New Police District Superintendent Welcomed To Hua Hin

Smart, Smile, Serve, Safe, Secure: The Tourist Police Division Hua Hin
Smart, Smile, Serve, Safe, Secure: The Tourist Police Division Hua Hin

The new Hua Hin Police District Superintendent, Police Colonel Sitthichai Srisophacharoenrathas has been welcomed to Hua Hin by private company and community organisation staff as well as officers of the Hua Hin Police Office.

After a Buddhist ceremony in front of the Hua Hin Police Office, the new District Superintendent was presented with flower bouquets from Mr Kanit Choksuchart, Ms Wassana Srikanchana, members of the Hua Hin/Cha-Am Tourism Association, the Hua Hin Woman’s Club and the Director of the Government Saving Bank of Hua Hin. He said that he was glad to take up this position in Hua Hin. The welcome has him proud and determined to perform his duties to the best of his ability. The Police Colonel Police described four major principles that police officers must keep in mind. To protect their Majesties and all Royal Family Members. To safeguard all Thai and foreign visitors.

To solve traffic problems in the city. To promote solidarity and unity amongst all police officers and to help local people. Additionally police officers need to work cooperatively with other public offices and local communities. The four principles will be formulated in detail so that the police officers can work effectively. The Police Colonel has met with police officers and discussed their workload in dealing with suppression, investigation and traffic issues and will be monitoring these duties closely. Police Colonel Sitthichai said that his office would always be open for anyone who would like to talk, discuss and share any ideas about how to improve Hua Hin. No one should be worried about visiting his office to talk to him directly.

A former Superintendent of Ban Phai District Police Station in Khon Kaen, Police Colonel Sitthichai replaces Police Colonel Chaiyakorn Srilahdecho who has been posted to work in Ban Nong Phlab. The incoming District Superintendent will work closely with Police Lieutenant Geneal Chanthep Sesawet, the Commissioner of Provincial Police Region Seven.