The ministry of Justice continues to create safety measures for communities and society from those who have been acquitted of serious crimes.
Last month, the head of the Justice and Legal Affairs Group at the Office of 1ustice, Mr. Piyachat Haikong, revealed the initiative of supervising serious offenders by driving the actions of the 1oint Special Operations Command, (1SOC). The plan is to track inmates who are about to be released from prison who were convicted of seven types of serious crime! Rape or murder of a child, psychotic murder, serial murder, robbery and murder, mass murder, and major drug dealing cases.
The aim is to prevent those who have been detained from returning to commit the same crime again by bringing in the public sector, such as probation volunteers and volunteers in the areas involved, to take part in surveillance, this is considered an important factor to see these prisoners who have previously had terrible behaviour to return to normal life. In addition, the Department of Probation has also implemented probation measures for those who are on probation with electronic tracking devices, (EM), for behaviour monitoring. People can participate by giving information via the Department of Probation hotline 1111 press 78