Mae Jo Police Officer Moved to Nan Because of Bad Manners

PUBLISHED ON MON, JUL 31, 2017 5:39 PM

Mae Jo Police Officer Moved to Nan Because of Bad Manners

by CityNews

 

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CityNews – The Deputy Inspector of Mae Jo police station has been relocated to Nan due to bad manners and the use if inappropriate language after an undercover student operation reported his bad behaviour.

 

In a bid to improve service quality of the Royal Thai Police, the Provincial Police Region 5 sent college students to report on the quality of service and the attitudes of police officers after reporting minor crimes at around 10 stations across the north of Thailand.

 

Full Story: http://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/news/mae-jo-police-officer-moved-to-nan-because-of-bad-manners/

 
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