Opinion: Making Patong safer for locals and tourists

The project was carried out by Mr. Col Chawat. Col Chaiwat has been working as a policeman for more than 27 years. The project involves the installation of cameras and CCTV within a 16 square kilometer area, which encompasses more than 300 hotels and resorts, as well as more than 500 nightlife venues. The project will help increase the safety of tourists and economic development for Thailand and hopefully decrease crime and improve the traffic situation.

Key Points:

  • This project benefits everyone. The private sector only has to spend a small amount of money, but it brings long-term benefits for everyone. It will also make tourists and locals feel more secure.
  • However, there are still many others, such as 100 per cent helmet use, traffic control, encouraging negotiations rather than sending an issue to court, and regular checks on hotels and nightlife venues, among others.

“We will make daily calls to check with locals in the area about any suspicious activities they have witnessed.”

Opinion: Making Patong safer for locals and tourists

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