Top police ranks affected by reshuffle of 194 officers

national December 14, 2017 10:12

By The Nation

His Majesty the King has issued a command to endorse the transfers of 194 police officers, including the new chiefs of the metropolitan, immigration and tourist bureaus.



The Royal Gazette website published the reshuffle list of 194 officers including:

Pol General Wirachai Songmetta, an adviser to the Royal Thai Police, became deputy police commissioner-general.

Pol General Suchart Thirasawat, an adviser to the Royal Thai Police, became the police inspector-general.

Pol Lt-General Natthatorn Proahsunthorn, Immigration Bureau commissioner, became assistant police commissioner-general.

Pol Lt-General Charnthep Sesawej, Provincial Police Bureau commissioner, became Metropolitan Police commissioner.

Pol Lt-General Sutthipong Wongpin, Provincial Police Bureau 7 commissioner, became Immigration Police Bureau commissioner.

Pol Lt-General Suwat Chaengyodsuk, Special Branch Police Bureau commissioner, became Provincial Police Bureau commissioner.

Pol Lt-General Damrongsak Kittiprapat, Police's Office of Information and Communication Technology commissioner, became Provincial Police Bureau 3 commissioner.

Pol Lt-General Kittipong Ngaomook, Office of Police Forensic Science commissioner, became Provincial Police Bureau 7 commissioner.�

Pol Lt-General Sorasak Yenprem, Police's Office of Budget and Finance commissioner, became Provincial Police Bureau 8 commissioner.

Pol Lt-General Ronnasilp Phusara, an officer attached to the Royal Thai Police, became Provincial Police Bureau 9 commissioner.

Pol Lt-General Sakhon Thongmunee, Provincial Police Bureau 9 commissioner, became Tourist Police Bureau commissioner.

Pol Maj-General Surachet Hakpal, Patrol and Special Operation Division commander, became Tourist Police Bureau deputy commissioner.

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