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Pattaya must stay one step ahead of terrorists, says council president

 

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Picture: Sophon Cable TV

 

The President of Pattaya City Council has told the media that the resort must stay one step ahead of terrorists. 

 

To do this officials must start by ensuring that CCTV cameras are working. 

 

Anan Angkhanawisan told a high level meeting at City Hall that bad people such as terrorists are getting ever more devious and Pattaya must stay ahead of them to ensure the safety of tourists in the resort. 

 

He was particularly referring to the provision of CCTV cameras in Pattaya.

 

He said that costs would inevitably be high but that is what is expected a world class resort like Pattaya.

 

Collecting evidence in the case of criminal acts was very important, he told officials. 

 

Anan was speaking in the wake of the bombings in Bangkok and other outrages in Hua Hin (in 2016) reported Sophon Cable TV on Facebook. 

 

Firstly Anan ordered that all those involved check that the cameras are actually working. 

 

Then they must check that existing cameras are pointing in the right direction and are in appropriate areas. 

 

Reports must be made on these matters as a matter or urgency. 

 

He also suggested that experts on CCTV were needed to increase the cameras' efficiency. 

 

He stressed that budgets for security in terms of cameras should be reviewed for the 2020 financial year. 

 

Source: Sophon Cable TV

 

 

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12 minutes ago, PatOngo said:

Yes, it's high time they removed the light fingered ladyboys from the world class resort!

Ew, have a heart and a pity on those less fortunate than us, live and let live, those LB only add color and excitement to being a tourist in Pattaya,  (don't why i said that buy i did)...

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27 minutes ago, webfact said:

Firstly Anan ordered that all those involved check that the cameras are actually working. 

Then they must check that existing cameras are pointing in the right direction and are in appropriate areas.

Otherwise known in the real world as regular maintenance - an alien concept here I know.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

Firstly Anan ordered that all those involved check that the cameras are actually working. 

 

Then they must check that existing cameras are pointing in the right direction and are in appropriate areas. 

What about making sure someone is actually watching them?

CCTV usually only records crimes unless you have a hyper efficient security organization with trained personnel watching for suspicious behavior; even then they need a fantastic computer assisted programme to use digital video analytics to help spot potential problems.

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Just who are the terrorists referred to? Most foreigners will consider that they are the uniformed officials - police and immigration in the main -  who harass them from the moment they set foot in the country, IMPOSING vague, outdated and badly written laws which are interpreted by them as they wish and with impunity so that they can punish, extort and humiliate all that they can for their own benefit. There will be those sycophants who will disagree, but just look at all the comments in the media and consider what people are saying around the world about Thailand. The tourist business was not started or built up by these officials. It developed because Thailand had something to offer that tourists and retirees wanted. When it became established and seen to be a source of money for the parasitic leeches in uniform they stepped in and have now successfully destroyed the tourist and retirement businesses. There is much more to come, they will not stop here, in fact they can't. The bureaucracy has expanded to such a level and they all want more and more, without actually creating anything but problems. It is not just the Thai baht's 'value' that is killing the golden goose, it is organizations like the T.A.T., Police and the Gestapo Immigration which are to blame. Just look at the way they treat people who have committed any breach of their rules - Incarceration in the horrific I.D.C., Deportation, Banning for lengthy periods, and all the time ripping them off while they are held (possibly for a long time). THEY are the terrorists.

There is no way they can now recover the situation. Too many people are talking and acting. They will not fall for Thai lies any more. In the end it will, as usual, be the good Thai people who will lose out so that the privileged few and their uniformed slaves, together with their Mafia-like accomplices can enrich themselves.

 

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>Anan Angkhanawisan told a high level meeting at City Hall that bad people such as terrorists are getting ever more devious and Pattaya must stay ahead of them to ensure the safety of tourists in the resort. <

 

"bad people such as terrorists and local coppers"

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Besides the terrorists, Pattaya should stay ne step ahead of all the garbage in the streets and sois.

  Good luck with that as every year I see a lack of good garbage pick up.

Geezer

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Wow Wooden Horse!  Post 10.  A newbie with only three posts has correctly divined the root cause of Pattaya's malaise and its wider implications for Thailand.

Judging by the emptiness all about, I would have thought the police would have welcomed the terrorists as more victims to the traffic stick-ups.

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On 8/6/2019 at 11:50 AM, webfact said:

CCTV cameras in Pattaya.

Meanwhile a Thai woman is robbed; a Swede has his gold snatched; 40% of CCTV allegedly do not work and 100% of Pattaya taxi drivers break the law of the land every day.  But RTP will sort it.

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