Royal Guard jurisdiction announced

Royal Guard jurisdiction announced

The Royal Thai Police has published in the <i>Royal Gazette</i> an announcement regarding the structure and jurisdiction of the new Police Royal Guards 904 Division.

The Police Royal Guards 904 Division is headed by Pol Maj Gen Torsak Sukvimol and the unit is attached to the Central Investigation Bureau. Based on the announcement, the Police Royal Guards 904 Division will oversee nine sub-divisions with specific jurisdictions.

Sub-division 1 has jurisdiction in most areas of Bangkok while the sub-division 2 oversees parts of Bangkok and the areas under supervision of the Provincial Police Region 1 and 2.

Sub-division 3 has jurisdiction in the areas under the Provincial Police Region 3 and 4. Sub-division 4 oversees the areas under the Provincial Police Region 5 and 6.

Sub-division 5 takes charge of the areas under the Provincial Police Region 7 and 8, while sub-division 6 is put in charge of the areas under the Provincial Police Region 9.

The seventh sub-division is responsible for police special equipment. The eighth division is in charge of special operations, and the last division oversees nationwide patrols.

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