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Retiring police officers to leave over 6,000 posts vacant

By Jessada Chantharak
The Nation

 

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The Royal Thai Police (RTP) revealed on August 16 that many senior positions in the police bureau will be vacant as 6,293 officers will be retiring from the force on September 30.

 

 

Among those retiring are the three deputy National Police commissioners, namely Pol General Chalermkiat Srivorakan, Pol General Rungroj Saengkram and Pol General Srivara Ransibrahmanakul, as well as RTP deputy inspector general Pol Lt-General Tawitchai Palasak. 

 

Also retiring are 13 police commissioners, including Provincial Police Region 2 Commissioner Pol Lt-General Jitti Rodbangyang, Tourist Police chief Pol Lt-General Thirapol Kuptanon, Office of Forensic Science chief Pol Lt-General Panomporn Itthiprasert and Metropolitan Police Bureau chief Pol Lt-General Sutthipong Wongpin. 

 

In addition, 34 deputy commissioners and 47 police commanders will also be retiring on September 30.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30374893

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2019-08-17

 

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Hmmmm seems to me that there was an article this week in which was stated that promotions should go by seniority. Now it makes sense, but it would have been nice to have those two articles combined into one...

 

Just a thought

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Looks like there will be a Pol-Gen fest at the trough 🤔  

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If RTP had got their act together, they would have already filled the vacancies! I find it inconceivable that "Retiring police officers to leave over 6000 posts vacant"! Surely they knew well in advance that there wold be 6,000 retirements!


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