You asked: How many police are there in Thailand?

Thailand’s police forces number about 230,000 officers.

How many police ranks in Thailand?

Commissioned Police Officers hold ranks ranging from Police General down to Police Sub-Lieutenant, whereas Non-Commissioned Police officers are ranked from Police Senior Sergeant Major down to Police Constable. The Director-General of Police holds the rank of Police General.

How much do Thai police get paid?

A person working as a Police Officer in Thailand typically earns around 60,400 THB per month. Salaries range from 27,800 THB (lowest) to 96,000 THB (highest). This is the average monthly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits.

How do I become a police officer in Thailand?

Must be at least 18 years of age. Must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Must pass a thorough criminal background check, the extent to be determined by the Phuket Tourist Police Department. Must have near fluency in the Thai language and/or any other language.

How high is a sergeant rank in police?

Sergeant: Three chevrons, a police officer who supervises an entire watch shift in smaller departments and areas of a precinct and individual detective squads in larger departments.

How dangerous is Thailand?

In general, Thailand is a safe country for travelers

In fact, Thailand is rated as the least dangerous country in Southeast Asia for travelers. There is a history of social unrest and violent conflicts in parts of the country, but crimes in tourist areas are rare.

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Can you chew gum in Thailand?

3) It’s a punishable offence to throw (used) chewing gum on the pavement. I wouldn’t really class this one as silly – unusual, perhaps, but not an out-and-out silly one of the laws in Thailand. Plus, it’s one that’s definitely worth bearing in mind because there’s a pretty hefty fine if you get caught (nearly £400).

Can you carry a gun in Thailand?

Thailand has had a gun ownership law since 1947. The Act Concerning Firearms, Ammunition, and Explosives allows people to obtain gun licenses for the purposes of self-defense, protection of property, sports or hunting. The law was amended in 2017 to limit gun ownership to Thai citizens only.

Do Thai tourist police get paid?

The Tourist Police Volunteers are foreign unpaid assistants to the main Tourist Police, who are full time paid Thais.

Everyone has metal objects in their bags, laptops, keys, literally anything. It is not illegal to carry a knife in any public areas.

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