A woman chauffeur takes a breathalyzer test at the recently setup cops checkpoint on Thappraya Roadway.

Pattaya cops established a drunk-driving checkpoint on Thappraya Roadway, among numerous to come under an instruction from the Royal Thai Cops Workplace.

Cops primary Pol. Col Thanapong Photi was on website at the 1 a.m. Feb. 17 checkpoint at the Thappraya T-junction on Pratamnak Hill as traffic cops practiced circumstances and guaranteed the checkpoint satisfied all legal requirements.

Traffic inspector Pol. Lt. Col. Arut Sapanon stated the checkpoint was established upon orders from the RTP Workplace, which has actually required routine checkpoints to look for intoxicated chauffeurs, weapons and drugs. Drunk driving arrests were made Feb. 17, however cops didn’t state the number of.

Thanapong stated all checkpoints should be authorized by him which all officers stationed there should use body video cameras with video and images conserved for 20 days.

He ran a practice drill in which youths with camera bothered officers and others asked typical concerns such as if the checkpoint was legal and can individuals utilize their phone video cameras to tape-record the stops.

Cops established the very first of numerous checkpoints at Thappraya T-junction on Pratamnak Hill to look for intoxicated chauffeurs, weapons and drugs.

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