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8 policemen dismissed after allegedly demanding Bt40,000 from woman

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  They need to fire everybody in that police station they’re all corrupt TIT

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16 hours ago, webfact said:

Provincial chief police Tianchai Kama-Paso today (June 2) ordered all eight policemen who appeared in the video – a lieutenant-colonel, a captain, three lieutenants, a sub-lieutenant and two senior sergeants major – to be dismissed.

 

The policemen were transferred to Phetchaburi’s police operations centre and will be investigated for prosecution.

And there's the problem! Dismissed, and yet still have a job. LOL.

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No one wants to know why she was refusing a drug test ?

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Ruining the good name of the Thai police.....again.

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17 hours ago, colinneil said:

Heavens above.... What ever next policemen demanding money.... Shocking absolutely shocking.:cheesy:

If they sacked every policeman here who demanded money, there would be nobody left to police the country.

And that would be a bad thing?

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17 hours ago, Phuketshrew said:

So they weren't dismissed then?

The article states “ to be dismissed” I understand with government employees here there is a process to be followed even if a criminal offence has been committed.

 

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32 minutes ago, thequietman said:

And there's the problem! Dismissed, and yet still have a job. LOL.

I don’t know which country you are from but in Australia and I know in some other Western countries even if a person has allegedly committed a criminal offence a process has to be followed before their employment can be terminated.

Its referred to as procedural fairness or natural justice often the employee is suspended while this takes place, suspect that’s what’s happening here.

Certainly applies to the police and most government employees in my country.

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Its all a misunderstanding with the woman now praising the police for their co-operation during said unfortunate misunderstanding.  Smiling photos to follow.

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49 minutes ago, Nip said:

Probably transferred from the extortion department to road traffic bribery section.

They have to be out there earning, thats how organised crime works.

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17 hours ago, webfact said:

The policemen were transferred to Phetchaburi’s police operations centre and will be investigated for prosecution.

Is this where the inactive post is??............LOL

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20 minutes ago, thequietman said:

It was recorded on camera, so no doubts in this situation. In Australia, that would be regarded as gross misconduct, and the employee would be dismissed on the spot.

Not so here. 🙂

Nope. There is actually no such thing as instant dismissal, you are always suspended pending investigation. if it is then agreed you are guilty after viewing the evidence and you having your say then you can be dismissed for gross misconduct. In this case the policeman have actually committed a crime so they absolutely should be up for dismissal and more importantly criminal charges, but everything still has to follow a fair and just process.

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A lot of police have to buy their positions knowing they will be able recoup it and then some by getting money from their customers.

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