7-Eleven Joins in Fighting Crimes on Foreign Tourists

 7-Eleven Joins in Fighting Crimes on Foreign Tourists

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The Royal Thai Police have joined hands with 7-Eleven to roll out a program in which tourists can report emergency incidents to Police via participating 7-Eleven branches in popular tourist areas.

National Police Chief, General Wichien Pojphosri; Permanent Secretary for the Tourism and Sports Ministry, Sombat Kuruphan; and Managing Director of CP All, operator of 7-11 convenience store chains in Thailand, Piyawat Thitasatthaworakul signed an agreement to launch a program that will allow tourists to file complaints or report incidents at participating 7-Eleven stores.

The program will first be piloted at twelve 7-Eleven branches in the coastal city of Pattaya in Chonburi province before being expanded to other foreign tourist attractions across the nation.

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