involving police officers' misconduct has dealt further blows to public confidence in the Royal Thai Police (RTP), and increased pressure for long overdue reform.
Police reform an unmitigated failure
Oped, Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 11/02/2023
» Bribery, extortion, graft, abuse of power, a hand in illegal businesses — you name it, these are just a few of the sins committed by numerous bad cops. And quite a few of the offenders rank in the upper echelons of the police force, which is stripping public confidence and trust in the Royal Thai Police (RTP).
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