Relevant law enforcement officers inspected Tree Town and Soi Buakhao in Central Pattaya as part of a safety and a crime free campaign in the city.
More than 100 officers from Pattaya City, the Banglamung District Public Health Office, Pattaya Tourist Police, Immigration Office, and the Chonburi Provincial Public Health Office joined in the inspection last night (February 24th).
Additionally, U.S. military personnel accompanied the teams to survey safety measures in advance of an expected 6,000 US soldiers arriving for the Cobra Gold joint military exercises next week in the region.
Lieutenant Colonel Surachet Aneksri from the Pattaya City Police told the Pattaya News. “There are more than 100 entertainment venues in the Tree Town Market and in the Soi Buakhao area. To make sure of tourist’s safety and confidence, we have continued to conduct a crime free campaign (No minors-No drugs-No weapons-No human trafficking –Total safety) in entertainment venues.”
“We also inspected along Pattaya Beach and Jomtien Beach for tourists safety and to prevent fire crackers and fireworks on beaches,” Lieutenant Colonel Surachet added.
The original version of this article appeared on our sister website, The Pattaya News, owned by our parent company TPN media.
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